Analysis on the Cultivation of Comprehensive Ability of Students Majoring in Economics and Management During Undergraduate Paper Link

Wen FANG, Jing MA, Fan WANG

Abstract


The undergraduate paper is a very important practical teaching links and is a very important way to implement the cultivation of application-oriented talent. Therefore, strengthening the teaching management of undergraduate papers has a very important significance for improving the quality of undergraduate teaching and cultivating talents with social competitiveness. This paper mainly study the cultivation mode of the undergraduates’ comprehensive ability which is appropriate for their undergraduate papers. By using the important link of undergraduate paper, it will greatly improve the students’ scientific research ability, innovation ability, the ability to analyze independently and the ability to solve practical problems, as well as essaywriting ability and language-expressing skills, and lay a good foundation for adaptation to their future job quickly.

Key words: Economic and management specialty; Undergraduate paper; Comprehensive ability


Keywords


Economic and management specialty; Undergraduate paper; Comprehensive ability

References


LIN Liqiong (2009). Explore the management of the quality of undergraduate paper in Finance. Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Journal (Social Sciences), (5).

XIA Guoen, & TANG Changjuan (2009). Cultivation Mode of Graduation Project of Economics and Management in Newly-Built Universities. Electric Power Education in China, (2).

 




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720120804.4511

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