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Nonprofit Management, Philanthropy and Voluntary Action

 

 

Ranked No. 11 by U.S. News & World Report for Nonprofit Management

The Glenn College's nonprofit experts are leaders in the field of nonprofit studies. Our nonprofit programming attracts interdisciplinary students from across Ohio State’s campus, our curriculum addresses the evolving needs of nonprofit organizations, and our faculty and doctoral students are conducting cutting-edge research on the nonprofit sector and the critical issues that it faces.

 

 

Faculty Experts

Nonprofit Studies at the Glenn College

Programs

Coursework:

  • 2150 – Nonprofit Organizing for Diversity and Justice
  • 3140 – Nonprofit Management and Governance 
  • 3150 – Fundraising and Philanthropy for Nonprofits
  • 5120 – Social Change Advocacy: Organization, Mobilization, and Activism
  • 5592 – Social Marketing for Nonprofit and Public Organizations

 

Programs: 

Coursework:

  • 7553 – Nonprofit Management and Governance
  • 7533 – Nonprofit Financial Management
  • 7501 – Grant Writing in the Public Sector
  • 7950 – Capstone: Nonprofit Projects
  • 5120 – Social Change Advocacy: Organization, Mobilization, and Activism
  • 5590 – Fundraising and Development for Nonprofits
  • 5592 – Social Marketing for Nonprofit and Public Organizations

Nonprofit Management is a common focus area for students earning a PhD at the Glenn College. 

Explore the doctoral program.