CSUSB’s School of Entrepreneurship has received recognition as one of the premier institutions worldwide for graduate entrepreneurship studies, as announced by The Princeton Review in collaboration with Entrepreneur magazine.

For The Princeton Review’s “2024 Top Entrepreneur Grad Schools” listing, CSUSB has ranked No. 38 globally and No. 8 in the West.

“We are thrilled to be included again for the third straight year in the global rankings!” said Mike Stull, director of the School of Entrepreneurship at CSUSB’s Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration (JHBC). “The recognition of our graduate entrepreneurship program, particularly our master of science in entrepreneurship and innovation, is a reflection of our experiential approach to entrepreneurship education and strong campus ecosystem that supports and encourages startup activity.”

Dean of JHBC, Tomás Gomez-Arias, said the global recognition is a testament to the institution's groundbreaking work, deeply rooted in the dynamic entrepreneurial landscape of the Inland Empire.

“JHBC is not only among the best, it helps define what the best means,” said Gomez-Arias.

The School of Entrepreneurship provides academic opportunities that foster student development through experiential learning. With strong cross-disciplinary areas of entrepreneurial concentrations and various degree programs and course options to choose from, they have the right path for a student’s individual entrepreneurial journey.

The Top 50 graduate institutions named on the 2024 Top Entrepreneur Grad Schools list were ranked based on research that “took into account more than 40 data points about the schools’ entrepreneurship programs, faculties, students and alumni,” according to The Princeton Review website.