Rising in the Rankings: Cal State San Bernardino’s Entrepreneurship Programs Take the Lead
In the 17th annual rankings of the Princeton Review among the best graduate programs in entrepreneurial studies in the country, Cal State San Bernardino has risen.
CSUSB rose from position 15 to 8 in the West and from position 50 to position 44 globally. One of five universities in California to make a list, CSUSB is the only California State University campus acknowledged in the rankings.
“Since the mid-2000s, when we debuted these ranking lists, student interest in entrepreneurship studies has grown dramatically, as commits to this field in higher education and the extraordinary support of the business community for these programs,” said Rob Franek, The Princeton Review’s editor in chief. “We strongly recommend these schools on our entrepreneurship studies lists for 2023. Their faculties are outstanding. Their programs have robust mentoring components, and their students receive networking support to serve them for years.”
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According to Mike Stull, an entrepreneurship professor at CSUSB, entrepreneurship studies at CSUSB continue to go from strength to strength. The Master of Science in Entrepreneurship and Innovation and MBA programs both excel in preparing students to be the future entrepreneurs of our region and beyond.
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The university has developed a novel approach to graduate education. They also have a robust ecosystem that promotes startup activity and experience learning. In the IE, students have enormous ideas and dreams, and the university helps them achieve those.
This ecosystem comprises the CSUSB School of Entrepreneurship, the only institution in California, and the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship (IECE), one of the world’s largest university-based hubs for entrepreneurship. Stull oversees both the IECE program and the school.
According to the college’s dean, Tomás Gomez-Arias, The Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration has become one of the powerhouses in the IE for business and entrepreneurship.
It has been active in the community for decades, addressing the needs of small businesses and entrepreneurs and recognizing expanding industries and trends, besides the outstanding academic programs in entrepreneurship, talented entrepreneurial faculty, and comprehensive experiential learning programs offered by the IECE.
Entrepreneurship Studies at CSUSB: Worldwide Acclaim and Flourishing Opportunities
Gomez-Arias also praised the institutions that make up the IECE. He noted that examples of the breadth of the resources available include the Women’s Business Centers, the Small Business Development Center, and the International Business Development program.
Tomás D. Morales, president of CSUSB, praised the accomplishments and efforts of Jack H. Brown College.
As per Morales, entrepreneurship studies are receiving the worldwide acclaim they deserve. It’s an honor for the university to be on this list of the best graduate schools in the country and the West that provide programs in this field.
He claimed that entrepreneurship is flourishing both on campus and in the Inland Empire. CSUSB is the place to come if you’re interested in studying entrepreneurship here in California.
Princeton Review has recognized Cal State San Bernardino as one of the best graduate programs in Entrepreneurial Studies. The university has improved its ranking from 15th to 8th in the West and from 50th to 44th globally. CSUSB is the only California State University acknowledged in the scale.
The university’s robust ecosystem supports startup activity and experience learning through its entrepreneurship school and the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship (IECE).