Venture Philanthropy

This course seeks to challenge the systemic impact of venture philanthropy and empower access by applying an Indigenous-centric approach marked by democratizing, revitalizing, and reframing.

Sections

Financial Mgmt For Arts Organizations

Financial management is a central function of successful arts management. It is the foundation in which human, physical, and financial resources are maintained and monitored. In the nonprofit sector, the relationship of "mission to money" is a key conceptual framework that must be understood by arts managers and will be emphasized in this course. In addition, arts managers are the source of financial information to both internal and external stakeholders, and successful financial analysis is essential for sound strategic planning and governance.

Sections

Grant Writing For Nonprofits

The competitive grant proposal process is the ultimate exercise in organizational capacity, yet the process itself can be elusive. In AAD 542 Grant Writing for Nonprofit Organizations, students will develop proposal writing, development, and research skills. Specific topics will include writing style and format, advanced analysis of tone, institutional prospect research, program design, strategic planning, building a case for support, identifying funding sources, creating the letter of intent, evaluation, sustainability, organizational capacity, and grant writing ethics.

Sections

Seminar In Arts Administration: (Sr)

A seminar which covers special topics in arts administration. May be repeated to a maximum of 9 credits when identified by different subtitles.

Sections

The Arts And Artists In Society

The arts and artists have influenced concepts of love, war, religion, race, ethnicity, and gender and have helped societies face problems, celebrate accomplishments, mourn losses, beautify environments, and drive economies. The course allows students to investigate the intersection of arts and civic life. Through the exploration of topics including the intrinsic and extrinsic value of the arts; and social, economic, and political trends, students will learn the role of the arts and artists in historical and contemporary society.

Sections

COM 281-005

Comm In Small Groups

Meeting time: 
MWF 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm

Course Description

ANT 102-004

Archaelogy: Mysteries & Controversies

Meeting time: 
TR 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm

Course Description

CIS 111-004

Comp & Comm II

Meeting time: 
MWF 11:00 am - 11:50 am

Course Description

DHN 317-001

Obesity And Food Insecurity Paradigm

Meeting time: 
TR 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm

Course Description

CLA 615-001

Manuscript Cultures

Meeting time: 
R 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Course Description

Subscribe to Linguistics RSS
X
Enter your linkblue username.
Enter your linkblue password.
Secure Login

This login is SSL protected

Loading