The School of Social Work offers a 15-hour graduate certificate program in nonprofit management. The program consists of two required three-hour courses, six hours of electives and a three-hour capstone project. Students pursuing a Master of Public Administration can complete the non-profit management certificate.
How will I focus my studies?
Students enrolled in the certificate may choose a wide variety of electives, including appropriate courses in their field of study, employment, volunteer history or other interest. In the past, certificate students have elected courses in public administration, social work, sociology, political science, geography, agriculture, journalism and other disciplines.
Learn more at the Nonprofit Management site