Edited by Michael H. Morris and Eric Liguori
Chapter 18: Baylor University: entrepreneurship for everyone through innovative programming
Since the inception of an entrepreneurship major in 1977, Baylor University has developed great breadth and depth in its entrepreneurship research and teaching capabilities. Today, virtually all students on campus have the ability to engage deeply in the entrepreneurial process and ultimately to obtain an entrepreneurship degree. Baylor’s commitment to its core values and to providing innovative programming has resulted in a wide range of unique and impactful programs that are applicable to a large and diverse group of students.
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