Marymount University

Undergraduate Catalog 2016-17

MSC 355 Managing Social Projects

Managing social projects includes managing traditional business functions, such as, marketing, finance, operations, and human resources. This course integrates an introduction to the theory and practice of social entrepreneurship with established principles of project management. Multidisciplinary areas of interest are explored, ranging from business to the environment, education, and human services. Students gain practical experience identifying opportunities; develop skills and competencies for creating, developing, and implementing project plans; and examine ways of measuring the success of social entrepreneurial projects. A global approach is taken as many social projects are directed at Third World countries. Prerequisite: EN 102. (3)

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