The Certificate of Business Management for Nonprofits and You
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
The Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership is proud to partner with the Center for Management & Executive Education to introduce the new Certificate of Business Management for Nonprofits (CBM-NP). The CBM-NP is a 14 week program that provides timely, real world business practices with nonprofit case studies and applicability. The program covers core business principles and provides an understanding of how each area contributes to the success of an organization.
What is the CBM-NP?
The CBM-NP is a professional designation indicating its recipients have gained the skills and knowledge necessary to manage a nonprofit organization. The CBM-NP requires participation in an educational program at an accredited institution of higher learning and passage of a Certification test.
What can the CBM-NP do for you?
Enrolling in the Certificate of Business Management for Nonprofits program at the Crummer Graduate School of Business can help to advance your skills and marketability. Not only will you gain the credibility that comes with listing a certification on your resume, you will also position yourself as a motivated individual who actively seeks opportunities for learning and growth.
Individuals with the CBM-NP designation are viewed by peers and community leaders as someone who has a deeper understanding of the skills and knowledge needed to solve problems, contribute ideas, and offer solutions for a nonprofit organization. The skills and knowledge needed to propel your career and your organization to success.
How do you enroll in the CBM-NP Program?
To register, visit: http://ebi.rollins.edu/page/businessnp and complete the online application. Tuition is $2,695 with Early Bird Registration through November 30, 2016; and $2,995 after November 30, 2016.