• Nonprofit Measurement Certificate

    Measure success, successfully.

    Continuously assessing and improving the services and programs of nonprofits is critical to their ongoing success. Program measurement skills are vital to leaders guiding today's nonprofits, including program managers who report to funders and leadership team members who drive strategic alignment with organizational resources.

    With this certificate you will advance your program measurement skills and knowledge. Gain an in-depth understanding of program evaluation by investigating the principal methodologies of research and evaluation: quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods. In addition, develop skills for collecting and analyzing data to solve problems, assist in strategic decision-making, and improve programs and organizations.

    Program Overview

    On campus

    Every January; one night a week; 5:45–9:45 p.m.

    Time to complete:
    One semester (16 weeks)

    2 courses


    • Data Analytics and Decision Making (4 credits, 8 weeks)
    • Program Evaluation and Assessment (4 credits, 8 weeks)

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    To find out how you can enroll in this certificate program, contact a graduate admission counselor and request information or apply now to start.

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