The answer to that question has a lot to do with the way we think about education and entrepreneurship.
The first step is to think about your own needs.
What do you need to succeed in the future?
How do you feel about your college’s educational program?
Do you want to be a part of a college environment that teaches you how to build a career?
Or are you looking to build your own career and want to spend the first year of college as an entrepreneur?
If you’re unsure of your future, you might be surprised by the number of colleges that offer programs that focus on business, finance, technology, or engineering.
There are more than 20,000 programs at the four top entrepreneurship schools, according to the National Association of College and University Business Leaders.
Those schools have strong alumni networks that make them appealing to many of today’s entrepreneurs.
The average entrepreneurship program offers students a full year of experience in business, with the chance to pursue a career in finance, a finance management program, or a management degree.
But you don’t have to decide for yourself.
Here are some schools that focus specifically on entrepreneurship, according the Association of American Business Schools.