Social Entrepreneurship Experimental Course
- 1 credit
- Prerequisite: None
How can one person make a difference in the commercial age? Using film, discussion, and lecture, this course examines what social entrepreneurship is, why it is needed, and how social entrepreneurs have adapted to various forms of capitalism around the world to overcome institutional obstacles, tackle social problems, reform ineffective governments, and make a profit in the process.
U.S. News & World Report 2009 ranked Kelley’s graduate entrepreneurship program No. 1 of all public universities in the nation.