Nonprofit Management, Graduate Certificate
Nonprofits today simply require a higher level of management expertise. Nonprofit managers are required to manage people and programs more efficiently and effectively. The Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management focuses on developing skills in organizational management, financial management, fund-raising, grant and report writing, human resources management, and governance.
The program integrates theoretical approaches with practical application to prepare students for positions in either small or large nonprofit organizations. The program targets individuals who work in the nonprofit sector as executive directors, managers, program staff, board members, and volunteers. Students have an opportunity to participate in case studies, individual and group projects, and class discussions.
Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.
|NPM 6110||Legal and Governance Issues in Nonprofit Organizations||3|
|NPM 6120||Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations||3|
|NPM 6125||Promoting Nonprofit Organizations||3|
|NPM 6130||Fund-Raising and Development for Nonprofit Organizations||3|
|NPM 6140||Grant and Report Writing||3|
|NPM 6150||Human Resources Management in Nonprofit Organizations||3|
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
18 total quarter hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required