In the second-year Elective Curriculum, students may choose from a range of Social Enterprise elective courses, enabling the integration of the frameworks and functional skills learned in the first year into an understanding of the organization as a total enterprise.
In order to design a tailored curriculum to meet their academic goals students may take any combination of courses; pursue field-based independent projects; integrate social enterprise topics through required papers or projects in other courses; and cross-register for courses in other select graduate programs.
Courses with a Central Focus on Social Enterprise, 2015-16
- Business at the Base of the Pyramid (Fall or Spring Term) Professor V. Kasturi "Kash" Rangan (Fall); Senior Lecturer Michael Chu (Spring) > See video for course overview - Rangan
- Entrepreneurship and Technology Innovations in Education (Spring term) Senior Lecturer John J-H Kim > See video for course overview
- Leading Social Enterprise (Fall term) Professor Herman "Dutch" Leonard
- Public Entrepreneurship (Spring term) Senior Lecturer Mitchell Weiss
> See video for course overview
- Social Innovation Lab: Field Course (Spring Term) Senior Lecturer John J-H Kim and Professor V. Kasturi "Kash" Rangan > See video for course overview
> See video for course overview - Chu
Related Courses, 2015-16
- Building Sustainable Cities and Infrastructure (Senior Lecturer John Macomber)
- Immersive Field Course: India; Developing India: Social Enterprise and Private Sector Approaches (Professor Shawn Cole)
- Immersive Field Course: Immersive Field Course: Africa; Building Cities (Senior Lecturer John Macomber)
- Reimagining Capitalism (University Professor Rebecca Henderson, Associate Professor George Serafeim; Visiting Faculty Richard Locke)