Program Overview

Lawrence Technological University offers a certificate program in Nonprofit Management and Leadership. The entire program requires 12 credits, and some of the courses in the curriculum include: Comprehensive Fund Development for Nonprofits, Leading change and Building Capacity for Nonprofits, and Strategic Nonprofit Management, as well as an elective of choice within the MBA in areas such as leadership, financial management, marketing, project management, human resource management, operations management and MIS.

The main focus in the curriculum is Strategic Nonprofit Management. Students learn management fundamentals that cross all sectors: for-profit, nonprofit and governmental agencies, how for-profit business leaders can establish and benefit from partnerships with nonprofit businesses, what leading experts say about the future of our society and role of nonprofit and for-profit relationships, and identify opportunities in the nonprofit sector for: corporate good will, new business strategies and markets, and career change options.

In nonprofit management programs, students learn how fundraising, effective leadership, and financial management can improve a nonprofit organization. More specifically, throughout the program students will learn to understand the role of the nonprofit sector and how it affects today’s society. Students will also be able to create and implement strategies to build communities of support. They will be exposed to comprehensive fundraising techniques by a nonprofit organization.

This degree can be taken entirely online.

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    Degree Level: Certificate

    Delivery Format: 100% Online

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    Accreditation & Licensing

    North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

    School Overview

    Lawrence Technological University is a four-year private school located in Southfield, Michigan. In 1932, the Lawrence brothers founded the school as the Lawrence Institute of Technology to be a school of engineering. The school’s current name was adopted in 1989 when the first master degree program was launched. Doctoral programs were first offered in 2002.

    Lawrence Technological University offers certificates of completion, associate’s degrees, bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees, and doctor’s degrees from the following colleges:

    • Architecture and Design
    • Arts and Sciences
    • Engineering
    • Management

     

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