General Finance, Financial Engineering and Innovation, Financial Risk Management, and Financial Information System are four major directions in finance program. First, the General Finance courses provide students fundamental knowledge of finance. Second, the Financial Engineering and Innovation courses train students to acquire relevant theories and practical ability. Third, the Financial Risk Management courses cultivate students to assess and forecast the diversity of financial risks, and realize relevant regulations to have further management and prevention. Forth, the Financial Information System courses emphasize on integrating the profession of finance and information systems, including the practical design and application, the connection and analysis of relevant database systems, and design of risk management systems and standard of calculator, to strengthen students’ ability of applying theories into practice.

 

◎ Credits needed for graduation: 32 credits (including fundamental business courses,
    22 credits for mandatory courses, and 10 credits for elective courses)

A. Fundamental Business Courses: Students are required to complete these courses,
     but no credit will be granted toward graduation.

Courses

credits

ECONOMICS

0

ACCOUNTING

0

STATISTICS

0

BUSINESS LAW

0

 

B. Mandatory Courses: 22 credits

Courses

credits

TOPIC OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

4

ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT

2

SPREADSHEET AND FINANCE

2

BUSINESS VALUATION AND FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS

2

FINANCIAL MARKET

2

MONEY AND BANKING

2

FINANCIAL ENGINEERING AND FINANCIAL INNOVATION

3

FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT

2

RISK MANAGEMENT AND INSURANCE

3

 

C. Elective Courses: At least 10 credits

Courses

credits

PRACTICES EXPERIENCE OF SECURITIES INVESTMENT ANALYSIS

4

CREDIT RISK AND SECURITIZATION

2

FINANCIAL SUPERVISION

2

HIGH TECHNOLOGY INTRODUCTION

3

CUSTOMER SERVICE AND MANAGEMENT

3

FINANCIAL ECONOMICS

4

FUTURES AND OPTION

4

SEMINAR ON DERIVATIVES ACCOUNTING

2

INTERNATIONAL FINANCE AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE

3

DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

3

FIXED INCOME SECURITIES

3

FINANCIAL REGULATION

 

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

 

INVESTMENT

 

ACCOUNTING (II)

 

Note:

1.Courses marked "” indicate that students should take courses in other departments of business school.

2. Courses marked "” indicate that the credit calculation shall be based on the course credits in each department.

3. Total of 32 credits is required for graduation, including A. "Fundamental Business Courses”: Students are required to complete these courses, but no credit will be granted toward graduation. B. 22 credits of "Mandatory Courses”: the course credits are in accordance with the credits shown in the chart above. C.10 credits of "Elective Courses”: credit calculation shall be based on the course credits in each department.

4. Up to 10 credits can be transferred from the mandatory or elective courses of students’ major department. All other credits must be earned from other departments.

5. Approval of fundamental business courses taken outside of SCU is required.

 


 

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