－Features of the Undergraduate Curriculum
The required courses at the undergraduate level cover major fields: corporate finance, investment, and financial markets. The course of corporate finance offers the essential training in theory and practice for what the financial managers required. Meanwhile, the investment science offers the professional training for financial merchandize personnel that are urgently needed in the financial market. In addition, the financial market and institutional management provides students the necessary theory and practice in entering the job market of the financial service industry. The program arrangement ae detailed in the undergraduate course requirement and course descriptions.
The master program provides the required courses including financial engineering, risk management, corporate finance, investment science, financial market, and other supportive courses. The program arrangement are detailed in the graduate course requirement and course descriptions.