HS 234F — International Social Entrepreneurship

Meets for one-half semester and yields half-course credit.

Enables students to explore the fundamentals of social entrepreneurship in an international context. This course enables students to consider how entrepreneurship has become a driving force in the social enterprise sector, provides tools for developing, evaluating and gaining stakeholder support for new mission-driven ventures, and explores the blurring line between for-profit and non-profit social initiatives and their role in sustainable development. Both U.S. and international social entrepreneurial ventures will be discussed. Usually offered every year.
Ms. Carlson