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Social Entrepreneurship

You will develop, fund, and implement innovative solutions to social, cultural, or environmental issues creating meaningful, lasting change.

What You'll Study

The Social Entrepreneurship major provides you with coursework that inspires innovative ideas to solve society's pressing social challenges. In addition to completing the core courses, you will select an impact track in one of five specialty areas. 

Practical Experience

You will be equipped to become a change-maker in your community and beyond. All students participate in a service learning project during their junior year as well as develop an action plan for social change.

What's Next?

Our diverse world places a high demand on businesses to integrate holistic strategies for tackling society’s most pressing social, cultural, and environmental challenges. To help you take a holistic approach to your time at Flagler, we offer a variety of clubs and extracurricular activities to help you find your passion, like our award-winning Enactus organization or sustainability club. Additionally, our Career Development Center is here to help you discover your future career path. 

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Major Requirements

Required Courses
42 Credit Hours plus one Impact Track
ECO
101WI
Economics of Social Issues
ANT
201
Cultural Anthropology
SOC
101WI
Introduction to Sociology
SOC
201WI
Contemporary Social Problems
CIS
206
Data Management for Business
ENT
211
Managing Financial and Social Returns
ENT
304
New Venture Creation and Development
ENT
311
New Enterprise Management
ENT
314
Service Learning Project
LAW
310
Legal Environment of Business
ENT
322
Social Entrepreneurship
PHI
208WI
Ethical Controversies
BUS
330
Intercultural Communication in Business
ENT
470
Social Entrepreneurship Capstone
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Sport for Development and Peace Track
18 Credit Hours
SPM
210
Sociology of Sport
SPM
435
Sport Ethics
SPM
340
Sport for Development
HIS
327
Grantsmanship
POS
432
Human Rights
POS
439
Conflict Resolution
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Global Impact Track
18 Credit Hours
INT
200WI
Introduction to International Studies
ANT
305
Advanced Cultural Anthropology: Comparative Cultures
SOC
355
Social Movements
ENT
430
International Entrepreneurship
POS
432
Human Rights
POS
438
International Political Economy
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Sustainability and Historic Preservation Track
18 Credit Hours
GEO
201
Human Geography
or GEO
301
Economic Geography
ECO
327
Environmental Economics
ECO
427
Energy Markets: The Road to Sustainability
HIS
325
Heritage Tourism
or HIS
327
Grantsmanship
POS
351
Global Environmental Politics
SOC
448
Environmental Sociology
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Community Health Track
18 Credit Hours
FTW
207
Principles of Wellness and Fitness
NAS
221
Introduction to Human Nutrition
SOC
372
Sociology of Medicine and Health
ANT
420
Urban Anthropology
ECO
430
Health Economics
SOC
430
Urban Sociology
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Arts for Social Change Track
18 Credit Hours
ARA
201
Introduction to Arts Administration
ART
230
Graphic Design for the Non-Major
or ART
241
Photography
ART
434
Socially Engaged Art
THA
240
Selected Topics
THA
340
Selected Topics
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Academic Planning

If you have questions about your 4-year plan, please reach out to the Office of Academic Advising:

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Minors to Consider 

Anthropology

Arts Administration

Economics 

Environmental Science

Law

Sociology