Specialized or experimental courses offered as resources permit. Prerequisite: Business Administration major or minor; Minimum Junior standing.
Dates: June 19 - July 14, 2017; Pre-req: BSAD 120.
The purpose of this course is to serve as an elective for rising seniors that wish to supplement their sustainable business and entrepreneurship themes. This course will serve as an overview of sustainable business and entrepreneurship as a means of achieving social or environmental impact. Specific attention will be paid to the nexus of financial and social value creation. This will be a practice-focused course, relying heavily on current examples and innovations. Selected topics • Defining social enterprise • Historical perspectives on social enterprise • Basic structures of nonprofit and sustainable businesses • Systemic and social change models • Methods of evaluating impact • Leadership skills related to social enterprise • Blended value creation models • Global and social justice issues
Grades will be based on attendance, contributions to the learning environment, daily written assignments, and a final capstone project.
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