Interdisciplinary Studies
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

PUAD 658: Social Entrepreneurship and Nonprofit Enterprise

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Credits: 3

Explores innovative approaches for addressing social problems. Organized around the steps in the entrepreneurial process: identifying social needs, formulating program strategies, mobilizing resources, managing growth tracking results, and maximizing impact.

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