Social Entrepreneurship

Overview

The Social Entrepreneurship minor is offered to non-business majors at Creighton who are interested in learning basic business planning principles in the context of making a broader contribution to society.  Students take a required three-course sequence including social innovation, business planning for social entrepreneurs, and a related internship or incubator experience.  In addition, minors complete courses in microeconomics, marketing and business ethics. This minor is only available to students who are not in the Heider College of Business.

Field of Concentration Curriculum

ECO 203 Introductory Microeconomics  (3 credits)
MKT 319 Principles of Marketing   (3 credits)
ENT 311 Innovation and Creativity  (3 credits)
ENT 411 Finance for Entrepreneurial Ventures  (3 credits)
ENT 473 Venture Creation and Development   (3 credits)
Approved ENT elective (3 credits)

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