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Social Innovation and Impact

Courses in the Social Innovation and Impact specialization blend social and environmental perspectives with the more traditional economic perspective. They provide innovative conceptual frameworks, strategies and implementation skills necessary to create substantial social as well as economic value in for-profit, nonprofit and public sectors.

Sample Courses:

Corporate Branding and CSR
Energy and the Environment
Examining the Nonprofit Capital Market
Foundations of Social Entrepreneurship
Global Poverty Alleviation
Introduction to Environmental and Social Sustainability
Investing in Microfinance
International Social Impact Strategies: India
Social Venture Capital
Social Problem-Based Entrepreneurship

Especially Applicable to Careers in Social Enterprise, Entrepreneurship and Management such as:

Business Development
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
Economic Development/Microfinance
Management Consulting
Nonprofit Management
Social Entrepreneurship
Socially Responsible Investing (SRI)
Strategic Planning

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