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PBHL 8207 - Grant Writing

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5 credits

Grant writing is the method by which external funding can be secured by educational, community organizations, and non-profit agencies in order to provide services to the community. In this course, students will understand processes and gain basic skills needed for successful grant writing. These processes and skills consist of developing a project idea; identifying a funding agency; writing a compelling needs statement with goals and measurable objectives; developing a budget; collaborating with other people; submitting the grant application; understanding the grant review process; responding to the review; and managing the grant award. Course assignments allow students to apply and practice grant writing skills by developing a grant proposal based on an actual Request for Proposal (RFP).