Business
 

Social Innovation: Do Good Better

Social Innovation: Do Good Better
Focuses on the most prominent approaches used in social innovation and entrepreneurship. Students develop skills in analyzing social ventures, including root cause analysis, solution evaluation, and social impact measurement; and leave with the confidence to pursue a life of purpose.
MSB
375
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesNone
 TaughtFall
 ProgramsContaining MSB 375
Course Outcomes: 

Mapping the current environment of social entrepreneurship

Demonstrate a working knowledge of this environment--the issues at stake, the types of social ventures that have recently been created, and the current state of the social-economic ecosystem.

Analyzing a social venture

Effectively analyze a social venture you may be interested in working with.

Apply relevant tools and concepts gleaned from other course work and personal/professional experience.

Analyzing a Social Venture

Apply relevant tools and concepts gleaned from other course work and personal/professional experience.