1 Ph.D. Student of Curriculum Planning at Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran.

2 Assistant Professor, Department of Persian Language and Literature, Farhangian University, Tehran, Iran.


Entrepreneurship education seeks to provide students with the knowledge, skills and motivation to encourage entrepreneurial success in a variety of settings. The present study has been developed with the aim of designing a Competency Model for Educational Employee Students and Graduates in Management and Educational Planning.
Materials and Methods  
This is a mixed (qualitative and quantitative) and applied research. Statistical population of the research in the qualitative d graduates of Psychology and Educational Sciences have been selected as the ssection consists of 23 Professors, entrepreneurs, and graduates of Psychology and Educational Sciences through purposeful sampling. In the quantitative section, 125 professors, entrepreneurs anample, using Morgan Table and through available sampling method. In addition, Delphi method in the qualitative section, and structural equations in the quantitative section have been used for information analysis.
Qualitative results showed that in this research, 6 main competency titles and 42 subordinate competency titles have been identified for entrepreneurship in educational sciences, and the results of quantitative section confirmed these competencies through structural equations. Research results also showed that competency in learning management and human resource development and policy making and professional management of educational business and learning have been of greater importance than other competencies in success of an entrepreneur in the field of educational sciences.
Based on the results, the framework suggests that one's system should include skills, knowledge, and attitudes that are the constituents of learning behaviors within a range that facilitate the development and use of such behaviors to lead to optimal learning outcomes.