Professors Jim Johnson and Pamela Santos teach the social track. Social entrepreneurship differs from traditional commercial entrepreneurship in its purpose: the success of a social venture is measured largely by it's positive impact on people's lives. Throughout the course, students will explore the meaning of social entrepreneurship and create a business plan for a social venture.
The social track enabled me to connect my passion for social issues with tangible strategies for innovation. I developed a critical set of skills that stretched my mind state from limited good intentions to feasible and scalable models of effective changes.
Alumnus of the Minor in Entrepreneurship