Grant Administration and Management Course


Course Overview

This course examines grants from a start to finish ideology; writing the grant, and managing its utilization such that paradigms of effectiveness and efficiency are addressed.  This course provides students with the skills and knowledge to seek, solicit, and receive grant awards from foundation and government sources to support public and non-profit endeavors. The course also teaches effective grants management to provide the greatest value to the organization and to the granting agency. Students become proficient in the process of grant management but also have the responsibility and ethical understanding of the grant enterprise, its purpose, and its benefits in the nonprofit sector. This is an activity and  project-based course. The learning is hands-on, and as such students will be evaluated for the practical knowledge they demonstrate in completing assignments and projects.


Course Schedule

September 28, 2020 – November 20, 2020

This course consists of an 8-week asynchronous schedule, which means you could log in to the course at any time to access the modules.


Offering a one-time introductory rate of $355 per unit


3 units


How to Apply

  • Please fill out the Registration Form and submit it along with your transcripts (unofficial transcripts are acceptable) to:

Stanislaus State
Extended & International Education
MSR 180 – ATTN: Grant Writing Course
One University Circle
Turlock, CA 95382

Payment Options

  • Check (attached with registration form) or you may pay online via credit card on your myStanState account

Admission Requirements

  • Must have an undergraduate degree
  • Must submit transcript(s) from a regionally accredited college or university that demonstrate degree completion