Social Innovation and Culture
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 1
  • Tutorial/Seminar: 2

Introduces students to the way cultural contexts influence the practices and aims of social innovation. It also explores how novel approaches to collaboration and entrepreneurship can draw on culture as a key resource for positive change. SE350 employs hands-on learning and collaborative inquiry in partnership with organizations on- and off-campus.

Additional Course Information
SE200, and either GS220, GS221, AN100 or KS100; or permission of the department.
This course is based on an internship with the Diversity and Equity Office, the Aboriginal Student Centre, or appropriate community partner.