- The number of entrepreneeurship Master's Programs has gone up from 89 programs at 71 schools in 2006-2007 to 106 programs at 86 schools in 2010-2011 according to data from AACSB.
- AACSB data has also shown that there has been an increase in the number of entrepreneurship faculty, as well as an increase in the amount of money they make. In 2002-2003, there were 98 entrepreneurship professors who made an average yearly salary of $110,300. In 2010-2011, there were 150 entrepreneurship professors and the average salary was $150,300.
- According to the QS MBA Applicant Survey, 29% of MBA candidates say that they see themselves running their own business within the next ten years.
- Approximately 5% of 2011 full-time business school students founded their own companies after graduating, as noted in an April 2012 Reuters article. That's up from 3% in 2010. Wharton, MIT Sloan, and the Stanford Graduate School of Business have even higher percentages.
- 16% of the 2011 MBA graduates from the Stanford Graduate School of Business started their own companies right after they graduated, according to Forbes, the highest its ever been.
- Entrepreneurship is the fastest growing concentration at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, according to a recent U.S. News & World Report article.
- 50% of Tuck alumni become entrepreneurs within ten years of graduation.
Entrepreneurship MBA Stats [MBA Friday Facts]Written by Nicole Willson
The number of entrepreneurship MBA programs and MBA entrepreneurs is on the rise. Want to know which schools have the biggest increase in MBA entrepreneurs? Read on.