The Directed Field Studies course requires students to work for an employer in a nonprofit capacity. This on-the-job experience combined with faculty mentoring will enable students to become skillful at both personal and situational analysis and to demonstrate proficiency in multi-discipline and business applications. Students must complete a series of research projects to relate their practical experience with their academic studies. Students may, with prior approval, engage in a new nonprofit organizational startup.
Prerequisites: Nonprofit Studies 2201, 2247, and 3305, or consent of the department. A minimum grade of “C” must have been achieved in each course.