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Undergraduate Cross Program for Mathematics and Economics at School of Mathematics and Statistics, Economics and Management

Major Number: 469

Major Code:

I. A Brief Introduction to English Major
The Major in Mathematics and Economics for undergraduate students in our School was founded in 2007. More than 30 students, enrolled in one class, were recruited each year. In the past two years, among the graduated students, 50% obtained the employment and 50% continue their study, most of whom got into graduate school of the domestic / oversea famous university. This program emphasizes analytical foundation of mathematics and modern economics, whose requirements on mathematics and economics are higher than that in other economical majors. All the graduates would be conferred double degrees: Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Economics. All the courses in this program are taught by the outstanding teachers in both the College of Economics and Business Administration and the College of Mathematics and Statistics.

II. Educational Objectives
This major is designed to cultivate students to the high-quality inter-disciplinary professional with good ideological and political qualities, and theoretical attainments in Economics, Mathematics and Statistics, full of spirit of innovation, research ability and practice ability; or high-quality candidates for graduate schemes in Economics, Mathematics or Statistics.

III. Basic Requirements
Graduates of this major are expected to have the following aspects of the Knowledge, literacy and the ability
1. good ideological and moral qualities, the attitude of freedom and tolerance, solidarity, team spirit, and aesthetic capabilities;
2. to master the Marxist economics, basic mathematical theories and methods; to master the modern economic analysis methods and computer application skills; to know the development and applications in Domestic / Foreign Economics, Mathematics and Statistics; to be familiar with the principles, policies and regulations of the Communist Party of China and the state; of research;
3. to innovate and learn throughout one’s life; to collect, analysis, process information and put it into practice; to set up good sense of trust and responsibility, to obtain strong hands-on and self-learning ability, the scientific thinking habits and the realistic exploration.
4. Fluent oral and written communication; Strong interpersonal communication; have ability to exchange and communication via one foreign language.
5. to have good health and good mental qualities.

IV. Major Courses
Political Economy; Microeconomics; Macroeconomics; Econometrics; Economic History in China; Foreign History of Economics; Management; Finance Science; Economic Law; Mathematical Analysis; Higher Algebra; Probability Theory; Mathematical Statistics; Ordinary Differential Equation; Operations Research; Real Analysis; Time Series analysis; Experiment of Mathematical Software; Game Theory and Information Economics.

V. Length of Schooling and Degree
Length of Schooling: 4 years
Degree: Bachelor of Science, or Bachelor of Economics

VI. Distribution of Credits


Semester

Course Type

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

Total

Percentage

%

Common Courses (Required)

7

8

11

4

/

/

/

/

30

27

General Education (Required)

10

11

9

5

/

1

/

/

36

32.5

Major Courses (Required)

/

/

/

4

9

/

/

/

13

11.7

Major Courses (Elective)

Offered

/

/

2

15

21

26

/

5

70

/

Earned

/

/

2

6

7

3

/

2

20

18

General Education (Elective)

/

/

/

2

5

2

/

3

12

10.8

Subtotal

17

19

22

21

21

6

/

5

111

100

VII. List of Courses

Course Type

Course Number

Course Name

Semester

Credit

Course Hours

Hours per Week

Prerequisite

Assessment

Minor Course

Lecture

Lab

Tutorial

Common Courses

Required

34000022

Conspectus of Chinese Modern History

1

2

24

0

8

3

/

1

34000021

Ideology and Moral Cultivation and Law Foundation

2

3

48

0

0

3

/

1

34000025

Introduction to Mao Zedong Thoughts and Chinese Characterized Socialism Theory System

3

6

48

0

48

3

/

1

34000023

Basic Principles Of Marxism

4

3

32

0

16

2

/

1

35000011

CEC Reading Writing and Translation 1

1

2

26

2

/

1

35000021

CEC Reading Writing and Translation 2

2

2

32

2

35000011

1

35000031

CEC Reading Writing and Translation 3

3

2

32

2

35000021

1

35000012

CEC Viewing Listening and Speaking 1

1

2

26

2

1

35000022

CEC Viewing Listening and Speaking 2

2

2

32

2

35000012

1

35000032

CEC Viewing Listening and Speaking 3

3

2

32

2

35000022

1

33001100

University Sports 1

1

1

26

0

0

2

1

33002100

University Sports 2

2

1

32

0

0

2

1

33003100

University Sports 3

3

1

32

0

0

2

1

33004100

University Sports 4

4

1

32

0

0

2

1

General Education Course

Elective

46910001

Introduction of Mathematics and Economics

1

1

16

/

/

1

/

2

20210001

Plutonomy

1

3

48

/

24

4

/

1

21010001

Mathematical Analysis 1

1

3

48

/

30

6

/

1

43610002

Higher Algebra 1

1

3

48

/

30

6

/

1

21010003

Mathematical Analysis 2

2

4

64

/

32

6

21010001

1

43610003

Higher Algebra 2

2

4

64

/

32

6

43610002

1

20210002

Microeconomics

2

3

46

2

23

3

/

1

/

21010005

Mathematical Analysis 3

3

4

64

/

32

6

21010003

1

43610004

Probability Theory

3

2

32

/

/

2

21010003

1

20210003

Macroeconomics

3

3

46

2

23

3

20210002

1

43610006

Mathematical Statistics

4

2

32

/

/

2

43610004

1

/

20210009

Econometrics

4

3

38

10

19

3

/

1

/

40510005

Modern Economy in China

6

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

/

Elective

Art and Humanities

Free Elective Courses include courses in Art and Humanities, Social Sciences, and Natural Sciences. Students are required to earn at least 12 credits for General Education Elective, and the 12 credits should not include their major courses, but can be credits earned for their minor courses.

Social Sciences

Natural Sciences

31001001

Computer Foundation

1

2

32

20

/

2

/

1

/

31001004

Technique and Application of Database

2

2

32

20

/

2

/

1

/

Specialized Course

Required

20210006

Theory of Finance

4

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

21010008

Ordinary Differential Equations (in English)

4

2

32

/

16

3

21010005

1

40510002

Foreign History

of Economics

5

3

48

/

24

3

/

1

21010010

A First Course in Real Analysis

5

2

32

/

28

4

21010005

1

43623001

Time Series Analysis

5

2

32

/

/

2

43610004

1

43710007

Basic Operational Research

5

2

32

/

16

3

/

1

Elective

20210007

Statistics

4

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

/

20210008

Experiment of Statistics

4

1

/

16

16

2

20210007

2

43610011

Sampling Survey

5

2

32

/

/

2

43610006

1

/

43610012

Case study on Sampling Survey

5

1

/

32

/

2

43610006

2

/

40520003

Development Economics

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

43623002

Experiment of Time Series Analysis

5

1

32

2

43610006

2

40622001

Marketing Management

6

2

32

/

0

2

/

1

/

40621001

Human Resources Management

6

3

48

/

24

3

/

1

/

40520002

Regional Economics

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

/

40710004

International Finance

6

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

/

40621005

Enterprise Strategy Management

6

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

/

43610015

Multivariate Analysis

6

2

32

/

/

2

43610006

1

/

43610016

Experiment of Multivariate Analysis

6

1

/

32

/

2

43610006

2

/

43620004

Date Mining

6

2

32

/

/

2

43610006

1

/

43620005

Case Study on Data Mining

6

1

/

32

/

2

43610006

2

/

46310004

Financial Engineering

6

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

/

46310005

Experiment of Financial Engineering

6

1

/

16

16

2

46310004

3

/

40721002

Management of Commercial bank

6

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

/

VIII. List of Cross Courses
Direction A:Mathematics


Course Type

Course Number

Course Name

Semester

Credit

Course Hours

Course Type

Course Number

Course Name

Semester

Lecture

Lab

Tutorial

Required Platform

Required

43610005

Study on Probability Theory

3

1

/

32

/

2

21010003

2

43420002

Experiments of Mathematical Software

3

1

/

32

/

2

21010004

2

/

21010007

A First Course in Complex Analysis

4

2

32

/

16

3

21010005

1

21010009

Abstract Algebra

4

2

32

/

28

4

21010006

1

43610007

Experiments of Mathematical Statistics

4

1

/

32

/

2

43610004

2

43610008

Applied Stochastic Process

4

2

32

/

/

2

43610004

1

43410004

Topology

5

2

32

/

16

3

21010005

1

47410002

Functional Analysis

6

2

32

/

16

3

21010010

1

47410001

Partial Differential Equations

6

2

32

/

16

3

21010008

1

47410003

Differential Geometry

6

2

32

/

16

/

21010005

1

47410004

Experiments of Differential Geometry

6

1

/

32

/

2

21010005

2

43422003

Mathematical Economics

8

2

32

/

16

3

21010005

1

/

Direction B:Economics


Course Type

Course Number

Course Name

Semester

Credit

Course Hours

Course Hours

Course Hours

Course Name

Semester

Lecture

Lab

Tutorial

Required Platform

Required

20210005

Management

4

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

20210011

Economic Law

4

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

20210010

Finance

4

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

40510003

Economic History of China

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

40710003

Theory of International Trade

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

46920001

Selected Readings On Capital

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

40710002

World Economy

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

20210004

Accounting

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

44692003

Theory of Industrial Organization

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

46910002

Games Theory and Information Economics

6

2

32

2

1

IX. Laboratory and/or Practice Credit Requirement


Course Name

Non Normal Class Credits

Note

Laboratory

Study on Probability Theory

1

Experiments of Mathematical Statistics

1

Experiments of Differential Geometry

1

Case study on Sampling Survey

1

Experiment of Multivariate Analysis

1

Case study on Time Series Analysis

1

Case Study on Data Mining

1

Experiments of Mathematical Software

1

Experiments of Statistics

1

Experiments of Financial Engineering

1

Teaching Practice or Professional Practice

16

7th Semester

Observation

2

3rd – 6th Semester

Graduation Thesis

6

7th – 8th Semester

IX. Community Education
According to the school’s requirement to encourage students to actively participate in community education platform practical activities, to develop students' innovative spirit and practical ability, to encourage student’s innovation and entrepreneurial spirits, the Schools developed detail rules for determining community education platform credits. The minimum requirement for community education platform is 3 credits. For students to participate in interviews with teachers, research training, research papers published to obtain university and higher rewards, obtain professional certificates, applied skills certificate, etc., under the conditions determined by the college of their credits. Specific details and credits as follows:

Class

Project Name

Credit

Community

Required

Teacher Interview

1

Elective

participating in research projects for undergraduste

1

Participating Social, Social practice, School volunteer service, Social volunteer or participating in study abroad, internships, study tours and other activities

1

Publishing papers and monographsowning invention patents, etc.

1

Participating and winning in academic competitions for university and higher incentive

1

Participate in music, sports, art or other contest and win awards at university-level or above

1

Obtaining professional certificates, applied skills certificate, etc.

1

Remark:
1. The students must complete 3 credits for graduation, which includes 1 credit required, and 2 credits from the platform listed in the above table.
2. Compulsory project "Teacher Interview" requires students communicating with six teachers in School of Mathematics and Statistics, School of Economics and Management, consulting and listening to teachers' the guidance about the studying, selecting course, methodology, life planning, employment and other aspects, and the professional learning, scientific research problems, and independently complete six interviews summary report.
3. Innovation and entrepreneurship, including research training projects A, B, C class for undergraduates, student’s self-innovation projects and teacher’s research projects. Innovation and entrepreneurship among university students training projects A, B, C class must be accomplished. Students taking self-innovation projects or participating in teachers’ projects are required to submit project research report.
4. Professional certificates including computer certificates, psychologists, counselors certificates, driving licenses, certificates and college CET recognized certificate.

X. Explanations
1.The professional direction includes:
Mathematics, completing 20 credits in the Direction A of Part VIII in addition to the 91 credits in Part VII.
Economics, completing 20 credits in the Direction B of Part VIII in addition to the 91 credits in Part VII.
2.The professional curriculum includes the Public Education platform, the General Education platform, and the Professional Courses platform with about 91 credits hours totally including 30 credits in Cross-Class Public Education platform, 49 credits in General Education platform, and 12 credits in Foundation Courses platform. For the pursuit of the degree of the Bachelor of Economics, Students are required to complete the 20 credits in the Direction B of Part VIII. For the pursuit of the degree of the Bachelor of Science, Students are required to complete the 20 credits in the Direction A of Part VIII. Both of them are required for the students to obtain the two degrees. The selective courses(in the General Selective, and the two directions) are freely selected for students to get additional credits.
3.The Professional Practice is arranged in the Seventh semester, additional professional observations are required in the 3rd-6th semesters. The students should get at least 16 credits in practice, 6 credits in the thesis. The total credits should not be less than 24;
4.For graduation within the specified period of the program, the students should satisfy the above condition 2, including 24 credits in practice, 3 credits in Community Education, and passing the foreign language examinations in line with the requirements of the Central China Normal University graduates and the thesis oral defense. Those who meet the conditions for the Regulation for Degree Management of CCNU will be awarded the Bachelor of Science degree (Completing 20 credits in Mathematics Direction), or the Bachelor of Economics degree (Completing 20 credits in Economics Direction), or Both of them (Completing 40 credits in the two Directions).

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