NOTE: This program has been sunset. If you are currently enrolled in the program, you may complete your coursework according to the planned schedule of offerings that was emailed to you. We are no longer accepting applications for new students.
Take your drive and passion for the nonprofit sector and build advanced skills to ensure success. Benefit from the experience of completing the program as a cohort, and sharing the experience from beginning to end with a tight-knit group of individuals with varying expertise and a similar mindset. Collaborate and share ideas with other professionals, while growing your professional network.
Learning Format Online
Duration 9-12 months
*Duration times can vary talk to your student success coach for more information.
Total Units 15 Units
Participants in this certificate program obtain an in-depth examination of the essential roles and responsibilities for growing nonprofit organizations, including:
Recruiting, managing, and supporting top talent
Acquiring the resources needed to effectively deliver programs and services
Implementing systems, policies and practices for better financial results
Measuring and improving programs and services by identifying the correct outcomes and properly evaluating impact and efficiency
Those who are experienced nonprofit leaders.
Prior to enrolling, please ensure that you meet the following minimum requirements:
Three or more years of experience as a nonprofit manager/executive
OR, completion of the Nonprofit Management Certificate Program or equivalent post-secondary training
Required (15 Units )
Building Nonprofit CapacityGain an understanding of the ever-present nature of change at work in nonprofit organizations, and examine the various stages in the lifecycle of an organization.
Nonprofit Financial ManagementA focus on helping the leader manage the organization's finances responsibly and professionally, including federal reporting requirements, ensuring proper systems and controls are in place to protect the organization, and increasing revenues and decreasing expenses.