عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study was to explain the educational content characteristics with emphasis on entrepreneurship skills in engineering fields and compare it with the current situation at Hormozgan University. The method was a sequential exploratory blend. The society in the qualitative sector includes all the top entrepreneurs and college students and in the small part included all students and professors of Hormozgan University. Participants in the qualitative section were selected by desirable methods, and in the quantitative section, stratified sampling method was selected. The sample size was determined in the qualitative information saturation section and in the quantitative part the Cochran formula. The data were collected through semi-structured interviews and researcher-made questionnaire. The validity of the qualitative data was verified by checking the members and three submissions, and in the quantitative section, by content and structure validity, and reliability by Cronbach alpha. Qualitative data were analyzed by thematic analysis and quantitative data by descriptive statistics, t-test, and confirmatory factor analysis. The extracted categories included the promotion of individual skills, the application of content, the technical principles of entrepreneurship and flexible content. The quantitative results of the quantitative survey indicate the unfavorable condition of the enumerated attributes for educational content.
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