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PSMA 7303 Non-Profits and Public Policy

Credits:
3

Format: Online
Duration: 8 weeks

Governments impact nonprofits in many ways, such as establishing, regulating, monitoring, and funding them. First, this course will focus on the various ways in which governments impact nonprofit management and policy. Then, we will examine subsectors, i.e., healthcare, education, social services, arts and culture, social welfare, international assistance, etc. What are the similarities and differences in how public policy has affected each subsector?

 

Course Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of PSMA 7303, you will have the skills to:

  • Identify the impact government has on nonprofits and public policy.
  • Identify the similarities shared by major subsectors, and address their differences.
  • Apply advanced knowledge of nonprofit management and policy to diverse professional environments.

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To learn more about Seton Hall University's online Master of Public Administration program and its curriculum, call (844) 823-1198 to speak with an admissions advisor or request more information here.

The course information on this page is meant to provide a thorough overview and is subject to change based on term, faculty, and/or institutional requirements.