Cal State San Bernardino has been named one of the top 50 graduate programs for entrepreneurial studies by the Princeton Review.
The Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration ranked 44th internationally and eighth in the western United States in the review’s 2023 rankings, which were published last month.
Cal State San Bernardino was the only Cal State campus and one of only five California universities to make the list: UCLA (4), UC San Diego (13) Loyola Marymount (27) and the University of San Diego (50) were the others.
Student interest in entrepreneurial studies has grown in the 17 years since the review began ranking that category, said Rob Franek, the review’s editor-in-chief, in a statement.
“We strongly recommend these schools on our entrepreneurship studies lists for 2023,” Frank said in a statement. “Their faculties are outstanding, their programs have robust mentoring components and their students receive networking support that will serve them for years to come.”
Cal State Bernardino President Tomas D. Morales praised Jack H. Brown College’s efforts.
“This is the level of global recognition that our entrepreneurship studies deserve,” Morales said in the statement. “I am proud that we are being included in this list of the top graduate institutions in the nation and the west.”
The Princeton Review is an education services company in New York. It provides tutoring, test preparation and admission guidance to students and is not affiliated with Princeton University