By teaching everything from planning to perserverance, the schools in our 3rd Annual Top 100 Colleges and Universities give their students a competitive advantage in the real world.
Editor's note: For a complete listing of the collegiate entrepreneurial program rankings, visit Top 100 Entrepreneurial Colleges . For detailed listings, sorts and comparisons, plus a complete analysis of more than 75 criteria at 500 collegiate entrepreneurship programs nationwide, go to www.entrepoint.com .
More than 80 years after the first entrepreneurship education program began at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, and a decade or so since such programs mushroomed into the thousands, it's clear that entrepreneurship can be taught. But are those who study it more likely to become entrepreneurs? And will they be more successful than other business students?
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