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CFTP 765 Grant Writing for Program Development 3.0 Credits

This project-based course is designed to teach students about the importance of grant-writing in their role as a professional and leader in the field of the couple and family therapy. Students will gain the essential knowledge and skills to write and submit a competitive grant proposal for the purpose of program development to a foundation or government agency. This will include identification or creation of a fundable project in their content area, research and assessment of funding sources, collaboration with other professionals, writing a proposal that includes a budget, and completing a proposal package that is submitted to the funder of their choice.

College/Department: College of Nursing Health Professions
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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