The Social Entrepreneurship and Non-Profits BDP brings together students who are interested in pursuing a career in the public service sector and expanding their involvement in the community. Non-profit leaders for the 21st century must increasingly understand the blurring of the lines between private, government, and non-profit sectors. The Social Entrepreneurship and Non-profits BDP allows students to tailor their coursework to fit their interests. Possible areas of focus include, but are not limited to:
- Art and Social Change
- Health and Health Care
- International Development
- Youth and Family
To learn more about each strand, download the Social Entrepreneurship and Non-Profits Strand Descriptions (PDF).
The Social Entrepreneurship and Non-Profits faculty panel works with students to tailor their coursework to fit their interests, and to identify research and internship opportunities.