The University of Louisville’s IMBA – The MBA for Entrepreneurial Thinking program has been ranked as one of the best entrepreneurial graduate schools in the country by Entrepreneur magazine.
The Louisville program ranked No. 21 in the magazine’s annual listing of the top 50 Entrepreneurial Colleges.
To compile the list, Entrepreneur partnered with The Princeton Review, a leading provider to educational services, to solicit data from more than 2,300 undergraduate and graduate schools about their offerings in entrepreneurship. Schools were asked about the types of courses offered (i.e. e-business, social entrepreneurship, etc.), types of academic opportunities required of students (internships, experiential learning, etc.), what percentage of formally enrolled entrepreneurship students in the most recent graduating class had launched a business since graduating, what percentage of those students are still in business, and what percentage of the entrepreneurship faculty had started, bought or run a successful business.
IMBA-The MBA for Entrepreneurial Thinking
University of Louisville College of Business
Number of students enrolled: 56
Faculty who are entrepreneurs: 90%
Recent grads who started a business: 38%
Percentage still in business: 100%
Number of entrepreneurship clubs: 2
Mentorship programs: 3
Web site: www.business.louisville.edu/imba