Service and leadership.

The undergraduate certificate in Interprofessional Nonprofit Leadership is designed to train leaders of nonprofit organizations how to use the latest management and strategic best practices to benefit their organizations and stakeholders.

This unique collaborative program is shared by the Collat School of Business, the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Education, and the School of Public Health. Our interdisciplinary approach emphasizes the interprofessional perspective application of best practices in leadership, management, and organization.

Who can benefit?

  • Students and professionals currently working in nonprofit-related fields.
  • Individuals wanting to prepare to succeed in nonprofit careers.

Request More Information

Contact Information

Counselor Contact Information

Parent/Family Information

Education History

High School

Last High School or College Attended

Most recently attended college or university

Major Information

If you are a current student and wish to change your major, be sure to speak with your current advisor(s). Find your advisor(s) listed on your student profile page when you log in to BlazerNET.

Then you can change your major on BlazerNET. Find more information here.


Courses and Program Requirements

To earn the certificate, students will take two management courses that include hands-on learning projects with local non-profits and two courses within other disciplines based on their career objectives and approval by academic advisor. This requirement allows students to explore the study of nonprofit organizations from the perspective of another discipline.

Required core courses

  • MG 305: Nonprofit Organizationl Management/SL
  • MG 405: Nonprofit Strategy and Entrepreneurship


Learn more about admission.


  • Advisor
    Daffany L. Anglin
    Management; Entrepreneurship (Last Names M-Z)
    CSB 357-B

Collat School of Business