UH and Rice rank high for entrepreneurs
The University of Houston’s undergraduate entrepreneurship program has received a national accolade from the Princeton Review.
Bauer College’s Cyvia and Melvyn Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship ranked No. 2 in the U.S. on a list of Top 25 Undergraduate Schools for Entrepreneurship Studies. It has earned a top 10 ranking for more than a decade, according to a news release.
Babson College of Wellesley, Mass., was ranked No. 1, and Baylor University was No. 9.
When looking at graduate programs, Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Business ranked No. 2 on the Princeton Review.
Harvard was No. 1, the University of Texas at Austin was No. 16, Texas A&M was No. 18, and UT-Dallas was No. 19.