Experiments of the Integration of Professional Courses and Innovative and Entrepreneurship Courses: Taking Law Major as an Example

Bo FENG

Abstract


Entrepreneurship education aims at cultivating talents with basic entrepreneurial qualities and creative personality. This is not only reflected in the entrepreneurship courses, but also in the professional courses. The phenomenon of “two skins” between the entrepreneurship and professional courses is presented in the current higher education. It is against the characteristics of entrepreneurship courses of being practical, comprehensive, and responsive and affects the teaching effect of entrepreneurship courses. Through the establishment of integration experiments between professional and entrepreneurial courses, this article aims to promote entrepreneurial awareness, entrepreneurial spirit, and entrepreneurial skills throughout the entire curriculum.

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Professional course; Entrepreneurship courses; Education of law

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10800

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