1.Ensure that students have a basic understanding and analytical skills in major finance fields such as corporate finance, international financial management, investments, and derivatives.
2.Invite finance professionals from major security firms or corporations from various industries such as financial analysts and financial managers to lecture in the classes or seminars to provide cutting-edge finance knowledge to students.
3.Encourage and support the involvement of faculty and students in developing thesis topics concerning academic or professional issues.
4.Design courses which are computer programming-related to develop the quantitative skills needed for the fields such as financial engineering and derivatives.
5.Provide elective courses which satisfy the needs for graduate students who will apply to doctoral programs in business or finance-related fields.
6.Emphasize the issues of business ethics and social responsibility through seminars.