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Top 25 Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Programs In The U.S. For 2019

The University of Michigan’s undergraduate entrepreneurship program ranked No. 1 on The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine’s list of best undergraduate programs for entrepreneurship studies for 2019. For undergraduate programs, the University of Houston ranked No. 2, followed by Babson College at No. 3, Brigham Young University at No. 4 and Northeastern University in the No. 5 spot.

Others in the top 10 for undergraduate schools were Baylor University (TX), Washington University in St. Louis (MO), the University of Maryland, the University of Utah, the Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico).

Top 25 Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Programs In The U.S. For 2019

  1. University of Michigan
  2. University of Houston (TX)
  3. Babson College (MA)
  4. Brigham Young University (UT)
  5. Northeastern University (MA)
  6. Baylor University (TX)
  7. Washington University in St. Louis (MO)
  8. University of Maryland
  9. University of Utah
  10. Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico)
  11. North Carolina State University
  12. Ball State University (IN)
  13. DePaul University (IL)
  14. Miami University (OH)
  15. University of North Carolina at Chael Hill
  16. The University of Iowa
  17. Syracuse University (NY)
  18. University of Kansas
  19. University of Dayton (OH)
  20. The University of Oklahoma
  21. Michigan State University
  22. Texas A&M University
  23. The University of Texas at Dallas
  24. Belmont University (TN)
  25. Drexel University (PA)

To compile the 2019 ranking, magazine surveyed more than 300 institutions offering entrepreneurial studies across data points related to scholarships and grants, successful alumni entrepreneurs and faculty support.

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Aimee Lee Webber
Editorial Aide/Reporter at The CEOWORLD magazine. Nationally Syndicated Advice Columnist. Generally prefer dogs to humans. Loves dragons. New Yorker.
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