Global Educational Research Journal

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Assessment of Curriculum Content, Lecturers’ Competency and Facilities on Realization of Objectives of Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Education in Nigeria

1Kabir Yusuf, 2DrA. Ibrahim, 3Dr U. P. Magnus,




Accepted 17th September, 2019.


The study assessed the curriculum content, lecturers’ competency and facilities on realization of objectives of undergraduate entrepreneurship education in Nigeria The study had three objectives and three hypotheses. A descriptive survey research design was used for the study. The study used the entire 180 final year business students from Federal universities in North-western Nigeria. The instrument for data collection was structured questionnaire. The instrument was administered using direct contact. Data collected was analyzed using Univariate analysis. The results of the study indicated among others that curriculum contents have no significant influence on the realization of the objectives of mandatory entrepreneurship education in Nigerian Universities. The researchers concluded that the objectives of the mandatory entrepreneurship education will not be realized if the situation remained unchanged. One recommendations made was that the curriculum content of the programme should be reviewed to meet up with the present challenges of graduate unemployment. This will go a long way in providing the students with requisite skills needed for self-employment after graduation


Keywords: Entrepreneurship curriculum content, Lecturers competency, teaching facilities, entrepreneurship education