Business and Social Entrepreneurship

The Business and Social Entrepreneurship curriculum provides not only the fundamentals of knowledge for graduate study and a career path in business management, but also cutting-edge courses in the emerging field of social entrepreneurship – that is, for-profit enterprises that pursue a social mission. Interdisciplinary coursework in philosophy, psychology, and political theory is integrated with the theory and practice of socially responsible business management, making the curriculum relevant for traditional and social entrepreneurs as well as for those focused on business management and nonprofit management.

Core courses include:

  • The Business of Social Change
  • Transformative Forces: Case Studies in Social Entrepreneurship
  • Social and Ethical Issues in Management
  • Interpersonal Communications in the Workplace
  • Small Group Process
  • Marketing

Elective courses include:

  • Nonprofit Management
  • Nonprofit Advancement
  • Social Media Marketing
  • The Psychology of Leadership.

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See page 117 in the AULA catalog for more information on the Business and Social Entrepreneurship major area of concentration.