Students may begin this 12-credit certificate in the fall or spring terms. The required courses and suggested sequence are as follows:
|CAED 6030||Overview of Social Entrepreneurship||3|
|CAED 6010||Principles of Community & Economic Development||3|
|MGMT 6160||Strategic Planning for Public & Nonprofit Organizations||3|
|MGMT 7055||Strategic Marketing for Nonprofit Organizations||3|
Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:
- Understand social entrepreneurship as a vital activity and an opportunity for personal growth.
- Describe and explore examples and models of social entrepreneurship.
- Identify the different approaches – legal structures (for-profit, nonprofit, benefit organizations), partnerships, alliances – that support social entrepreneurship.
- Utilize the learned skills and knowledge areas required for social entrepreneurship.