THEN...the nonprofit management certificate program at UNCG may be for you!
These are the features of this certificate program:
The curriculum should prepare all students to understand:
Required Core Courses: (9 hours)
Choice: Three of these one-hour courses in the Topics in Public Affairs offerings (3 hours)
Students will also be required to develop a professional portfolio of their course projects and materials to demonstrate their proficiency in nonprofit work.
The required and recommended courses are offered in coordination with the nonprofit management concentration in the Master of Public Affairs program.
The following must be submitted to the Graduate School by July 1(fall semester); November 1 (spring), or April 1 (summer):
No test is required.
FINANCIAL AID: Loans are available for this Certificate program for eligible students enrolling in at least 3 hours on campus or 5 hours online. (See Financial Aid)
This program allows students without an MPA degree who enroll in the certificate program to apply to the MPA program, and receive 12 hours of credit toward the degree. However, satisfactory completion of the certificate program does not guarantee admission to the MPA program. All other admission criteria, including transcripts, test scores, letters of recommendation and a supplemental application would have to be completed by the applicant and reviewed by the faculty. Admitted students would have to complete the MPA degree within five years from the beginning of the certificate enrollment to the completion of the degree.
Questions: Contact Cheryl Hylton, Graduate Program Assistant (email@example.com) or 334-5093.
Disclosure statement: Nineteen students completed the NPM certificate during the 2013-14 academic year within an average of 1.5 years. These graduates are employed in the following positions: Research Specialist for a state Division of Public Health; Senior Associate for a local Nonprofit; Development Intern for National Multiple Sclerosis Society; Program Coordinator for a Hospital System; Marketing Director for a Nonprofit Animal Shelter; Development Officer in the North Carolina University System; 2 Program Directors in a local Nonprofit; State Representative for the State of New Hampshire; Social Research and Evaluation Manager in the North Carolina University System; Military Services Representative, Department of Veteran's Affairs; Development Assistant for a local Children's Nonprofit; Resident Director for local University System; Civic Volunteer; Grantwriter for a local Nonprofit; an MPA Student and two are unknown. The estimated cost of the program for 2013-2014 is $4548.53 for instate tuition and fees. Books, room and board are additional costs. Distance education classes have a significantly lower cost $3574.55
CIP Code: NPM: 52.0206
UNCG OPEIOD: 002976
Credential Level: 04
SOC Codes: 11-9151.00/21-1099.00/21-2099.00/21-1099.00