Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management
The graduate certificate in nonprofit management provides an overview of central concepts in managing nonprofit organizations and is intended to meet the needs of students seeking a focused experience in order to prepare for or advance their careers in the nonprofit sector. Certificate students enroll in regular courses of the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration and earn graduate credit.
Specific admission requirements are shown on the Graduate Program Finder.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 12 credits.
|PPPA 6031||Governing and Managing Nonprofit Organizations|
|PPPA 6032||Managing Fund Raising and Philanthropy|
|Two of the following|
|PPPA 6016||Public and Nonprofit Program Evaluation|
|PPPA 6033||Nonprofit Enterprise|
|PPPA 6034||Managing Nonprofit Boards|
|PPPA 6053||Financial Management for Public and Nonprofit Organizations|
|PPPA 6058||International Development NGO Management|
Other Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration nonprofit courses may be offered periodically. With prior approval of the field advisor, certain non-Trachtenberg School courses at GW may be counted toward the elective group.