Olin Business School offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in entrepreneurship.
Experiential learning is a major component of all courses that include consulting projects with early-stage startups in St. Louis, Hungary, and Israel; business plan development; business plan competitions; management of a venture capital investment fund; and the opportunity to form startup teams with students from multiple disciplines campus-wide.
In the CEL Entrepreneurial Consulting Team (CELect) program, Olin Business School pairs teams of talented students with local startups. Read more about CELect.
The university's Skandalaris Center for Interdisciplinary Innovation and Entrepreneurship sponsors business plan competitions, speakers, internships, and mentoring programs.
The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur Magazine's 2017 Best Entrepreneurship Programs in the U.S. ranked Washington University No. 10 and No. 24 at the undergraduate and graduate levels respectively.