Proceedings of the 2019 International Conference on Education Science and Economic Development (ICESED 2019)

Discussion on the Teaching Reform of Financial Management Course under the Background of Double Innovation

Authors
Xiaoying Ding, Xiaoyu Li, Yalin Gao
Corresponding Author
Yalin Gao
Available Online January 2020.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/icesed-19.2020.33How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Double creation; Financial management; Curriculum reform;
Abstract
Course teaching reform is the fundamental way to improve college students' entrepreneurship ability. Colleges and universities should strengthen the process of professional curriculum innovation and entrepreneurship education reform. Financial management course is an important course in Colleges and universities, with strong application and practical characteristics. With the constant changes of social and economic development, there is a big gap between the financial management curriculum and the needs of social development. As a result, the situation of "double creation" has attracted wide attention in the field of education. Colleges and universities should consciously strengthen the establishment and cultivation of students' innovation and entrepreneurship awareness in personnel training.Carry out active and effective financial management curriculum reform. This paper makes an analysis and Discussion on the reform of financial management curriculum in undergraduate colleges and Universities under the situation of double-creation.
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