The Influence of Entrepreneurship Subject Curriculum on Entrepreneurship Awareness for Law Students

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Widi Astuti Sumanto


curriculum, education, entrepreneurship, law, student


Nowadays, work is becoming a tight competition due to the size of the labor force which are dominant compared to the available jobs cause some people who do not get a job will work as unemployed. It has been contended that in developing successful entrepreneurs, an early exposure in entrepreneurial courses is essential. Law graduates will be attached to private firms and this eventually will lead to most of them opening their own legal firm. This means lawyers could not avoid standard business practices such as preparing cash flow report, business and succession plan and audit report. There are also many lawyers who end up in business, such as construction and trading companies. As such, law graduates are potential entrepreneurs. This paper intends to discuss the relationship between entrepreneurship curriculum and entrepreneurship awareness. A quantitative research methodology is adopted in this study. The results show that entrepreneurship curriculum has positive significant influence on entrepreneurship awareness.

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