BAD 203 : SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP

The purpose of this course is to provide students with an introduction to the major opportunities and challenges facing social entrepreneurs and their ventures. Major local and global social issues like environmental issues, education, poverty, human rights, and healthcare will be discussed. Current efforts to address and “solve” these “problems” and think critically and creatively to generate new ideas, such as . microfinance, philanthropy, venture philanthropy & impact investing, measuring social impact and social return on investment calculations, corporate social responsibility, and integrated bottom lines, will be examined.

Minor, Elective credit.

Overview

Program

Credits

3
January Credits
4