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Social Innovation

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  • Program requirements

Compulsory Courses (24 units)

INS2101 Introduction to Social Innovation
INS2102 Social Justice and Critical Thinking
INS2103 Social Movements
INS2104 Democracy and Civic Engagement 
INS2105 Social and Solidarity Economy 
INS2106 Management, Administration and Social Innovation
INS3101 Self-Management in Organizations 
INS3102 Practical Seminar: Introduction to Action Research

Optional Courses (6 units)

6 units from:
ECS2192 Inequality, Conflict and Social Justice
INS3103 Capitalism, Classes and Inequalities
INS3104 Labor Movements
IPA1123 Introduction to Group Dynamics
IPA3126 The Spiritual Dimensions of Leadership and Group Facilitation
ISC2301 Communication and Organizations

With the approval of the School of Social Innovation, students may also choose optional courses from among those offered by the School of International Development and Global Studies in order to add an international perspective to their studies.

Some courses have specific prerequisites.

A course that is part of a bachelor degree or a major cannot count as an optional course toward a minor.