Persistent social problems such as concentrated poverty, environmental degradation, and income inequality demand innovative new solutions to addressing these issues and improving the quality of life for all members of society. This certificate prepares future social innovators to design innovative policy solutions, create social enterprises and develop new financial tools to speed the pace of social innovation.
Students will take 13-15* units of course work depending on the electives chosen. There are two required courses (7 units) and students select two elective courses.
*Total unit value depends on elective courses selected.