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Global Affairs and Fundraising Certificate in Fundraising

Diploma Description

To earn a certificate, students must declare their candidacy at the start of their program of study. To do so, please use the button above.

This Professional Certificate is designed for those working in fundraising, marketing, finance, nonprofit management, and related fields who are interested in gaining a greater understanding of the various frameworks, tools, and strategies of the field. This certificate consists of three required courses and three electives. Students must receive a grade for a course to be used toward the credential. Virtual program completion will be available even after onsite activities resume.

For more information about the Certificate in Fundraising, please contact Robert Lesko at rl10@nyu.edu.

 

Must be completed within

3 years

Program Curriculum

COURSES THAT GIVE YOU THE SKILLS AND TRAINING YOU NEED TO START YOUR NEW CAREER

Program Curriculum

COURSES THAT PROVIDE FOUNDATIONAL INFORMATION IN THE FIELD WITH OPTIONS TO SPECIALIZE IN AN AREA RELEVANT TO YOUR NEEDS

REQUIRED COURSES

All Courses Required

Fundraising Concepts and Practices

Learn theories and concepts of fundraising, from the basics to new ideas, with applications to practical cases and situations.

2021 Spring
1 section

Writing Grant Proposals and Case Statements

Learn how to write effective grant proposals and case statements—necessities for increasing funding for your nonprofit.

2021 Spring
2 sections

Law, Ethics, and Board Governance in Philanthropic Organizations

Examine institutions, processes, and policies related to ethical behavior, legal compliance, and effective governance in the nonprofit sector.

2021 Spring
+ 1 more semester
2 sections

ELECTIVES

Complete 3

Major Gifts for Nonprofit Organizations

Learn about the solicitation process and management tools, such as moves management, prospect research, and identification of major prospects.

Perspectives on Corporate and Foundation Philanthropy

Examine the philosophy that motivates corporate and foundation giving, reviewing past and current trends and priorities.

Philanthropy and Fiscal Management

Gain a basic overview of nonprofit financial management, including tax-exempt status, financial statement preparation, and reporting.

2021 Spring
1 section

Planned Giving

Discuss planned giving techniques and their benefits, tax and otherwise, to encourage donors to leave meaningful charitable legacies.

Digital Storytelling, Innovation, and Fundraising

Learn to leverage digital platforms to effectively raise awareness about a cause, diversify fundraising, and innovate to become more relevant.

2021 Spring
1 section

Annual Appeal Campaigns

Acquire annual appeal process fundamentals and techniques to increase individual donors’ support, and learn how to cultivate new donors.

2021 Spring
1 section

General Admission Requirements

For those who have completed some college Completion of 32 credits with at least 2 years work experience OR 60 credits with no work experience required

Fundraising Concepts and Practices

Learn theories and concepts of fundraising, from the basics to new ideas, with applications to practical cases and situations.

2021 Spring
1 section

Writing Grant Proposals and Case Statements

Learn how to write effective grant proposals and case statements—necessities for increasing funding for your nonprofit.

2021 Spring
2 sections

Law, Ethics, and Board Governance in Philanthropic Organizations

Examine institutions, processes, and policies related to ethical behavior, legal compliance, and effective governance in the nonprofit sector.

2021 Spring
+ 1 more semester
2 sections

Major Gifts for Nonprofit Organizations

Learn about the solicitation process and management tools, such as moves management, prospect research, and identification of major prospects.

Perspectives on Corporate and Foundation Philanthropy

Examine the philosophy that motivates corporate and foundation giving, reviewing past and current trends and priorities.

Philanthropy and Fiscal Management

Gain a basic overview of nonprofit financial management, including tax-exempt status, financial statement preparation, and reporting.

2021 Spring
1 section

Planned Giving

Discuss planned giving techniques and their benefits, tax and otherwise, to encourage donors to leave meaningful charitable legacies.

Digital Storytelling, Innovation, and Fundraising

Learn to leverage digital platforms to effectively raise awareness about a cause, diversify fundraising, and innovate to become more relevant.

2021 Spring
1 section

Annual Appeal Campaigns

Acquire annual appeal process fundamentals and techniques to increase individual donors’ support, and learn how to cultivate new donors.

2021 Spring
1 section