While the number of startups founded by MBAs from elite business schools was down in 2017, there is a growing trend that suggests entrepreneurial skills are becoming an integral part of the standard curriculum, regardless of whether students end up starting their own businesses after graduation.
As businesses across the board navigate tumultuous policy shifts and an increasingly tech-orientated business landscape, there is a demand for MBA graduates to be well-equipped to meet the unique challenges of the day as soon as they are employed.
BusinessBecause looked into 10 US-based MBA programs with generous resources that cater to budding entrepreneurs. While some of the programs reviewed are iconic MBA institutions, we also looked beyond the usual suspects to highlight programs that might normally fly under the typical 'Top 10' radars.
Here's 10 of the best US MBA programs for entrepreneurship:
1. Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College, New York
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