Author(s): Baidi, Suyatno
This study aims to determine the effect of entrepreneurship education, self-efficacy, and need for achievement toward college-students’ entrepreneurship intention in Faculty of Islamic Economics and Business (FEBI), IAIN Surakarta, Indonesia. This research is a quantitative research. Data collection is by questionnaire given to 500 respondents. Data is processed through the test requirements and hypothesis test using SPSS 21 program. The result of the research shows that all questionnaire’s items are valid and reliable. Based on multiple linear regression analysis can be concluded:
1) entrepreneurship education has positive effect on entrepreneurship intention by 0,360.
2) self-efficacy has positive effect on entrepreneurship intention by 0.153.
3) need for achievement has positive effect on entrepreneurship intention by 0.183.
4) entrepreneurship education and self-efficacy simultaneously affecting entrepreneurship intentions by 20%;
5) entrepreneurship education and need for achievement simultaneously effect entrepreneurship intentions by 20.8%.
6) self-efficacy and need for achievement simultaneously affect the of entrepreneurship intention by 17.4%.
7) entrepreneurship education, self-efficacy and need for achievement simultaneously affect entrepreneurship intention by 62,8%.
Theoretical contribution of this research is to cultivate entrepreneurship intention, therefore entrepreneurship education, self-efficacy, and need for achievement need to be embed to college-students in college programmatically. The higher the entrepreneurship intention then economic progress of a society will increase.