Below is a sampling of courses that focus or touch on social entrepreneurship. Within each department, there are additional courses that do not necessarily focus on entrepreneurship or innovation, but would be critical to gaining an understanding of the subject matter. These courses can be found by visiting the university’s Courses of Study site and performing targeted keyword searches.
Social Entrepreneurship Courses:
- AEM 3380: Social entrepreneurs, innovators and problem solvers
- AEM/NS 4450: Towards a Sustainable Global Food System: Food Policy for Developing Countries
- AEM/NS 6420: Globalization, Food Security and Nutrition
- COMM 4050: Community Service Practicum
- CRP 3310: Social Justice and the City: Preparation for Urban Fieldwork
- DEA 1110: Making a Difference: By Design
- FSSAD 6950: Bringing Social Responsibility to Apparel Corporate Culture
- FSAD 6990: Producing Environmentally Responsible Apparel
- HE 4070: Leadership in Nonprofit Environments
- ILRHR 6605: Non-profit finance and Management
- LSP 3950/6590: Immigrant Entrepreneurship
- NBA 5190: Sustainability as a Driver for Innovation in the Entrepreneurial Organization
- PAM 5990: Challenges and Trends in the Health Services Industry
Students interested in inequality studies can find a complete list of relevant courses at the Cornell Center for the Study of Inequality’s Web site.
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