Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management
Harry S Truman School of Public Affairs
101 Middlebush Hall
The graduate certificate in nonprofit management provides students with the managerial, fiduciary, and analytical tools necessary for leadership of nonprofit entities. The goal is to develop and hone skills that can be used to achieve organizational missions uniquely aimed at serving the interests of the community.
Students do not need to be enrolled in a graduate degree program at MU to participate.
As one of the fastest growing sectors in today’s economy, nonprofit organizations have undergone a professionalization in management, with board members changing their orientation from one of personal networks to a bottom-line, information-based outlook. Successful nonprofit organizations today thrive on their ability to compete effectively in the marketplace, read community needs and priorities, and deliver appropriate services within budget.
Plan of Study for the Nonprofit Management Certificate
Students must complete 12 credit hours to receive the certificate.
|PUB_AF 8520||Human Resources Management and Development in Public and Nonprofit Sector||3|
|PUB_AF 8720||Budgeting and Financial Management in the Nonprofit Sector||3|
|PUB_AF 8710||The Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector||3|
The fourth course is an elective chosen in consultation with the certificate coordinator from among the courses offered by the Truman School or by another graduate unit at MU.
Federal Gainful Employment disclosure information for this Graduate Certificate is available at gradstudies.missouri.edu/academics/programs/nonprofit-management-graduate-certificate/nonprofit-mgmt-ge/Gedt.html.