Ross School of Business

Entrepreneurial Studies

Entrepreneurship at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan is led by the Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies.  We take a broad view of entrepreneurship--from opportunity identification to business formation, resourcing, and growth-- leveraging the expertise of faculty across the School.  Our intent is to inculcate students with the knowledge and skills necessary to become successful and repeat innovators in any environment – startups, large firms, for-profit business, or non-profit organizations.  Innovative action-based programs, including three student-led investment funds, has caused Michigan to be consistently ranked in the top five of graduate programs in entrepreneurship by the Princeton Review/Entrepreneurship Magazine for the past five years.  The Institute and Ross drive entrepreneurial collaborations across campus from the Medical School to Law School, including a new Master’s in Entrepreneurship, a joint program between Ross and the College of Engineering.

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