Track: Entrepreneurship and Innovation
In preparing sustainable business and entrepreneurship education in agriculture, it is important to have an initial approach to students to determine what learning needs are needed. The purpose of this study was to obtain the needs of agricultural students for the entrepreneurship education they need in order to become entrepreneurs in agriculture after graduating from college. This research is qualitative in nature using an online survey of 44 agricultural students at a university, in the city of Bandung, Indonesia. Data analysis carried out was coding, data validation, and cross tab analysis. The results of the study indicate that entrepreneurial skills and the use of technology are the main concerns of agricultural students, as well as several other factors needed to support entrepreneurship education activities for agricultural students. The benefit of this research is that it helps universities to map out needs and also prepares curricula and experts that support these needs. Scientifically, this research develops knowledge in the field of entrepreneurship education in agriculture.
Entrepreneurship education, agricultural, entrepreneurial skill, students, entrepreneur