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Best for double majors

Doctors, chefs, and poets also learn entrepreneurship in these cross-pollination programs.

Cornell University
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY
Tuition: N.A.

Why we chose it: The "granddaddy of cross-disciplinary studies," this Ivy offers more than 40 entrepreneurship courses in such areas as chemistry, communications, hotel administration, law, and textile design. "The curriculum at Cornell taught me how to approach design from many, many angles," says Malia Mills, 40, who studied apparel design as an undergrad before starting her New York-based swimwear company (maliamills.com). "I think the multi-angled approach is critical to the success of any entrepreneur," she says.

Also appears in:  MBAs | Social entrepreneurship | Undergrads

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