Curriculum Map - Nonprofit Management

 

All courses are three credits, unless otherwise noted.

Degree Requirements (36 credits)

  • Required Core (33 credits)
  • Capstone (3 credits)
Required Core (33 credits)
  • MGT 510: Fundamentals of Human Resources
  • MGT 512: Professional Writing and Communication
  • MGT 542: Financial Management of Nonprofit Organizations
  • MGT 543: Marketing the Nonprofit
  • MGT 544: Fundraising
  • MGT 545: Strategic Planning in the Nonprofit Organization
  • MGT 553: Using Technology to Build Community and Grow Your Organization
  • MGT 572:  Organizational Behavior
  • MGT 574: Theory and Future of Nonprofits
  • MGT 575: Project and Program Management
  • MGT 578: Nonprofit Law
Capstone (3 credits)
  • MGT 600: Capstone/Applied Research Project
Additional Requirements for Midcareer Fellowship Students (9 credits)
  • JST 504: The Jewish Family: Institutions and Transition
  • JST 601: New Directions in the American Jewish Community
  • Additional Jewish Studies Elective

Degree Requirements (36 credits)

  • Required Core (24 credits)
  • Electives (12 credits)
  • Hebrew Language Proficiency
Required Core (24 credits)
  • MGT 510: Fundamentals of Human Resources 
  • MGT 542: Financial Management of Nonprofit Organizations
  • MGT 572:  Organizational Behavior 
  • JED 510: Fundamentals and Orientations in Jewish Education 
  • JED 522: Supervision in Jewish Education  
  • EDU 516: Principles in Instructional Design
  • EDU 518: Legal & Ethical Issues in the 21st Century Classroom*
  • EDU 522: Effective Learning Assessment 
Electives (12 credits)
  • Jewish Education or Jewish Studies Electives (2)
  • Nonprofit Management Electives (2)
Hebrew Language Proficiency

Students must achieve a competence level of Hebrew III by the time they complete the degree program. In order to meet this requirement, they may take Hebrew at Gratz College, transfer credits from an approved program, or place out by testing.

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The study of nonprofit management is essential training for Jewish communal professionals to be able to do their work with expertise and efficiency. Our instructors bring their invaluable knowledge of the organized Jewish community into the classroom.

All courses are three credits, unless otherwise noted.

Certificate Requirements (18 credits)

  • Required Core (3 credits)
  • Electives (15 credits)
Required Core (3 credits)
  • JST 601: New Directions in the American Jewish Community
Electives (15 credits)
  • Jewish Studies Electives (1-2)
  • Nonprofit Management Electives (3-4)
    Choose from the following:
    • MGT 510: Fundamentals of Human Resources
    • MGT 512: Professional Writing and Communication
    • MGT 542: Financial Management of Nonprofit Organizations
    • MGT 543: Marketing the Nonprofit
    • MGT 544: Fundraising
    • MGT 545: Strategic Planning in the Nonprofit Organization
    • MGT 553: Using Technology to Build Community and Grow Your Organization
    • MGT 572:  Organizational Behavior
    • MGT 574: Theory and Future of Nonprofits
    • MGT 575: Project and Program Management
    • MGT 578: Nonprofit Law

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