Nonprofit Financial Management
GSM AC 840
This course will build on the fundamentals of accounting and finance introduced during the first semester, and allow students to apply that learning in a nonprofit context. Cases will involve a broad array of entities, including charter schools, human-service providers, international economic development agencies, universities, environmental groups and youth development organizations. Students will be challenged to hone their financial analysis skills by examining the strategic financial implications involved in capital projects, growth, debt financing, turnarounds, and collaboration and mergers. In addition, the course will look at how nonprofit leaders build critical financial capacities such as budgeting, working with the board, fundraising, and investing.
SPRG 2013 Schedule
|F1||Stolow||SMG 310||T 6:00 pm-9:00 pm|