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. National Youth Entrepreneurship Attitude

For example, universities have integrated entrepreneurial curriculum into undergraduate and graduate programs traditionally focused on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), programs housed in medical schools, as well as ones involving the humanities and arts with titles such as Science & Technology Entrepreneurship Program, Music Entrepreneurship Program, Biotechnology Enterprise & Entrepreneurship, just to name a few (Greene, Katz, and Johannisson 2004). In this study we examine the emergence of these “blended” programs— which integrate entrepreneurial elements with a discipline-specific core; specifically, the processes and mechanisms to overcome persistent pedagogical challengeThe primary challenge of blended entrepreneurial programs (BEPs) is adopting an effective, cohesive entrepreneurial curricular, and instructional model to avoid potentially ad hoc, build-as-you-go programschnical programs with academic expertise in the field of entrepreneurship remains a major obstacle For example, BEPs often include business plan competitions, student incubators, and other curricular entrepreneurial activities for their students, but the cohesive integration and connectivity to base discipline programs is not always clear. In particular, emphasizing the importance of key entrepreneurial concepts