Setting up Financial Engineering Curriculum Based on CDIO Education Idea

Shujia CHENG, Yanwei XU


CDIO engineering education model is the latest research achievement of the international engineering education reform in recent years. Based on CDIO education idea, this article explores the overall reform for the curriculum of financial engineering, including theory course system and practice courses system and aims at building a curriculum of financial engineering to enhance creative spirit and practical ability.


CDIO; Financial engineering program; Professional training model

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Chen, G., Zhang, Z. L., Cui, R. X., Wang, J. H., & Jiao, Z. (2012). Teaching reform of electronic information based on CDIO. Journal of North China Institute of Aerospace Engineering, (2). (In Chinese).

Li, K. Q., Lu, X. H., & Xiong, G. J. (2008). CDIO outline and engineering innovative professionals. Journal of Higher Education, (4). (In Chinese).



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