The University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business has announced that it will launch a Master of Science in Social Entrepreneurship.
The program is aimed at students who are looking to build business skills in order to make social impact. To meet these needs, students will be able to take classes like "Cases in New Venture Management," "Strategic Renewal and Transformation," and "Environmental Sustainability."
The new program is set to launch this fall and will take one year to complete for full-time students (part-time students can complete the program in two years.) Classes will take place on the evenings or on weekends.
Applications are now being accepted. Work experience is not required to apply. For more information, please see USC - Marshall's Master of Science in Social Entrepreneuship course webpage.
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