The Princeton Review surveys more than 2,000 schools each year to rank the 50 best entrepreneurship programs. Here's our 2011 list, plus a look behind the numbers.
What do entrepreneurs study in school? Here's a look at some of the highlights that the leading schools boast about.
Alain Kaloyeros pioneered nanotech research at the University at Albany. Now he oversees a program in which students are trained to be both scientists and entrepreneurs.
Candida Brush knows the ultimate irony of successful entrepreneurship: It's not about doing something on your own.
Boston College's John Gallaugher doesn't try to be an all-knowing mentor to his students. But he does lead them on their first trek into the galaxy of tech.
Producing and using locally sourced food is becoming a sustainable business. Call it Foodie Inc.
This business analyst is an unlikely leader in the economics of food localization.
More people are exploring microfarming as a way to become their own boss. A look at two moonlighting gardeners in Cleveland.
How a Silicon Valley veteran and an English-bred chef helped define the farm-to-table movement.
Going to business school certainly doesn't guarantee entrepreneurial success--but is it valuable? Entrepreneur went to experts from both sides of the lectern for firsthand accounts of the pros and cons of MBA programs.
Google+ has quickly become the place to be in social media. Here's why--and what your business should do about it.