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Programs & Interests: Entrepreneurship
 

Entrepreneurship at Tulane is not just a class, or series of classes. Tulane programs are active in the community, working with businesses to explore opportunities.
The Freeman School's entrepreneurial programs are brought together through the Levy Rosenblum Institute. The institute focuses on new businesses, family business, and social entrepreneurship. Relationships with the community give Tulane students access - in New Orleans and around the world. 

Tulane students have worked with entrepreneurs operating multi-national companies and local operations.  The annual business plan competition draws entrepreneurs from around the globe. 

Recognizing this strength, Tulane's Freeman School was ranked in the top 15 Entrepreneurship programs by Entrepreneur Magazine and the Princeton Review (2007).

 

 

 

 

Last Updated 9/2/10
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