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.
The minor is open to all UF students and it must be added before a student completes 90 credits. A cumulative 2.5 GPA is necessary for admission to the minor. Students must earn a minimum grade of B in FYC 4409 Working with Nonprofit Organizations in Community Settings to continue in the minor; this course also is a prerequisite for the internship or practicum.
The minor draws primarily from the faculty in Family, Youth and Community Sciences. Electives can be taken from the colleges of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Business, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Journalism and Communications, and Education.
|FYC 4408 Organizational Leadership for Nonprofits or
FYC 4428 Human Resource Management for Nonprofits
|FYC 4409 Working with Nonprofit Organizations in Community Settings
|FYC 4410 Fund Raising for Community Nonprofit Organizations
|FYC 4426 Risk Management in Nonprofit Organizations or
FYC 4622 Planning and Evaluating Family, Youth and Community Science Programs
|FYC 4941 Practicum in Family, Youth and Community Sciences
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|ACG 2021 Introduction to Financial Accounting
|AEB 4126 Agricultural and Natural Resource Ethics
|AEB 4424 Human Resource Management in Agribusiness
|FYC 4114 Ethical Issues in Family, Youth and Community Sciences
|FYC 4427 Non-Governmental Organizations
|POS 3263 Policy, Ethics and Public Leadership
|SDS 4410 Interpersonal Communication Skills