The University of Maryland has once again made The Princeton Review's list of the country's top entrepreneurship programs. In the 2014 list of the "Top 50 Schools For Entrepreneurship Programs," published in Entrepreneur magazine, UMD ranks No. 15 for its undergraduate program. The university also ranks No. 16 for its graduate program, up eight spots from the 2013 rankings.
The Smith School continues to be recognized as a great place for entrepreneurial students to learn and experiment with starting and growing businesses. The school is committed to teaching entrepreneurship through experiential learning opportunities. Smith’s Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship has been at the center of that mission for more than 25 years, helping students build ventures, creating learning opportunities, and providing access to capital.
The Smith School also continues to be a leader in entrepreneurship education across campus, spearheading new efforts to expand entrepreneurship opportunities throughout the University of Maryland.