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List of Colleges with Majors in Entrepreneurship or Small Business

The list below gives schools which have a major in entrepreneurship [or small business]. It is a passive response list, and is more inclusive than many other Internet lists. It was built from several other active response lists, including

Entrepreneurship Compendium authored by Karl Vesper and Bill Gartner
Entrepreneur.com and the Princeton Review's Top Colleges list
Petersons.com Online Expanded List of Undergraduate Majors

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National Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers members list, and
A Google search using the terms "entrepreneurship major" and "small business major"

  1. Alfred University
  2. American International College
  3. Arizona State University
  4. Babson College
  5. Ball State University
  6. Baruch College
  7. Baylor University
  8. Belmont University
  9. Bentley College
  10. Black Hills State
  11. Bocconi (Italy)
  12. Bodo (Norway)
  13. Boise State University
  14. Boston University
  15. Brigham Young University
  16. Brisbane Graduate School of Business
  17. Brock University (Canada)
  18. Cal State, Fresno
  19. Cal State, Hayward
  20. California State University - Long Beach
  21. California State University Monterey Bay
  22. Canisius College
  23. Carnegie Mellon University
  24. Case Western Reserve University
  25. Central Michigan University
  26. Chapman
  27. Chatham College
  28. Claremont
  29. Clarkson College
  30. College of Charleston
  31. Colorado State University
  32. Columbia University
  33. Columbia College (SC)
  34. Community College of Indiana
  35. Confederation
  36. Cornell University
  37. Council for Entrepreneurial Development
  38. Cranfield University (UK)
  39. Creighton University
  40. Curtin Institute of Technology (Australia)
  41. Dalhousie University (Canada)
  42. Davenport University
  43. DeMontfort University
  44. DePaul University
  45. University of Dublin
  46. Eastern Michigan University
  47. Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (Canada)
  48. Edith Cowan University (Australia) [Small Business Major]
  49. EM Lyon
  50. Fairleigh Dickinson University. Undergraduate Major in Entrepreneurship
  51. Florida Atlantic University
  52. Florida International University
  53. Florida State University
  54. Fordham
  55. GEA College of Entrepreneurship (Slovenia)
  56. George Fox University
  57. George Mason University
  58. George Washington
  59. Georgia State University
  60. Georgia Institute of Technology
  61. Glasgow Caledonian
  62. Grand Valley
  63. Hampton University?s
  64. Harvard
  65. Hawaii Pacific University
  66. HEC (France)
  67. Howard Paine University
  68. Husson College
  69. Idaho State University [Small Business Major]
  70. Illinois State
  71. Imperial College (UK)
  72. India School of Business
  73. Indiana University
  74. Iowa State University
  75. John Carroll University
  76. Johnson & Wales University
  77. Johnson County
  78. Keio (Japan)
  79. Kendall College
  80. Kennesaw State University
  81. Kingston (UK)
  82. La Salle University - Manila, Philippines
  83. Laval (Canada)
  84. Linköping (Sweden)
  85. London Business School (UK)
  86. Louisiana State
  87. Loyola Marymount University
  88. Lyceum-Northwestern University (Philippines)
  89. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  90. Massey University (New Zealand) [Small Business Major]
  91. McGill University (Canada)
  92. Miami University
  93. Michigan State
  94. Middle Tennessee State University
  95. MIT
  96. Nanyang (Singapore)
  97. Napier
  98. Nazareth College
  99. New England College
  100. New Mexico State University [Small Business Major]
  101. New York University
  102. Norfolk State
  103. Northeastern State University
  104. Northeastern University
  105. Northern Kentucky University
  106. Northern Michigan University
  107. Northwestern University
  108. Notre Dame
  109. Ohio University
  110. Pace University
  111. Penn State
  112. PHILSSEC Institute of Technology (Philippines )
  113. Quinnipiac University
  114. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  115. Rice
  116. Rider University
  117. Robert Gordon
  118. Rutgers
  119. Ryerson Polytechnic University (Canada)
  120. Saint Louis
  121. Salem State
  122. San Diego State University
  123. San Francisco State University
  124. Savannah State University
  125. Seton Hall College
  126. Sierra Nevada College
  127. Southampton College
  128. Southeastern Oklahoma
  129. Southern Methodist
  130. St. Mary's University of Minnesota
  131. St. Marys University of San Antonio
  132. St. Cloud State
  133. Stanford - Business
  134. Stanford - Engineering
  135. Sterling College
  136. Stillman University
  137. Suffolk University
  138. SUNY - Plattsburgh
  139. Swinburne (Australia)
  140. Syracuse University
  141. Tarlac State University (Philippines)
  142. Temple University
  143. Texas Christian University
  144. Thomas College
  145. Thomas Edison State College
  146. Thunderbird
  147. Trinity Christian College
  148. Troy State University
  149. Tulane
  150. University of Akron
  151. University of Alabama
  152. University of Alberta (Canada)
  153. University of Arizona
  154. University of Arkansas at Little Rock
  155. University of Baltimore
  156. University of Calgary (Canada)
  157. University of California Berkeley
  158. University of California Riverside
  159. University of Cape Town (South Africa)
  160. University of Chicago
  161. University of Cincinnati
  162. University of Colorado- Boulder
  163. University of Colorado, Denver
  164. University of Dayton
  165. University of Denver
  166. University of Durham (UK)
  167. University of Georgia
  168. University of Ghent (Belgium)
  169. University of Groningen (Netherlands)
  170. University of Hartford
  171. University of Hawaii
  172. University of Houston (Marketing & Entrepreneurship Dept.)
  173. University of Houston Center for Entrepreneurship
  174. University of Illinois Chicago
  175. University of Iowa
  176. University of Jyvaskyla (Finland)
  177. University of Kentucky
  178. University of Limerick (Ireland)
  179. University of Louisville
  180. University of Maryland, College Park
  181. University of Michigan
  182. University of Minnesota
  183. University of Manitoba (Canada)
  184. University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  185. University of Missouri, Kansas City
  186. University of Nebraska, Lincoln
  187. University of North Carolina
  188. University of North Dakota
  189. University of North Texas
  190. University of Oregon
  191. University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)
  192. University of Portland
  193. University of Quebec (Canada)
  194. University of San Jose-Recoletos (Philippines)
  195. University of Santa Catarina (Brazil)
  196. University of Sioux Falls
  197. University of South Africa-Capetown
  198. University of South Carolina
  199. University of Southern California
  200. University of St. Thomas
  201. University of Stirling (UK)
  202. University of Strathclyde International (UK)
  203. University of Technology Sydney (Australia) [Small Business Major]
  204. University of Texas Austin
  205. University of Texas at El Paso
  206. University of Victoria (Canada)
  207. University of Virginia
  208. University of Washington
  209. University of Wisconsin-Madison
  210. UCLA
  211. UFMG (Brazil)
  212. University of the Findlay
  213. University Of Vaasa (Finland)
  214. University of Virginia
  215. University of Washington
  216. University of Wyoming
  217. Utah State
  218. US International University
  219. Växjö (Sweden)
  220. Vienna Univ. (Austria)
  221. Wake Forest
  222. Washington State University
  223. Western Carolina University
  224. Wichita State University
  225. Wits (South Africa)
  226. Wright State University
  227. Xavier University
  228. York University (Canada)

Active & Passive Approaches

There are many lists of schools teaching entrepreneurship, but I found I had some kind of problem with most of them. In short the problem I found was that the lists require an active approach on the part of schools. For example, surveys such as the Entrepreneurship Compendium authored by Karl Vesper and Bill Gartner, and Petersons.com Online Expanded List of Undergraduate Majors all require the school to take an active part in submitting information to them to be listed. Similarly, the National Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers members list lists its members (which required another form), but links only to the business school pages, making it uncertain as to whether the school has a major on top of a center.

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