Based on an international literature review, this longitudinal study is conducted within the Entrepreneurial Profile (EP), in which undergrads from 35 programs can enroll in courses, tutorials and coaching embedded within their curriculum (www.profilentrepreneurial.ulaval.ca). However, most empirical studies on students’ entrepreneurial attitudes, intentions and self-efficacy have been performed in business and engineering. By differentiating between students’ motivations to enroll, project ideas, entrepreneurial intent, vision and actions, we investigate the links behind these variables and interdisciplinary entrepreneurship education (Levenburg, 2003; Galloway & Keogh, 2006). EP’s objectives extend from one to four years: attract, identify, express and nurture their entrepreneurial potential and competencies, enabling undergrads to experiment venturing in a learning secure environment.
Garand, Denis J.
"FROM INTENT TO ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTION AMONG MULTIDISCIPLINARY UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS: THE NEED TO SPREAD OUTSIDE THE BUSINESS SCHOOLS (SUMMARY),"
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research: Vol. 29
, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalknowledge.babson.edu/fer/vol29/iss6/8