Social Impact Pathway (10.5)
This pathway will provide students an understanding of the blurring lines between nonprofit and for-profit entities and the ways in which organizations of all types engage in business activities with goals of social impact.
Pathway Required Courses:
AMIS 7250: Financial Statements of Nonprofit and Governmental Organizations (1.5)
BUSMHR 7238: Leadership Effectiveness through Applied Projects and Team Coaching (3)
PUBAFRS 5595: Social Enterprise (3)
PUBAFRS 7553: Nonprofit Management and Governance (3)
ARTEDUC 5682: Nonprofit Arts Institution Governance and Board Leadership (3)
Optional Relevant Courses:
BUSMHR 7543: Understanding Commercial and Social Franchising (3)
PUBAFRS 5590: Fundraising and Philanthropy (3)
PUBAFRS 5592: Marketing for Nonprofit and Public Organizations (3)
PUBAFRS 7501: Grant Writing in the Public Sector (3)
RURSOC 5580: Social Impact Assessment (3)
PUBAFRS 6060: Managerial Leadership in Public and Nonprofit Organizations (3)
PUBAFRS 7554: Performance Measurement and Management in the Public Sector (3)
PUBAFRS 6040: Public Budgeting and Finance (4)
PUBAFRS 6010: Legal Environment and Public Organizations (4)
WHAT IS AN OPTIONAL PATHWAY?
Fisher's optional pathways are a group of classes designed to provide competence in a particular area or field. The pathways listed are only a small example of the options available through an extensive list of electives. With guidance from your coaches, you can access elective courses at Fisher and across more than 100 graduate programs at Ohio State. Contact us today to discuss how we can personalize your curriculum to your career goals.
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