Sunday, February 22, 2009

OU Entrepreneurship program among best in the nation

Entrepreneurship Freshman Evan Spencer studies for his Business Communications class. Spencer feels that OU's program allows him to remain on the cutting edge and get hands on experience in the field.

OU entrepreneurship students are getting their money's worth as OU's entrepreneurship program has been ranked as a top ten program, according to the latest edition of The Princeton Review.

The program was officially ranked number eight in the most recent edition of The Princeton Review. The prestige of the program is of no surpris, according to Jim Wheeler, the executive director of the program.

"It is a reflection of all the hard work that the students and faculty have put into making such a strong program," Wheeler said.

For OU entrepreneur students like Evan Spencer, the quality of the program is very important, as it allows them to receive the best education possible.

"I think [the program] gives me a great opportunity," said Spencer. "Its such a young field and OU's program allows us to be on the cutting edge of the field, is going to be really helpful in the future."

OU's entreprenuership program, like most around the nation, is still young. The program is developing every year and continually offering new curriculum and hands on experience, Spencer said.

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