Social Entrepreneurship, Minor (for Business Majors)
Offered in: Chicago
A minor in Social Entrepreneurship from the Heller College of Business will provide students with both the conceptual framework and skills needed to help address critical societal problems. With courses offered most every semester and a curriculum composed of just 12 credit hours, the social entrepreneurship minor offers Business students the opportunity to complement their respective Business majors with specific training in social entrepreneurship. Students will obtain the broad perspective and skills needed to find employment in organizations pursuing social missions.
|SENT 305||SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP I: CREATING THE VISION||3|
|SENT 306||SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP II: IMPLEMENTATION||3|
|SENT 307||BUSINESS PLANNING AND STRATEGIC NEW VENTURES||3|
|One class from Sustainability Studies to be selected in conjunction with the Assistant Dean.||3|
|Total Credit Hours||12|