Assessment Methodologies for Entrepreneurship Education
As entrepreneurial skill development becomes increasingly important among undergraduates, graduate students and faculty, institutions and agencies are considering how to implement initiatives such as courses and workshops that can facilitate development of these skills. While the information that is taught during these courses is a primary concern, similar attention needs to be given to the assessment of those courses and workshops. This presentation discusses various assessment methodologies that are currently being used and proposes one methodology that can be used to specifically assess changes in mindset among participants. Other institutions may use this information to consider how best to assess current initiatives underway on their campus and share information collected to improve course design.