Nonprofit Sector Management (Part-time) – Algonquin College

Program Info

School: Algonquin College
Faculty: Centre for Continuing and Online Learning
Degree: Post-diploma
Field of Study: Non-Profit/Public/Organizational Management
Description: This Ontario College Graduate Certificate program provides students with the skills and competencies necessary to work in non-profit organizations. Students learn about strategic planning, human resources, volunteer management, advocacy and community development, communications, legal and ethical considerations, governance, fundraising and donor management, financial management, advocacy and government relations and risk management.

The program of study focuses on student-centered learning while working in a technology-enhanced environment. Students prepare various assignments in the classroom and online to enhance the collaborative learning environment. This graduate certificate can help professionals advance their knowledge or develop new skills to pursue a career in the non-profit sector. To qualify for this certificate, program requirements must be met within five years.

URL: Nonprofit Sector Management (Part-time) at Algonquin College
Careers: Fundraising Consultants

Facts

LOCATION: Ottawa, Ontario
SCHOOL TYPE: College
LANGUAGE: English
FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE: 22,000 Students
ENTRANCE DATES: January, May, September
CANADIAN STUDENT TUITION STARTING AT $1,513
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TUITION STARTING AT $5,603
TELEPHONE: (613) 727-4723 – 7031
TOLL FREE: (800) 565-4723
FAX: (613) 727-7665
EMAIL: international@algonquincollege.com
ADDRESS: 1385 Woodroffe Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

About

Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology was established in 1967, and is located on the unceded territory of the Algonquin People. The College has served over 50 years as a leader in post-secondary education and undergone significant growth since its establishment. Algonquin students are sought out by employers in every industry due to the hands-on skills and career focus they gain from learning in realistic lab and classroom environments. By the time students graduate, they are ready to take on the work world.

 

Algonquin College provides on-campus housing for students, with a variety of room options to choose from. Whether you are looking for a female only room or a male only room, we have something that will fit your needs. Rooms are all shared occupancy, so you will be able to meet new people and make friends during your time here. Plus, our mandatory Meal Plan ensures that you always have access to food when you need it. Payment options are available, so don’t hesitate to get in touch with the school if you have any questions. 

Admissions

Prerequisites:* These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.
A two-year community college diploma (minimum) or equivalent. Applicants who have not completed a two-year community college diploma or a university degree may be considered based on relevant work experience and a personal interview.
Test Scores:
  • International English Language Testing System (academic or immigration) [min. 6.5] or Test of English as a Foreign Language (Internet Based) [min. 88]

Fees & Scholarships

International student:$18,114

Notes for Canadian Students:

College fees are set in accordance with the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities’ policies. Fees must be paid each term for you to officially register for your classes. Your costs will vary depending on your program of study, lifestyle and other variables.

Notes for International Students:

A differential fee will apply to international students. Please contact International at international@algonquincollege.com for current fee information.

Scholarships, prizes and awards are given in recognition of academic excellence, and can include money, plaques, books, medals, etc, or any combination thereof. They are given in recognition of achievement at a variety of levels (program, department, school), for various areas (subject, program, activity, student government, etc.) and often reflect the interest and commitment of donors from the community. Visit Financial Aid page for more information.

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