Jobs. Dell. Zuckerberg.
In an age where some of the biggest names in entrepreneurship are college dropouts, higher education now faces a dilemma unique to the 21st century: How do schools retain entrepreneurial students without stifling the game-changing ideas they leave to pursue?
In Entrepreneurship, the New Requirement in Higher Education, MindBridge Partner Katy Tynan describes the growing need for entrepreneurship programs to become an integrated part of core college curricula, melding the benefits of a college education with the benefits of real-world learning.
Citing esteemed higher education institutions such as MIT and Stanford as examples, Tynan goes on to explain the many benefits of implementing entrepreneurship programs.