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Social Entrepreneurship (Minor)

This interdisciplinary minor is open to students in any major. It is designed for students who are socially minded entrepreneurs wishing to develop skills in the nonprofit and for-profit sectors. Students analyze social issues in today’s global economy and learn how to apply business skills to address those issues, thereby fostering change. Students will be required to complete a  ommunity-based project of inquiry for their final project.
 
This minor provides students with the opportunity to develop their sense of civic responsibility  and business prowess to address social issues through enterprise. The Social Entrepreneurship minor allows students to take courses in both the School of Business Administration and School of Education and Human Services. This minor also provides a strong base for future additional studies in business, sociology, education, and law.
 
Minor Requirements
  • MGT 315 Entrepreneurship
  • MKT 301 Principles of Marketing
  • MSC 355 Managing Social Projects
  • One (1) course from the following: SOC 131 Principles of Sociology, SOC 202 Social Problems, SOC 203 The Global Village
  • SOC 350 Social Justice
  • SOC 351 Addressing Injustice
  • One (1) course from the following: SOC 421 Project, SOC 433 Research, MGT 490 Internship as a community-based inquiry/service-learning opportunity, MGT 499 Independent Study