This course offers an introduction to the history, theory, structures and emerging debates in social entrepreneurship. Most specifically we will explore in class and through projects social entrepreneurship as a field as well as a mechanism for designing for social problem solving. The lab component of this course will enable teams of students to work on a social change initiative in partnership with a local organization. This class is intended for students who want to start, work for, advise or invest in a business designed to have a social impact. Student teams will work with revenue-generating initiatives and for-profit companies working in education, food and sustainability, economic and community development, and civic and open data sectors.
KPPI-452-0 OR SEEK-452-0
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