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Intro. to Grant Research and Writing

The Introduction to Grant Research and Writing Certificate is for anyone seeking to learn the essentials in learning about writing grants for private, public, or government use. You will learn how to create documents that use explanation, description and intentional direction in order to persuade or direct your readers.

This Online Certificate Program requires the completion of the following 5 Courses:

Introduction to Grant Research

This course covers the diverse types of grants that are available. It will cover corporate, non-profit, education, and government grants that are available. You will learn the basics on how to research for and find available grants as well as how to begin the grant process.

Introduction to Grant Writing

This course equips students with the skills and tools necessary to enter the field of grant writing. It will cover the fundamental elements of a grant proposal such as the objectives, problems addressed, methodology, evaluation and assessments, budget and cover letter, as well as the members involved.

Specialized Techniques for Grant Writing

In this course you will learn that technical writing is a form of communication. You will learn to use it as a type of conversation as well as an interactive process that involves writers and readers who respond to one another. You will learn how to create documents that use explanation, description and intentional direction in order to persuade or direct your readers. You will learn how to develop concise and direct communication with your readers.

Technical Writing

This course is designed to cover the basic communication needs of students pursuing careers in a highly competitive world of Science, Education, Grant Writing as well as various other high communication based careers. The course covers the topics of style and purpose offering students focused practice with short writing assignments.

Advanced Grant Writing

In this course you will learn how to develop successful and fundable grants. We will focus on the skills needed to prepare professional, competitive and compelling and successful grant proposals.

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