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Certificate in Not-for-Profit Management

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Certificate in Not-for-Profit Management

Certificate in Not-for-Profit Management





*Two-Year Certificate Program (15 credit hours)

The Certificate in Not-for-Profit Management program is
designed for Salvation Army personnel and key management
staff. This program consists of online courses covering four
significant themes of Salvation Army business management
and administration: 1)Human Resources; 2)Program Design
and Management; 3)Financial Management; 4)Strategic
Planning and Leadership.

The Not-for-Profit Management Certificate program consists
of four online courses and a capstone course integrating all
of the content material. The capstone course is constructed
as a series of face-to-face intensive sessions over the
two-year period of the certificate program that will supplement
online learning with specific Salvation Army policies and
procedures relating to these themes. Additionally, the intensive
sessions will serve as the basis for a distinct capstone course
engaging certificate participants in a project relevant to their
ministry context.

MGT 201
Human Resource Management in
Not-for-Profit Organizations
(3 credit hours) (online)

This course examines the fundamental challenges of managing human
resources in the not-for-profit workplace. Topic areas to be covered
include (but are not limited to): strategic human resource planning,
compensation, recruitment and selection, performance management,
and operating in a unionized environment.

MGT 202
Program Design, Proposal Writing and Project
Management in Not-for-Profit Organizations
(3 credit hours) (online)

The first half of this course examines the effective delivery of projects
and programs in a not-for-profit setting. Topics to be covered include:
program design and planning, securing resources, proposal writing
(including grant applications) and program evaluation. The second
half of this course focuses on both the technical and leadership sides
of project management. Topics include: scope and activity planning,
scheduling, budgeting, risk management, communication, project
monitoring and evaluation.

MGT 203
Financial Management in Not-for-Profit Organizations
(3 credit hours) (online)

This course examines the fundamentals of financial management
including an overview of basic accounting and finance models and
concepts. Topic areas to be covered include: recording and reporting
financial transactions, basic financial analysis, cash flow and capital
budgeting, financial planning, evaluation and control. Note that this
course is designed for not-for-profit managers without a formal
background in financial management.

MGT 204
Strategy and Leadership in Not-for-Profit Organizations
(3 credit hours) (online)

This course focuses on the integration of strategy and leadership in
a not-for-profit setting. Topic areas to be covered include: strategic
planning and monitoring, strategic analysis, change management,
effective leadership, organizational innovation, ethics, politics, effective
communication, negotiation, conflict resolution, and global leadership.

MGT 205
Not-for-Profit Management Certificate Capstone
(3 credit hours) (intensive)

The capstone course consists of a series of three face-to-face sessions
over the course of the Not-for-Profit Management certificate’s two-year
sequence. It is designed to apply specific Salvation Army policies and
procedures to the general principles provided in the other courses in
the certificate program, concluding with a final project relevant to a
Salvation Army ministry unit or region.


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