The Management & Social Entrepreneurship Major prepares students to be effective leaders within multiple organizational contexts such as non-profit organizations, corporations, and entrepreneurial ventures.
Why study Management & Social Entrepreneurship at Roberts?
Instruction includes specialized courses in management and social entrepreneurship.
Coursework includes core business disciplines such as accounting, marketing, finance, economics, and information systems.
Students develop strong management and leadership skills and learn to apply entrepreneurial solutions to pressing social issues.
Students learn the value of creating jobs in their communities.
Graduates offer organizations a skill in growing demand as they work to effect social change.
Management & Social Entrepreneurship (27 credits)
ECN 333 - Economic Development (3 credits)
MGT 201 - Principles of Managment & Social Entrepreneurship (3 credits)
MGT 220 - Introduction to Human Resources (3 credits)
MGT 321 - Organizational Development & Change (3 credits)
MGT 325 - Internship Preparation (1 credits)
MGT 360 - Creativity & Problem Solving (3 credits)
MGT 395 - Enterprise Development and Sustainability (3 credits)
MGT 402 - Managerial Toolbox (3 credits)
MGT 450 - Internship Experience (2 credits)
SOC 102 - Social Issues (3 credits)