Courses for aspiring social entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs, and changemakers

Although Wesleyan does not offer a formal major or minor in Social Entrepreneurship, we have the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life, Civic Engagement Certificate, Philosophy Department’s Social Justice track, IDEAS, and classes across the curriculum that we recommend for aspiring social entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs, and changemakers. We have listed some of those courses below.

Spring 2018

  • ARST 285: Generative Art, Computational Media, and Creative Coding
  • SOC 246: Social Movements
  • SISP 262: Cultural Studies of Health
  • ANTH 211: Health and Social Justice
  • ANTH 230: Anthropology of Cities
  • ECON 127: Introduction to Financial Accounting
  • ECON 366: The Economics of Developing Countries
  • HIST 267: Development in Question: Conservation in Africa
  • PHIL 347: Ethics, Ecology, and Moral Change
  • SOC 302: Paternalism and Social Power
  • COMP 112: Introduction to Programming
  • QAC 211: Digging the Digital Era: A Data Science Primer
  • QAC 251: Data Visualization: An Introduction
  • WRCT 250M: Topics in Journalism: Storytelling and Social Change
  • CIS 135: Mindfulness
  • IDEA 170: Introduction to Design and Engineering
  • PSYC 266: Psychology of Communities: Identity, Activism, and Social Engagement
  • SISP 245: Ethnography and Design
  • CGST 121: Contemporary Social Issues, Leadership, and Scholarship
  • CSPL 235: Activism and Theories of Change
  • CSPL 341D: Topics in Education, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship: A Law and Policy Perspective
  • FGSS 201: #Sayhername: Intersectionality and Feminist Activism (FGSS Gateway)
  • SISP 240: Research Methods in Science Studies: Studying “On-Demand Work” in the 21st Century
  • COL 227: Life Writing: Writing About the Self and from Experience

 

Fall 2018

  • FILM 104: Documentary Filmmaking: An Introduction to Project Learning
  • FGSS 209: Feminist Theories
  • AMST 315: Entertaining Social Change
  • FIST 250: Integrative Learning Project 1: Reflecting About the Liberal Arts
  • FIST 350: Integrative Learning Project 2: Senior Capstone
  • THEA 135: Documentary Performance: Theater and Social Justice
  • ECON 241: Money, Banking, and Financial Markets
  • ECON 310: Environmental and Resource Economics
  • ECON 349: Economic Growth
  • GOVT 326: Political Consulting for International Business
  • PHIL 275: Calderwood Seminar in Public Writing: Writing for Social Justice
  • SOC 315: The Health of Communities
  • E&ES 280: Introduction to GIS
  • ARHA 258: Contemporary World Architecture
  • QAC 201: Applied Data Analysis
  • QAC 307: Experimental Design and Causal Inference
  • FILM 331: Video Games as/and the Moving Image: Art, Aesthetics, and Design
  • CSPL 262: Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship
  • CSPL 264: Patricelli Center Fellowship I
  • CSPL 280: Nonprofit Boards: Theory and Practice I