Earn a Master of Arts in Social Entrepreneurship and Change from Pepperdine
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The Master of Arts in Social Entrepreneurship and Change program prepares students to solve social issues and inspire change as leaders in a wide variety of entrepreneurial, organizational, and business settings.
In this 40-unit program, you will experience wide-ranging and comprehensive instruction that incorporates a unique balance of organizational and enterprise competencies. Students analyze complex social problems, create sustainable market-based solutions, and learn management practices such as formulating strategies, leading impactful organizations, and developing business plans that include finance, economic logic, and marketing campaigns.
In the second year of the curriculum, learners participate in a Global Exchange Experience in a developing country. The program culminates in a two-term capstone project that includes researching and creating a social enterprise, writing a business plan, and presenting their validated idea to social entrepreneur leaders in a Fast Pitch event.
Hybrid format is ideal for working professionals
and full-time students allowing you to take advantage of the best features of both face-to-face and online learning.
Access to major-university resources
at the #46-ranked university in the US*
Cohort model designed for strong peer support
and lifelong professional relationships.
Small class sizes providing a supportive learning environment
and meaningful student-faculty interactions.
Complete 40 credits in approximately 20 months
* U.S. News & Report, Best Colleges Rankings, National Universities