Entrepreneurship, Organizations, and Society

Building entrepreneurial competence to affect positive transformations in business, nonprofits, and society

In today’s rapidly changing global world, the lines between workplaces—for-profit businesses, nonprofit organizations, social impact ventures, start-ups, and the public sector—are increasingly blurred. And today’s college graduates, as their career paths inevitably shift and evolve, will frequently navigate between different workplaces. The EOS interdisciplinary minor aims to prepare students from all majors for the economic realities and social challenges of today’s world. By combining critical analysis with firsthand experiences, students gain the entrepreneurial competence and fundamental knowledge to succeed in different career contexts and to contribute solutions to today’s most vexing problems.