Dec 03, 2022  
2021-2022 Professional and Continuing Education Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Professional and Continuing Education Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Nonprofit Management Certificate


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Suzanne Rossi - Program Coordinator

ssrossi@oakland.edu

420 Varner Hall
Oakland University
Rochester, MI 48309-4401
(248) 370-4117

Please click to visit our website for the most up-to-date program information: Nonprofit Management Certificate Website

Program Description

With the increased demand for sustainable funding streams, program metrics verifying outcomes, and new technical skills surrounding nonprofit management, community leaders have requested our help. Oakland University’s NPMC requires completion of 6 courses listed below. All six will be offered in rotation and students can begin the certificate instruction with the next available course. These are non-credit courses offered as 10 person minimum cohorts. 

Other program details:

  • Non-credit
  • Tuesday evenings 6-9PM in class on OU campus with additional 3 contact hours online
  • 42 total contact hours per course.
  • Each course takes 7 weeks to complete. Whole certificate completed in one year.
  • Course instructors are accomplished local nonprofit leaders who specialize in the topic area they teach.
  • Students completing this certificate can earn up to 117 CFRE CE points toward CFRE certification or re-certification.

Registration Requirements

No application required. Follow the registration link and select browse by subject to find CE Nonprofit Management. You will see the courses, dates offered, and price. Simply select the ADD button and follow the instructions. For help: Review the PACE webpage or call: 248-370-3177 or email oupace@oakland.edu

25% Prepayment discount on purchase of entire certificate for Michigan Nonprofit Association Members. Login to this link at MNA for discount code.


Program Requirements

The NPMC requires the completion of 6 courses, and all 6 will be offered in rotation. Students can begin the certificate instruction with the next available course. These are non-credit courses offered as 10 person minimum cohorts. 


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