Public and Non-Profit Administration

Fall 2005 Courses

For information contact:

James A. White, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Political Science

Campus Box 8
Concord College
Athens, WV 24712-1000

214 Administration Building

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The general objective of the public and non-profit administration program consists of acquainting students with the specific and unique challenges of administering public and not-for-profit organizations and programs.  This curriculum is interdisciplinary, including courses in government, management, methodology, public administration, and statistics, with optional courses in accounting, finance, information services, personnel, and planning.  The program is designed to encourage greater and more skilled civic participation and to provide preparation for professional employment and/or further graduate study.  

The Bachelor of Arts

Students seeking either a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree in another discipline may earn a minor in public and non-profit administration.

Minor in Public and Non-Profit Administration--18 hours

POSC 104, 204; MATH 105, or BGEN 201 or 335; SOC 399 or SOWK 305; MGT 305 or 308, SOWK 308, or RTM 222 or 309; and ACCT 315, BGEN 210, MGT 307, PSY 340, or RTM 325.

Public and Non-Profit Administration Courses


James A. White, Ph.D.


Political Science Links
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Travel and Study in England
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