UTS will offer courses leading to a Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership and Grantwriting in the summer of 2013.
The certificate will include the following 6 graduate level courses:

nonprofit leadership and grantwriting

  • Executive Leadership in the Nonprofit Sector
  • Program Design and Management
  • Financial Management
  • Fundamentals of Professional Fundraising
  • Grantmanship: Grantwriting
  • Project Management & Resources

According to Dr. Kathy Winings, Vice President of Academic Affairs, the series of courses is intended to provide the practical knowledge, skills and tools to become effective leaders of nonprofit organizations who can develop sound fundraising strategies and programs and who can effectively manage such programs and organizations. Through the courses, students will learn everything from the basics of Annual Giving campaigns, Major Gifts and Planned Giving along with writing Letters of Intent to reporting and closing out grants. She explained that "all faculty teaching in the Program are experienced in successful grant writing and nonprofit leadership."

Courses will be offered as weekend intensives, week-long intensives, online or as weekly classes. Dr. Winings stated, “Today’s ministries require new skills and knowledge in order to expand and grow. Whether you are engaged in planting churches or shepherding a congregation, funding and management are a central part of your ministry, requiring new knowledge and skills!”

To learn more, contact: Dr. Kathy Winings, UTS Vice President of Academic Affairs at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , (212) 563‐6647 x101 | Download the program flier here!

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