Non-Profit Management Certificate
In a rapidly changing world, non-profit and social-profit organizations require new ways to build and sustain capacity so they can scale up their social impact. Our online non-profit management courses and part-time program offer a fresh approach that will position you for success and help your organization realize its vision and mandate.
Why this program?
- Choose electives to suit your areas of interest
- Learn from industry professionals working in diverse fields
- Participate in interactive webinars with non-profit leaders and experts
- Apply your learning to a real-world initiative of your choice
- Graduate with a certificate that confers SFU alumni status along with its benefits
- Be eligible for admission to SFU’s Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (which can be applied toward an SFU MBA), even without an undergraduate degree
1–5 years (from start date of first course)
To graduate, pass all courses required to complete the program.
Self-paced within set assignment deadlines
Electives (choose 2 from each group):
See individual courses for textbook details
$855/course (not including textbooks)
$75 program application fee
No application deadline. Take individual courses and apply to the program at any time.
- Grade 12 or equivalent
- Mature students who do not meet this requirement may qualify with at least 5 years of appropriate experience
- English Language Requirements
Register for individual courses at any time, with the option to apply to the program later.
Enroll in the certificate program to:
- Track your progress in your student account
- Access potential tax credits
- Be eligible to graduate when you finish
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