Research on the Construction Mode of Financial Engineering Course Based on “Internet + “ Technologies

Yanfen TIAN, Qiqi WANG


In the practical and talent-oriented higher education, to build the core professional courses with the help of “Internet +” technology can realize the multi-time learning, which is helpful for the cultivation of applied talents.This paper analyzes the necessity of combining internet technology in curriculum construction. Take the course of “Financial Engineering” as the example, from the aspects of class time setting, textbook selection, practical system construction,developing three kinds of curriculum construction modes, which provides a reference for the construction of higher education curriculum.


Internet +; Financial engineering; Course construction

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