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by jeanfrae last modified May 28, 2012 10:11 AM

Courses taught:

HS 385-001C.- Financial sustainability in non-profit organizations

This course aims to equip students with knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to make financial analysis, manage budget, and conduct various ethical financial operations for organizational sustainability. Topics in this course include, but are not limited to, structures and processes of non-profit organizations and human service agencies, financial statement, cash flow, taxes, economic trends and financial analysis, strategic planning, capital budgeting, financial accountability and reporting, investment, fundraising, and organizational growth.


HS 310.- Interpersonal relations in the helping professions

This course is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills related to interpersonal communication, in order to develop attitudes of listening, tolerance, and appreciation of diversity consistent with human services ethics and values.  This course will help them develop an understanding of the impact of interpersonal communication on personal growth, career development, relationship building, problem solving, conflict resolution, and effective helping relationships.


HS 420. 421.422. - Advanced Human Service Leadership Seminar

The internship workshop aims to provide the participants with “real-life” exposure in a human service agency in order link classroom teaching and learning to professional practices in human services.  The ultimate goal is to help them consolidate their knowledge, apply their skills and techniques, and learn new ways of doing as well as a philosophical and conceptual framework for success as human service professionals.


HS 360.- Grant Writing and Program Evaluation

This course aims to provide students with knowledge, skills, and suggestions of attitudes regarding proposal writing and program evaluation.  The course focuses on the concepts, theories, and applications related to grant writing and program evaluation, the process of proposal development, and the strategies to assess the outcomes and impact of a particular program.  A combination of selected active and collaborative teaching strategies will be used to provide students with opportunities to experience in a practical manner a wide range of activities involved in grant writing and program evaluation.







Emmanuel Jean Francois, Ph.D.

 Assistant Professor Department of Human Services & Educational Leadership

College of Education & Human Services

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

800 Algoma Blvd., N/E 513

Oshkosh, WI 54901-8662


Phone: 920-424-2389

Fax: 920-424-0858

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by jeanfrae last modified May 28, 2012 10:11 AM