Reforming the Teaching System for Cultivating Applied Financial Professionals

Yanfen TIAN, Shujia CHENG

Abstract


Teaching plays an important role during the process of cultivating applied talents, and serves as an important way to realize the development of knowledge, ability, and quality in conformity. A comprehensive Pragmatic system of teaching practice is the key for pragmatic teaching to truly achieving the educational target. With reference to the reform practice adopted by the author’s University’s College of Finance, this paper discusses the reform of pragmatic teaching system on how to cultivate applied financial talents, constructing a system of pragmatic teaching, consisting of the pragmatic teaching target system, practical teaching content system, and pragmatic teaching evaluation system.


Keywords


Finance major; Pragmatic; Professionals; Teaching; Reform

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020130906.2928

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