Belmont University is riding the crest of an educational wave with a program to infuse entrepreneurial education into all departments. “Belmont recognized it was important to our curriculum; that programs could benefit from entrepreneurship education,” says Jeff Cornwall, director of the Center for Entrepreneurship at Belmont.
Business programs, both undergraduate and graduate, have been teaching entrepreneurship for years. What places Belmont on the cutting edge is its plan for students majoring in theater, English or political science to learn the same entrepreneurial skills as business majors.
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