CSU Global Launches Undergraduate Certificate and Specialization in Fundraising

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CSU Global is excited to announce the launch of its new specialization and certificate in Fundraising. The skill set taught within this program serves as the perfect complement to any nonprofit organization that’s looking to bring in additional project funds.

Fundraising’s curriculum teaches students how to develop event and campaign strategies, promote organizational missions, keep track of efforts, and more. Those who complete the Fundraising specialization or certificate will be prepared for roles in entry-level fundraising careers and work toward lofty positions in public relations, grantwriting, event planning, and management.

Learning outcome goals for the Undergraduate Specialization and Certificate in Fundraising include:

  • Foster philanthropy among organizational communities.
  • Demonstrate effective fundraising practices and strategies.
  • Implement frameworks to cultivate and retain donors.
  • Integrate financial analysis, forecasting, budgeting, and reporting for fundraising.
  • Secure, negotiate, and manage grant awards from funding sources.
  • Create a comprehensive communications plan to meet fundraising goals.

To learn more about career outlooks and required courses for the Fundraising Certificate and Specialization, visit the CSU Global Fundraising web page.

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