This course provides a general introduction to and overview of the financial management practices and problems of nonprofit organizations. Specific topics will include financial accounting; budgeting/resource allocation; cost containment and retrenchment; and strategy development/strategic planning. Course activities will include lectures, discussions, case analyses, exercises, and outside readings. Grades will be based on written case analyses, class participation, and a final examination.
Also offered by the Graduate School of Education as A-027B.