Temple’s entrepreneurship programs are being recognized on a national level.
Each year The Princeton Review and Entrepreneurship Magazine release the top 25 undergraduate and graduate entrepreneurship programs. This year Temple has earned rankings in both.
The programs, which are housed in the Fox School of Business, have each received top-10 rankings. The undergraduate program jumped three spots from last year to come in at number 8, while the graduate program improved by six to claim the number 10 spot.
The Princeton Review and Entrepreneurship Magazine surveyed more than 300 schools offering entrepreneurship programs, and narrowed them down to just 36 institutions. Temple is one of only five schools to earn top-10 rankings for both the undergraduate and graduate program.
The rankings are based on a wide array of criteria, including the number of courses offered, clubs, businesses started, faculty who are entrepreneurs, funds raised by alumni, and competitions.
Temple offers a variety of entrepreneurship programs, from the Innovate and Create Living Learning Community (LLC), to the annual Innovative Idea Competition and Be Your Own Boss Bowl. Many of these programs are offered through Temple’s very own Innovation and Entrepreneurship Institute (IEI).
Temple has been featured in these rankings since 2006, and the hope is to continue enhancing the entrepreneurship programs in the years ahead.
The complete list of rankings can be found here