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Social Work (SOWK)

School of Social Work
Faculty of Public Affairs

SOWK 4105 [0.5 credit]

Management of Non-Profit Organizations

Introduction to theories, models and methods of managing non-profit organizations; role, nature and values of the non-profit sector in a market society; practical knowledge of management in different types of non-profit organizations (e.g. cooperatives, voluntary associations, public advocacy and community service organizations).
Prerequisites: PAPM 3000; or SOWK 2100 and SOWK 3100 (which may be taken concurrently).
Lecture three hours a week.

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