Philanthropy and Resource Development | Non-Profit | Online Courses

$95

Description: This course will study the historical, economic, political, social and psychological foundations of philanthropy in our society as well as the ethical, legal and financial aspects of organizational resource development. The role of leadership strategies for acquisition, maintenance and stewardship of resources will be explored. Students will review successful fundraising campaigns and develop a prototype fundraising campaign.  

Prerequisite: Graduate Program in Education 

Learning Objectives: Students will 

  • explore the historical, economic, political, social and psychological foundations of philanthropy in higher education 
  • examine the ethical, legal and financial aspects of organizational resource development in higher education 
  • review and analyze successful fundraising campaigns and develop a prototype fundraising campaign. 
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