5 schools for entrepreneurs

Like any growth industry, entrepreneurship education has attracted creative minds with ideas about how to make their programs stand out. A sampler.

1 of 5
Babson College
Wellesley, Mass.

Competitive edge: Every first-year student has to start a business, with the goal of turning a profit on a loan of up to $3,000 by year's end. Faculty members have real-world experience.

Good to know: One course, The Ultimate Entrepreneurial Challenge, is modeled on The Apprentice -- with teams of students competing in 13 challenges.

$12,492 (evening MBA),
$35,110 (two-year),
$48,688 (one-year),
$49,800 (fast track)

Contact: 781-235-1200
NEXT: Indiana University
Last updated March 11 2010: 9:57 AM ET
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Note: All schools have graduate and undergraduate programs.
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