Social Services and Nonprofit Management Certificate
Admission to the Certificate in the Social Services and Nonprofit Management Certificate is suspended.
This Social Services and Nonprofit Management Certificate is designed for students who desire to learn more about the theories and practical applications involved in managing a nonprofit organization. Students acquire skills to facilitate the internal, external issues as well as address cultural problems involved in the management of nonprofits. Topics include social welfare policy, conflict management and organizational psychology.
Transfer credit is accepted toward certificate completion, up to six hours. All courses are for credit and are transferable once a student is admitted to the BA Management, Applied Studies, Criminal Justice, Information Technology, or Paralegal Studies degree programs with the Social Services Nonprofit Management concentration, also at SCPS or to any other undergraduate degree-seeking program here at Loyola. Prerequisite coursework may be required.
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