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International Journal of Higher Education, v2 n3 p62-68 2013

With China's economic development and international competition intensifications, the society requires for talents from number requirements into the quality requirements, especially. Complex and high-class trend of modern industrial development demands compound talents. There are eight majors in college of the economics and management in Changchun University of Science and Technology, so it is an urgent for the university how to cultivate compound talents of high-quality. In September 2012, new "University undergraduate course catalog" and "University Undergraduates professional setting regulations" issued by the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China require all universities to amend the training programs to further promote the reform of education. To some extent, the quality of talent training is determined by talent training model. In view of this, the training program revision is discussed in the paper. By surveying universities and enterprises, based on needs of local economic and social development, considering university conditions, cultivating complex talent as a basic orientation, three-dimensional training model is constructed that merge imparting knowledge, culturing capacity, improving quality. The following aspects are included to revise training program: professional orientation and characteristics of training objectives, training standard, curriculum systems (theoretical teaching systems and practice teaching systems).

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Study, Undergraduate Students, Business Administration Education, Talent Development, Economics Education, Training, Educational Change, Educational Quality, Models, Educational Objectives, Case Studies

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Author: Qi, Dianwei; Yu, Shili

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