Social Entrepreneurship

Frederico Fezas Vital / 5 ECTs / Semester / English

Social entrepreneurs are a driving force for societal change and business innovation, creating compelling ventures that align both profit and impact. What do social entrepreneurs do that is unique and why do they succeed in addressing profound societal problems in areas where governments, markets and charities are failing? How are impact ventures built? This course will place you in the role of a social entrepreneur and help you learn in teams how to design and launch an impact venture. 

Prerequisites: Introduction to Management & Introduction to Economics I
Exchange Students Prerequisite: Introd. Economics & Introd. Management