Merging Social Entrepreneurship and MBA Degrees

Today, more individuals are “seeking meaning in what they do”. They are continuously exploring, learning and implementing how their business ideas can benefit the environment or disadvantaged communities.

For students earning their MBA degrees, there have been an emergence of social entrepreneurship courses at these business schools, which lay the foundation in understanding how business works while injecting collaboration and philanthropy in different levels. Michael Thornton, for instance, has enrolled in an MBA course which propelled his goal of using the “intersection of environment and engineering to do good.”

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