THE ROLE OF ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTIONS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION IN INFLUENCING STUDENT ENTREPRENEURIAL INTERESTS
The research aims to determine the extent to which entrepreneurial intentions through entrepreneurship education affect students' interest in entrepreneurship. This type of research is a quantitative research with data collection techniques using a questionnaire given to active students of the Bachelor of Applied Midwifery Study Program, Health Polytechnic, Ministry of Health, Palangka Raya as the population. Determination of the sample using a probability sampling approach with proportionate stratified random sampling technique and the total sample is 29 students with the criteria of having taken Entrepreneurship courses, having attended Entrepreneurship training, and having started a business while attending college. Data processing techniques use Partial Least Square (PLS) analysis, Outer Model, Inner Model, and hypothesis testing. The results of this study indicate that providing insight, explaining opportunities, providing motivation, recognizing abilities, developing mindsets, and providing basic knowledge about entrepreneurship can provide a positive role/contribution to the relationship between entrepreneurial intentions and student entrepreneurial interest.
entrepreneurial intention, entrepreneurial interest, entrepreneurship education