BUSN 291/292/293 - Microenterprise and Economic Development
A research seminar designed to engage students in an inquiry of issues related to microenterprise and economic development, and its implications for individual development/empowerment. Work by students in both domestic and international, comparative context is explored. The class will utilize partnerships between various non-profit organizations as learning platforms. Students receive one hour credit for every 45 hours of seat time and experiential exercises. The class integrates service learning.
Requires co-requisite enrollment in BUSN-290S.
Credit Hours: 1 (291), 2 (292), or 3 (293)
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