Nonprofit Administration Minor

The undergraduate nonprofit administration minor is a stand-alone minor; a student from any major at the University of Montana can minor in nonprofit administration. It is a 21-credit minor that includes 18 course credits and a 3-credit, 300-hour internship. The minor is available to undergraduate students who are taking on-campus classes at UM.

Visit UM's Nonprofit Studies Programs page for more information.

National Service Members and Alum

Through a special partnership between UM, NLA, and the Corporation for National and Community Service, this program also accommodates full-time national service members (AmeriCorps, NCCC and VISTA) through online coursework in order to obtain the NLA credential.

Learning By Giving

Through the lens of philanthropy and social entrepreneurship, enrolled UM students participating in UM’s Franke Global Leadership Initiative can select to participate in COMX 191S Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurship, a Franke GLI freshman seminar, where they will study and experience social responsibility and community building as a means to address and resolve some of the big problems facing society. The University of Montana's Office for Civic Engagement and Department of Communication Studies partners with the Learning By Giving Foundation to provide students with an experiential learning opportunity in grant making specifically designed for nonprofit organizations serving Missoula County residents.

For general program questions and information, please contact Laura Fellin. For specific academic advising, please contact Andrea Vernon.

For nonprofit organizations interested in becoming an intern placement site, please complete the Internship Request Form.