The study aims to investigate the differences on the intention among students studied at Malaysian Institute of Information Technology (MIIT), Universiti Kuala Lumpur (UniKL). The study adopted a survey and data was collected using a questionnaire administered to 81 students randomly selected from two different programs. The purpose of this study is to determine: (i) The students decision to enroll in UniKL programs because of the entrepreneurship element embedded in the curriculum and (ii) The entrepreneurship course learnt by the students will give impact in terms of becoming an entrepreneur after graduation in the future. The result shows that there are no significant differences between two programs understudies. The findings will provide some useful insight on the perceptions of the students on entrepreneurship programs and also assist in the future study development to encourage students to venture into entrepreneurship world.
Norhaidah Abu Haris, Munaisyah Abdullah, Abu Talib Othman and Fauziah Abdul Rahman, 2016. Exploring the Entrepreneurial Intention Among Information Technology Students. Information Technology Journal, 15: 116-122.