Program Overview

The social entrepreneurship major is a broad program that will prepare you for work or graduate school. This major equips students to assume positions of leadership and service in the citizenship sector for positive change.

 

Where Can I Learn More about Nonprofit Leadership & Social Entrepreneurship?

 

Coursework for the Social Entrepreneurship Major (35 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 (2 hour)
  • PSY 312:  Social Entrepreneurship Practicum (3 hours)
  • PSY 323:  Psychology of Nonviolence and Peace (3 hours) OR PSY 309:  Adjustment and Health OR PSY 250 Society and the Individual
  • 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 
Sociology Careers

• Church or nonprofit ministry
• Public Policy and Social Impact Law
• Nonprofit Finance, Fundraising, and Development
• Nonprofit and Public Management
• Advocacy and Social Change
• Corporate Responsibility and Ethics

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