Minor

The minor in Leadership of Community and Nonprofit Organizations requires 18 semester credit hours (6 courses) from three of the five areas of study listed below. PACS 4200 and PACS 4300 are required, and count for two areas. At least one of the four remaining courses must be selected from either "Nonprofit Public Relations/Fundraising," "Volunteer Management," or "Experiential Learning in a Global Society." For more information on this minor, please contact the program advisor, Trey Anderson.

Course Required Courses – 6 Hours Typically Offered
PACS 4200 Leadership Theory & Practice for Volunteer Managers Fall
PACS 4300 Nonprofit Leadership Capstone ** Fall
Course Areas of Study – 12 Hours Typically Offered
Historical/Philosophical Foundations
PACS 3000 Pathways to Civic Engagement Fall & Spring
PACS 4200 Leadership Theory & Practice for Volunteer Managers Fall
PACS 4230 Social Evolution of Contemporary Volunteerism Spring
Nonprofit Public Relations/Fundraising
JOUR 3410 Public Relations for Nonprofits Fall & Spring
PACS 4210 Introduction to Philanthropy & Fundraising Spring
PACS 4220 Proposal Writing & Grants Administration Spring
General Nonprofit Management
PADM 3700 Issues in Public Administration - Nonprofit Management Fall
PACS 4250 Community Resource Mapping & Collaboration Spring
PACS 4300 Nonprofit Leadership Capstone** Fall
Volunteer Management
PACS 4240 Volunteer Management Concepts & Applications Fall
PACS 4260 Volunteer Program Planning & Evaluation Fall
PACS 4610 Topics in Community Service ** Fall
Experiential Learning in a Global Society
PACS 4310 Community Service Internship ** Fall
SOWK 4890 Topics in Social Welfare** Periodically

** Requires approval from the PADM Undergraduate Coordinator, Dr. Laura Keyes, at Laura.Keyes@unt.edu or 940-891-6790