TRMN625: Social Entrepreneurship
Creating and leading organizations, social entrepreneurs strive to advance social and environmental change through innovative business practices. Learners examine how this global phenomenon exists within the non-profit, public and private sectors. Processes of social entrepreneurship assessed in this course include: recognizing opportunities; evaluating feasibility; building effective business models; mobilizing resources; scaling impact and building sustainability. Through case studies and assignments, learners evaluate common strategies and pitfalls encountered when creating stable, sustainable, and successful social ventures in the tourism and hospitality industry.
General Studies Offerings
General studies courses may be eligible for internal transfer credit into their related programs.
|Start Date||End Date||Tuition (Domestic)||Delivery|
|February 12, 2018||April 13, 2018||$2170.83||Online|
|February 11, 2019||April 12, 2019||TBD||Online|