Reconstruction and Optimization of Excellent Talents Training Program for Financial Specialty Group in Higher Vocational Colleges
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Outstanding talents
Quality guidance
Creative fusion
The collaborative production and education



Submitted : 2022-04-30
Accepted : 2022-05-15
Published : 2022-05-30


Big data, artificial intelligence, mobile Internet, cloud computing, Internet of Things, block chain, and other new technologies have brought tremendous changes and development for the financial and economic industry. These industries play an important role in supporting the operation of enterprises, therefore there is a need to continuously modify and updating the courses for the students who is majoring in the financial and economic. The changes and reconstruction in the education system should include, more innovative of personnel training mode, integrating special course system, incorporate fusion based on the collaborative education of production, practical and, hybrid teaching mode, and finally, include more comprehensive evaluation system. Importantly, the changes should improve the students’ innovation and entrepreneurship ability.  


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