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Indiana State University    
 
    
 
  Dec 16, 2017
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Nonprofit Leadership Minor


(24-31 credits)

The Nonprofit Leadership minor is an innovative course of study that prepares students for disciplinary-based careers in all nonprofit subsectors: faith-based; youth, human, and social services; environmental and conservation; animal-rights; fine, performing, and studio arts, humanities, and cultural; educational and historical; health and medical-related; and international non-governmental organizations.  The minor leads to the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance credentialing as a Certified Nonprofit Professional (CNP).  The minor compliments the following academic programs: human development and family studies, psychology, recreation management & youth leadership, sport management, social work, business, marketing, communication, public relations, criminology and criminal justice, theater, applied health sciences, and the University Honors Program-Leadership and Civic Engagement Concentration.

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All nonprofit internships must be in a nonprofit organization for a minimum of 300 contact hours and count for a minimum of 3 credit hours via ISU.  A minimum of five nonprofit leadership competencies must be significantly addressed through pre-determined internship goals and objectives.  The following internship credits may qualify for nonprofit leadership internship credit: