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Social entrepreneurship is an emerging field that crosses public and private boundaries. Some examples include:
Students will take carefully-selected courses at Wagner and Stern that explore the concept of students as "changemakers," entrepreneurship, and the management practices, public policy implications, and social and economic consequences of the rise in social entrepreneurship domestically and internationally.
All students must complete a minimum of four courses to satisfy the inter-school minor requirements: an introductory course, a practicum course, and at least two additional courses. Stern undergraduate students cannot double-count required business core or major courses toward this minor. A minimum of 14 total credits is required. Students must take at least 6 credits at each school.
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