- Join us December 7th for “Grant Writing for Beginners” a one-day on-campus workshop. The registration deadline is 11:59pm central time on December 1st.
- The registration deadline for Winter Session is Wednesday, January 24th. Classes begin January 25th.
Customize Your Education
The CNM program provides you with a comprehensive introduction to nonprofit management. To earn the certificate, you will select and complete six courses that best meet your individual learning objectives. The CNM team will work with you to make these selections. For more information about customized guidance, please e-mail the CNM Program Advisor.
You may also register for one or more individual courses if you are interested in specific topics in nonprofit management.
Experienced, skilled instructors will guide you through a structured, interactive learning experience that features readings, interactive learning activities, discussion and hands-on exercises. The work experiences of CNM instructors cover a wide range of nonprofit disciplines, and the personalized guidance provided throughout the course is relevant, insightful and timely.
Your classmates will include other nonprofit professionals. Together you will share diverse insights that will deeply enrich your learning experience. Online CNM courses allow you to meet, work with and learn from nonprofit professionals from all over the country and around the globe.
All CNM courses are completely online, so you will be able to log on at any time. CNM courses include weekly structured online discussions with your classmates and instructor. You can participate in the courses whenever your schedule allows, but you must meet due dates for weekly assignments.
The non-credit nature of the program allows UIC to offer each course for $550. Each CNM course provides 50 hours of learning and instruction over a five-week period. (Note: Mastering Grant Writing is a six-week course and costs $650.)