MGT 323 Social Entrepreneurship

Examines entrepreneurship from the perspective of solving social, environmental, or economic equality issues within a community, region, or nation. The course will focus on organizational ventures that are dedicated to responding to a particular social concern rather than measuring success only from the financial bottom line. Students will apply the most effective skills and strategies from business and nonprofit organizations to special projects and case studies to identify and resolve a particular social problem.


3 credits


A grade of C or better in MGT 224 or permission of the department chair


Fall or Spring