Learning By Giving Courses

The Learning by Giving Program supports undergraduate philanthropy courses at the following colleges and universities in a wide variety of academic disciplines:

Ball State University: Muncie, Indiana
Department: English
Course title: Giving and Getting: Understanding Charity and Philanthropy in the Modern World

College of the Holy Cross: Worcester, Massachusetts
Departments: Economics and Accounting
Course titles: Environmental Economics, Government and Nonprofit Accounting

Cornell University: Ithaca, New York
Department: Human Ecology
Course title: Leadership in the Nonprofit Environment

Davidson College: Davidson, North Carolina
Department: Political Science
Course title: Philanthropy and the Nonprofit Sector

Georgetown University: Washington, D.C.
Department: Sociology
Course title: Philanthropy and Social Change

McMaster University: Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA
Department: Business
Course Title: Strategic Philanthropy and Leadership

New York University
Department: Wagner School of Public Service
Course Title: Philanthropy, Advocacy and Social Change

University of Mary Washington
Department:
Economics
Course Title:
Economics of Philanthropy and the Nonprofit Sector

Tufts
Department:
Tufts Experimental College
Course Title:
Experimenting with Philanthropy:  Theory and Practice

University of Montana
Department:
School of Business Administration
Course Title:
Leadership and Motivation

Valparaiso
Department:
English
Course Title:
Traditions of Giving and Serving in American Life

University of California at Berkeley
Department:
Haas School of Business
Course Title:
Economics of Philanthropy

SUNY Binghamton
Department:
College of Community and Public Affairs
Course Title:
TBD

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Department:
Carolina Center for Public Service
Course Title:
Philanthropy as a Tool for Change