Micro-Credential in Nonprofit Leadership and Development
We now offer a micro-credential for nonprofit professionals to advance their skills through leadership and development coursework. This fully online micro-credential is a partnership between the Baucus Institute's Department of Public Administration and Policy at the University of Montana and the Montana Nonprofit Association.
Why should I obtain a micro-credential?
What are the required courses?
NPAD 503 Program Planning and Evaluation
NPAD 506 Nonprofit Board Management
NPAD 512 Nonprofit Fundraising
What do I receive upon completing the micro-credential?
How much will it cost?
How do I apply?
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis for fall, spring, and summer.
Register on UMOnline.