NEWARK — The University of Delaware has been named a top college for entrepreneurs. LendEDU a marketplace for student loans and student loan refinance, ranks UD sixth in its latest report, Top 50 Colleges for Aspiring Entrepreneurs ...
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The organization reviewed 150 undergraduate entrepreneurial programs and built a unique ranking equation using the following data:
Number of entrepreneurship courses offered to students
Average tuition and fees
Entrepreneurship resources offered by department & program
According to the study, "The Horn Program at the University of Delaware has been growing consistently over the last few years. Offering around 30 entrepreneurship related courses, students can choose between a variety of courses allowing for leniency in their curriculum. The average tuition and fees is a below-average $24,676, which makes attending the university more affordable than most. Students may also partake in the Hen Hatch Competition where prizes total $100,000."