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Certificates

You don’t need to enroll in a graduate program at the Mandel School to take advantage of its top-ranked education. Pursue a certificate designed for people who seek additional knowledge and training to achieve their goals.

The following certificates are for students NOT enrolled in one of our master’s programs. (MSSA students interested in certificate programs should visit the Social Work Master’s Degree: Cleveland page, and MNO students should visit the Nonprofit Management Degree page.)

The nonprofit management program at Case Western Reserve is one of the oldest in the nation, with a rich 30-year history and a new curriculum that continues its leadership on the cutting-edge of graduate nonprofit management education. Tap that expertise with a Certificate in Nonprofit Management (CNM), a credential requiring just 15 academic credit hours. The CNM may be done concurrently while pursuing an MSSA degree on campus or may be taken as a stand-alone credential.

CNM requirements are:
1. SASS 411 Nonprofit Dialogues (3 hours)
2. Four 3-hour courses from the curriculum listing for the Master of Nonprofit Organizations, selected in consultation with academic adviser

How To Apply
Click here for complete instructions and deadlines. Students already accepted or enrolled in the MSSA degree program should apply to CNM before the end of their first semester of MSSA study, using the supplemental application.

For More Information
Contact Mandel School Admissions at MandelSchool@case.edu or Robert Fischer, Ph.D., Director of the Nonprofit Management program, at fischer@case.edu.

Do you have a desire to help school children? Be an integral part of a school team? Assist at-risk youth? Explore the Mandel School’s School Social Work Program, designed to train school social workers and provide them with competencies to practice in a variety of traditional and nontraditional primary and secondary education settings.

This is a cooperative program between the Mandel School and Baldwin Wallace University’s School of Education. It is consistent with Ohio’s Department of Education regulations and professional standards developed by the National Association of Social Workers. Once you complete our School Social Work program, you will possess the eligibility to apply for licensure. Please select the track that applies to you:

School Social Work for Currently-Enrolled MSSA Students

School Social Work for MSSA and MSW Graduates