Chapter 10: Entrepreneurship education in action: a matrix of competencies for a bachelor’s degree program
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One objective of this paper is to develop a model of competencies in entrepreneurship based on professional entrepreneurial tasks. The second objective is to study the nature of competencies and the impact of an entrepreneur’s personal capabilities and personality traits in entrepreneurship. The structure of competencies in entrepreneurship is described in detail, attending to four categories: core professional, profile professional, additional professional and universal competencies. Methods, applied within a competence-oriented approach to the study of education, lead to the establishment of competencies in entrepreneurship as the most significant outcomes of an entrepreneurship bachelor's degree program and the creation matrix of competencies.

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