The Graduate Certificate in Fundraising Management is a nine-credit program. Students must take two required three-credit courses and three hours of elective coursework.
|PUR 6416||Public Relations and Fund Raising||3|
|MMC 6936||Fundraising Communication Fundamentals||3|
|MMC 6949||Professional Internship||1-3|
|EDH 6066||American Higher Education||3|
|EDH 6931||Special Topics in Higher Education||1-3|
|EDH 7635||Higher Education Administration||3|
|ENT 6008||Entrepreneurial Opportunity||2|
|ENT 6616||Creativity in Entrepreneurship||2|
|MAN 6447||Art and Science of Negotiation||2|
|MAN 6627||Cross Cultural Negotiation||2|
|MAN 7146||Seminar in Leadership||1-3|
|FYC 5106||Personal/Family Retirement & Estate Planning||3|
|SOP 6099||Survey of Social Psychology||2-3|
Note: The three elective credits can be substituted with graduate-level coursework in a relevant topic but must be approved before registration by the program coordinator and faculty adviser, Dr. Kathleen Kelly.
The Graduate Certificate in Fundraising Management follows the general academic policies of the College of Journalism and Communications’ Division of Graduate Studies and Research.