Course Detail
Course Components:
This course introduces students to the fundamental corporate, tax, charitable trust and business principles associated with not-for-profit organizations. Activities conducted through not-for-profit organizations constitute one of the largest sectors of the economy. Indeed, many of the activities comprising the social fabric of our culture, education, health care, religion, charities are conducted through not-for-profit organizations. While sharing some features with their for-profit brethren, not-for-profits face unique business and legal issues. We examine these issues in a variety of contexts, focusing on the theoretical and the practical aspects of these organizations.