Entrepreneurship education and entrepreneurship intention of Business and Accounting undergraduate students
Published: 7 December 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/xcc9mscgc3.1
The data describes the dimensions of entrepreneurship education (EE) that influences the intention (EI) of undergraduate students of Benue State University, Makurdi, Nigeria. The data was collected across three sets (3-year period) of undergraduate students after completing three entrepreneurship courses. Attitude towards EE was measured with 21-items to assess three components of attitude towards EE (cognitive, affective and behavioural). EI was measured using a multi-item, 6-item scale. To measure EE, the data used 20-items representing four dimensions; perceived competence of entrepreneurship lecturers, adequacy of facilities/equipment, adequacy of instructional materials and relevance of EE curriculum contents.
Benue State University Faculty of Management Science
Entrepreneurship, Business Management