Nonprofit Organizations

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The Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Organizations: Development and Management is for graduate students in other majors who complete four of the core courses in the nonprofit curriculum. This certificate program will help meet the need for understanding the nonprofit organizations that provide employment for many graduates. Students must be pursuing a graduate degree in some other college of UGA to apply for this certificate program.

School/College

School of Social Work
Tucker Hall
Athens, GA 30602-7016
Phone: 706/542-5461

Academic Department

Institute for Nonprofit Organizations
416 Tucker Hall
Athens, GA 30602-7016
Phone: 706/542-5461

Contacts

Graduate Coordinator

Michelle Carney

706/542-5467

The Institute’s Certificate Program in Nonprofit Organizations: Development and Management is for graduate students in other majors who complete four of the core courses in the nonprofit curriculum. This certificate program will help meet the need for understanding the nonprofit organizations that provide employment for many graduates. The program consists of a minimum of four courses of 3 semester hours each, drawn from the core courses of the Master's degree curriculum of the Institute. In some cases, one of the courses toward the Certificate may come from a different field if the relationship to the nonprofit sector, issues, or management is clear.
Students must be pursuing a graduate degree in some other college of UGA to apply for this certificate program and must submit a letter of intent to pursue the certificate as well as "The Request for Admittance to the Certificate Program in Nonprofit Organizations: Development and Management Form". Please see the program web site for program specifics and application information.

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Course Descriptions

CERT

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