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Social Entrepreneurship

social_entrepreneurship_1Social Entrepreneurship (UNIV 3225/5225) will help nascent undergraduate social entrepreneurs consider both the opportunities and the challenges presented by this emerging form of collective social action. This course will give students both a theoretical lens through which to view the social world and a set of tools, informed by both theory and empirical evidence, they can use to change it. While the course will place particular emphasis on the areas of education and community development, considerable time will be spent looking at social change in other arenas as well.

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