Entrepreneurship has surged in popularity in the last few years as many who faced a brutal job market turned to themselves to create their own jobs. Students too have increasingly looked to build an entrepreneurial foundation in hopes of starting their own venture after graduation, and colleges are responding in kind by integrating their own entrepreneurship curricula.
But can entrepreneurship really be taught in the classroom? Our latest graphic looks at the effectiveness of college entrepreneurship courses and explores ways to build your own entrepreneurial education. Check it out: