NPM Affiliate Courses
NPM does not offer its own courses; rather, below is an aggregate list of courses throughout the University of Michigan that focus on nonprofit management and social entrepreneurship. If you have any course suggestions or additions, please submit them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The courses are listed in the following categories, and courses being offered in the upcoming term are highlighted with a link to their course description.
For a complete course listing of our partner schools , visit Ross School of Business
, Ford School of Public Policy
and School of Social Work
. Many courses that are not listed here offer portions of their curriculum to topics related to NPM.
Nonprofit Management & Leadership - General
- Leadership in the Nonprofit Sector - SW 300-001
Nonprofit Management & Leadership - Topical
- Washington Campus: Business and the Public Policy Process - ROSS LHC 688 - Spring '13
- Organization and Management of Health Advocacy and Community-Based Non-profits - HMP 604 - Winter '14
- Performing Arts Management - THTREMUS 385 - Winter '13, Fall '13
- Practicum in Performing Arts Management - THTREMUS 386 - Winter '13
Advocacy & Social Change
Nonprofit Law & Public Policy
- Legal Issues in the Arts - THTREMUS 438 - Winter '13
Nonprofit Finance, Fundraising & Development
- Fundraising and the Arts - THTREMUS 436 -
- Business Strategies for the Base of the Pyramid - ROSS BA 612 - Fall '13
- Solving Societal Problems Through Enterprise and Innovation - ROSS STRATEGY/ES 646 - Fall '13
- Introduction to Microfinance - ROSS ES 644 - Fall '13
- CleanTech Venture Opportunities - ROSS ES 520 - Fall '13
- Social Venture Fund - ROSS ES 703 - Winter '13, Winter '14
- Base of the Pyramid: Business Innovation for Solving Society's Problems - ROSS STRATEGY/ES 445 - Fall '13
- Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship: Design for Change - ENGR 390.002
- Introduction to Microfinance - ROSS ES 444 - Fall '13
- Social Venture Creation - ENGR 490.009
Professional Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility
For a campus-wide listing of sustainability course offerings, please visit the Graham Institute course listing.
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