Are you in a new leadership position or interested in pursuing a leadership position within a nonprofit? If so, this course is for you!
This is a self-paced course comprised of 10 modules all of which are offered completely online through the Canvas Learning Management System. To earn the certificate for this program, completion of all ten modules is required. The fee for the entire certificate program is $500. To register for the entire certificate program (all ten modules) click here.
Modules may be taken in any order and can be taken individually for continuing education for a fee of $75 each. To view all ten modules, click here.
All module assignments are due within 6 months from the day of registration. It is estimated that it will take approximately 2- 2 1/2 hour(s) to complete each entire module.
Participants who successfully complete all 10 modules will receive Temple University Harrisburg’s Nonprofit Management Certificate.
This certificate program focuses on cultivating an understanding and development of interrelated skills that are fundamental to non-profit management. Through the program modules, you will develop knowledge of and practices for:
- theoretical and practical applications of organizational and planning theories/models;
- inter-organizational relationships; and
- functions of public, private and non-profit organizations, and human resources
Special emphasis is given to organizational vision, multitasking, and innovation in a dynamic environment.
Topics include organizational structure, leadership, governance, program design and development, managing for performance, marketing, and communications, resource development, advocacy, public policy, and cultural humility. Assignments facilitate self-discovery of knowledge and the development of a variety of professional skills.
Module 6: Administrative and Financial Management
Key topics that will be covered in this module are:
- Budgeting and cash flow
- Risk management
- Fiscal monitoring rations
- Financial Performance Ratios
- Cash Flow Projections
- Internal Financial Controls
Learner OutcomesUpon successful completion of this module, you will be able to analyze the role of supervision, staff development, and training within the context of nonprofit values and ethics.
Instructions for setting up your AccessNet account to connect to Canvas, the learning management system used by Temple University for online course content
Please contact Pamela Vierra at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions related to setting up your AccessNet account and connecting to Canvas.
How to Succeed in this course
Participants will need to complete and pass every activity in order to pass each module and qualify for either the continuing education certificate or the Program Certificate if enrolled in all 10 modules. An 80% must be obtained from each module in order to obtain the continuing education certificate or the Program Certificate if enrolled in all 10 modules
- All module assignments are due within 6 months from the day of registration
- It is estimated that it will take approximately 2 hours to complete each entire module
Possessing a basic level of technical competency and comfort level will help you to be successful in the program. You must have the hardware (desktop or laptop, tablet or smartphone) and software (Browsers such as Chrome, Safari, Firefox or Microsoft Edge) to access the internet. A broadband internet connection (DSL, cable, fiber, etc.) is recommended with a hardwired Ethernet cable. Wireless (Wi-Fi) connections may be utilized but a weak or congested signal may cause issues with video buffering or content access.
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Nonprofit Management Certificate Program : NonProfit Management