This is a foundations course in nonprofit management for experienced nonprofit managers. It approaches nonprofit management from the perspective of what effective community-based development organizations (CBOs, CDCs) and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) should do well. The course is designed as an integrative experience for advanced graduate students to enhance both theoretical and practical knowledge. It presumes familiarity with nonprofit management, public administration, program planning, the role of volunteer boards, staff and community stakeholders. Prerequisite: None for MA or Ph.D. students. MS students need CED707A&B or ICD515 or its equivalent, and instructor permission.