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Nonprofit Management (Graduate Certificate)

This program prepares students for leadership positions in the rapidly growing nonprofit sector. This certificate offers students the business skills needed to solve the complex managerial problems faced by managers of nonprofit enterprises. Management, marketing, accounting, finance, fundraising, and legal issues are addressed in a nonprofit-specific context.
This certificate is available exclusively at Marymount's Reston Center. Visit the Reston Center website. Get maps and directions to the Reston Center here.
Minimum Grade and Course Completion Requirements: Students in this certificate must meet the University's academic standards for graduate students and achieve a minimum grade of C for each course required in the certificate. No course may be repeated more than once.
Certificate Requirements
18 credits
  • ACT 537 Accounting and Finance for Nonprofit Managers
  • MBA 515 Organizational Behavior
  • MGT 537 Nonprofit Management
  • MKT 537 Nonprofit Marketing
  • One (1) from the following: LA 557 Nonprofit Legal Issues, MKT 557 Fundraising