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Innovative Ability Mission of the Enterprising University

Author: Berta Ermila Madrigal Torres, Marco Alberto Núñez Ramírez, Rosalba Madrigal Torres, Ricardo Arechavala Vargas
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Comparative research of the entrepreneurial University VS innovator and students who have studied a curriculum that promotes entrepreneurship and those who did not. Hypothesis 1, the student who receives entrepreneurial training has more developed innovative and entrepreneurial skills. Hypothesis 2, there is no difference between one student and another. The population is made up of 522 students from various Universities in Mexico. In order to identify the profile of the entrepreneurial and innovative University, the Ranking 2018 was used as well as an Instrument Barometer INCODE (innovation competences development) to determine the Ez of the students, which is a learning program of the European Union. The results showed the importance of fostering the innovative ability of the student, curricular and extracurricular, since this is a cross-cutting skill that all professionals require to undertake any project or strategy with an emphasis on entrepreneurship and innovation demanded by the environment and the entrepreneurial University in all contexts. The study gives us the opportunity to develop the transversal skills in line with the mission of the University. Also, the challenge of transition from the University of teaching to the entrepreneurial and innovative University.


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Innovative Ability Mission of the Enterprising University

Berta Ermila Madrigal Torres1, Marco Alberto Núñez Ramírez2, Rosalba Madrigal Torres3, Ricardo, Arechavala Vargas4

1Researcher (S.N.I) at Universidad de Guadalajara (CUSUR) madrigal@cusur.udg.mx and agenda.madrigal@gmail.com

2Instituto Tecnológico de Sonora. marco.nunez@itson.edu.mx

3Professor at Universidad de Guadalajara (CUCSH) rosalbam@csh.udg.mx

4Researcher (S.N.I) at Universidad de Guadalajara (CUCEA). yukoneagle2@yahoo.com

*Corresponding author: Berta Ermila Madrigal Torres, Researcher (S.N.I) at Universidad de Guadalajara (CUSUR)

Email: madrigal@cusur.udg.mx and agenda.madrigal@gmail.com

How to cite this paper: Torres, B.E.M., Ramírez, M.A.N., Torres, R.M., Vargas, R.A. (2019) Innovative Ability Mission of the Enterprising University. International Journal of Humanities, Arts and Social Science, 3(2), 32-42

DOI: 10.26855/jhass.2019.09.001

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