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Data Article on the Effectiveness of Entrepreneurship Curriculum Contents on Entrepreneurial Interest and Knowledge of Nigerian University Students

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Data Article on the Effectiveness of Entrepreneurship Curriculum Contents on Entrepreneurial Interest and Knowledge of Nigerian University Students

Maxwell Olokundun et al. Data Brief.

Abstract

The article presented data on the effectiveness of entrepreneurship curriculum contents on university students' entrepreneurial interest and knowledge. The study focused on the perceptions of Nigerian university students. Emphasis was laid on the first four universities in Nigeria to offer a degree programme in entrepreneurship. The study adopted quantitative approach with a descriptive research design to establish trends related to the objective of the study. Survey was be used as quantitative research method. The population of this study included all students in the selected universities. Data was analyzed with the use of Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS). Mean score was used as statistical tool of analysis. The field data set is made widely accessible to enable critical or a more comprehensive investigation.

Keywords: Entrepreneurial interest and knowledge; Entrepreneurship curriculum contents; Nigeria; University students.

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