Nonprofit Organizational Leadership


The Nonprofit Organizational Leadership minor provides the knowledge and competencies to perform a variety of roles in nonprofit organizations, for-profit companies and corporations, and government agencies at the local, state, and national levels.

About this Program

This minor draws primarily from the faculty in Family, Youth and Community Sciences. The elective can be taken from the colleges of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Business, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Journalism and Communications, and Education.

The minor is open to all UF students.

Required Courses

FYC 4408Organizational Leadership for Nonprofits3
FYC 4409Working with Nonprofit Organizations in Community Settings3
FYC 4410Fund Raising for Community Nonprofit Organizations3
FYC 4428Human Resource Management for Nonprofits3
Approved elective3-4
Total Credits15-16

Approved Electives

ACG 2021Introduction to Financial Accounting4
AEB 4126Agricultural and Natural Resource Ethics3
AEB 4424Human Resources Management in Agribusiness3
FYC 4114Ethical Issues in Family, Youth and Community Sciences3
FYC 4426Risk Management in Nonprofit Organizations3
FYC 4427Non-Governmental Organizations3
FYC 4622Planning and Evaluating Family, Youth and Community Science Programs3
MAR 3023Principles of Marketing4
POS 3263Policy, Ethics and Public Leadership3
SDS 4410Interpersonal Communication Skills3