Follow Christ, Lead the Way
This degree program is available in the following format:

100% Online courses in a 5-week as-you-go flexible format for busy adults featuring forum discussions and weekly assignment deadlines.

GRANT WRITING12 HOURS

  • An introductory study of composition emphasizing writing as a process (prewriting, drafting, revising, and editing). Assignments focus on the different styles and uses of argument. Students gain and refine skills of developing a thesis, organizing content, controlling tone, and expressing ideas in clearly communicated language. In addition, students conduct library research and incorporate researched material into papers using APA format.
  • An intermediate course designed to extend and refine students’ expository and creative writing experiences. Student writing will reflect university-level writing skills, such as principles of logical/critical thinking and reasoning, effective organization, APA research and documentation, and content-rich development of ideas. Recommended: ENG1000
  • Effective writing for careers in business, law, government, and ministry, including strategies for research and writing of correspondence and reports, with emphasis on understanding and responding to a variety of communication tasks. Attention to the rhetorical concerns of author, audience, text, and purpose, and to clear organization and a professional style.
    Prerequisites: ENG1000, ENG1020, and ENG2100
Choose one of the following:
  • Equipping individuals and nonprofit organizations to manage, achieve, and preserve financial strength to carry out their missions. Organizing, structuring, and presenting a project for successful grant funding from public or private sources.
  • Fundamentals of writing effective grants to private and public granting organizations.

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