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A Study of the Finance Students’ Professional Competencies Index Constructing at Technological and Vocational Universities, Colleges/Junior Colleges
Competencies index construction;Professional finance competencies index;Ethical education;Ethical and professional ability;Mathematics and calculation ability
|Issue Date: ||2013-07-11T06:38:35Z
The purpose of this study was to construct a professional finance competencies index for students at technological and vocational universities, colleges and junior colleges in Taiwan. There were several research methods used in this study: in-depth interviews, the Delphi method and a questionnaire. The questionnaire was sent to general managers in the financial industry and full-time professors in technological and vocational universities, colleges and junior colleges in Taiwan. It was found that general managers felt “professional ethical ability” was the most important factor; the most important factors for professors were “professional ethical ability,” “security analysis ability,” and “economics-related knowledge and ability.” There was a significant difference between general managers and professors with regard to the “professional ethical ability” and “mathematics and calculation ability” factors: general managers gave “professional ethical ability” a higher value, while professors paid more attention to “mathematics and calculation ability.” Thus the study suggested that technological-vocational universities, colleges and junior colleges, in order to better prepare their students for careers in finance, have to increase the number of courses related to “ethical and professional ability,” and correspondingly reduce the number of courses primarily concerned with “mathematics and calculation” course hours.
|Relation: ||師大學報 (教育類), 50(2): 121-138|
|Appears in Collections:||[商業教育學系] 期刊論文|
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