bpa361 | undergraduate

Grant Writing

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This course explores the basics of grant and proposal writing in public administration for federal, state, and private funding. This course includes research, design, and evaluation of grant writing components and explores requirements for the various types of grants available. This course also includes developmental steps for an effective grant proposal.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    The Politics of Grantsmanship and Dealing with Rejection

    • Develop a project budget for grant funding.
    • Identify the benefits of an evaluation plan.
    • Differentiate between a process evaluation and an outcome evaluation.
    • Describe the types of budgets used in grant funding.

    Analyzing Proposals

    • Evaluate letters of support and proposal abstracts.
    • Create a title page.
    • Develop a cover letter.

    Conceptual Framework and Other Features

    • Describe the characteristics of a non-profit agency.
    • Identify possible funding sources for grants and contracts.
    • Evaluate the components of a good proposal.
    • Develop a proposal.

    Using Technology and Understanding RFPs

    • Identify resources for program implementation.
    • Discuss barriers in program design.
    • Develop a logic model.

    The Review Process and Private Sector Funding

    • Create program goals for a grant-funded project.
    • Analyze an implementation plan.
    • Evaluate a grant proposal audit.
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