MSB 375: Social Innovation: Do Good. Better.

This class is taught through the Ballard Center – BYU’s center for social innovation and entrepreneurship.

In this class, I learned about theories and principles around creating sustainable and innovative enterprises that solve the root problems of social and environmental issues. I also wrote an issue brief on hazardous air conditions for the citizens of New Delhi, India.

Course Outcomes

Mapping the current environment of social entrepreneurship
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of this environment–the issues at stake, the types of social ventures that have recently been created, and the current state of the social-economic ecosystem.
Analyzing a social venture
  • Effectively analyze a social venture you may be interested in working with.
  • Apply relevant tools and concepts gleaned from other course work and personal/professional experience.