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Thursday, 9th June 2011 at 12:49 pm
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Grow your skills as a professional in the community sector with QUT’s Graduate Certificate and Master of Business (Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies)


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Advance Your Career in the Community Sector - Sponsored Article
Thursday, 9th June 2011 at 12:49 pm

Want to accelerate your career, strengthen your management capabilities, or fortify your credentials as a specialist in the community sector?

Whatever your objective, QUT’s industry-recognised Graduate Certificate or Master of Business (Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies) is a great investment in your future.

The Graduate Certificate provides you with the foundations for high quality study and professional practice and is available via flexible delivery.

The Master of Business builds on the Graduate Certificate and can be tailored to meet your particular interests with opportunities to pursue specialist topics and practical work-related projects.

Individual units within each of the courses are also available to visiting and cross-institutional students.

Learn from lecturers who are leaders in research relevant to the field; and have real world experience and current engagement in the philanthropic and nonprofit sector through QUT’s Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies (ACPNS).

The program allows you to build your professional knowledge and skills in focal nonprofit topics, including governance, management, ethical practices, legal issues, fundraising, accounting, marketing, and social enterprise.

You will unravel the mysteries of fundraising and alternative income generation. You will learn how to build sustainable governance; master risk; comprehend tax exemptions, deductions and nonprofit corporate structures; tame management and financial accounts; as well as managing staff and volunteers ethically.

For further information, contact Professor Myles McGregor-Lowndes, The Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies, on (07) 3138 1020, email acpns@qut.edu.au or visit www.bus.qut.edu.au/research/cpns/whatweteach




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