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FIU entrepreneurship programs ranked Top 50 in the nation, Top 10 in the Southeast by The Princeton Review

FIU entrepreneurship programs ranked Top 50 in the nation, Top 10 in the Southeast by The Princeton Review

December 15, 2021 at 2:40pm

The Princeton Review® and Entrepreneur® have ranked Florida International University’s entrepreneurship programs No. 6 best graduate and No. 7 best undergraduate in the Southeast region for 2022.
 Chapman Graduate School of Business was ranked No. 21 among all public universities. FIU’s undergraduate entrepreneurship program was ranked No. 26 among public universities.
The Princeton Review's 16th annual ranking of undergraduate and graduate schools for entrepreneurship studies is based on a survey the education services company conducted in summer 2021 of nearly 300 schools with entrepreneurship offerings. The ranking’s data points included academic offerings, experiential learning opportunities, and career outcomes.
The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur cited
 StartUP FIUEugenio Pino and Family Global Entrepreneurship CenterFlorida Small Business Development Center at FIU, and FIU’s College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts’ Ratcliffe Art + Design Incubator as some of the entrepreneurship programs that catapulted FIU into the top 10 in the Southeast. They also noted annual entrepreneurship courses offered by the Chaplin School of Hospitality and Tourism Management and Honors College that give students real-world experiences.
“Our entrepreneurship programs are drivers of prosperity. They help our students and our community grow companies and create jobs,” said FIU President Mark B. Rosenberg. “The Princeton Review rankings confirm that what we are doing is having a real impact.”
This year, The Princeton Review tallied regional sub-lists – Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, West, and International – in addition to the overall top 50 graduate and undergraduate programs. 
"This ranking recognizes our world-class programs that give current and future entrepreneurs the tools they need to launch and grow their businesses," said Emily Gresham, FIU assistant vice president of research, innovation and economic development and co-founder of StartUP FIU. "Entrepreneurship skills are invaluable in the 21st century and we’re dedicated to making sure programs that nurture these skills are available to our students and beyond."