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University of Missouri - Kansas City
(Graduate Credit Option)

How many graduate credits are the courses worth?

Fall Semester

 

Credits

Organizing for Successful Fundraising (Core Course)

2.0

Creating & Implementing the Annual Development Plan (Core Course)

2.0

Contemporary Trends in the Nonprofit Sector: The Impact on Fundraising (Elective Course)

1.0

Prospect Research & Proposal Writing (Elective Course)

1.0

Strategic Boards with Impact: New Work and Challenges (Elective Course)

1.0

Winter/Spring Semester

 

Credits

Organizing for Successful Fundraising (Core Course)

2.0

Creating & Implementing the Annual Development Plan (Core Course)

2.0

Direct Marketing and Direct Mail in Fund Raising (Elective Course)

1.0

Planned Giving & Major Gift Solicitation (Elective Course)

1.0

Prospect Research & Proposal Writing (Elective Course)

1.0

Summer Semester

 

Credits

Measurement and Evaluation for Fundraising Success and Social Impact (Elective Course)

1.0

Developing Campaigns and Working with Consultants (Elective Course)

1.0

Note: As a Visiting/Community Student you are limited to six (6) graduate credits per semester.

How much will it cost?

Use the UMKC Fee Estimator to get the cost for the graduate credit option. Click here (Hint: select the Graduate option under the semester the course is offered).

How do I proceed?

To get graduate academic credit for these fundraising courses you must apply as a Visiting/Community student. Click here

Note: After a semester is complete we cannot retroactively sign you up for graduate credit if you originally signed up for the class for non-graduate credit.

If you have any questions or need assistance please feel free to email or call (816) 235-5720. Note: Once a participant signs up for graduate credit the UMKC policies and procedures go into effect (fees, refund policies, etc. - to learn more about UMKC policies and procedures visit www.umkc.edu).

 

Henry W. Bloch School of Management
5110 Cherry Street
Kansas City, MO 64110
816-235-2305

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