WACO, TX - College Choice, an independent online publication that surveys higher education institutions to aid students and their families in selecting the right college, has ranked the John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise in Baylor's Hankamer School of Business among the top 50 entrepreneurship schools in the country. Among other schools included in the list were Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Duke, Princeton and Stanford.
In selecting Hankamer's Baugh Center, the publication cited the variety of initiatives and programs both within the business school and in the broader business community offered by the center, and the two dozen business-related majors and minors available through Hankamer, including a major in entrepreneurship. Baylor's in-house investment engine, the Baylor Angel Network, also was recognized as a positive feature.
The other Texas institution listed in the rankings was the University of Texas at Austin.