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University of California, Berkeley
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA
Tuition: $26,256 (In-state: $6,636)

Why we chose it: Berkeley's Haas School of Business encourages undergrads to participate in international study programs to develop a global view of business. The Global Management Concentration requires language study, overseas experience and international coursework. The Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology is specifically designed for undergraduates who hope to bring technology to market. The Haas School also has a code of ethics, stressing honesty and responsibility for business majors. It also offers The Social, Political, and Ethical Environment of Business, a course that explores the role that businesses play in setting the society's values, as well as the expanding involvement of business in solving social problems.

Also appears in:  Double Majors | Executives | MBAs | Social entrepreneurship

Notable entrepreneurial alumni:
• Tom Anderson, Co-founder, MySpace.com, Graduated 1998
• Steve Wozniak, Co-founder, Apple Computer, Graduated 1987

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