Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management Houston
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Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management Houston Proposed Schedule of Classes (dates and offering subject to change) Spring 2010 Management and Leadership of NP Organizations (PSAA 644) Examines of the distinctiveness nature of NP organizations and the leadership skills necessary for effective operation Tuesday night 5:00 – 8:00 PM (January 19 – May 12, 2010). Instructor: Will Brown Fall 2010 Philanthropy: Fund Raising in Nonprofit Organizations (PSAA 633) This course examines the theory and practice of fundraising and provides students with an overview of fundraising strategies to achieve of organizational goals. One evening a week (approx August 30 – December 16, 2010) Spring 2011 Foundations of the Nonprofit Sector (PSAA 643) Overview of the origins, size, scope, and composition of the nonprofit and voluntary sector in American society today Elective course (TBD) Cost for a Texas resident is approximately $1850 per course. Tuition and fees are contingent on approval and modification by the Texas Board of Regents. Financial aid is available. Bush School scholarships up to $500 per course may be provided to those individuals who secure matching funds from their agency. Scholarship funds are applied towards the tuition and fees for courses offered at the United Way facility in Houston as part of the graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management. Scholarships are made available through the generous support of the McFadden Trust for the Bush School. Graduate Courses are offered in cooperation with United Way of Greater Houston at the Community Resource Center, 50 Waugh Drive, Houston, Texas 77007. REGISTRATION INFORMATION These courses are offered as part of the Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management. For more information see our website (http://bush.tamu.edu/extendeded/cnpm/) or contact: The Office of Extended EducationTelephone: 1‐866‐988‐BUSH (2874) or 979‐862‐7810 E‐mail: firstname.lastname@example.org The Bush School is dedicated to preparing committed individuals to address the extraordinary challenges and opportunities of this ever‐changing epoch.