2011-12 Catalog

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Offering Description

Social Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Business Management

Fall 2011, Winter 2012 and Spring 2012 quarters

Thuy Vu economics, management, community organization
Fields of Study
business and management, communications, community studies, economics, international studies and sustainability studies
Preparatory for studies or careers in
business management, community development, organization development
Social enterprises, commonly known as non-profit organizations, are growth engines for social transformation and community building. This program aims to develop business competencies to operate social enterprises in a manner that is economically, financially, and socially sustainable. Specifically, the program will focus on organizational and financial development in fall quarter, moving to human resource management and quantitative business analysis in winter, and covering communications, marketing, and international business competencies in spring.  This program is for students with strong interest in business economics, organization development, human resource management, leadership, and community-building.
Advertised Schedule
9a-3p Sat
Online Learning
No Required Online Learning
Greener Store
Internship Required
This program is designed to facilitate learning through active involvement with the community. All students must complete a 2-credit community internship each quarter.
Offered During