MUN launches Canada’s first master’s degree in social enterprise and entrepreneurship

January 15, 2018

Memorial University has launched a new master’s degree to train students in the essential skills of social enterprise and entrepreneurship. A MUN release reports that the new master of business administration in social enterprise and entrepreneurship is a 12-month program focused on developing change agents committed to sustainable and social business practices in public, private, and not-for-profit sectors. “There is a growing awareness of social enterprise and social entrepreneurship throughout the business world,” says Isabelle Dostaler, dean of MUN’s Faculty of Business Administration. “With this new MBA program specifically designed to focus on the three pillars of sustainability – people, planet and profits – we aim to develop graduates who will be agents of change.” MUN