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Social entrepreneurship involves the application of innovative ideas to assist others in need (such as refugees, the homeless, or abandoned children). If you have a drive to improve our society while earning a living in an occupation that attempts to help people, then this degree may be for you. The MPS in Social Entrepreneurship teaches practical skills that allow one to start a nonprofit or work within a nonprofit. All courses are available through the Virtual College. Application deadlines are March 1 for Fall admission and October 1 for Spring admission. Requirements include a 3.2 undergraduate GPA and submission of a one
page essay on the question. “For what reasons do you want to pursue the Social
Entrepreneurship concentration in the MPS?”
CORE (9 Credit Hours)
MAJOR (12 Credit Hours)
COGNATES (6 Credit hours selected in consultation with your advisor)
CULMINATING EXPERIENCE (3 Credit Hours)
* courses taken as an undergraduate at FHSU may not be repeated at the graduate level. Please contact Dr. Campbell for acceptable substitution courses for your program of study to fulfill this program requirement.
^ Students should complete an undergraduate social/behavioral basic research methods course before enrolling in SOC 621.