In light of the major social and economic issues around the world, the Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP) has established a new degree which will empower students to effect change at the local and global levels.  With a course curriculum that builds business, management, and leadership proficiency, the 40-unit master of arts in social entrepreneurship and change will encourage students to explore the root causes of pressing problems affecting individuals, communities, and nations, and develop models for sustainable solutions.

Join the ranks of the many GSEP students and alumni already striving to address social challenges around the world.  This program is applicable for students interested in working in advocacy, philanthropy, or nonprofit management, and who will benefit from Pepperdine’s distinguished faculty and legacy of service.  The technology-blended format, with 40 percent online coursework and 60 percent face-to-face sessions, is accommodating for the working professional, and scholarships, grants, and loans are available to help finance program fees.

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