Graduate Certificate in Grantsmanship
Harry S Truman School of Public Affairs
101 Middlebush Hall
The Truman School offers one of the few completely online grant writing certificate programs in the country, making it easy to fit classes into a busy schedule. Students will learn to write grant proposals and manage grant funded programs effectively. Learn winning grant writing techniques and proper grant management with this four-course graduate certificate in grantsmanship. Our program is well suited for a variety of audiences, including community-based professionals in nonprofit organizations, state and local government and educators in K-12 settings. Graduate and post-doctoral students and young faculty members who are seeking to become more competitive in research careers dependent on external funding will find this certificate to be useful.
Students do not need to be enrolled in a graduate degree program at MU to participate in the program.
Students must complete 12 credit hours to receive the certificate. Students may begin this program in the summer or fall semesters.
|PUB_AF 8830||Grant Writing I||3|
|PUB_AF 8831||Grant Writing II||3|
|PUB_AF 8832||Sponsor Relationships||3|
|PUB_AF 8833||Grant Award Management||3|
Federal Gainful Employment disclosure information for this Graduate Certificate is available at https://gradstudies.missouri.edu/fged/44.0401-Gedt-Grantsmanship.html