ENTREPRENEURSHIP SKILLS ACQUISITION AND EMPLOYABILITY POTENTIALS OF UNDERGRADUATES

Authors

  • Olaoye Johnson Babatunde

Keywords:

Entrepreneurship Skills, Technical Skills Financial, Employability Potential

Abstract

The study investigated the influence of business education students' entrepreneurship skills acquisition on the employability potential of undergraduates. The study was anchored on the skill acquisition theory. A descriptive research design was used to carry out the study. The study concluded that it has become imperative that the educational system be re-modelled to provide appropriate and well-rounded business education programmes in tertiary institutions that enhance the employability skills of students and graduates from such institutions to be more employable in an increasingly competitive job market. The study, therefore, recommended, among others, that curriculum developers for the business education program should set up a joint curriculum of entrepreneurial and technical skills and training that will aid undergraduates in formulating a sustainable business plan, enhance confidence, expand technical skill development, and equip them with adequate skills to thrive in the workplace.

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Published

2024-04-28

How to Cite

Johnson Babatunde, O. (2024). ENTREPRENEURSHIP SKILLS ACQUISITION AND EMPLOYABILITY POTENTIALS OF UNDERGRADUATES . BW Academic Journal, 10. Retrieved from https://bwjournal.org/index.php/bsjournal/article/view/1863