Why Study Social Entrepreneurship?

    Now more than ever, we need young leaders and innovators who are serious about social change. The Social Entrepreneurship concentration is a hands-on program that will teach you to use all of the technological, creative, and financial resources at your disposal to successfully start your own social enterprise.

    Why Study Social Entrepreneurship at MMC?

    At MMC you will have the guidance of professors and local New York Cityinvestorswho will help you develop a business plan that will build your career while helping local communities. Whether you want to pursue an MBA or work in venture capital, manage a community organization or become a serial entrepreneur, we’ll help you develop the skills and experience to do good and succeed in business.

    What You Will Learn

    • You’ll learn foundational principles and professional skills across business disciplines in courses including: Marketing. Organizational Behavior, Strategic Management, Accounting, and Information Technology.
    • As a student in the Social Entrepreneurship concentration, you’ll graduate with: critical thinking skills, problem-solving creativity, cultural awareness, and an informed commitment to social, political, and ethical responsibility.
    • You’ll prepare to take on the challenges of modern entrepreneurship by taking courses in: Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Finance, Digital Marketing, The Legal Environment of Business, Advertising and Society, Business and Society, and Leadership


    Business Division
    Carson Hall 517

    Division Chair
    Dr. Vandana Rao
    (212) 517-0635

    Career Outcomes

    MMC’s Business major program gives you real-world experience in the industries that power NYC—arts, media, nonprofits, fashion, finance, and more. You’ll be ready to hit the ground running after you graduate. Below are just a few of the roles and places alumni of this program have landed.

    Job Titles and Programs

    • Founder of “Fashion Censored”
    • Manager, Diversity and Inclusion
    • Product and Materials Developer
    • Marketing Manager
    • Assistant Curator for Exhibitions
    • Fashion Editor
    • HR Analyst
    • MFA in New YorkSchool of Interior Design


    • Christie’s
    • Morgan Stanley
    • Harper’s Bazaar
    • Columbia University, in the City of New York
    • University of Toronto
    • Ralph Lauren

    Bring It to the Runway

    The business department and the Fashion Marketing Student Association host an annual fashion show. A recent show was produced alongside the Asian Students Association and it celebrated and honored the wide range of cultures in our campus community.


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