The recommended courses below are suggestions for students who wish to integrate SESi principles into theirclassroom learning. As a liberal arts college, several courses across disciplines and colleges at Rollins exposestudents to one or more of the SESi guiding principles. Rollins students have expressed interest in takingcourses that align with SESi’s principles. In an effort to provide students with optimal exposure to socialentrepreneurship, social innovation, and sustainability topics in the classroom, this list provides some coursesthat SESi has identified as likely to teach SESi principles. The suggested courses are an opportunity forstudents to become more familiar with one or all of SESi’s guiding principles through their course of study.
Identify how the course content aligned with SESi's principles. Which principles were most relevant? Please provide justification and identify the specific SESi principles.
Since its founding Rollins has been dedicated to educating the next generation of ethical and highly effective leaders. To face the complex challenge of today's world, we need professionals that can navigate between the business, non-profit and governmental sectors of our economy.
The newly formed Department of Business and Social Entrepreneurship will begin offering two new majors and two new minors to full-time undergraduate students. Founded on the principles of innovation, entrepreneurship, social responsibility and excellence, students completing the program will be ready start their careers doing meaningful work. To learn more, or to register for classes visit the BSE web page at www.Rollins.edu/BSE. Classes begin Fall 2013.
Graduate prepared to lead transformational change across a variety of business types. Today’s businesses face new realities, new challenges, and new opportunities for innovation. With an emphasis on sustainability and social responsibility, the business major with a management concentration provides a solid foundation in business theory and practice, entrepreneurship, and innovation. Whether you see yourself in a career at a small organization or a large one, you’ll be prepared to be a successful leader in today’s workforce.
Build a career out of making the world a better place. The social entrepreneurship and business major combines practical business knowledge, entrepreneurial skills, and understanding of current economic, political, cultural, and environmental issues. The program positions graduates to find—or create—careers that apply innovative and sustainable solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges.