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Social entrepreneurship has its roots in the broader field of entrepreneurship, but differs in the fact that social entrepreneurs have a primary goal of creating social impact rather than personal or shareholder wealth. This course is intended for students from any discipline who have an interest in making a difference in communities locally and throughout the world. The course will introduce entrepreneurial concepts including social enterprise, impact investing/SROI, social marketing/movements, behavioral economics, strategic CSR practices and legal formation. This course includes a self-directed project to address a societal problem using the disciplines taught in class. Prerequisite: 60 credit hours.