DWA 152 Social Enterprise Practice and Theory

This course will introduce social enterprise practices and theory while allowing students to work directly on a social enterprise project with global impact. This course will build on the 25 year foundation of collective knowledge in the field of Social Entrepreneurship through case studies and life challenges that continue to face the international community. We will look at how value creation and sustainability are key elements in the development of successful social enterprises, with emphasis on water, food, and housing/urban design. Our focus will be on how, through innovation and entrepreneurial approaches, we can access sustainable solutions to the world's most pressing problems.

Credits

4 units