"The Certificate in Nonprofit Management develops leaders for the nonprofit sector, contributes to understanding nonprofit organizations and their role in society, and supports the practice of effective management."
Offered online, on-campus, or a combination of both, the Certificate in Nonprofit Management is an outstanding addition to the resume of anyone working with nonprofits or interested in a career in the nonprofit sector, nonprofit organizational structures, and management practices appropriate to the sector. Upon completion of the certificate, students will be able to offer effective leadership in the management of nonprofit organizations. Courses are taught by nationally and internationally acclaimed faculty members, oftentimes accompanied with a student presence of full time working professionals who bring unique experiences and expertise to the classroom.
These areas of study are available for a choice of certificate emphasis:
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Certificate students come from various backgrounds. Many are full time professionals seeking a stand-alone credential for career advancement, with the added bonus of transferable hours that might count as credit toward a graduate degree. Many other certificate students are full time, degree-seeking Texas A&M graduate students adding a special notation of certificate completion to their transcripts. To learn about the Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management, view this program’s gainful employment disclosures.
The Certificate in Nonprofit Management requires completion of 12 graduate credit hours and is offered all online, all on-campus, or through a combination of both. Two courses are required along with two electives from a variety of course offerings (see overview below). Need more information? Email an Enrollment Advisor or call 1-866-988-BUSH (2874).
Check out the types of career paths and/or advancement opportunities pursued by certificate awardees.
|Career||Occupational Code from O*net Code|
|Community and Social Services Specialists||21-1099.00|
|General and Operations Managers||11-1021.00|
|Public Relations Managers||11-2031.00|
|Public Relations Specialists||27-3031.00|
|Social and Community Service Managers||11-9151.00|
|Social and Human Service Assistants||21-1093.00|
|Training and Development Managers||11-3042.00|
|Writers and Author (e.g. grant-writing)||27-3043.33|
Complete your Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management in 24 months or less. Financial Aid is available!
"The CNPM program offered at The Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M offers the most rewarding and "real-life" challenging graduate courses that I have ever experienced. It was the course description and the delivery method that initially caught my attention. The work is hard (I'm not going to lie) and the schedule is demanding... but the payoff - the knowledge learned, is unsurpassable."
— Barbara J. Ward,
Class of 2010