Problems and Suggestions for Professional Course Teaching of Finance

Yanfen TIAN, Shujia CHENG, Binghui ZHANG

Abstract


Finance is one of the most popular majors in higher education, whose professional courses cover the theoretical basis and practical skills related to finance. Learning finance knowledge is the basic path for students to master finance related knowledge and carry out financial work. This paper analyzes the characteristics of finance courses, based on the example of Financial Engineering, identifies the problems in classroom teaching and proposes appropriate countermeasures.


Keywords


Finance; Professional course teaching; Problem; Countermeasures and suggestions

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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