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Available to all students, the Social Entrepreneurship minor provides the theoretical underpinnings of leadership, entrepreneurship, and social innovation. Social entrepreneurs form new ventures that combine social goals and for-profit activity to address social needs through novel solutions. This minor will interest students who learned through the Great Problem Seminar and IQP how new ideas can change the world.

Great Problems Seminar student poster presentation


The Social Entrepreneurship minor requires the completion of six courses from several business subject areas. Visit the catalog to learn about course options. For current students who are completing the minor, download the Minor Completion Form Sheet.

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