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Department of Entrepreneurship

Serving students since 1992, Miami University’s Entrepreneurship Program is an internationally-recognized program that emphasizes strong academic research and immersive, real-world learning opportunities in the areas of startup and venture capital, social entrepreneurship, corporate venturing and technology commercialization, and creativity and innovation. Distinguishing features include a cross-disciplinary focus that engages over 3,200 students annually from 110+ different majors across campus in practice-based and immersive curricular and co-curricular programs that integrate with with entrepreneurial ecosystem builders, and large numbers of opportunities to gain practical, hands-on experience.

No. 7

Entrepreneurship Program in the World

The Princeton Review, 2024

Top 10

Public Entrepreneurship Program 16 Years in a Row

The Princeton Review, 2024

Top 25

Global University and Entrepreneurship Productivity Rankings

TCU Neeley School of Business

Our Programs

The Entrepreneurship Program attracts students from across the university because the skills and tools learned in our curriculum are applicable to all walks of life. The Entrepreneurship co-major and minor exposes students to the mindset and behavior of successful entrepreneurs as well as the principles and concepts associated with entrepreneurship in startup, social, creative, and corporate ventures.

Entrepreneurship at The Farmer School of Business

Best in the World

Entrepreneurship at the Farmer School

Social Entrepreneurship at the Farmer School

The Growth of Entrepreneurship at Miami University

Top 10

College for Producing Fortune 500 CEOs Nationwide

Money Magazine

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Farmer School of Business Department of Entrepreneurship

2078 Farmer School of Business
800 East High Street
Oxford, OH 45056