Minor in Social Entrepreneurship

The Social Entrepreneurship minor is designed for students interested in learning how to create and sustain social value within companies or through the pursuit of a social venture. Students will learn to develop, fund and implement solutions to social, cultural, or environmental issues.

ENTP 101Life Strategies I3.0
ENTP 205Ready, Set, Fail3.0
or ENTP 210 Leading Start-Ups
ENTP 250Ideation3.0
ENTP 270Social Entrepreneurship3.0
ENTP 275Women and Minority Entrepreneurship3.0
ENTP 440Launch It!: Early Stage3.0
Select two of the following:6.0
Global Entrepreneurship
Clean Tech Ventures
Public Health 101
Health and Society (HLSO) Courses *
Total Credits24.0

Any Health and Society (HLSO) course from HLSO 301 to HLSO 470.  See the Course Descriptions page for more information on individual courses.

For additional information about the Social Entrepreneurship minor, please contact Jamuna Saha at js3599@drexel.edu.

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