Project Management Professional (PMP) is an internationally recognized professional designation offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI). There are currently 773,840 active PMP certified individuals and 286 chartered chapters across 210 countries and territories worldwide.

The Certificate Award in Advanced Grant Writing & Management is intended for students and professionals who have experience in writing grant proposals and/or have earned a Certificate Award in Grant Writing and Management through the Division of Continuing and Global Education at Fresno State.

If you have questions and/or concerns, please contact Dr. Daniel Griffin by email at danielg@csufresno.edu.

This is an intensive and practical certificate program designed for current grant writing professionals and newcomers to the field. Participants will learn how to locate grant-funding opportunities, make informed decisions about which opportunities to pursue, and develop strategies for preparing, writing, and editing grant applications. Participants will also learn how to effectively bring together a writing team and manage their time effectively with a time/page allocation formula. 

Faculty that practice what they teach

Our faculty members are working professionals with an average of 20 years of industry experience. All Phoenix faculty members are working professionals with an advanced degree in the field they’re teaching. They turn theory into skills you can put into practice right away—after all, they know firsthand what works and what doesn’t.

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The 30-unit Master of Arts degree in Education with a concentration in Curriculum and Instruction (M.A.Ed.-C&I) is designed for teachers and other professionals who desire advanced study in curriculum, instruction, educational psychology, research design, and educational statistics. Although a majority of M.A.Ed.-C&I students are teachers, a teaching credential is not a requirement for admission. 

Degrees and Programs Offered

Computer science is applied reasoning using both art and science: It requires the ability to communicate ideas through a combination of language and powerful technology. It is concerned with the interaction of humans and computers, as well as the application of computers to a myriad of specialized problems.

US universities next school year. A full list is below - each individual who was nominated will get an email directly by the end of today with more details. For those not selected in this round, we will let you know if you are being considered for the next round.

The Lead Student Ambassadors, a subset of the group who will be actively involved in helping us manage, refine, and build the program next year, are listed at the bottom of this mail.

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