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Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership


The Department of Family, Youth and Community Sciences offers a graduate level Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership designed for professionals that would like to go from working for an organization to leading the organization. The nonprofit sector is increasing in scope and in number of organizations with more than 837,000 nonprofits in the United States, all of which need trained leaders to carry out their organization’s mission (The National Council of Nonprofit Associations).

Nonprofits are an important part of the economy, operating in the areas of health care, education, social services, arts, recreation, business/professional associations, and religious organizations. They serve many societal needs and are important for the implementation of government programs and initiatives at the local, state, and federal level.

Program: Graduate Certificate (Certificate) Length: 4 courses
Delivery: Web Requirements: Computer Requirements
College: The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
Department: Family, Youth & Community Sciences
Admissions: Applications accepted for Fall, Spring and Summer terms Admissions Information
Prerequisites: at least one year of work experience, at least a 2.5 undergraduate GPA, not be currently enrolled in a degree seeking program.
Nicole Sloan
Distance Education Coordinator
tel: (352) 273-3531
Agricultural and Life Sciences
Family, Youth, and Community Sciences
PO Box 110310
Gainesville, FL 32611

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