THE EFFECT OF EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING ON ATTITUDES AND INTENTION: AN EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN
Aji, Imanuel Deny Krisna
Kusumojanto, Djoko Dwi
Jatiperwira, Stefan Yudana
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In this study, we examined the effect of an entrepreneurship program based on experiential learning on attitudes and intentions. We used a quasi-experimental design. Data were collected by questionnaire from a sample of 200 students attending in an entre- preneurship program and another sample of 200 students as a control group. Our results indicate that the entrepreneurship program significantly improved students’ innovativeness, entrepreneurial self-efficacy, and entrepreneurial intention. Furthermore, the students in an entrepreneurship program have a higher (average) innovativeness, entrepreneurial self- efficacy, and entrepreneurial intention, at the end of the entrepreneurship program, than a control group of students”.