Financial Management for Global Nonprofit Organizations

PADM-GP.2142, 3 points.

Semester: Fall


This course focuses on financial management concepts and skills that are crucial for nonprofit organizations to achieve their mission. This course builds on the themes, concepts and theories covered in the Core Financial Management course and provides students the opportunity to apply that knowledge to an operational context.  Case methodology will be utilized to examine financial management practices of NGOs and Non-Profit entities throughout the world. Through these cases, we will look at organizations' approach to cash flow management, revenue and earned income management, capital budgeting, cost analysis and allocation, investment management, the analysis of new programmatic investments, project finance, and strategic financial analysis. This course is relevant to students interested in working with or in both domestic and international organizations.



Semester Instructor Syllabus Link
Fall 2015Thad CalabreseSyllabus
Fall 2014Thad CalabreseSyllabus
Fall 2013Thad CalabreseSyllabus
Spring 2013Thad CalabreseSyllabus
Fall 2010Edward SermierSyllabus
Spring 2010Dall W. ForsytheSyllabus
Fall 2009Dall W. ForsytheSyllabus
Spring 2009Dall W. ForsytheSyllabus
Semester Instructor Evaluation Link
Fall 2015Thad CalabreseEvaluation
Fall 2014Thad CalabreseEvaluation
Fall 2013Thad CalabreseEvaluation
Spring 2013Thad CalabreseEvaluation
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