Kettering University has once again landed a top spot on the Princeton Review’s list of Top Undergraduate Schools for Entrepreneurship Studies.
The prestigious list recognized just 50 U.S. schools, which earned their ranking based on Princeton Review’s summer 2021 survey of administrators at nearly 300 undergraduate and graduate schools that offer entrepreneurship studies.
“The underpinnings of all Kettering Management degree programs are designed for the preparation of leaders and managers for the IR4.0 digital economy with a fundamental orientation on innovation and entrepreneurship,” said Dr. Haseeb Ahmed, Interim Dean of the School of Management. “This national ranking by a well-recognized organization such as Princeton Review provides external validation of the quality of our specific degree program in innovation and entrepreneurship in terms of its programmatic rigor, currency, robustness and learner success track record.”
The list was compiled using more than 40 data points in the following categories: academic and requirements; students and faculty; alumni entrepreneurship ventures; outside the classroom; competitions hosted by the school/program; and scholarships and aid. Data points include course options, enrollment in those courses, the number of companies started by graduates in the last five years and types of financial aid available for entrepreneurship studies.
The School of Management offers undergraduate degrees in Management and graduate degrees in Operations Management, Engineering Management, Supply Chain Management, Tech Business Administration and Business Administration. It also offers concentrations in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Supply Chain Management, Sustainable Solutions for Enterprise, Technology Leadership and Business Analytics.
The list is featured on The Princeton Review’s website and will appear in the December issue of Entrepreneur magazine