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This class is the capstone for the MANM degree. This class must be taken last or second to last in the sequence of courses required to earn the MANM degree. Students cannot register for this class online. No departmental signature is required to register for this class. Registration for this class must be completed with a paper registration form found on the Online Registration Guide (use the Degree & Licensure Registration Form).
This course provides MANM soon-to-be-graduating students with a rigorous classroom and practicum course that helps them demonstrate the skills and knowledge they have mastered in the program and test their critical thinking and skills abilities to manage and/or lead a nonprofit organization. Students will study and examine the critical or current issues of the nonprofit sector, complete an applied research project with a Twin Cities organization, and present the project including a final paper and presentation to a MANM Nonprofit Board of Review (a panel of nonprofit leaders selected) at the end of each semester.
Scheibel, James, "MNM8492-JS.Capstone: Nonprofit.Su16.Scheibel,James" (2016). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 1290.