URBS216 - SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Amidst perceptions that public sector and philanthropic support for local communities is increasingly scarce, many community development practitioners are turning to social enterprise as a means to improve social and economic conditions in their neighborhoods. This course will do a deep dive into the segment of social enterprises addressing workforce development and job creation challenges, especially as they relate to returning citizens and other vulnerable adults, including several planned field visits. Building on their understanding of these fields, students will then divide into groups for a hands-on course project.
Urban Economics/Finance
Section 301 - SEM
W 0200PM-0500PM
MANDUJANO, GABRIEL