Women 3.0 ranks Ball State's MBA program for entrepreneurship in top 50
Topic: Miller College of Business
January 25, 2008
Women 3.0 magazine is listing Ball State University's master of business administration (MBA) program in entrepreneurship as one of the top 50 in the country.
In the publication's February/March issue, the university's entrepreneurship program is listed alphabetically among colleges and universities offering "superior business degrees with a strong emphasis in entrepreneurship."
To receive the ranking, a university must have a strong MBA program with a degree in entrepreneurship or an entrepreneurship track with talented faculty. Universities and colleges must also have a wide variety of relevant electives and established entrepreneurship centers/incubators. In addition, the schools had to be near strong business-hub cities.
Founded more than 20 years ago in the Miller College of Business, the entrepreneurship program has established a solid position at the forefront of entrepreneurial education, research and innovation, with a commitment to outreach and research through the Entrepreneurship Center and as the co-administrative site for the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers.
Started in 2006, Women 3.0 provides essential business information and advice to professionals, corporate executives, entrepreneurs and decision makers. For more information, go to www.women3.com.