The framework of the programme is built around three areas that are fundamental to non-profit management:
- General management knowledge and skills
- Organisation context and development
- Non-profit management domain knowledge and skills
The programmes provide participants with different pathways and exit points to cater to different professional goals, needs and interests. Participants can exit at the graduate certificate or graduate diploma, and return to earn a higher qualification at a later time.
If the courses are taken consecutively, the programme will stretch over two semesters or one year. However, students will have flexibility in scheduling their studies and will graduate as long as they meet programme requirements within a maximum of two year candidacy.
Modular courses may also be taken individually, via the Centre for Continuing and Professional Education (CCPE) and recognised for credit when applying for admission to the GDNPM and other post-graduate programmes.
For more information on modular courses, please click here.
For information about SkillsFuture funding for these courses, please click here.
GCNPM students are required to complete 15 cu of coursework. The minimum period is half a (0.5) year. Students have to maintain a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.5 in their coursework as part of the fulfilment of the GCNPM programme.
Currently, the modular courses within the GCNPM programme are offered in July semester via Centre for Continuing and Professional Education (CCPE). Upon successful completion of these modular courses and attaining the minimum CGPA, eligible students may apply for the graduate certificate.
For more information on Graduate Certification, please click here.
GDNPM students are required to complete 30 cu of coursework. Most courses are based on a 5cu configuration. The minimum candidature period is one (1) year and the maximum candidature period is two (2) years. Students have to maintain a minimum CGPA of 2.5 in their coursework as part of the fulfilment of the GDNPM programme
Application to GDNPM programme is currently open for January intake.
Most courses in this programme are conducted on weekends (Saturdays). Students can work in the day and study in the weekends/evenings. Classes may be conducted on Zoom or another online platform due to COVID-19 precautionary measures.