Minor in Social Entrepreneurship

About the Minor

The Social Entrepreneurship minor is designed for students interested in learning how to create and sustain social value within companies or through the pursuit of any social enterprise. Students will learn to develop, fund, and implement innovative solutions to social, cultural, or environmental issues.

Program Requirements

ENTP 105Entrepreneurial Thinking3.0
ENTP 205Ready, Set, Fail3.0
ENTP 250Ideation3.0
ENTP 260Curiosity, Ecology, Empathy & Ethic3.0
or ENTP 275 Diversity Entrepreneurship
ENTP 270Social Entrepreneurship3.0
ENTP 290An Entrepreneur's Introduction to Land: Its Essence, Ethics, and Opportunity3.0
or ENTP 390 Energy Entrepreneurship
ENTP 3753BL - Triple Bottom Line3.0
ENTP 440Launch It!: Early Stage3.0
Total Credits24.0

Additional Information

For more information about the Social Entrepreneurship minor, please contact Justin Fithian at jmf465@drexel.edu.

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