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Universities are continually adding entrepreneurship courses to their curriculum. Duhaime and Hitt (2000) found 82% of schools offered entrepreneurship courses at the undergraduate level and 69% of masters programs had offerings in entrepreneurship. A much smaller number of programs offer courses that require that the students actually start the business. The requirement of new venture creation adds an enormous amount of complexity to the teaching experience. Although each pedagogical endeavordoi:10.19030/ctms.v2i1.5246 fatcat:kvyxhllebnhzhe6m4yd7cugidu