Oct 02, 2022  
2018-2019 
    
2018-2019 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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BADM 420 - Interdiscipl Community Devlp Clinc

3 credits
In this unique and advanced interdisciplinary course, students will have the opportunity to: 1) learn from a dynamic team of professionals working in various career fields and from various parts of the state through weekly seminars on topics relating to community eonomic development (i.e., business, public service, law and policy, leadership, marketing and media, finance); 2) gain practial experience by working in student teams to provide direct client services to low-income groups and non-profit community organizations, under the co-supervision of a faculity member and lawyer who will be coordinating the clinic. The range of services provided to low-income eligible groups by the cohort of students will include project management, business planning, help develop and strengthen organizational and entity structures. Students will also have the exposure to work with and be mentored by law students, and possibly other graduate students from around the state as part of the project teams. Offered TBA.



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