Darryl Williams Mercidee Curry ENTR 380-60 28 October 2011 Department of Entrepreneurship and Professional Development ENTR Undergraduate Research Project Research Topic: The Self-Efficacy of Entrepreneurship Majors’ Perception of Opportunity Recognition Entrepreneurs as a Career Choice: An Analysis of Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy and intention of University Students Reference: Pihie, Zaidatol A. L. (2009). Entrepreneurs as a Career Choice: An Analysis of Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy and intention of University Students. European Journal of Social Sciences , 9 (2). A study was conducted to actuate college students’ thoughts on entrepreneurial self-efficacy and intention. The data was collected with questionnaires. The questionnaires were given to 1,554 university students. The results showed that the students had average scores in entrepreneurial self-efficacy and intention when it comes to marketing, management, and finance. Additionally, the results showed that students who had a more positive outlook on
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