Northeastern ranked 7th in undergraduate entrepreneurship education

The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur Magazine recently ranked the top undergraduate entrepreneurship programs in the nation, and Northeastern University’s program placed 7th. 

The university’s Center for Entrepreneurship Education is a university-wide resource that integrates entrepreneurship and innovation courses, entrepreneurial co-ops in early stage companies, venture incubation through our on-campus venture accelerator, IDEA, and venture funding and launch by helping our entrepreneurs network into the local angel and VC community. It is operated in conjunction with the D’Amore-McKim School of Business.

Northeastern University currently offers 35 entrepreneurship-related undergraduate courses. Over the last five years, its graduates have started 400 companies and have collectively raised $12,200,000 in funding. Sixty percent of the total undergraduate entrepreneurship faculty have started, bought, or run a successful business. 60 individual mentors worked with students through an officially sponsored school program.

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