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In a survey of more than 2,000 undergraduate and business school entrepreneurship training programs, the Princeton Review named University of South Florida’s graduate interdisciplinary entrepreneurship program one of the top 25 programs in the United States.
The Princeton Review, a prominent provider of educational services, partnered in the ranking with Entrepreneur magazine.
USF’s entrepreneurship program has been part of the top 25 roster in each of the past five years, but has managed to climb up eight spots to 11th this year, according to a press release. The Princeton Review conducts the survey based on mentoring, experiential learning, and specific course offerings. It also considers alumni success and career prospects for current students, the release said.
The entrepreneurship program is associated with USF’s three colleges: the College of Business, College of Engineering, and the Morsani College of Medicine. It also collaborates with the Patel School of Global Sustainability to diversify the learning experience the release said.
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