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BUSE 673 Social Influence and Community Engagement in Entrepreneurship


In this course, students will learn the guiding principles that inform social entrepreneurship and the traits and requirements of successful social entrepreneurs in order to understand how one develops ventures that can positively impact communities with specific social, economical, and/or environmental challenges. Among other issues, discussion topics address: how to recognize socially, economically, and/or environmentally challenged communities; how to identify gaps in essential services and/or products in challenged communities; how to deal with internal and external community challenges; how to sustainably develop, fund, deploy, and scale a socially responsible venture; and how to thrive in a competitive marketplace.

Repeatable: N
Minimum Credits 3 Maximum Credits 3





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