Top Entrepreneurial Colleges -Undergraduate

According to the seventh annual ranking of top entrepreneurial colleges (undergraduate) by “Entrepreneur Magazine” and “The Princeton Review”, Babson College took the top spot in the league table, followed by University of Houston (2nd) and University of Arizona (3rd). The rankings are based on a survey of more than 2,300 undergraduate and graduate schools.

Syracuse University Whitman School of Management's undergraduate program in entrepreneurship has been ranked 13th among the nation’s top 25 undergraduate programs by Entrepreneur Magazine and The Princeton Review (2009), and also rated 6th in the US News & World Report (2010). Whitman is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).

Temple University’s Fox School of Business was recognized as having some of the best entrepreneurship programs in the nation, ranked 5th in the league table. Temple’s entrepreneurship program includes interdisciplinary educational opportunities, internships with new and growing ventures, intense mentoring and coaching, annual idea generation and business plan competitions, community outreach, workshops and seminars, and annual conferences in social, global, women’s and industry-specific entrepreneurship.

Ball State University is placed 21st nationally, and its entrepreneurship program also made the top 25 list by Fortune Small Business.

Best Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Programs 2009 (Top 10 list):
1 Babson College
2 University of Houston
3 University of Arizona
4 Baylor University
5 Temple University
6 Drexel University
7 University of Dayton
8 DePaul University
9 City University of New York - Baruch College
10 University of Southern California

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