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Interdisciplinary programs let you realize your entrepreneurial dreams, whatever your major may be.

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Business students aren't the only ones learning about entrepreneurship these days. More colleges are encouraging students of every major--from science and technology to humanities and the arts--to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams. Programs like the one at the University of Iowa's John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center give non-business majors a chance to sharpen their entrepreneurial skills. The learning institution grants a certificate of entrepreneurship to students of any major who complete the 18-hour program.

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