University Senate                                                                                  Proposed: 4/30/04                                                                                                                                                        Adopted:

 

 

 

RESOLUTION TO ESTABLISH AN M.S. PROGRAM IN
FUNDRAISING MANAGEMENT IN NONPROFIT ADMINISTRATION
IN THE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION

 

 

WHEREAS,   the Education Committee has favorably reviewed a proposal from the School of Continuing Education to offer a Master of Science program in Fundraising Management in Nonprofit Administration, and

 

WHEREAS,   the Committee is satisfied that the proposal has been approved by the executive committee of the School of Continuing Education, and

 

WHEREAS,   there is a growing need for highly skilled fundraising professionals in the nonprofit sector, and

 

WHEREAS,   the existing non-degree certificate program in fundraising management does not fully meet the needs of the growing discipline of fundraising management in nonprofit administration, and

 

WHEREAS,   the School of Continuing Education has established that the proposed degree program would replace and improve on the above-mentioned certificate program and would provide a much needed program of professional preparation for careers in fundraising management in nonprofit administration, and

 

WHEREAS,   the proposal has the endorsement of the Acting Vice President for Arts and Sciences and the Provost of the University,

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED,    that the University Senate establish the Master of Science in Fundraising Management in Nonprofit Administration

 

BE IT FUR THER RESOLVED,   that the Senate forward this resolution to the Trustees for appropriate action.

 

 

                      

                                                                                   Proponent:

 

 

                                                                                   Committee on Education