Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership

Maximize your individual strengths and potential as an effective business leader with a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership.

Business

Department of Business

A passion for the mission

Whether you work in a hospital, a volunteer-based organization, a university or a church, nonprofit organizations require a special skillset to bring the organization's mission to life. You need a wide range of knowledge about public relations, program evaluation, board governance, fundraising and volunteer recruitment. With a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management, you’ll gain the practical knowledge you need while receiving a holistic, faith-based education.

Program Overview

Our Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership combines the strength of the graduate-level curriculum with the deeper study of management issues and operations unique to nonprofit organizations. You’ll have the opportunity to learn from experts in the field who bring their real-world experience into the classroom. They’ll immerse you in subjects like governance and board development, fundraising strategies, volunteer recruitment, publicity and public relations, financial and legal issues, program evaluation and fraud prevention.

What to Expect

You’re going to make a big impact in organizations that are doing meaningful and crucial work. You’ll have the know-how to start a nonprofit and strategically think through all the steps - from financial planning to board governance and marketing efforts. You’ll have a deeper understanding of how to breathe life into an organization’s mission and communicate it to others. Not only will you be equipped to achieve significant influence by applying critical concepts that drive effective nonprofit organizations, but you’ll also graduate from the program with increased financial competence, an ability to lead diverse groups of people and strategic problem-solving skills.

Locations
  • Ann Arbor
  • Online

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