July 2020

You are currently browsing the monthly archive for July 2020.

These one-credit classes are available to all students at the university. There are no pre-reqs. To enroll, call the Registrar’s Office at 313-6592 or email registrar@gonzaga.edu.

BUSN 270 Non-Profit Fundraising and Marketing
CRN: 15037

With charitable giving in the United States exceeding $420 billion, today’s nonprofit marketing professionals are challenged to generate growing fundraising results, engagement, and greater efficiency in an increasingly competitive environment. Discover the essential marketing and fundraising skills, principles, and tactics you need to help your nonprofit stand out in a rapidly evolving digital landscape. From foundational fundraising strategy to data-driven performance analytics, this course introduces you to the dynamic and creative world of non-profit fundraising and marketing.
Instructor: Stephanie Rockwell
Assistant Vice President of Operations and Fundraising Strategy at Gonzaga University
Nov. 14-15
9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday
9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sunday


BUSN 261 Leadership and Management in Nonprofits (Non-Profit Management II)
CRN: 15042

This class is the second in a three-class series on non-profit management. Students can take one, two, or all three classes in the series.

This course explores the concepts of management and leadership in nonprofit organizations. The course focuses not only on the aspects of governance of nonprofits, including legal, financial, and organizational, but also explores the role and challenges of leadership in the nonprofit sector. The course will explore leadership philosophies used in the nonprofit sector and how differing styles affect effectiveness and achievement of organizational mission.
Instructor: Jamie Borgan, Program Director at New Leaf Bakery Cafe
Dec. 5-6
9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday
9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Sunday

BUSN 267 Nonprofit Mgmt in Holocaust Ed
CRN: 15070
This class will examine doing business as an educational non-profit organization. It will cover the indispensable relationship between product – in this case, educational resources —and development, including fundraising, grants, and marketing. By learning about the mission, resources and outreach of Seattle non-profit, the Holocaust Center for Humanity, students will analyze and help solve existing challenges. Such challenges include adaptation of existing programs and marketing and developing new resources.
Instructors: Paul V. Regelbrugge, professional development and curriculum coordinator, Holocaust Center for Humanity
Sydney Dratel, Grants & Communications Manager, Holocaust Center for Humanity
Dec. 5-6
9 a.m.-  4:30 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m.-  4:30 p.m. Sunday


BUSN 257 EQ and Leadership
CRN: 14898
An individual’s emotional intelligence (EI) or emotional quotient (EQ) refers to the individual’s capacity to recognize their own and other people’s emotions. It also refers to the capacity to label feelings appropriately and to use emotional information to guide their own and others’ thoughts and behaviors. This class will focus on EQ as a skill.
Instructor: Brian Newberry, CEO of Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho
Sept. 26-27
9 a.m.-  4:30 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m.-  4:30 p.m. Sunday

BUSN 267 Gender in the Workplace
CRN: 14874
This module will examine several issues of gender in the workplace including Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In movement and backlash, the intersection of race and gender, and transgender and gender non-conforming discrimination in the workplace. At the end of the module students will be able to confidently identify and discuss issues of gender in the workplace. Students also will create a strategy for navigating issues of gender in the workplace.
Instructor: Molly Pepper, Professor of Management
Oct. 2-4

4 – 9 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday and noon – 3 p.m. Sunday

BUSN 269 Economics of the Side Hustle
CRN: 14892
The goal of this course is to provide students an opportunity to explore their own small business idea, non-profit organization, or a hobby that you would like to turn into a small business venture. This class will cover the economics of the side hustle project by having you select and refine your own side hustle, determine the basic cost and financing of your business idea or organization, review different pricing strategies, and help determine a strategy to launch and maintain the project.Instructor: John Lyons, Senior Resource Policy Analyst at Avista
Oct. 2-4
4 – 9 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday and noon – 3 p.m. Sunday

BUSN 268 Valuation Analysis
CRN: 14926

In this class you will be part of an investment banking team analyzing a publicly traded company using Comparative Analysis and Discounted Cash Flow Analysis. The class will focus on historical mergers and acquisitions allowing you to discern the “fair value” for your subject company. Each team in the class will submit a written report and conduct a presentation on their analysis.
Instructor: Colin Kelly, Portfolio Manager at Signia Capital Management
Nov. 6-7
4 p.m. – 9 p.m. on Friday and 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. on Saturday.

BUSN 260 Introduction to Non-Profits
CRN: 15041

This class is the first in a three-class series on non-profit management. You can take one, two, or all three classes in the series.

This course serves as an introduction to the world of non-profit organizations. It includes background on the history, legal structure, and operation of non-profits, with hands-on practice in different elements of non-profits, including mission creation, strategic planning and understanding management and financial aspects of non-profits.

Instructor: Jamie Borgan, Program Director at New Leaf Bakery Cafe

Nov. 7-8
9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday

9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Sunday

Featuring WPMU Bloglist Widget by YD WordPress Developer