Nonprofit Administration

Kenneth W. Monfort College of Business

The Nonprofit Administration minor is designed for business majors only who wish to pursue careers in nonprofit organizations. Completion of the minor requires a student to understand the similarities and differences between for-profit and not-for-profit organizations, learn about the major sources of funding for nonprofits, and complete an internship. The student will further pursue skills that are used in nonprofits through the elective minor credits.

Admission to the minor requires that a business major be in academic good standing in both the Monfort College of Business and the University of Northern Colorado.

Minor Requirements — 18 Credits

Degree Requirements

Take nine credits from the following courses:

BAMG 492Internship in Management

1 - 3

BAMG 494Nonprofit Management


SOC 447Introduction to Grant Proposal Writing


Choose nine credits from the following courses:

At least one must be “BA__” prefix:

BAMG 452Business Ethics


BAMK 364Selling and Sales Management


BAMK 365Advertising and Promotion


HUSR 205Introduction to Human Services


HUSR 300Human Services Helping Skills


SOC 448Issues in Social Policy


SOC 479The Community


Transfer Credit. Students may transfer a maximum of 6 semester credits with a "BA" prefix toward the minor from other institutions.

To graduate with a Nonprofit Administration Minor, a student must attain a 2.0 or greater cumulative business GPA and attain at least a "C-" grade in each individual course required for the Nonprofit Administration Minor.