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Schmidthuber, L./Hilgers, D./Gegenhuber, T. (2017): Shedding Light on Participation in Open Government Arenas: Determinants of Platform Activity of Web and App Users, in: Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences

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Public & Nonprofit Management

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Since October 2013 the Minor as well as the Major offered by our Institute is named “Public and Nonprofit Management” (PNP).


Bachelor Program

The Minor “Public and Nonprofit Management” follows the structure given below:

The basic course “Public and Nonprofit Management” (PNP 1) is designed to teach the basic and fundamental principles of Public and Nonprofit Management. Our students receive a firm overview of business-management issues and problems in public administrations, organisations and companies as well as fundamental knowledge about management in nonprofit organisations in general.

The offered course “Financial and Performance Management” (PNP2) and our seminars “Public and Nonprofit Management” (PNP 3 and PNP 4) deepen the gained skills and intensify the basic knowledge in selected areas.

For further information on our offered courses please see the course outlines which are available on KUSSS or the University Studies Handbook.

The basic course “Public and Nonprofit Management” (PNP 1) must be successfully completed before continuative courses (PNP 2, 3 and 4) can be attended.

Diploma Program

Minor and Major in Diploma Degree Programs (Business Education, Business and Economics, et cetera) follow the structure given below:

Minor
The Minor “Public and Nonprofit Management” is equal to the Minor in Bachelor Degree Programs. The basic course “Public and Nonprofit Management” (PNP 1) must be successfully completed before the continuative courses (PNP 2, 3 and 4) can be attended.
Our Minor requires no separate examination at the end. The final grade is calculated from the weighted average including all course examinations. This guarantees that the Minor can be completed within two semesters.

Major
In addition to the courses listed below, the Major requires the completion of four further courses.
These courses are
• Public and Nonprofit Finance (PNP 5)
• Special Topics in Public and Nonprofit Management 1 (PNP 6)
• Special Topics in Public and Nonprofit Management 2 (PNP 7)
• Special Fields of Public and Nonprofit Management 1 or 2 (PNP 8 or 9)

For attending PNP 5, 6 and 7 the successful completion of PNP 1 is necessary. In order to attend PNP 8 or PNP 9 the additional completion of either PNP 3 or PNP 4 is required.
The courses PNP 5 and PNP 7 are held in summer term whereas the courses PNP 6, 8 and 9 are held on demand. We kindly ask students to contact our Institute directly if they are interested in attending our courses for the Major.

The Major “Public and Nonprofit Management” is completed with a combined examination. The Major requires no separate written examination. The grade for the written part is calculated from the weighted average including all course examinations. However, an oral examination is mandatory.