The graduate certificate in social entrepreneurship is designed for individuals interested in learning about and practicing social entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship, and innovation for addressing complex cultural, societal, health, informational or environmental challenges. Social entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs, and innovators attempt to create a better society while also ensuring the financial viability of their efforts. This interdisciplinary certificate prepares students with appropriate perspectives and skills to design ventures that innovatively address the mentioned challenges.
Required Courses: 9 Credit Hours
Number of Credit Hours: 12
Entry Terms: Fall, Spring, Summer
Program of Study
SW 7931 Social Entrepreneurship (new course)
MGT 7530 New Venture Creation and Growth
MGT 7545 Launching New Ventures
Elective--3 credit hours
Certificate students must take three credits hours from one of the sub-disciplines listed below. Students must meet all prerequisites for elective courses. Students are encouraged to consult with their advisor and or program coordinator on selecting an elective course that best suits their goals or interest.
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