The B.A. in Nonprofit Leadership Studies is offered with a Concentration in Fundraising. This concentration offers enhanced education to further prepare leaders in service through professional fundraising and development positions with nonprofit organizations. Courses are taught by Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) professionals and members of the Association of Fundraising Professional (AFP) Mid-America Chapter.
A grade of C or better is required in each upper-division course of the concentration. (A grade of C- will not fulfill the requirement.)
Non-traditional or post-baccalaureate students may select fundraising courses on a non-credit basis and may participate on a space-available basis.
Additionally, a student must complete six hours of upper-division, department-identified, Leadership courses; three hours of upper-division, department-identified Communication courses, and three hours of upper-division department-identified Social and Cultural Development courses.