Clarkson University’s Entrepreneurship Program Ranks High in Latest U.S. News Rankings


Innovation & Entrepreneurship, one of Clarkson University’s flagship programs at the David D. Reh School of Business, was ranked as one of the top programs in the country by US News & World Report. The company released its ranking of the best colleges for 2023 this week, and Clarkson University was ranked among the top 130 institutions in the country, with its entrepreneurship program ranked in the top 40 in the US

Ranked 36th (tied with Syracuse University and Bentley University), Clarkson’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship program gives students the opportunity to turn their current passion or idea into action. The program is one of the few in the country that offers students in their freshman semester a platform to create plans to start a business, pitch their idea to venture fund managers, and request seed capital to start the business as early as their second semester. Many graduates have started their own companies or continued what they started during their studies.

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“It is exciting to be recognized for our student-centred entrepreneurship education program. The results of our approach are rewarding; so many of our Reh School of Business graduates are leading innovative companies around the world making a meaningful impact,” said Professor Marc Compeau, co-director of the Reh Center of Entrepreneurship.

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“Entrepreneurial leadership is one of the core competencies of the Reh University of Economics. The US News ranking is a tribute to the relevance of our curriculum and our focus on experiential learning, the quality of our faculty experts, and our commitment to developing entrepreneurial leaders who combine business acumen, analytical thinking, technical expertise, and a global perspective to benefit business and society come,” said Dr. Diego Nocetti, dean of the Reh School of Business.

The global perspective addressed by Dean Nocetti was also emphasized by Professor Christian Felzensztein, holder of the Reh Foundation Chair for Entrepreneurial Leadership and co-director of the Reh Center of Entrepreneurship: “Last year we started the Reh Entrepreneurship Speakers Series, with experts from top universities worldwide. They helped our students gain a deeper understanding of entrepreneurship and technological issues impacting emerging global business trends today – and eventually leading their own technology start-ups in a highly globalized economy. In addition, we conduct impactful research at the intersection of entrepreneurship, innovation and sustainability worldwide to help communities and new entrepreneurs thrive in these new challenging times of the global economy,” said Felzensztein.

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