The Bachelor of Science degree in Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies program will equip students with the comprehensive knowledge and practical skills to succeed in philanthropic endeavors. In class, students will learn how to build solid personal and organizational financial foundations to support philanthropic projects and lead nonprofit enterprises. Course subjects include: collegiate consuming and giving, nonprofit studies, portfolio development, nonprofit law and governance, and gender, wealth and philanthropy.
Both the major and the minor are academic offerings through the Department of Consumer and Design Sciences in Auburn’s College of Human Sciences. Cary Center team members provide instruction in the both the major and minor in Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies.
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