This research, conducted at Baguio Central University in the academic year 2023-2024, employs a mixed-methods approach to delve into the entrepreneurial mindset of 64 non-BSBA students. The findings uncover a multifaceted landscape, delineating strengths, areas for improvement, and a positive attitude within the participant cohort. The study emphasizes the critical role of targeted interventions in bolstering problem-solving skills and confidence, with the entrepreneurial mindset serving as a catalyst for nurturing an innovative and adaptable culture. Moreover, the research identifies a significant void in formal entrepreneurship training for non-BSBA students, leading to recommendations for program enhancements. The study urges the University to acknowledge the impact of an entrepreneurial mindset, proposing strategies such as heightened awareness, improved accessibility, and recognition of non-formal learning experiences. These measures aim to bridge the recognized gap, endowing students with essential skills for entrepreneurial success. Additionally, the study underscores the substantial enthusiasm of non-BSBA students for entrepreneurship and impactful endeavors. It accentuates the transformative potential of aligning educational offerings with their aspirations, suggesting that by recognizing the influence of an entrepreneurial mindset, the University can harness this enthusiasm, fostering a more innovative and purpose-driven educational environment. The research employs a mixed-methods approach, incorporating quantitative survey questionnaires and focus group discussions.
Janice D. Alejandrino, Khea Joy H. Botes, Chayen C. Tamiray, Junik Cris A. Calahi, and Natasja A. Minong (2024), Entrepreneurial Mindset of Non-Business Administration Students of Baguio Central University. Multidisciplinary International Journal of Research and Development (MIJRD), Volume: 03 Issue: 03, Pages: 69-88. https://www.mijrd.com/papers/v3/i3/MIJRDV3I30006.pdf