Can business do good? In the course “Social Enterprise: Business Doing Good” we explore different models of social enterprise and the local and global problems that they aim to address. This course is part of the Social Enterprise program, which will enable you to turn your social enterprise idea into action.
This course is a must for anyone who wants to understand more about what social enterprise is and its relation to sustainable development. You will learn how to evaluate social enterprise in the context of global and local problems. If you work with social enterprise or are thinking about launching a social enterprise, this course provides a valuable foundation.
Social Enterprise: Business Doing Good – Course Content
The course includes a mix of theory, practical information and case studies from around the world. You will assess different definitions and models of social enterprise and evaluate their social impact. Video interviews with experts and practitioners, articles and discussion steps will offer you the opportunity to learn and engage with other learners on key concepts and ideas.
By the end of the course, you will understand the key concepts related to social enterprise and how to assess the social impact of a social enterprise model.
Summary of Main Course Features
- Created by: Middlesex University, London, Jindal Centre for Social Entrepreneurship & Innovation and Living in Minca
- Educators: Sara Calvo, Jeremy Wade and Andres Morales
In association with the British Council
- Starts: 26 September 2016
- Duration: 3 weeks x 4 hours per week
- Certificates available