Term: Fall 2017

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ENT 201 Introduction To Non-profit And Social Enterprises
The course covers fundamental business concepts for non-profit organizations and social enterprises, as well as current business events. The role that non-profits play in society, non-profit governance and organization structure, leadership, management, marketing, finance and information technology. Letter grade only.
3 ENT 200 - Level
ENT 202 Marketing And Management In Non-profit And Social Entrepreneurship
Study of marketing and management concepts and practices as they relate to non-profit and social enterprises. The role of non-profits and social entrepreneurship; developing an effective marketing strategy and managing for results in non-profit and social enterprises. Letter grade only.
3 ENT 200 - Level
ENT 300 Business Models And Governance In Non-profit And Social Enterprises
This course evaluates the different potential business models for non-profit and social enterprises and explores governance issues, such as creating and managing a board and legal issues related to board service. Letter grade only.
3 ENT 300 - Level
ENT 301 Financial Management In Non-profit And Social Enterprises
Use of financial and accounting data to enhance alignment between mission and financial performance and the long-term viability of non-profit and social enterprises. The role of market structures and economic conditions on markets for good and services and mission achievement, particularly in non-profit and social enterprises. Letter grade only.
3 ENT 300 - Level
ENT 400 Non-profit And Social Entrepreneurship Project
Preparation of a business plan for a non-profit or social enterprise. The role of written business plans, formal and information verbal presentation of a business plan or elements thereof. Communicating the social benefit of an enterprise. Letter grade only.
3 ENT 400 - Level