Nonprofit Management
(Graduate Certificate)

Nonprofit organizations are more than about serving the public. They’re also a business. Learn how to manage nonprofit organizations with us.

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What You’ll Learn

Nonprofit organizations are unique. They must fulfill their mission with careful management of an organization's budget and employees. Students interested in managing a nonprofit organization should consider this graduate certificate.

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"I chose to pursue the Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management because I felt it was pertinent to be proficient in funneling information across sectors. Cross-disciplinary pursuits are not unique in the ecological/environmental realm and, commonly, large-scale projects are conducted as partnerships among public, private, and nonprofit stakeholders. This unique opportunity at Brockport thus seemed relevant to bridge an existing gap in my own understanding of that interface."

Eli Polzer ’16

Last Updated 1/17/18

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