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Social Entrepreneurship

Social Entrepreneurship: Citizens Creating Change for the Common Good  

This major equips students to assume positions of leadership and service in the citizenship sector for positive change.

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Coursework for the Social Entrepreneurship Major (32 Hours)

  • ECON 204:  Economic Concepts (3 hours)

OR ECON 210:  Microeconomics (3 hours)

  • MGT 306:  Management and Organizational Behavior (3 hours)
  • PSY 408:  Psychology of Gender (3 hours)

OR PSC 323:  Global Feminisms:  Women in the Modern World (3 hours)

  • PSY 212:  Social Entrepreneurship Seminar (1 hour)
  • PSY 312:  Social Entrepreneurship Practicum (2 hours)
  • PSY 323:  Psychology of Nonviolence and Peace (3 hours)
  • REL/PHIL 301:  Christian Ethics (3 hours)
  • PSY 301:  Social Psychology (3 hours)

OR SOC 205:  Sociology of Community (3 hours)

  • PSY 412: Senior Seminar (2 hours)

 Additional 9 hours from each of the following subject areas:

  • PSC 101 OR 102 OR 409
  • SOC 207 OR 305 OR 402
  • Social Science Elective:  PSC 241 OR PSY 318 OR SOC 311 

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