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2002: Social Entrepreneurship

This course examines the mindsets, skills, and approaches that social entrepreneurs use to solve problems in society. Students explore the role of social entrepreneurs with an emphasis on how social entrepreneurs create change in people's lives and their impact on local to global scales. Students identify sustainable models for social innovation and formulate social entrepreneurship action plans. Previous experience as a social entrepreneur or the desire to become a social entrepreneur in the future is not required.
  • Credits:

Section 001