1) Harvard University – Harvard Business School
The Arthur Rock Center for Entrepreneurship
The Arthur Rock Center for Entrepreneurship empowers student and alumni entrepreneurs to create ventures that revolutionize.
2) Babson College – F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business
Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship
Dedicated in 1998, The Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship is the nerve center for entrepreneurial activity at Babson.
3) University of Michigan—Ann Arbor – Stephen M. Ross School of Business
Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurship
Zell Lurie’s leadership and excellence in entrepreneurship education is highlighted through interviews with mentors, faculty, students and alumni. Recent start-ups, experiences in venture capital & private equity, and new courses are featured.
4) Rice University – Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business
MBA programs focus on the qualities that mark the successful leader, delivering knowledge for excellence in accounting, finance, marketing, operations, entrepreneurship, and global business. Students have access to electives which provide insight into industries such as energy, health care, real estate, management consulting and portfolio management.
5) Stanford University – Stanford Graduate School of Business MBA Program
Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
The most exciting innovations derive from cross-disciplinary collaboration and encourage this by serving entrepreneurial faculty members and graduate students from across Stanford, in partnership with the greater entrepreneurial community.
6) Northwestern University – Kellogg School of Management
The Levy Institute and the Kellogg Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative provide students interested in entrepreneurship and social impact a variety of opportunities to engage with Kellogg faculty, alumni, and business professionals.
Brigham Young University – Marriott School of Management
The Marriott School has hired the brightest minds from around the world to teach in the MBA Program. During the first year, students gain a solid understanding of the best business practices through their core classes. Then, they put that learning to practice in a full-time internship in the corporate world during the summer between their first and second years. When students return for the second year of the program, they are able to focus on one of five majors: OB/HR, finance, marketing, global supply chain, or entrepreneurship.