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BST 287 – Applied Analysis of Social Entrepreneurship

Credits: 4

This course compliments BST 387, with a focus on hands on approaches to social entrepreneurship, as well as on obtaining the skills needed to successfully work for social change. The course will consist of a series of field trips, skills workshops and on group project that involves working with a social change organization on a current challenge they are facing. Permission of instructor required. Signature of instructor required for registration. Co-requisite: BST 387 . Equivalent to: ECON 387 and PSCI 387 . Offered every Spring semester. CLA-Civic Engagement, CLA-Off Campus Experience