The Nashville Business Journal praises Belmont University in an editorial in its Jan. 21, 2005, edition, for an ongoing effort, spearheaded by the Center for Entrepreneurship, to infuse entrepreneurial education throughout all of the university’s academic departments.
“Teaching entrepreneurial strategies to students in a business track is certainly nothing new, at Belmont or other universities. What is a departure is training students in other disciplines how to think like entrepreneurs,” says the Nashville Business Journal. “More students are entering college with the idea of forming their own enterprises. Whether they ever start their own businesses or just work in someone else’s, any training they receive that sharpens their critical thinking skills will only benefit them, their businesses – and all of us.”