Social Entrepreneurship

GSM PL 850

The Social Entrepreneurship course is designed to: (1) explore the concepts, practices, opportunities, and challenges of social entrepreneurship; (2) provide frameworks and tools that will help students be more effective in this sector; and (3) provide an opportunity for students to create a business plan for an earned income venture of a nonprofit organization or a new social enterprise. In the business plan project, student teams will partner with external organizations. Students will identify and analyze opportunities, resources, and risks and apply skills from marketing, accounting, organizational behavior, strategy and other disciplines. Special emphasis will be placed on aspects of business planning and organizational strategy that are particularly challenging or distinctive in the social sector, including mission definition, leadership, organizational structure, raising capital, and measuring results.

SPRG 2014 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
F1 Stolow SMG 211 R 6:00 pm-9:00 pm

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