This micro-credential is a two-course sequence that provides graduate students and community members with program planning and grant writing skills. This micro-credential, offered 100% online, will provide graduate students from Buffalo State and across SUNY important and marketable skills in program planning and grant application writing. This micro-credential is a stand-alone enhancement of academic and skill-based knowledge graduate students and community members. Both courses in this micro-credential role directly into the Adult Education M.S. degree program.
Adult Education M.S. students will seek to complete this micro-credential as part of their graduate degree program. In addition to being an appropriate micro-credential for all education majors, the Grant Writing micro-credential is a good fit for Multidisciplinary Studies majors, Public Administration majors, Higher Education majors and Creativity Studies majors.
Required Courses (6 credit hours)
Both required courses are offered 100% online asynchronous.
ADE 625: DESIGNING AND EVALUATING PROGRAMS FOR ADULT LEARNERS 3 (spring semester)
ADE 660: GRANT WRITING FOR EDUCATION 3 (summer session)
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