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The objective of the BEcon Programme is to develop students’ general and professional knowledge, international vision, data analysis skills, integrative thinking skills, capacity to solve practical economic problems, awareness of sustainability, professional ethics, and social responsibility. It aims to enable graduates to assume managerial positions in business and industry, public sector organisations, financial institutions, international organisations, and other organisations. Graduates may choose to start their entrepreneurial business ventures, as well. The programme also prepares students for master’s degree studies if they wish to continue in that direction.

Programme Learning Outcomes (PILOs) of BEcon

BEcon   Programme

OutcomeBELO

Our   Students are expected:

BELO 1 Knowledge   Comprehensiveness

A1: To   demonstrate proficiency in understanding general knowledge.

A2: To   demonstrate proficiency in understanding general concepts, theories, and   professional knowledge in economics and trade.

A3: To   demonstrate proficiency in understanding general concepts, theories, and   professional knowledge in finance.

BELO 2
  Practical Skills

B1: To   demonstrate effective communication skills and the ability to adapt to   complex economic environments.

B2: To demonstrate   good leadership skills and team-based coordination capabilities, and the   ability to adapt to complex business environments.

B3: To   demonstrate data analysis skills and to be able to use computer software   tools to solve practical problems, such as by analysing economic trends and   supporting investment decision-making.

B4: To   demonstrate proficiency in reading and understanding materials particular to   international economics, trade, and finance, and making both oral and written   presentations.

BELO 3
  Global Mindset

C1: To   understand cultural differences and demonstrate a respectful attitude towards   cultural diversity.

C2: To   understand frontier research in relevant areas.

C3: To   understand and keep up with international trends in relevant areas.

C4: To   be familiar with differences in policies, regulations, procedures, and   operational modes of international trade and financial investments between   China and other countries.

BELO 4   Integrative Thinking

D1: To   demonstrate analysis and problem-solving capabilities in critical thinking   practice.

D2: To   demonstrate analysis and problem-solving capabilities in systems thinking   practice.

D3: To   demonstrate analysis and problem-solving capabilities in creative thinking   practice.

BELO 5
  Ethics, responsibilities, and sustainability

E1: To   demonstrate professional ethics and social responsibility.

E2: To   demonstrate proficiency in understanding and obeying laws, norms, and   standards in relevant areas.

E3: To   understand the need for regional development and to make contributions to the   community and develop the ability to realise sustainable development in   business organisations and activities.

E4: To   develop self-management and self-study capabilities to realise personal   sustainable development in response to social change.



·         BEcon Programme

1.      International Economics and Trade
The major of International Economics and Trade aims to cultivate composite trade and business management talents with socialist core values, professional ethics, scientific literacy, international vision, innovation and entrepreneurship and craftsmanship.
Students in this major will receive systematic learning and training in basic theory, professional knowledge, professional skills, application skills and thinking of international economics and trade, with emphasis on training students to analyze and solve problems related to foreign-related economy and international trade. After graduation, students will be able to work in multinational companies, foreign-related organizations, relevant government agencies, universities or scientific research institutions in related work on economic and trade business, decision-making management, data analysis, consultation, scientific research and so on.
2.      Finance
The major of Finance aims to cultivate composite financial management talents with socialist core values, professional ethics, scientific literacy, international vision, innovative and entrepreneurial ability and craftsmanship.
Students in this major will receive systematic learning and training of professional knowledge, professional skills and thinking ability in banking, securities, insurance, etc., with emphasis on cultivating students' ability to analyze and solve finance-related problems. Through the systematic study of this major, students will be able to engage in practical financial work in banking, securities, insurance, trust and other industries after graduation, and be able to engage in risk management, data analysis, decision-making consulting and other financial-related work in government agencies, enterprises and institutions, and social organizations.