The University Entrepreneurial Program Register is a curated list, spotlighting Universities and their entrepreneur programs.
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Depaul University, located in Chicago, was ranked #20 in the nation’s Top 25 Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Programs. In the last five years, DU graduates ave started 133 companies and have collectively raised over $70 million in funding.
The University of Oklahoma’s Tom Love Center for Entrepreneurship is recognized as one of the top 25 best Entrepreneurship programs in the United States by Entrepreneur and The Princeton Review.UO graduates have started 43 companies and have collectively raised $15,963,700.
The University of Michigan focuses on the importance of creativity and innovation. Combining these values with a well rounded education gives its students not only the building blocks to build their own future, but also the confidence to do so. Over the past five years, students and alumni have raised over $68 million in funding.
Baylor University has ranked #12 in the U.S. for its Entrepreneurship program. Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business Entrepreneurship program has educated and molded aspiring entrepreneurs for over 40 years by involving students in emerging business ventures.
Founded on faith and the pursuit of knowledge, Brigham Young University is a private institution that prides itself in a creative environment that encourages innovation, entrepreneurship, and cultivates strong values. Not only does BYU set a high standard for its students, but the university also maintains a standard of excellence through its faculty and resources.
The C.T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston in Houston, Texas has been nationally recognized by The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur Magazine for having one of the Top 10 Entrepreneurship programs in the nation for more than ten consecutive years. A competitive and thriving institution, the University of Houston prides itself and cultivating industrious, versatile professionals who are ready to dive into the bustling job market.
Belmont University’s entrepreneur program gives aspiring entrepreneurs a well-rounded education that incorporates business models, ethics, growth management, and helps recognize and evaluate potential opportunities.
Loyola Marymount University (LMU) was one of the very first universities in the United States to offer an entrepreneurship program in 1972. Our goal is simple: Helping our students become super-successful entrepreneurs.
The John E. and Alice L. Butler Venture Accelerator at Babson provides an ecosystem where participants live and breathe entrepreneurship.