Loyola Marymount University is one of the best schools in the nation for students aspiring to become entrepreneurs, according to The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine.
LMU came in at #17 on the list of “Top 50 Undergraduate Schools for Entrepreneurship Studies for 2020.”
“I am pleased that The Princeton Review has once again recognized the strength of LMU’s entrepreneurship program,” said David Choi, director of the Fred Kiesner Center for Entrepreneurship. “Our students and graduates continue to fulfill their entrepreneurial dreams and build businesses that have the potential for making a real impact in the world.”
“Our entrepreneurship program consistently earns high marks which is a testament to our amazing faculty, staff, students and alumni,” said Dayle Smith, dean of LMU College of Business Administration. “We are fortunate to be located in the tech hub of Silicon Beach, which allows our students to take advantage of an abundance of job and internship opportunities, and for our alumni to stay engaged.”
The Princeton Review names the top 50 undergraduate schools and the top 25 graduate schools for entrepreneurship studies, reporting each list in rank order.
The Princeton Review selected the schools and tallied its rankings based on its June–August 2019 survey of administrators at more than 300 undergraduate and graduate schools offering entrepreneurship studies. The survey asked administrators more than 60 questions about their school’s commitment to entrepreneurship studies inside and outside the classroom. The Princeton Review analyzed more than 40 survey data points to determine the school lists and rankings for 2020.
The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine have reported their rankings annually since 2006. The full list is available at https://www.entrepreneur.com/topcolleges