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SCWK 8889 Social Innovation (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

Designed to prepare students with the skills to develop transformational responses to social problems through learning concepts related to innovation, needs assessment, and grant development, this course provides students with knowledge about how to create new, innovative responses to social problems and put these ideas into action. Students study examples of social entrepreneurship, learn how to assess social need, and develop new programmatic responses through grant-writing. Participation in the Social Innovation Lab allows students a first-hand look at innovation in action in existing non-profits and at how the redesign process promotes and supports new thinking.

Instructor(s): The Department

Prerequisites: SCWK8800. SCWK8800.

Cross listed with:

Comments: Required of Macro Social Work students.

Last Updated: 24-Jun-17