Grant Writing Certificate
The Department of Leadership and Organizational Administration offers the online graduate certificate in Grant Writing. The certificate is offered exclusively online and admits for all terms on the Clarksville and Ft. Campbell campuses.
This online program is designed for professionals who have already earned a Bachelor's degree and would like to earn a graduate credential while building skills in grant writing. The twelve-hour graduate certificate can be earned in as little as two eight-week terms. Completion of this certificate will allow students to transition directly into the Master of Professional Studies in Strategic Leadership, if desired. The certificate classes will count as four of the ten courses required for the MPS degree.
Why complete a certificate in Grant Writing?
Upon completion of the Grant Writing Certificate, students will be able to:
- Understand the elements of a grant proposal
- Research opportunities for potential grant funding for projects relevant to the student’s personal or professional goal
- Communicate effectively with grant funding agencies and foundations
- Critically analyze grant proposals
- Create a professional, competitive grant proposal
- Properly manage grant funds, grant project timelines, and the grant closeout process
Students will complete this 12-hour program by taking four online courses, including two core courses in grant writing and two elective courses. Completion of this certificate will allow students to transition directly into the Master of Professional Studies in Strategic Leadership, if desired. The certificate classes will count as four of the ten courses required for the Masters of Professional Studies in Strategic Leadership degree.
Interested in applying to this program? View the criteria for admission to graduate programs offered by the Department of Leadership & Organizational Administration in APSU's Graduate Bulletin. To apply for admission, click here.
To learn more about this program, contact our Graduate Coordinator:
Dr. Kathryn Woods, Associate Professor for Leadership and Organizational Administration