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1 Bachelor of Professional Studies Major in Professional Studies Concentration: Nonprofit Development and Administration Description of Program: 218 Brister Hall memphis.edu/univcoll The goal of this interdisciplinary curriculum is to help persons understand the role of nonprofit in society and to prepare them to organize, develop, and administer nonprofit organizations. Nonprofit organizations include educational, scientific, religious, and other charitable organizations as well as private foundations, community-based organizations, professional and fraternal associations, and civic and social organizations. The guidelines are designed to serve persons who have worked, or who want to work, within the nonprofit sector as employees, or have served in the community as volunteers. They will want to learn how nonprofit organizations serve the community, to learn about their operation, and their constituencies, and to improve or develop administrative skills in order to work in the nonprofit sector. Persons who wish to enter the nonprofit sector or make a career change will also be served by these guidelines. Graduates of the program will likely enter such careers as communications director, volunteer director, or program director for a nonprofit agency. This curriculum can also prepare for graduate study in master s degree programs in the fields of public administration, applied anthropology, business administration and social work. Program Summary I. General Education hours II. Coordinated Study 60 hours III. University College Requirements 9 hours IV. General Electives hours Minimum Required for Graduation: 120 hours* *Students must complete at least 60 hours from a 4 year institution. *Students must complete at least 42 hours of upper-division credit (3000 or 4000-level). *Students must complete at least 30 of the last 60 hours through the University of Memphis. * Students must complete at least 9 graded hours in the major at the University of Memphis. 1

2 Optional Activities and Programs Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Certification in Management and Leadership The Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Certification in Management and Leadership at the University of Memphis is an innovative approach that compliments a major course of study. The program curriculum is designed to prepare undergraduate and graduate students for careers in nonprofit organizations. The program offers hands-on leadership opportunities and extensive exploration of nonprofit organizations through internship, volunteer opportunities, Nonprofit Leaders Student Association (NLSA) activities, and professional development seminars. Students completing the hour program of required courses and a specified number of co-curricular activities are eligible to receive a certification from Nonprofit Leadership Alliance, Inc. The Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Certification in Management and Leadership is administered through the Division of Public and Nonprofit Administration. For more information about this program, please call or visit their webpage at: *UNIV 3900 Experiential Learning Credit may be granted credit for college level knowledge and understanding related to the student s major area of study and gained from work experience, life experience, or non-college instruction. The student who wants an assessment of such learning prepares a portfolio that describes and documents the learning. Portfolios are assessed by faculty who teach in that area. Assessment by portfolio is reserved for knowledge and competencies which do not readily fit into the credit by examination procedures described above. More detailed information about procedures may be obtained from the individual colleges. For fee information, see Fees and Charges. UMdegree Use UMdegree to access information regarding your current academic pursuits, including Degree Requirements, General Education Requirements, Major / Concentration Requirements, and Minor Requirements. This tool reflects all changes to a student's academic record, and is used in determining whether or not a student has successfully completed all graduation requirements. 2

3 Detailed Program Summary I. General Education (35-41 hours) Students must complete the hours of general education requirements as outlined in the attached general education grid. Please refer to the General Education website at for specific requirements. Students with majors in University College are exempt from the History general education requirements if they completed one year of History in high school II. Coordinated Study (60 hours) Many upper-division (3000/4000-level) courses have prerequisites that must be met prior to being permitted to register for those courses. You are responsible for knowing and satisfying all course prerequisites. For specific information about courses and the prerequisites they may have, please view course descriptions at: Some (not all) prerequisites are listed below. Many courses also require permits from the department that teaches the course. For example, SWRK and CJUS courses will always need permits from those respective departments. University College staff cannot issue permits for courses taught in other departments. ALL 3000/4000 level classes taught by the College of Business (ACCT, ECON, FIR, MGMT, MKTG) require a permit; students must request a permit online at: https://fcbeacad.memphis.edu/ugad/permits/ Group A. Core Courses: 15 hours (take all) ANTH 4412 OR ANTH 3282 ECON 3411 or UNIV 3507 MGMT 3110 PADM 3601 PADM 4226 Neighborhood Development and Poverty (ANTH 4412) Cultural history of American Communities (ANTH 3282) Economics of Social Issues Organization and Management Public Administration Group B. Historical Context: 3 hours (take 1) HIST 3274 HIST 3275 Introduction to Nonprofit Organizations Modern Islamic World History of the Jewish People HIST 3881 African American History (formerly HIST 4881) HIST 4831 HIST 4851 HIST 4863 HIST 4871 History of American Family History of Women in America History of Childhood in America United States Urban History Group C. Social, Political, Economic Context: 6 hours (take 3 courses from at least two different disciplines) ANTH 4411 Urban Anthropology CJUS 1100 COMM 4381 COUN 4611 COUN 4781 COUN 4783 ECON 2010 PHIL 3511 POLS 3211 POLS 3213 Introduction to Criminal Justice Rhetoric and Public Controversy Introduction to Counseling Strategies for Crisis Intervention Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling Introduction to Macroeconomics Ethics State and Local Government Introduction to the Study of Public Policy 3

4 POLS 4222 POLS 4223 SOCI 3401 SOCI 3422 SOCI 4442 Urban Politics Issues/Urban Politics Social Inequality Racial and Ethnic Minorities: A Soci-Historical Approach Sociology of Poverty SOCI 4541 Sociology of Aging Group D. Nonprofit Work Setting: 3 hours (take 1) ANTH/ARTH 4830 ANTH/ARTH4382 ESCI 3451 PADM 4221 SLS 3205 SLS 3103 SLS 3905 SOCI 3860 ANTH 4253 Museums in Society Professional Practices in Museums Introduction to Urban Planning Urban Administration Area and Facility Management Outdoor Recreation and Education for Urban America Leisure and Recreation for People with Disabilities Sociology of Religion Anthropology of Religion Group E. Skills for Administration & Community Development: 21 hours 1. Marketing & Fund-raising: 1 course FIR 4011 JOUR 3400 MKTG 3010 MKTG 4230 Estate Planning and Law of Taxation Public Relations Principles of Marketing Services Marketing 2. Human Resources: 1 course COUN 4621 Human Interactions MGMT 3215 SLS 3204 Human Resource Management 3. Program Evaluation: 1 course ANTH 4010 COMM 3330 PADM/POLS 4101 SLS 3305 SOCI 3311 Organizational Analysis of Sport and Leisure Anthropological Methods of Field Research Methods of Communications Analysis Political Statistics Leisure and Recreation Program Development Social Statistics SOCI 3322 Methods of Social Research (prereq: SOCI 3311) 4. Accounting: 1 course ACCT 2010 ACCT 2020 ACCT 3310 ACCT 4540 PADM 4227 SLS 3605 Fundamentals of Accounting I Fundamentals of Accounting II Cost Accounting 5. Legal Environment: 1 course ACCT 3011 LEGL 2410 POLS 3405 SLS 4205 Governmental/Health Care/ Not-for-Profit Accounting Issues in Nonprofit Administration Financial Management in Sport and Leisure Business Law Introduction to Law Introduction to Law and Jurisprudence Legal and Ethical Aspects of Sport and Leisure 4

5 6. Communication: 1 course COMM 4011 Communication in Organizations COMM 4342 COMM 4373 COMM 4375 ENGL 3601 ENGL 3604 Small Group Communication Interracial Communication Intercultural Communication Technical and Professional Writing Persuasive Writing MGMT 3510 Business Communications (pre-rec MIS 2749) 7. Computer Use & Technology: 1 course MIS 2749 Introduction to Microcomputer Applications for Business JOUR 3900 SLS 3005 Desktop Publishing Computer Applications in Sport and Leisure Group F. Internship: 6 hours PADM 4231 Administrative Internship UNIV 4110 Internship III. University College Requirements (9 hours) Group A. Thematic Studies (6 hours) Group B. Any UNIV or UNIV course, CSED 4300, CSED 4205, PHIL 3514 Students complete a total of 6 credit hours in a University College thematic studies course(s) of their choosing. These courses are designed to broaden a student s knowledge of significant themes in social, political, and religious history. Only specifically designated courses will meet this requirement. Students can complete one 6 credit hour class or two 3 credit hour courses. For a complete list of courses: Senior Project (3 hours) The senior project is a student s culminating experience or capstone designed to synthesize and integrate the content of a student s program of study. The senior project is intended to fuse the two or more academic areas that comprise the student s coordinated study (major) into an academically-relevant example of scholarship. Students will complete a thesis, task-based, or artistic project on a topic of their choice with approval of their senior project instructor. The senior project is completed during a student s final semester. ALL sections of UNIV 4995 are taught online. Students will be assigned to a specific section based on the topic they select. IV. General Electives (6-12 hours) Students must take enough electives hours to earn a minimum of 120 semester hours. 60 of these hours must be taken at a 4-year institution and a minimum of 30 of the last 60 hours must be complete at the University of Memphis. A minimum of 42 upper division hours are required. 5

6 I. General Education Requirements (35-41hours) Course Category Course Semester Grade Hours English Composition (6 hrs.) minimum grade of C ENGL 1010 (3 hrs.) ENGL 1020 (3 hrs.) Oral Communication and Rhetoric (3 hrs.) COMM 2381 Oral Communication Mathematics (3 hrs.): pick any one of the following MATH 1420, 1530, 1710, 1830, OR 1910 Humanities (9 hrs.) 1. Literature Course ENGL 2201 or ENGL American History (6 hours) University College students are exempt from American Heritage requirement ONLY if they have completed one year of American History in high school. If courses are required, see UM Degree for options to complete this requirement. One year of American History documented on UMDegree OR Courses must be completed to fulfill requirement If courses are required, list them below: Social Science (6 hrs.) Natural Science (8 hrs.) Total General Education Hours Required Questions about transfer-credit equivalencies should be directed to the University College advisors. Need to complete ALEKS assessment? Yes No Completed: Yes No MPL score: 6

7 II. Coordinated Study (60 hours) A minimum grade of C- is required in each course and an overall GPA of 2.25 is required in the major. An overall and U of M GPA s of 2.00 are also required. Required Courses Course Semester Grade Hour Group A. Core Courses: 15 hours (take all) ANTH 4412 or ANTH 3282 ECON 3411 or UNIV 3507 MGMT 3110 PADM 3601 PADM 4226 Group B. Historical Context: 3 hours (take 1) HIST 3274, 3275, 3881, 4831, 4851, 4863, 4871 Group C. Social, Political, Economic Context: 9 hours (take 3 courses from at least two different disciplines) ANTH 4411, CJUS 1100, COMM 4381, COUN 4611, COUN 4781, COUN 4783, ECON 2010, PHIL 3511, POLS 3211, POLS 3213,POLS 4222, POLS 4223, SOCI 3401, SOCI 3422, SOCI 4442, SOCI 4541 Group D. Nonprofit Work Setting: 3 hours (take 1) ANTH/ARTH 4830, ANTH/ARTH4382, ANTH 4253, ESCI 3451, POLS 4221, SLS 3103, SLS 3205, SLS 3905, SOCI 3860 Group E. Skills for Administration & Community Development: 21 hours (take 1 course from categories 1-7) 1) Marketing & Fundraising FIR 4011, JOUR 3400, MKTG 3010, MKTG ) Human Resources COUN 4621, MGMT 3215, SLS ) Program Evaluation ANTH 4010, COMM 3330, PADM 4101, SLS 3305, SOCI 3311, SOCI ) Accounting ACCT 2010, ACCT 2020, ACCT 3310, ACCT 4540, PADM 4227, SLS 3605, SLS ) Legal Environment ACCT 3011, LEGL 2410, POLS 3405, SLS ) Communication COMM 4011, COMM 4342, COMM 4373, COMM 4375, ENGL 3601, ENGL 3604, MGMT ) Computer Use MIS 2749, JOUR 3900, SLS 3005 Group F. Internships: 6 hours PADM 4231 UNIV 4110 Internship III. University College Requirements (9 hours) Group A. Thematic Studies (6 hours) Any UNIV or UNIV , MRCH 4205, 4300 or or PHIL 3514 Group B. Senior Project (3 hours) UNIV IV. General Electives (13-19hours) 7

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