By: Olivia Krauth
The U of L College of Business’s graduate entrepreneurship program has jumped to the 18th spot in The Princeton Review’s annual ranking of the best college programs in the field. Last year the program was ranked 20th.
U of L’s program provides both masters and doctoral degrees in entrepreneurship.
“We’re proud of our talented, experienced entrepreneurship director, Van Clouse, and his outstanding faculty, said Carolyn Callahan, dean of U of L’s College of Business. “They are providing exceptional academic leadership and offering innovative opportunities that link our students to the real business world.”
“Our ranking is well deserved recognition of the dedication and hard work of our entrepreneurship students, faculty and staff,” said Van Clouse, chair of the entrepreneurship department.
Each year, The Princeton Review works with Entrepreneur magazine to name the top 50 programs in entrepreneurship, 25 undergraduate programs and 25 graduate. The list considers a wide array of factors, including funding and activity in the program.
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