Hari Kurniawan, Fulgentius Danardana Murwani, Aniek Indrawati
EntrepreneurialIntention was intensively examined within the research on entrepreneurship, but the results were diverse. The research was mostly focused on a non-engineering student. The inspiration for this paper was provided by (Law & Breznik, 2017) and (Karabulut, 2016) and its main goal is to determine the factor that pushes undergraduate students towards success in business and allows them to develop their entrepreneurial intention. This research is intended to ascertain the impact of innovativeness (Innov) and need for achievement (Nach) on entrepreneurial intention based on attitude towards entrepreneurship show among vocational high-school students having an extended curriculum in engineering. The examined sample was composed of 338 students of vocational high school (SMK) in an Indonesian District offering some extended courses in engineering. The adopted research methodology was of descriptive and correlational nature, with a quantitative method and a path analysis utilizing Lisrel 9.30. It was found that the need for achievement (Nach) and innovativeness (Innov) exert some significant indirect influence on entrepreneurial intention based on the attitude towards entrepreneurship, while the need for achievement (Nach) has lower direct influence on entrepreneurial Intention.