Graduate level grant writing course offered in June 2016By Dr. Regina Waters on May 18, 2016
"Grant Writing for Social Impact" (COMM 688) is a four-week graduate course that provides students with hands-on experience in grant research and writing. Course instructor Dan Prater, the director of Drury's Center for Nonprofit Leadership, has extensive grant writing and nonprofit leadership experience.
The course meets 5:20 p.m. - 8 p.m. on the Springfield campus on Monday and Wednesday evenings from June 6 - June 29, 2016. Students can earn three hours of graduate credit.
You can register for the course via two different ways:
- Apply as a non-degree seeking student. Fill out our online application, pay the $25 application fee, and send an official copy of your undergraduate transcript (showing the degree was conferred). The complete cost of this three credit hour course (tuition and fees) is $1,380.
- Apply to one of our graduate programs. The course counts as one of the ten classes towards two of our degree programs - Master of Arts in Communication and Master of Nonprofit and Civic Leadership. To pursue one of these degrees students must complete an application packet comprised of: an online application, $25 application fee, GRE scores, two letters of reference, and an official copy of your undergraduate transcript (showing the degree was conferred). Per credit hour tuition rate and fees is $460.