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Course Number: NPM 6310

Department: Nonprofit Management – CPS (NPM)

Seeks to introduce students to the meaning of social entrepreneurship. Exposes students to the social entrepreneurship term that has come to be applied to the activities of grassroots activists, NGOs, policymakers, international institutions, and corporations, among others, which addresses a range of social issues in innovative and creative ways. Offers students an opportunity to learn how to address complex sustainability challenges using experiential problem-based learning, current research, and best practices connected to social/sustainable enterprises. Topics include the design of social and sustainable enterprises, frameworks for problem solving and planning, analysis of social and environmental impact, and private-public partnerships.

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