Addresses the opportunities and challenges faced by social entrepreneurs as they build cooperative ventures with non-profits, governments, NGOs and businesses to address world problems. Innovation, entrepreneurial thinking and global awareness are merged to help students think creatively about causes and solutions to public challenges and to analyze the economic, social, and political context that defines entrepreneurial opportunity. Students will be exposed to the mechanics of starting or managing a social enterprise with an eye toward sustainability, impact, innovation and leadership.
Prerequisite: MGT-365 OR PERMISSION OF DEAN.
Not Offered This Semester