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HSSJ 3110W : Nonprofit and Organizational Management
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Human Services and Social Justice (HSSJ)
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HSSJ-BA: Human Services and Social Justice
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HSSJ 3110 : Nonprofit and Organizational Management
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Nonprofit and Organizational Management
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human services majors or minors
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HSSJ 3110 - Nonprofit and Organizational Management
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Organizational theory and program administration in community agencies; staff recruitment and development; fiscal operations including funding; facilities; and effective community relations. Community-based research.
As a result of completing this course, students will be able to: • Develop an understanding of and identify the constraints and possibilities presented by program evaluations in non-profit organizations • Collaborate with peers to structure research design, problem solving, and communication needs • Select a set(s) of literature that enhances the research goals set for the group project • Select evaluation design methods, set research goals and objectives, write research tools, and analyze results for an effective review of a site program. • Understand the development of evaluation mechanisms to assess the effectiveness of social programs for organizations in the Washington, DC area. • Edit, refine, and produce writing for a service organization, through a series of iterative writing assignments for peer and external review.
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