Open only to students accepted to the special program Madrid Center & Business at IE University.
Taught at IE University in Madrid. Through this course, students will reflect on the advantages and disadvantages of applying managerial practices and values to the “social” realm and will learn about the common strategies and pitfalls brought about by the creation and management of social ventures. The course will explore this emerging field through guest speakers, case discussion and workshops. Special emphasis will be put on how business considerations and financial instruments are critical to achieving social impact and financial sustainability.
Credit allocation is subject to change.
The IEU academic calendar may require students taking this course to stay beyond the regular SU Madrid program end date.
Registration notes: Counts as EEE elective for EEE minors. Counts as Business elective for SU School of Management majors.
Department: Entrepreneurship & Emerging Enterprises
Locations: IE University, Madrid