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Bachelor
Time: 2017-10-17 10:43:17
Admission Undergraduate
Applied Economics Undergraduate Information
 
1. Admission:
(1) Individual Applicant
  • 33 places of Individual Applicant for Bachelor's degree. (Included 30 general students and 3 aboriginal students.)
  • Application duration: Every year in early March ~middle of April.
  • Grading : College Entrance Exam Score (50%) 、Written Test (20%) and Group Interview (30%)
(2) Multi-Star Project
  • 10 places of Multi-Star Project for Bachelor's degree. (Included 8 general students and 2 aboriginal students.)
  • Application duration: Every year in early March ~middle of March.
  • Grading : School Academic Achievements Ranking top 30% and College Entrance Exam Score (Chinese、English、Math)
(3) College Entrance Examination In Specified Subjects  
  • 11 places of College Entrance Examination In Specified Subjects for Bachelor's degree.
  • Application duration: Every year in middle of July ~middle of August.
  • Grading : Score of College Entrance Examination In Specified Subjects (Chinese、English and Math A)
 
2. Professors: 
     The department has 15 full time staff as followed: 7 Professors; 4 Associate Professors; 4 Assistants Professors; 3 Adjunct Professors; 3 Adjunct Professors; 1 Joint Appointment Professor
     More information: Faculty  


Faculty of 105 Academic Year
 
Full-time professors: 15
Professors: 7
Associate Professors: 4
Assistant Professors: 4
Adjunct Professors: 3
Professor (joint appointment): 1





3. Courses:
     Courses for first semester of 106 academic year:
  • Principles of Economics / Accounting / Calculus (I) / Microeconomics / Macroeconomics / Statistics& Practice Hour / Agricultural Economics / Economic Development / International Economics(I) / Input-Output Analysis / Project Study and Planning / Economics of Outdoor Recreation / Applied Economic Project Lecture (I) / Insurance / Agricultural Policies and Regulations / Game Theory (I) / Thesis
 
     Courses for second semester of 106 academic year:
  • Calculus(II) / Principles of Economics / Data Processing / Mathematical Methods for Economic Study / Introduction to Applied Economics / Accounting / Macroeconomics / Microeconomics / Economics of Industrial Organization / Statistics& Practice Hour / Land Economics (I) / Business Management(I) / Quantitative Approaches to Management and Decision Making / International Trade Practice / Financial Statement Analysis / Money and Banking / Economic Forecasting Methods / Recreation Farm Management / Health Economics / Advanced Nature Resource and Environmental Economics (I) / Industries in Bio-economy / Ecological Economics(I) / Thesis 
     More information: Undergraduate Courses Map
 
4. Degree awarded:
     The minimum required credits: 131 credits included school compulsory courses: 0 credits(PE courses, Service-Learning and English Test), common compulsory courses (College Chinese &English): 10 credits , General Education credits (Humanistic & Social &Natural): 20 credits, dept. compulsory courses: 67 credits(Common Compulsory courses:49 credits & Compulsory Elective courses: 18 credits) and elective courses: 34 credits .( Other department elective maximum:18 credits and Dept. elective minimum:16 credits)
     More information: Graduation Requirements
 
 5. Employment Status of Graduate:

University Graduate employment status in this past five years:

27% - Finance and Insurance
20% - Science and technology industry / Manufacturing
19% -Civil servant / Public Sector
16% - Schools and Research Institutions
16% - Others
 2% - Start own business
 




6. Continue Master Degree:
 

The ratio of the department of Masters :
22%- Finance
16%-Others
15%- Business management
13%- Economics
11%-Applied Economics
11%-Agriculture Economics
7%- International Business Management
3%- Quantitative Finance
2%- Statistic