It wasn’t until 1947 that Harvard offered the first MBA entrepreneurship course for Management of New Enterprises. Many colleges followed from New York University to Stanford. To date, more than 2,000 colleges offer entrepreneurial courses. When it comes to choosing the best school for you, be sure o look at the community, competitions, faculty, and alumni networks. Often times, you can perform internships and collaborate on projects. When it comes to becoming a successful entrepreneur, an estimated 95.1% have Bachelor’s Degrees and are the median age of 40 years old.