Now that you know you can learn to be an entrepreneur, the annual ranking of entrepreneurship programs from The Princeton Review and <i>Entrepreneur</i> magazine shows you which schools get students into the entrepreneurial spirit.
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It's an extraordinary time to study entrepreneurship. With all that the leading colleges and universities have to offer-from studying under professors who've been successful entrepreneurs, to taking classes that focus less on book learning and more on practical exercises in launching real-life businesses-it's no wonder both undergraduates and graduates alike are pursuing an education in entrepreneurship.
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