Undergraduate
Undergraduate Program

The Department of Finance offers the four-year undergraduate program leading to the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA). Students must complete 138 credits to acquire the Bachelor Degree. The coursework comprises of required finance courses (69 credits), freshman courses (12 credits), electives (45 credits) and the GE courses (12 credits)

 

The learning goal of undergraduate program is to cultivate professional for the financial market. Thus,

in order to balance the theory and practice in finance for students, the teaching of our faculty is focused on the students' balanced development in their study. Our department requires undergraduates to learn basic knowledge in economics, accounting, money and banking, and investment in the first two years of study. Further, our department requires students to take advanced courses such as financial management, financial statement analysis, insurance and management of financial institutions to enhance their professional abilities when they are in the third and fourth year of study. The training of all courses seeks to establish a solid foundation for students. Doing so, the undergraduates prepare themselves well for their future career or further studies.

 

The Department of Finance offers a four-year program leading to the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration. A student must complete a minimum of 138 credit units, of which 93 are obligatory.

The obligatory courses are as follows:

 

Undergraduate General Courses ( 24 credits )

Subject

Credits

Chinese

Freshman English/Second Foreign Language

Liberal Education Courses

6

6

12

Undergraduate Core Courses ( 69 credits )

 

Subject

Credits

Freshman

Economics

Accounting

Calculus

6

6

6

Sophomore

Statistics

Intermediate Accounting

Microeconomics

Macroeconomics 

Money and Banking

Investment

Mathematics for Management 

Outline of Civil Code

Commercial Law 

6

6

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

Junior

Business Management

Financial Management

Financial Statement Analysis

Management of Financial Institutions

Insurance

Futures and Options

3

3

3

3

3

3

Undergraduate Required Courses ( 9 credits )

Subject

Credits

Advanced Statistics

Freshmen Workshop for NTU Finance 

Bond Markets 

The Application of Financial Modeling 

Financial Engineering 

Investment Banking 

Security Analysis 

Behavioral Finance 

Case Study of Financial Management 

Financial Ethics and Social Responsibility 

Financial Regulations 

Introduction to Asset Securitization 

Financial Markets in China 

Nonparametric Statistics 

Games in Finance 

Merger and Acquisition 

International Financial Management 

The Practice of FHC Management 

Derivatives Trading 

Algorithmic Trading Strategies, Arbitrage and HFT

English Oral Training 

The Seminar on Civil and Commercial Laws(I)

The Seminar on Civil and Commercial Laws(Ⅱ) 

6

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

2

1

1

Undergraduate Other Selective Courses ( 36 credits )