Minor in Social Entrepreneurship
The Social Entrepreneurship minor is designed for students interested in learning how to create and sustain social value through the pursuit of a new venture. Students interested in launching a social venture will learn the process of how to test assumptions related to their new venture idea using the lean startup model.
|ENTP 101||Life Strategies I||3.0|
|ENTP 205||Ready, Set, Fail||3.0|
|or ENTP 210||Leading Start-Ups|
|ENTP 270||Social Entrepreneurship||3.0|
|ENTP 275||Women and Minority Entrepreneurship||3.0|
|ENTP 440||Launch It!: Early Stage||3.0|
|Select two of the following:||6.0|
|Clean Tech Ventures|
|Public Health 101|
Health and Society (HLSO) Courses *
Any Health and Society (HLSO) course from HLSO 301 to HLSO 470. See the Course Descriptions page for more information on individual courses.
For additional information about the Social Entrepreneurship minor, please contact Jamuna Saha at firstname.lastname@example.org.