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The Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Fund Development is designed to provide present and future fund development professionals with the knowledge and skills for successful fundraising in the nonprofit sector.

The certificate covers six major knowledge areas: current and prospective donor research, relationship building, securing the gift, volunteer involvement, grant writing and management, and accountability. Students will receive professional, academic education in fund development theory and practice to support capacity building and sustainability of the sector.

Course Curriculum

A Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Fund Development consists of four required classes.
Required courses include:
  • PAD 5110 Seminar in Nonprofit Management
  • PAD 5150 Understanding and Achieving Funding Diversity
PLUS two of the following courses:
  • PAD 5140 Nonprofit Financial Management
  • PAD 5150 Understanding and Achieving Funding Diversity
  • PAD 6115 Grant Writing

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Gainful Employment Certificate

Gainful Employment Programs are standalone Title IV-eligible Certificate Programs. Title IV Programs are eligible for Federal Student Aid Grants, Federal Student Aid Loans or Federal Student Aid Work-Study.

For more information regarding graduation rates, the median debt of students completing our certificate programs, and other important information, please visit the University of Colorado Colorado Springs Institutional Research.