Finance 

(Released in:2014-08-23 )
 

Educational aims of finance programme

The educational aim of finance programme is to provide students with opportunity to develop and demonstrate

·           analytical and conceptual knowledge and knowledge of skills relevant to senior management in purposeful organizations such as  sociological context;

·           the proficiency to practice integrated and multiple management skills;

·           the knowledge and skills to address problems through flexible, adaptable, innovative and judgmental approaches;

·           a grounding in the key concepts across a range of financial theory;

·           general transferable intellectual and study skills which will equip undergraduates to make a valuable contribution both within their chosen career path and in the wider community and to encourage a positive attitude to continuing development and lifelong learning.

Programme outcome

On completion of the programme, students will have acquired a good knowledge and understanding of:

·           good ideological and political quality with pioneering spirit in addition to right value of life;

·           creative thinking and lifelong learning ability in financial field and mastering modern financial theory and tools;

·           comprehensive skills including computer literacy, independent action, communication, team-working and inter-personal interaction;

·           exploring broad range of specialist areas: economic, environmental, ethical, legal, political, sociological and technological context and keep healthy and hard-working psychology

Teaching and learning methods and strategies

Teaching and learning strategies employed within the finance faculty embrace of a variety of different methods appropriate to the programme aims.

·           In the classroom, teachers make full use of heuristic questions, class discussions, case studies, scenario simulation teaching which are full of a variety of lively content and diverse forms to attract students.

·           Teaching outside the classroom is a necessary extension of classroom, that is an intermediary bridge between professional education and students who will go into society. It includes the following means that:

§   professionals who actually work in the sector make special and practical presentation;

§   subject-specific course practice;

§   group-based society survey during holidays;

§   graduate internships and thesis

Programme and structure and features

The bachelor of economics for finance is taken over four years in case which can be extended for six years. The structure is as follows:

Credits

General educational core courses

62

Subject-based courses

24

Professional compulsory courses

18

Elective courses

Professional-oriented

12

Multi-disciplinary

12

General education-cored

8

Free-chose

20

Practice courses

16

Summary

172

Profession requirements for graduation are to pass all their classroom teaching courses(156 credits) and achieve practice courses( 16 credits) and second classroom teaching( 4 credits).

Lecture list

·           Professional Access courses: Political Economy, Principles of Economics (micro ), Accounting

·           Quasi- professional courses: Principles of Economics (macro), The Economics Of Money, Banking, And Financial Markets, Statistics, Econometrics, Commercial Bank Management, Investment, Financial Economics, Corporate Finance, International Finance, Financial Risk Management, Derivative Financial Instruments

Career opportunities

A key aim of our degree is to combine academic knowledge with transferable skills in order to enhance employability. Finance undergraduates are highly valued by employers across the world and the employment record of undergraduates of the School is evidence that undergraduates from our programmes are highly sought after by a wide range of employers.  Our undergraduates secure employment in a diverse range of fields, the most popular being finance (75.2%), public management, society security organization 3.6%),business services4.1%