The graduate nonprofit leadership certificate is a cooperative educational program
between the College of Social and Behavioral Science and the College of Allied Health
and Nursing. This 15-credit graduate certificate is specifically designed to respond to
the employment needs and opportunities within one of the fastest growing sectors of the economy. The nonprofit leadership certificate is a multidisciplinary program for graduate students and nonprofit practitioners interested in gaining knowledge and skills for success and advancement in nonprofit leadership.
Students must meet the admission requirements of the College of
Graduate Studies and Research.
NPL 673 Survey of Nonprofit Leadership and Management (3)
Program Planning and Evaluation
URBS 513 Urban Program Evaluation (3) OR SOC 566 Program Planning (3) OR WOST 600 Collective Action (3)
ART 534 Arts Administration (3) OR RPLS 573 Administration of Leisure Time Programs (3) OR SOC 517 Program Administration (3)
Financial Management and Development
URBS 553 Grants Administration (3) OR RPLS 565 Event Management (3)
The student is required to also complete a three credit internship in a qualifying nonprofit organization through one of the sponsoring departments (SOC 695, SOC
697, CORR 698, SOWK 697, RPLS 697, URBS 697, or WOST 698).