Fundraise with confidence.
In many communities, nonprofit organizations exist to meet unmet needs, delivering essential services to individuals, families, and neighborhoods. In this certificate, you will focus on developing long-term and sustainable fundraising plans, how to raise more major gifts, reach and engage new supporters and the process to execute a capital campaign while retaining and empowering existing donors. In addition, you will also learn how to effectively implement the three R’s of volunteer management: Recruit, Retain, and Reward while learning the key steps for successful nonprofit event planning.
Curriculum & Costs
These courses are not eligible for financial aid unless the student is enrolled in an eligible program. Please see an advisor to determine financial aid eligibility.
Curriculum shown is for students entering the program. Current students should see their advisor as curriculum/courses shown here may not represent courses needed for currently enrolled students.
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All costs are approximate and subject to change. Book prices range in cost due to availability of e-books (lowest cost), rental, used, and new books. Textbook rental and e-books are not available for all programs. Please see tuition and fee schedule for breakdown of these costs.
Current students should view their Degree Audit in the Student Portal.
|Course #||Credits||Course Title||Session||Cost|
|10-196-305||3||Meeting and Event Planning||Fall Session 1||$468.18|
|10-196-304||3||Board Relations and Volunteer Management||Spring Session 1||$468.18|
|10-196-307||3||Non-profit Revenue Generation 1||Summer||$468.18|
|10-196-309||3||Non-profit Revenue Generation 2||Fall Session 1||$468.18|
|Total Credits: 12 Total Costs*: $1872.72|
Note: Session 1 = 1st 8 weeks; Session 2 = 2nd 8 Weeks
* These costs reflect the in-state rates