Sim­ilar under­grad­uate courses have been sprouting up on cam­puses nation­wide lately, often riding the coat­tails of pop­ular new entre­pre­neur­ship majors. New York Uni­ver­sity this spring for the first time is offering an under­grad course on the topic. Savannah State Uni­ver­sity in Georgia plans to intro­duce such a class next year. Boston’s North­eastern Uni­ver­sity launched a course in 2011. A few schools, including The Uni­ver­sity of St. Thomas in St. Paul and Saint Joseph’s Uni­ver­sity in Philadel­phia, have cre­ated family busi­ness majors in the last few years.

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