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Curriculum

CURRICULUM

Undergraduate

All first-year undergraduate students who enrolled in 2014 must complete 130 credit hours

before graduation in order to earn the Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Economics.

Courses requirements are divided into three subcategories: (1) 30 credit hours are

general education courses; (2) 60 credit hours are mandatory core courses;

(3) 40 credit hours are elective courses.

1st Year

Course

scores

Fall

Spr

Foundation of Foreign Language--English Lab. Drills I

2

2

0

Foundation of Foreign Language--English Lab. Drills II

2

0

2

Study of Chinese language

2

2

0

Information literacy

4

2

2

Physical Education I

1

2

0

Physical Education II

1

0

2

Service Education I: The idea of a university and the spirit of Rev. G. L

1

1

0

Service Education II: The idea of a university and the spirit of Rev. G. L.

1

0

1

Literature and Arts

2

0

2

Introduction of the Nature-sustaining

2

0

2

Law and Life

2

2

0

Economics I

4

4

0

Economics II

4

0

4

Economics I Practices

0

2

0

Economics II Practices

0

0

2

Accounting

6

3

3

Accounting Practice

0

2

2

Calculus

3

3

2ed  Year

Course

scores

Fall

Spr

Foundation of Foreign Language--English Reading I

2

2

0

Foundation of Foreign Language--English Reading II

2

0

2

Physical Education III

1

2

0

Physical  Education IV

1

0

2

General Education Course

4

2

2

General Education Course

4

2

2

Microeconomics

6

3

3

Macroeconomics

6

3

3

Statistics

6

3

3

Statistics and Practice

0

2

2

Mathematics for Economics

4

2

2

Statistical Computer Package

2

0

2

Principles of Management

3

0

3

Civil Law

2

2

0

Commercial Law

2

0

2

3rd  Year

Course

scores

Fall

Spr

General Education Course

4

2

2

General Education Course

4

2

2

Public Finance I

2

2

0

Public Finance II

2

0

2

Money , Banking & Economic Activity I

2

2

0

Money , Banking & Economic Activity II

2

0

2

Econometrics I

2

2

0

Econometrics II

2

0

2

Financial Management

3

3

0

ERP

3

3

0

Banking & Finance English

3

3

0

Industrial Economics

3

3

0

Leisure Economics

3

3

0

Insurance and Practice

2

2

0

Software for Business

2

0

2

Investment: Theory & Practice 

3

0

3

Advanced Statistics

3

0

3

Advanced Microeconomics

3

0

3

Advanced Macroeconomics

3

0

3

Financial Licenses

2

0

2

Topics on Taxation

2

0

2

4th  Year

Course

scores

Fall

Spr

General Education Course

2

2

0

Professional Ethics

2

2

0

International Economics I

3

3

0

International Economics II

3

0

3

History of Economics Thought I

2

2

0

History of Economics Thought II

2

0

2

Economic Issues Analysis

3

3

0

Asian Emerging Markets

3

3

0

Practical English for Professionals

2

2

0

Economics of Network Industries

2

2

0

Financial Institutions Management

3

0

3

Environmental Economics

3

0

3

Economic Activities Analysis

2

0

2

Economic Development

3

0

3

Graduate

All first-year graduate students who enrolled in 2014 must complete 35 credit hours

before graduation in order to earn the Masterof Arts (M.A.) degree in Economics.

Course requirements are divided into two areas: (1) 14 credit hours are mandatory

corecourses; (2) 21 credit hours are elective courses.

1st Year

Course

scores

Fall

Spr

Microeconomics I

3

3

0

Macroeconomics I

3

3

0

Econometrics I

3

3

0

Econometrics II

3

0

3

Seminar on Finance and Economics I

1

0

1

Macroeconomics II

3

0

3

Microeconomics II

3

0

3

Mathematics for Economics

3

3

0

Financial Theory

3

3

0

Financial Investment

3

3

0

Industrial Economics I

3

0

3

Financial Engineering

3

0

3

Financial Software Application

3

0

3

2ed  Year

Course

scores

Fall

Spr

Seminar on Finance and Economics II

1

1

0

Industrial Economics II

3

3

0

Time Series

3

3

0

International Monetary and Financial Economics

3

3

0

Strategic Portfolio Management

3

0

3

Network Economics

3

3

0

Strategy Economics

3

0

3

Special Topic Research for International Trade

2

0

2

Empirical Method for Finances

3

3

0

Risk Management

3

0

3

Financial Management and Case study

3

0

3

Special Topic Research for Economics

3

3

0

Special Topic Research for Economics

3

0

3

 

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