The Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management is designed to enhance job skills, earn recognition, increase marketability, and meet professional development requirements. This is an interdisciplinary program housed in the Political Science department. The coursework focuses on the practical aspects of managing nonprofits, as well as the theoretical underpinnings of all organizations. With advisor approval, certificate program course credit may be applied towards a graduate degree in either Public Administration or Business Administration.
Students already enrolled in the Master of Public Administration or the Master of Business Administration should submit a Secondary Program Request form to Graduate Admissions. A prospective certificate-only student should apply for admission to Marshall University as a Professional Development student and select the application form for the Certificate in Nonprofit Management.
Plan Of Study
|PSC 532||Nonprofit Management||3|
|PSC 533||Public Adm & Policy Dev||3|
|PSC 553||Governmnt Budgetary Admin||3|
|MGT 672||Organizational Behavior||3|
|LS 626||Fundraising Management||3|
|Advisor Approved Course||3|
|Total Credit Hours||18|
NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT, GRADUATE CERTIFICATE