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The minor in nonprofit leadership and management empowers students to positively impact the community in which they work. The nonprofit sector in the U.S. is unique in form and function, with more than 1.6 million organizations in the U.S.
The minor is ideal for students enrolled in other majors at ASU who wish to earn a minor that concentrates on the management of nonprofit organizations. Students from such various disciplines as business, communication, education, global studies, museum studies, nursing, public affairs, religious studies, social work, sustainability and others find this program a beneficial supplement to their existing program as many find their career pathways from their degree occur within nonprofit organization forms. Coursework in the minor introduces students to knowledge and skills for successful professional careers with nonprofit, social sector organizations that exist to improve the quality of life of communities.
This program affords students the opportunity to start their pursuit of the National Certified Nonprofit Professional credential awarded through the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance (formerly American Humanics, Inc.): https://www.nonprofitleadershipalliance.org/credential/. Students seeking more information about completing the CNP credential and requirements should refer to the school website.
Nonprofit Leadership and Management (Minor)
Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions
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