Why we chose it: Arizona has been at the forefront of entrepreneurship education since 1984. The school spreads the spirit of the discipline across campus with its one-year associate certificate program, which has trained grads and undergrads in fields such as life sciences, fine arts, and optical science. The program places these non-business students into B-school courses, and puts them on new venture teams with entrepreneurship majors. Venture teams can get exposure to business legal issues by serving as mock clients to law students learning to build and manage a law firm through a joint initiative between the business and law schools.
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