Our majors often choose other minors or certificates to enhance our degree. We partner with other Indiana University departments and schools to provide opportunities that complement the field of philanthropy.
Enhance your degree with a certificate or minor
- Undergraduate Certificate in Philanthropic Fundraising
The Undergraduate Certificate in Philanthropic Fundraising is designed to complement a wide variety of undergraduate majors by enhancing your knowledge of the theory and practice of fundraising.
- Undergraduate Museum Studies Certificate
The Undergraduate Museum Studies Certificate prepares students to be leaders in the museum field and allows them to focus on training paths in education, exhibit development, administrations, collections, or curatorial practices. It requires 18 credit hours earned through the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI.
- Undergraduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management
The Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs in Indianapolis offers an understanding of general business and management skills in nonprofit organizations through the undergraduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management, which requires 18 credit hours.
- Events Management Certificate
The undergraduate Events Management Certificate prepares students pursuing careers in corporate, nonprofit/fundraising, social/special, cultural, or sports events. The certificate requires 19 credit hours, with many philanthropic studies and nonprofit management courses counting towards the degree.
- Earn a minor in Philanthropic Studies in only 15 credit hours
You may earn a Minor in Philanthropic Studies, which requires only 15 credit hours, to complement other majors.
- Doctoral Minor in Philanthropic Studies
The PhD. minor in Philanthropic Studies enables the advanced graduate student in other departments to take an organized body of courses focusing on the history, culture, and values of philanthropy, defined broadly as “voluntary action for the public good.”
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy’s undergraduate programs.