A few scholars have attempted to explore competencies as a way to understand entrepreneurial behavior, and recently a small number of schools are in the early stages of attempting to apply competency based education (CBE) models in their entrepreneurship programs. However, there is significant misunderstanding of what CBE must include in order to ensure the delivery of the desired results. This chapter explains how this process has worked in other contexts and is a call to action for entrepreneurship educators and a discussion of why a discipline-wide approach is the most effective and efficient pathway to CBE.
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