ENTR 6655 3.00
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This course is for students interested in the phenomenon of social entrepreneurship. Using a combination of assigned readings, videos, guest speakers, and extensive interaction with real-world social entrepreneurs, students will gain a broad understanding of business models within the field, as well as the challenges and decisions social entrepreneurs face during start-up and on an ongoing basis.
Prerequisites: All 5100-series Required Foundations of Management Core Courses.