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Curriculum

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Curriculum

The Department of Finance offers a four-year program leading to the Bachelor degree of Finance. The minimum credits upon graduation are 128, including 90 required credits and 38 elective credits. And the required grade of at least 60 for all courses, in order to be eligible for graduation. The curriculum is introduced as follows. 

 

Undergraduate

The Department of Finance offers a four-year program leading to the degree of BBA in Finance. A student must complete a minimum of 138 credit units, which include 79 credits of required courses in various fields of finance, 16 credits in related electives and 43 credits in general education. The undergraduate program's integrated curriculum is designed to cultivate our graduates to be effective and responsible managers in today's changeful business environment.

MBA

The Graduate Institute of Finance offers a two-year program leading to the degree of Master of Business Administration. A minimum of 40 credits of required courses plus a master's thesis are required for the MS degree in Finance. Required courses include financial management, investments, financial institutions and markets. Graduates from our MBA program are in high demand in industry and have been successfully placed in key positions in major industries.

EMBA

The EMBA Program is designed for business professionals currently working full time. Courses are offered on weekends. Courses offered are identical to those of the regular MBA program and are taught by the same faculty. A minimum of 37 credits of required courses plus a master's thesis are required for the EMBA degree in Finance. A minimum of one years of full time work experience in a related business area is required for consideration for admission to the EMBA program. The program's emphasis is the same as with the regular MBA program.

The main curriculum domains include the four sections, which are financial Management, business evaluation, investment and risk Management, and financial engineering, respectively.

1. Financial Practice and Management

The curriculum includes Financial Planning, Financial Management, Financing Decision, Investment Decision, Working Capital Management, Capital Structure, Financial Laws, Financial Market, Mergers and Acquisitions, Money and Banking,

Trust Law and Practice, Insurance, Stock Investment: Theory and Practice, etc. nurturing students’ professionals in financial management, familiar with the operation of companies, understand the financial market, and make financial strategy and decisions. 

2. Seniors and Investors in Financial Planning Program

The curriculum includes Investment Banking Management, Entrepreneurial Investment, Mergers and Acquisitions, Financial Analysis, Business Evaluation, Performance Management, Stock InvestmentTheory and Practice, Legal Environment on Stocks and Futures, Introduction to Investment Banking, nurturing professionals in investment banking and financial consultants related to business evaluation.   

3. SME Financial Accounting Program

The curriculum includes Financial Risk Management, Financial Derivatives, Financial Innovation, Arbitrage, Accounting, Mergers and Acquisitions, and Financing Project, Financial Market, Investment Policy Analysis, nurturing professionals in financial engineering with the knowledge of financial innovation and risk management.

4. Investment and Risk Management

The curriculum includes Efficient Portfolios, Security Investment Analysis, Industrial Economics Analysis, Fund Operation and Management, Financial Risk Management, Investment Evaluation and Decision-Making, and Financing Decision, Financial Derivatives, Financial Quantitative Methods, Internal Control and Auditing educating professionals in security investment analysis and investment portfolio management.


 

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