Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship

Description: Lecture, one hour; research group meeting, two hours. Course 173A is requisite to 173B. Full-scale immersion into world of social entrepreneurship. Introduction to basics of business planning for social enterprises. Students are assigned in teams to work with participating social enterprises in Los Angeles area to implement new revenue-generating business plan for social enterprises to which they are assigned. Teams receive support from MBA student volunteers as advisers on how to work effectively together and how to resolve issues that arise with staff of assigned social enterprise. Courses 173A and 173B must be taken in consecutive terms. In Progress grading (credit to be given only on completion of course 173B).

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