Head of the class
The University of Texas at Austin has earned new accolades for its entrepreneurship programs.
For the second consecutive year, the university appears as No. 2 in a list of the best undergraduate entrepreneurship programs by The Princeton Review, a provider of education services, and Entrepreneur magazine.
The lists identify 50 undergraduate and 50 graduate programs that boast the best entrepreneurship offerings based on factors such as coursework, experiential learning opportunities, and career outcomes. The ranking measures more than 40 data points about the schools’ entrepreneurship programs, faculties, students, and alumni.
Other Texas schools featured in The Princeton Review rankings include:
- Rice University, No. 1 for best graduate entrepreneurship program
- University of Houston, No. 1 for the best undergraduate entrepreneurship program
- Texas Christian University, No. 27 for the best undergraduate entrepreneurship program
- The University of Texas at Dallas, No. 15 for the best graduate entrepreneurship program and No. 28 for the best undergraduate entrepreneurship program
- Baylor University, No. 42 for the best undergraduate entrepreneurship program
- Texas Tech University, No. 43 for the best undergraduate entrepreneurship program
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