This study investigates the influence of entrepreneurship education’s two independent teaching variables in promoting entrepreneurial intention among Nigeria tertiary students, examining the impacts of risk-taking propensity, pedagogical teaching method, and perceived importance of favourable business environment as moderator. Aim to expose the latest innovative trends and directions in entrepreneurship education training and development, via current scientific research. The respondent of 642 students, screened to 527 usabledatasets, all from Nigerian universities and polytechnics taking entrepreneurship studies in six tertiary institutions from three strata stratified adopted. Structured questionnaires and Partial Least Square Structural Equation Modelling (3.2.4 version) are used for data collection and analysis. This study applauds Risk-Taking Propensity and entrepreneurial teaching variables. The study recommends that the institution given mandate to create job creators should constitute the goal and stakeholders should consciously embrace instilling risk taking propensity through dynamic pedagogical teaching methods that correlate with the real world business environment.