Nonprofit Leadership Emphasis

INTEGRATIVE LEADERSHIP STUDIES Major

Supporting Courses12-13
Integrative Leadership Seminar I
Writing Course
English Composition II: Composition and Rhetoric
Communication Skills
Theories of the Interview
Fundamentals of Public Address
Mathematics (choose one course):
Business Statistics
Social Science Statistics
ADVANCED ALGEBRA (or more advanced math level or placement per WMPT exam)
Introductory Statistics
Upper-Level Courses24
Critical Thinking (choose one course):
History of Economic Thought
The Development of Creative and Critical Thinking
Ethical Theory
Plato and Aristotle
Humanities (choose 6 credits):
Indigenous Nations Oral and Storytelling Traditions
Wisconsin First Nations Ethnohistory
Or choose from 300- or 400-level courses in the following subjects: English, History, Humanistic Studies, Philosophy
Natural or Biological Sciences (choose 6 credits from one subject or multiple subjects):
Choose 300 or 400-level Natural Science courses in the following subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Human Biology, Geoscience, Nutritional Sciences or Physics
Social Science (choose 6 credits):
Choose a 300- or 400-level courses in the following subjects: Anthropology, Community Sciences, Economics, Geography, Human Development, Political Science, Psychology, Public and Environmental Affairs, Democracy and Justice Studies, Sociology and Urban and Regional Studies
Capstone Required Course:
Capstone: Synthesis and Assessment of Learning
Nonprofit Leadership Emphasis24
Supporting Courses
Introduction to Public Administration
Choose one of the following courses:
Global Politics and Society
American Government and Politics
Introduction to Public Policy
Upper-level Courses
Public and Non-Profit Management
Public and Nonprofit Budgeting
Fundraising and Marketing for Nonprofits
Public and Nonprofit Program Evaluation
Choose two of the following courses:
Leadership in Organizations
Strategic Philanthropy: Civic Engagement Through Giving
Seminar in Ethics and Public Action
Planning Theory and Methods
Cost Benefit Analysis
Total Credits60-61