Reliability and Validity Analysis of validity testing of a new scale for monitoring Students Attitudes toward Entrepreneurship Courses (SATEC
International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Competitiveness – IJEIC
Purpose – The goal of this paper is to assess the reliability and validity of a new instrument/ scale named Students Attitudes toward Entrepreneurship Courses (SATEC) consists of 45 items grouped into eight components that aimed to identify students’ attitudes toward entrepreneurship courses. Design/Methodology/Approach - To test the reliability and validity, a survey was conducted using 245 interviewees from the department of Department of Early Childhood Education from School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Western Macedonia in Greece. Cronbach a and Composite Reliability and AVE were used to evaluate the reliability of the scale. Explanatory Factor Analysis, was used for the validity evaluation. Findings – The findings confirmed the reliability and validity of the SATEC scale.