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The Nonprofit and Voluntary Action graduate certificate provides students with an understanding of management in the nonprofit, civil society, and non-governmental organization (NGO) sectors. As a supplement to another degree program, it provides useful knowledge and practical skill-building for students in any field who want to advance their careers in the nonprofit and/or public sector. The program covers a broad range of pertinent topics in public sector management, including board relations, technology, planning, nonprofit resource allocation, accountability, data, marketing, fundraising, and advocacy.
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Students in the Nonprofit and Voluntary Action Certificate Program gain valuable, marketable skills in:
Students enrolled in a graduate degree program who intend to pursue the Certificate Program should complete the Graduate Certificate Approval Form. The form must be signed by program director Kathy Denhardt and then sent to the Graduate College for processing.
Current UD undergraduate students can add the Certificate Program using the Graduate Certificate Enrollment Request Form for Current Undergraduate Students also available on the website of the Office of Graduate Studies. All courses must be taken at the 600-level rather than at the 400-level to count towards the Graduate Certificate.