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Horn Entrepreneurship named a top undergrad program by Entrepreneur mag

The seven-year-old biz program at UD landed at #38 out of 50 nationally.

Inside UD Horn in 2017. (Courtesy photo)

Entrepreneur magazine and the Princeton Review — the standardized testing training company known for its college lists — have declared University of Delaware’s Horn Entrepreneurship to be one of the top undergrad programs in the nation for up-and-coming entrepreneurs.

The #38 ranking in the Top 50, between University of Tampa and Florida Atlantic University, puts Horn in the top 13% of undergrad entrepreneurship programs in the country, and among the top programs in the region.

The highest ranking Mid-Atlantic school on the list is University of Maryland, College Park (7). Others include Temple University (29), Drexel University (32) and American University in Washington, D.C. (49).

University of Houston ranked #1.

Horn Entrepreneurship was launched in 2012 by entrepreneur and investor Charlie Horn. Some of the companies and projects that were born via Horn include Carvertise, Dual School, TheraV and recent Swim with Sharks winner WilmInvest.

Companies: University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship / University of Delaware

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