This course provides a survey of social entrepreneurship and small business ownership – including the social venture creation process, developing the business plan, funding a business launch, and entrepreneurial decision-making. This is a highly participatory, integrative class, with case studies, guest speakers, extensive discussions, and student presentations. A key aspect of this course is the critical role of values and culture in driving successful business formation and operations. Students will gain exposure to the methods and practices that foster social impact.
Open to graduate students only
Open to graduate students only.