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Course Overview

This course offers students an opportunity to explore the nonprofit sector’s multifaceted role in U.S. society and its relationship to democracy and social change. This course will introduce theoretical and practical frameworks for examining contemporary models of nonprofit and philanthropic practice and examine the ethical implications of engaging in and funding activities designed to effect social change. Through this course, students will analyze the complex systems that lead to social challenges and the opportunities for solutions driven by the nonprofit sector.

Credits: 3

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate