Since 2007, our Institute continues to offer resources and programs for students to act as proponents of social change by using business solutions as a sustainable way to assist the poor.
The Institute equips students with knowledge on social entrepreneurship through our growing academic course offerings in social enterprise, micro-finance, social investment and impact measurement. Additionally, the Institute provides students with field experience through partner organizations in countries all over the world. This exposure provides students with hands on learning experience, preparing undergraduates at both the academic and practitioner level.
Undergraduate course offerings
A selection of courses to provide students with an in-depth exposure to entrepreneurship in the social sector, a rapidly growing segment of the global economy. Learn More →
Interdisciplinary Minor in Global Social Entrepreneurship
Undergraduates from any college within the University are eligible for this new interdisciplinary minor, including business students who may also pursue a CBA concentration/track in Social Entrepreneurship. Learn More →
Social Entrepreneurship Track for CBA students
The new Social Entrepreneurship Track (SE Track) requires business students to complete five courses within the College’s Innovation & Entrepreneurship concentration, for a total of 20 credits. Learn More →
The Social Enterprise Lecture Series is a once a month recurring series at Northeastern University that serves to inform the general public of the different innovative enterprise solutions in the local community. Learn More →
Declare the minor!
Have you decided to declare the minor? Follow these steps on the D’Amore McKim School of Business website to declare the minor! Learn More →