College of Business - Finance

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Introduction

To keep up with a rapid change environment of financial market, Chung Yuan Christian University founded the Department of Finance on August 1st, 2005. To educate more talents in Finance, the Master`s program was established in 2015.

Under a wave of internationalization, financial liberalization, and an innovation of diversified financial instruments, our department needs to evaluate all kinds of risks precisely to make decision well when faced the challenge of brand-new financial era.

To make a sound investment decision that truly influenced business performance, it is out inevitable duties to nurture students to be a prestige elite in financial field.

Mission
Our missions are

  1. To enhance professional skills of financial field.
  2. Our courses are further divided into two modules for students to plan their future career. In addition, we also provide various simulated exams for financial certification to help studentmore understand financial knowledge and ability so as to strengthen their career competence.

  3. To practice financial information enrichment.
  4. We provide the digital learning environment of “Digital e-Learning Center” for some courses, such as Financial database practices, Applications in financial software, Financial quantitative analysis, Intelligent decision making system of investment…etc.

  5. To strengthen the training of professional English.
  6. As Global-village’s Age coming, we can receive more information about financial market. How to strengthen student’s English ability is the key point to determine whether they could chase the global opportunities for commercial potential and occupation. Based these reasons, we provide courses such as Professional financial English and other English-oral lecture. We also put the international point of view in class, to foster students in international viewpoint and bilingual ability.

  7. To emphasize the indispensability of teamwork to solve finance-related events.
  8. According to complicated and highly changeable financial events, the teamwork spirit, with the ability of communication and coordination is necessary for students to solve financial problems. We therefore put these ideas into our courses by applications of group reports, and presentation and so on, to inform our students about the importance of teamwork coordination.

  9. To pursue business ethics and social responsibility by completing holistic education.
  10. Holistic education is the most important point of view for Chung Yuan Christian University. The financial crisis and corruption scandals both are recently reflected in the facts that we should more focus on the spirit of characters and business ethics than professional knowledge. Therefore, our courses provide additional contents regarding the ethics and character. A notable example is the required course of “Business ethics” provided by College of Business to tell students how to learn more about ethics education besides professional education.

Objectives

Our Key Abilities:match the Target of Abilities of Chung Yuan Christian University

Ability

development Orientation

Target of Abilities of Chung Yuan Christian University

Our Key Abilities Target

Specialty

Knowledge

Specialty

Special knowledge ability

To use and analyze finance-related knowledge

Integration

Integration and reaction ability

To collect and combine financial information

Practice

Innovation

Innovation and the solution to problems

To plan financial products and analysis systems

Operation

Practical operation

To practice in financial market

Character

Unity

Enthusiasm

Enthusiasm and resilience

To get along with people and solve living problems

Communication

Communication and cooperation

To communicate and collaborate with teamwork

Service

Ethics

Society responsibility and understanding

To carry out business ethics and society responsibility

Care

Life care and service

To learned how to service and care about society

Illustration about Our Key capability indicators

Our Key capability indicators

Connotation

To use and analyze finance-related knowledge Students cultivate theirs professional abilities by learning the theory and knowledge of financial field for the related occupations
To search and combine financial information Students not only integrate and accept different opinions and events, but they also think and learn from multiple viewpoints to see finance-related events and change-rapid financial market
To plan financial products and analysis systems Students could solve professional financial problems by their own attitude, as well as innovation and thinking ability, financial knowledge and skills
To practice in financial market Students could apply their professional financial knowledge to life or career
To get along with people and solve living problems Students have sincere and courage to face themselves and give an effort on potential development associated with an ability to face and adjust pressure
To communicate and collaborate with teamwork Students exchange and coordinate opinions with different individuals and groups to achieve their goals and mission of financial events
To carry out business ethics and society responsibility Students improve their own living environment, carry out social responsibility, and pursue truth for the benefit of human beings by use of financial professional skills
To learned how to service and care about society Students based on love implement professional financial knowledge to serve the unique of individuals and society as well as value of life

Future Prospects
Undergraduate

The Department of Finance offers a four-year program leading to the Bachelor degree of Finance. The minimum credits upon graduation are 128, including 91 required credits and 37 elective credits. And the required grade of at least 60 for all courses, in order to be eligible for graduation.

Students need to take at least 34 required subjects of general education credits. School of business offers two-years required subjects of “Practical English” taught by foreign teachers for strengthening the ability of practical foreign language.

The required subject of “Business Ethics” that invited national celebrities making deep speeches enriches ethics of financial personnel.

Besides, the required basic subjects in financial fields include financial management, investment, futures and options, introduction to financial market, bank management, currency and bank, microeconomics, and macroeconomics…etc.

Two modules of the Dept. of Finance are as follows:

Type Sophomore Senior

Corporate Finance &
Holdings Management Modules

Industrial Analysis

Real Estate Economics

Cases in Banking Management

Investment Banking Management

Public Finance

Financial Institutions Management

Seminar on Financial Holding

Mergers and Acquisitions

Special Topics in International Investment

Financial Product & Financial Market Modules

Security and Financial Regulations

Real Estate Investment Management

International Finance

Financial Planning and Strategy

Seminar on Financial practice

Fixed Income Instruments

Financial Derivatives

Security Analysis and Investment Management

Seminar on Financial Engineering

Graduate

A minimum of 35 credits is required for a Master degree, including 19 required course credits and 31 elective course credits. A thesis is required to qualify for graduation.

Table of Required Credits

Description

Credits

Compulsory Subjects of this Department

Equal

19

Optional Subjects of this Department

At Least

9

Optional Subjects of other Department

At Most

6

The Thesis

Equal

6

The minimum credits of graduation

At Least

40

CURRICULA & CREDITS
Undergraduate
COURSE NAME Course Type/Characteristic/Credit Language
Mathematical Finance Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Financial Accounting I Core / Half / 3 Chinese
English Listening and Speaking in Lab (I) Core / Half / 1 English
Management Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Economics(I) Core / Half / 3 Chinese
English(I) Core / Half / 2 English
Chinese Literature Classics Core / Half / 2 Chinese
Environment Service-Learning ( I ) Core / Half / 0 Chinese
Environment Service-Learning ( I ) Core / Half / 0 Chinese
Financial Accounting I Core / Half / 3 Chinese
English Listening and Speaking in Lab (I) Core / Half / 1 English
Introduction to Information Technology Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Economics (I) Core / Half / 3 Chinese
English (I) Core / Half / 2 English
Chinese Literature Classics Core / Half / 2 Chinese
Environment Service-Learning ( I ) Core / Half / 0 Chinese
Environment Service-Learning ( I ) Core / Half / 0 Chinese
Practical English (I) Core / Half / 1 English
Money and Banking Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Intermediate Accounting Ι Elective / Half / 3 Chinese
Financial Products Regulations and Contracts Elective / Half / 3 Chinese
Statistics(I) Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Financial Management(I) Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Microeconomics Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Financial Management Elective / Half / 3 Chinese
Statistics(I) Core / Half / 3 English
Practical English (I) Core / Half / 1 English
Money and Banking Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Statistics(I) Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Financial Management(I) Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Microeconomics Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Practical English (III) Core / Half / 1 English
Financial Statements Analysis Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Investment Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Real Estate Investment Management Elective / Half / 3 Chinese
Investment Banking Management Elective / Half / 3 Chinese
Financial Econometrics Analysis Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Financial Planning and Strategy Elective / Half / 3 Chinese
Real Estate Economice Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Financial Institutions Management Elective / Half / 3 Chinese
Financial Statements Analysis Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Investment Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Financial Econometrics Analysis Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Financial Statements Analysis Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Options and Futures Markets Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Multivariate Statistical Methods Core / Half / 4 Chinese
Stochastic Processes Core / Half / 4 Chinese
Actuarial Mathematics Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Multinational Financial Management Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Seminar on Banking Practice Elective / Half / 3 Chinese
Financial Risk Management Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Public Finance Elective / Half / 3 Chinese
Seminar on Financial practice Elective / Half / 3 English
bank experience(I) Elective / Half / 1 Chinese
bank experience(II) Elective / Half / 0.5 Chinese
finance experience(I) Elective / Half / 0.5 Chinese
finance experience(II) Elective / Half / 0.5 Chinese
Multinational Financial Management Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Multinational Financial Management Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Graduate
COURSE NAME Course Type/Characteristic/Credit Language
Financial Management Core / Half / 3 English
Econometrics Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Options and Futures Markets Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Market Microstructure Elective / Half / 3 Chinese
5Seminar on Finance Topics (II) Core / Half / 1 Chinese
Thesis Core / Half / 3 Chinese
Special Topics on Business Ethics Core / Half / 2 Chinese
FACULTY
FACULTY

Name

Title

Email

Yen-Hsien, Lee

Chairman and Associate Professor

yh@cycu.edu.tw

Jo-Hui, Chen

Professor

johui@cycu.edu.tw

Shu-Hen, Chiang

Professor

shchiang@cycu.edu.tw

Han-Ching, Huang

Professor

samprass@cycu.edu.tw

Yi-Pei, Chen

Associate Professor

epchen@cycu.edu.tw

Yu- Lun, Chen

Associate Professor

yoloom@cycu.edu.tw

Wan-Shin, Mo

Associate Professor

cmo@cycu.edu.tw

Wen- Chien, Liu

Associate Professor

wcliu@cycu.edu.tw

Di-Jiang

Associate Professor

di.jiang@cycu.edu.tw / johnfrancis_diaz@yahoo.com

Chia-Chen, Teng

Assistant Professor

andyteng@cycu.edu.tw

Shen-Feng, Luo

Assistant Professor

sanford@cycu.edu.tw

Ya -Kai, Chang

Assistant Professor

ykchang@cycu.edu.tw

CONTACT US
TEL:886-3-2655701
Fax:886-3-2655749