Cal State San Bernardino’s graduate program in entrepreneurship has been ranked among the best programs of its kind by the Princeton Review.
The program, which is part of the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration, was named the 15th-best entrepreneurship program in the west and the 50th-best nationwide by the New York-based college admissions service company.
UCLA, USC, UC San Diego, and the University of San Diego ranked 6th, 7th, 20th and 43rd, respectively, on the Top 50 list.
The 2022 rankings were based on surveys conducted from June through August of nearly 300 colleges and universities.
“As the only California State University program included in either the graduate program rankings for 2022, we are excited to be the No. 15 graduate program in the west and among the top 50 in the nation,” said Mike Stull, director of the entrepreneurship school, in a statement. “The School of Entrepreneurship and our Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship are a destination for students wanting to create an entrepreneurial future.”
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