Building upon Tulane University’s strengths in civic engagement and service-learning, the social innovation and social entrepreneurship (SISE) minor provides students with skills to create a more just and equitable society. The five main SISE courses introduce students to concepts of social innovation, mindsets of human-centered design, and frameworks for social impact leadership. Students in the minor develop an understanding of complex problems and systems change while developing a toolkit to create positive social and environmental change.
& SISE 2890
|Intro Social Innov/Entrepreneu|
and Service Learning: SISE 2010 (mandatory service learning) 1
|SISE 2020||Intro to Business||3|
|SISE 3010||Dsgn thinking Collective Impac||4|
|SISE 4020||Ldrship for Collective Impact||3|
|SISE 4050||Senior Seminar 2||1|
|SISE Approved Elective (must be taken concurrently with SISE 4050)||3|
|Total Credit Hours||17-18|
SISE 2010 is a pre-requisite for all other classes
SISE 4050 must be taken concurrently with a SISE-approved elective after all other courses are completed.