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Undergraduate English-taught Courses Syllabi Fall Semester, 2010 Academic Affairs Office Tsinghua SEM May, 2010

Undergraduate English-taught Courses Syllabi

Undergraduate English-taught Courses Syllabi Fall Semester, 2010 Academic Affairs Office Tsinghua SEM May, 2010

Fall Semester, 2010

Academic Affairs Office Tsinghua SEM May, 2010

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The first school on the Chinese mainland to attain both AACSB and EQUIS accreditation

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Undergraduate Program, Fall 2010 Catalogue

Accounting Principles

2

Accounting Principles

5

Auditing1

8

Business Communication

11

Computer Networks

14

Corporate Finance

18

Data Structures and Algorithms

21

Elementary Chinese 1

24

Enterprise Resource Planning

28

Environmental and Resource Economics

31

Financial Institution

34

Financial Statement Analysis

36

Financial Risk Management

39

Game Theory

41

Insurance Economics

43

Intermediate Financial Accounting (2)

46

Intermediate Microeconomics

49

International Economics

51

Introduction to Financial Engineering

54

Investment

57

Investment

59

Labor Economics

61

Management Systems Simulation

63

Principles of Insurance: Life, Health and Annuities

66

Public Finance

68

Strategic Management

70

Theory of Industrial Organization

73

Topics on International Accounting

76

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Course Syllabus

Course Number: 30510123 Course Name (CH): 会计学原理 Course Name (EN): Accounting Principles Credits: 3 Prerequisites:

Teaching Language: □CH □CH+EN (EN ≥50%)

Courseware Language: □CH

Teaching

□EN □lecture
□EN
□lecture

Method:

□discussion

□EN □case study
□EN
□case
study

□computer-aided assignment

□students’ in-class presentation

□literature

Assessment Method:

□in-class quiz analysis (report)
□in-class quiz
analysis (report)

□oral presentation

□final exam

□final report/thesis

□group discussion

□case
□case

□practice project (report)

□others Semester: □spring Course Category:

Target Students:

 

□autumn

□summer

□core course

 

□Undergraduate

□elective course

□PhD

□Master

□MBA

□EMBA □TIEMBA

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Instructor: ZHANG, Haiyan Office: Room 338, Weilun Building E-mail: zhanghy@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn Office Phone: 86-10-62792617 (62783540) Office Hour: 8:00 am to 12:00 am, Thursday or by appointment (Feel free to send e-mail or drop by). Discussion Board: http://learning.sem.tsinghua.edu.cn TA: LI, Yuling E-mail: liyl2.07@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn

Course Description (course objectives and content):

Accounting is a dynamic subject which is evolving rapidly in recent times. It is also a highly political process with a number of players or interest groups involved in the process of setting the accounting standards. As the language of business accounting plays a very important role in managing business organizations and in particular, large multinational corporations. Any person who wants to work for a business organization (or own a business as a proprietor, partner or shareholder) should have a thorough understanding of this language of business. Knowledge of accounting would also help those who want to deal with businesses (as suppliers, franchisees, etc.). Therefore, it is very important that you learn accounting by getting a good understanding of its basic concepts, principles and underlying logic as well as by actually doing problems. Do not learn accounting mechanically. Learn accounting by doing it. This course serves as a base on which you can develop your business and especially

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accounting knowledge. By the end of this course, you should be able to (1) Understand, and can explain in own words, about the major principles governing financial accounting; (2) Prepare financial accounting records and reports; and (3) Analyse and interpret financial accounting information, and use accounting knowledge to explain and predict real world economic phenomenon. To accomplish this global goal, lecturing is far from enough; problem solving, in-class discussion, regular tests, and case solving are also important. In addition, detailed cognitive learning objectives must be established before studying and will be emphasized in each lecture.

Textbooks & References:

1. Textbook:

Introduction to Financial Accounting 9e

Charles T. Horngren

Gary

L. Sundem John A. Elliott Donna R. Philbrick

财务会计 东北财经大学出版社 高等院校双语教学适用教材·会计”(2005)

2. Supplementary materials:

3. Reference books

Clyde P. Stickney, Roman L. Weil: Financial Accounting: An Introduction to Concepts, Methods and Uses, 10 th edition White, Sondhi, and Fried, The Analysis and Use of Financial Statements. 中信出版社 影印版,《财务报表分析与运用》

Lecture notes, solution manual and cases

Grading (percentage of all the assessment methods involved):

No.

Assessment method

Percentage

1

Quiz

10

2

Group case report and presentation

15

3

Homework

5

4

Class participation

5

5

Final exam

65

Teaching Schedule (weeks, content, assignments. It can be in the tabular form.) :

Week

Content

Chapter

Homework

 

1

Big picture_Balance sheet Accounting: the Language of Business

1

1-3, 1-4, 1-6

 

2

Big picture_Income statement Measuring Income to Access Performance

2

2-3, 2-6, 2-10

 

3

Basic tools_Double entry Recording Transactions

3

 
 

Basic tools_Double entry Recording Transactions

3

3-5,

3-8,

3-10,

4

3-11

5

Basic principle_Accrual Accounting Accrual Accounting and Financial Statements

4

 

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教学办公室 Academic Affairs Office 4 4-8, 4-13 6 Basic principle_Accrual Accounting Accrual Accounting and
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4-8, 4-13
6
Basic principle_Accrual Accounting
Accrual Accounting and Financial Statements
Big picture_
Statement of Cash Flows
5
5-1,
5-2,
5-3,
7
5-7, 5-10
8
Accounting for specific activities
Accounting for Sales
6
6-1, 6-12, 6-13,
6-15
Accounting for specific activities
Inventories and Cost of Goods Sold
7
7-5,
7-15,
7-17,
9
7-20
Holiday
10
Accounting for specific activities
Long-Lived Assets and Depreciation
8
8-11, 8-21,
11
8-23, 8-26
9
9-7, 9-8, 9-13
12
Accounting for specific activities
Liabilities and Interest
13
Accounting for specific activities
Stockholders’ Equity
10
10-11,
10-13,
10-16
Accounting for specific activities
Intercorporate Investments and Consolidations
11
14
Big picture_
Financial statement analysis
12
15
Case presentation
16

Other requirements and information:

No further requirements.

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Course Syllabus

Course Number: 30510123 Course Name (CH): 会计学原理 Course Name (EN): Accounting Principles Credits: 3 Prerequisites: No Teaching Language: □CH □CH+EN (EN ≥50%)

Courseware Language: □CH

Teaching

□EN □lecture
□EN
□lecture

Method:

□discussion

□EN □case study
□EN
□case
study

□literature

□computer-aided assignment

□students’ in-class presentation

Assessment Method:

analysis (report) □others Semester: □spring

□in-class quiz

□oral presentation

□final exam

□group discussion

□case

□final report/thesis

□practice project (report)

□autumn □core course □Undergraduate
□autumn
□core course
□Undergraduate

□summer

Course Category:

Target Students:

□elective course

□Master

□PhD

□MBA

□EMBA

□TIEMBA

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Instructor: Jian Xue Office: 201A Weilun Building E-mail: xuejian@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn Office Phone: 62773116 Office Hour: to be announced Discussion Board: SEM blackboard TA: to be announced E-mail: to be announced

Course Description (course objectives and content):

Accounting is a dynamic subject which is evolving rapidly in recent times. It is also a highly political process with a number of players or interest groups involved in the process of setting the accounting standards. As the language of business, accounting plays a very important role in managing business organizations and in particular, large multinational corporations. Any person who wants to work for a business organization (or own a business as a proprietor, partner or shareholder) should have a thorough understanding of this language of business. Knowledge of accounting would also help those who want to deal with businesses (as suppliers, franchisees, etc.). Therefore, it is very important that you learn accounting by getting a good understanding of its basic concepts, principles and underlying logic as well as by actually doing problems. Do not learn accounting mechanically. Learn accounting by doing it. This course serves as a base on which you can develop your business and especially

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accounting knowledge. By the end of this course, you should be able to (1) Understand, and can explain in own words, about the major principles governing financial accounting; (2) Prepare financial accounting records and reports; and (3) Analyze and interpret financial accounting information, and use accounting knowledge to explain and predict real world economic phenomenon. To accomplish this global goal, lecturing is far from enough; problem solving, in-class discussion, regular tests, and case solving are also important. In addition, detailed cognitive learning objectives must be established before studying and will be emphasized in each lecture.

Textbooks & References:

1. Libby, Libby, and Short. Financial Accounting, 6 th edition, McGraw-Hill.

2. Handouts (available from the course website).

Grading (percentage of all the assessment methods involved):

No.

Assessment method

Percentage

1

Quiz: 5 quizzes.

10

2

Homework (1 points for each chapter)

11

3

Class Participation (attendance, questions, suggestions, etc.)

4

4

Group Research Project

10

5

Midterm Exam

25

6

Final Exam

40

Teaching Schedule (weeks, content, assignments. It can be in the tabular form.) :

Week

Content

Literature reading

cases

1

Introduction to Financial Statements

Chap.1

E2, E5, E7

2

Balance Sheet

Chap.2

E4, E11

3

Q1+ Income Statement

Chap.3

E6, E8

4

Adjustment Process

Chap.4

E6, E14

5

Adjustment Process

Chap.4

E6, E14

6

Q2 + Sales Revenue, Receivables, and Cash

Chap.6

E9, E14

7

Cost of Goods Sold

Chap.7

E2, P2

8

Midterm Examination

Chap1~7

 

9

Long-term Assets

Chap.8

E13, P3

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10

Holiday

     
 

Q3

+

Liabilities,

bond

&

Chap.9,

Chap.

10,

E9-4, E9-5

11

Financial

Statement

Analysis

Chap.14

(group project)

12

Owners’ Equity

 

Chap.11

E10, P8

13

Q4 + Accounting for Investment

Chap.12

E3, E4

14

Statement of Cash Flow

 

Chap.13

E7, E15

15

Group Project Presentation

     

16

Q5 + Final Review

     

Other requirements and information:

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Course Syllabus

Course Number: 30510393 Course Name (CH): 审计学 1 Course Name (EN): Auditing1 Credits: 3 Prerequisites:

Teaching Language: □CH □CH+EN (EN ≥50%)

□EN
□EN

Courseware Language: □CH

Teaching

□EN □lecture
□EN
□lecture

Method:

□discussion □case study □literature reading □students’ in-class presentation □oral presentation □group discussion □case

final exam

□practice project (report)

□computer-aided assignment

Assessment Method: □in-class quiz

analysis (report) □others Semester: □spring Course Category:

Target Students:

□final report/thesis

□autumn □core course □Undergraduate
□autumn
□core course
□Undergraduate

□summer

□elective course

□Master

□PhD

□MBA

□EMBA

□TIEMBA

Instructor: Dan Li

Office: 201G, Weilun Building E-mail: lidan@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn Office Phone: +86-10-62796620

Office Hour:

Discussion Board:

TA:

E-mail:

Course Description (course objectives and content):

The course is designed to provide the student with insight about auditing: what it is, why it’s important, what it entails, and why users of financial statements should care about it. Its is an introduction to the audit function, audit standards, objectives and procedures, ethical and legal environment, materiality and audit risk, sampling, and reporting.

Textbooks & References:

1. Auditing Cases: An Interactive Learning Approach. 4 th edition by Mark Beasley, Frank

Buckless, Steven Glover, and Douglas Prawitt. (published by Pearson Education).

2. Auditing & Assurance Services: A Systematic Approach, 4 th edition by W.F. Messier, S.M.

Glover, and D.F. Prawitt (published by McGraw-Hill Irwin).

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Grading (percentage of all the assessment methods involved):

Participation

5%

Assignment

15 %

Presentation

10%

Term Paper

10%

Midterm Exam

25%

Final Exam

35%

Total

100%

Teaching Schedule (weeks, content, assignments. It can be in the tabular form.)

Class Schedules

Class

Date

Course Materials

 

Case

Assignment

 

An Introduction to Assurance and Financial Statement Auditing

 

1

 

Chapter 1 and 2

Case

4.1

Enron

Corporation

and

(1) Case 4.1: 1,2,3,

Andersen, LLP

 

5

Reports on Audited Financial Statements

 

2

 

18

Case 12.4 Surfer Dude Duds

 

(1)

2-29,

2-32a,

 

18-32

3

Oct 5

Holiday (No Class)

   

Risk Assessment and Materiality

 

4

 

Chapter 3

Group 1 Case 2.2 Dell Computer Corporation

 

ASSIGNMENT (1) DUE (2) 3-23, 3-28 (2) Case 7.1 Anne Aylor part [2]

Group 2 Case 7.1 Anne Aylor (answer part [1] questions only)

Audit Evidence and Audit Documentation

 

5

 

Chapter 4

Group 3 11.1 The Runners Shop

 

(2)

from

4-12

to

4-21, 4-26

 

Audit Planning and Types of Audit Tests

 

6

 

Chapter 5

Group 4 1.1 Ocean Manufacturing

 

(2) 5-36, 5-37

 

Case 8.2 Northwest Bank (Class exercises)

 

Internal Control in a Financial Statement Audit

 

7

 

Chapter 6

Group 5 5.1 Simply Steam

 

ASSIGNMENT

 
 

(2) DUE

 

Auditing Internal Control over Financial Reporting

 
 

8 Chapter 7

 

Guest Speaker *

 

(3) Case 5.7 answer questions [1]-[6]

Work on your paper AND prepare your forthcoming exam

   

9 Midterm Exam

   

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10
Chapter
8
(3) 8-23, 8-25
Statistical
Sampling
Audit Sampling: An Application to Substantive Tests of Account Balances
11
Chapter 9 Classical
Variables Sampling
and MUS
 Group 6 – Case 3.1 A Day in
the Life of Brent Dorsey
(3) 8-30, 9-23
12
Chapter 9 Classical
Variables Sampling
 Group 7 – Case 3.3 The
Anonymous Caller
ASSIGNMENT
(3) DUE
and
MUS
(continued)
 Group 8 – Case 12.2 Auto
Parts.
Auditing Business Cycles
13 Chapter 10-14
 Group 9 – Case 9.4 Bud’s Big
Blue Manufacturing
(4)
Group
work:
10-36, 12-29
14 Chapter 19
 Group 10 – Case 9.3 Longeta
Corporation
(4) Group work:
 Group 12 –Case 3.4 WorldCom
15-26, 16-28 Intel
or Microsoft
Auditor Independence and Auditor Legal Liability
15 Guest Speaker *
 Group 11 – Case 4.5 Xerox
Corporation
ASSIGNMENT
(4) DUE
16 Chapter 17&20
 Group 13 – Case 12.1 EyeMax
Corporation
Paper DUE
 Group 14 – KPMG (A) A Near-
Death Experience
17 Final Exam
TBA

Other requirements and information:

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Course Syllabus

Course Number: 30510912 Course Name (CH): 商务沟通 Course Name (EN): Business Communication Credits: 2 Prerequisites: None

Teaching Language: □CH Courseware Language: □CH

Teaching

□computer-aided assignment Assessment Method: □in-class quiz

analysis (report) □others Semester: □spring Course Category:

Target Students:

□CH+EN (EN ≥50%)

discussion

□EN
□EN

□case

□EN □lecture
□EN
□lecture

Method:

study

□literature

□case

□students’ in-class presentation

oral presentation

□final exam

□group discussion

□final report/thesis

practice project (report)

□autumn □summer □core course □elective course □Undergraduate □Master □PhD
□autumn
□summer
□core course
□elective course
□Undergraduate
□Master
□PhD

□MBA

□EMBA

□TIEMBA

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Instructor: Nancy Han Office: no E-mail: hanyangtw@yahoo.com Office Phone: no Office Hour: no Discussion Board:

TA:

E-mail:

Course Description (course objectives and content):

Business Communication taught in Englishis a course training students to be able to deliver a presentation and submit a written proposal efficiently as well as effectively in a business context. The training is very important for students who aim to succeed in the business world. Followings are the course outline that helps students interested in this course to have a specific idea about the course requirement so to complete this course successfull y. The course is delivered in English with many training activities which eventually get students to be an efficient business presenter in English. It helps the learner aware of the communication goals and therefore able to apply the principles to create an efficient and effective business presentation. It also helps the learner apply the communication principles to written formats since the written proposals are evaluated as part of the final performance. It requires the learner to be a team member to make the presentation successful, for being able to work with a team is an important element for a manager’s future leadership. Finally,

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being able to listen to peer’s presentations and providing feedback are important tasks in the course as well.

Textbooks & References:

1.

Andrea B. Geffner, Business English: a complete guide to developing an effective business English writing style, 4 th edition, Barron’s Educational Series, Inc. 2004, ISBN

0-7641-2444-7

2.

Kitty O. Locker, Business and Administrative communication, 7th edition, McGraw-Hill International Edition, 2006, ISBN 0-07-111613-3

Grading (percentage of all the assessment methods involved):

Item

Assessment method

Percentage

Class performance

Presentation & Discussion

20%

 

Presentation

20%

Mid-term

Delivery

15%

power point

5%

Final

Presentation

40%

60%

delivery

25%

power point

15%

Written report

20%

Teaching Schedule (weeks, content, assignments. It can be in the tabular form.) :

Week

Topic

Assignment

 

Reading

1

Course Introduction

1-minute speech on self-introduction

Locker’s

What is business communication?

-

chapter 7

Course requirement and grouping

   

2

Eye-contact

5-minute group presentation on assigned topic

Locker’s

-

chapter 8

3

Informative format

5-minute group presentation on assigned topic

Locker’s

-

chapter 13

4

Visual design

5-minute group presentation on assigned topic

Locker’s

-

chapter 14

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Voice & Gesture
5-minute group
presentation
on assigned topic
Locker’s
-
chapter 15
6
Individual group meeting
Ppt design on
mid-term project
7
Individual group meeting
Revision of
mid-term project
8
Mid-term presentation
1-minute individual
graph presentation
9
Use of Graphs
5-minute group
presentation
on assigned topic
Locker’s
-
chapter 15
10
Persuasive format
5-minute group
presentation
on assigned topic
Locker’s
-
chapter 9
11
Written report of a business plan
5-minute group
presentation
on chosen business
Locker’s
-
chapter 10
12
Using evidence in the business plan
Revised group
presentation
on chosen business
Geffner’s
-
chapter 20
13
Individual group meeting
st revision of the
final project
1
14
Individual group meeting
nd revision of the
final project
2
15
Rehearsal of the final presentation
Final revision of
the final project
16
Final presentation
Due of final written
report

Other requirements and information:

There will be video taping for each speech and presentation made.

Each student needs to fill up observation sheet while watching his/her video.

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Course Syllabus

Course Number30510873 Course Name (CH):计算机网络 Course Name (EN): Computer Networks

Credits3

PrerequisitesProgramming Language

Teaching Language□CH Courseware Language□CH

□CH+EN (EN ≥50%)

□EN □discussion
□EN
□discussion
□EN
□EN

□case

Teaching

Method:

lecture

□computer -aided assignment

□computer-aided assignment

study

□students’ in-class presentation

□literature

Assessment Method: □in-class quiz

analysis (report) □others Semester□spring

Course CategoryTarget Students

□oral presentation

□final exam

□group discussion

□case

□final report/thesis

practice project (report)

□autumn □core course □Undergraduate
□autumn
□core course
□Undergraduate

□summer

□elective course

□Master

□PhD

□MBA

□EMBA

□TIEMBA

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InstructorXunhua GUO Office451, Weilun Building E-mailguoxh@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn Office Phone8610-62792738 Office Hour10:00-12:00am, every Thursday

Course Description

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the concepts and principles about data communication and computer networking, including related architectures, protocols, technologies, hardware, software, and applications. Emphasis is put upon the requirement analysis and design of networking applications in organizations, while topics such as management of communications networks, cost-benefit analysis, and evaluation of connectivity options are covered, so as to help students learn to evaluate, select, and implement different communication options within an organization.

Textbooks & References

[Textbook] Peterson, L.L., and Davie, B.S. Computer Networks: A Systems Approach, (4 ed.) China Machine Press, Beijing, 2007. (original version: Elsevier (Singapore) Pte Ltd., 2007). [Reference] Kurose, J.F., and Ross, K.W. Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet, (3 ed.) Higher Education Press, Beijing, 2005. (original version:

Pearson Education, 2003).

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Grading

Assignments: 20% Course project: 20% Participation: 10% Final exam: 50%

Course Outline

1. Introduction

Computer networks and applications

Connectivity

Resource sharing

Architecture overview

Common services support Textbook: Sections 1.1-1.2.

2. Network architecture

Layering and protocols

OSI architecture

Internet architecture

Implementing network software

Performance

Textbook: Sections 1.3-1.5.

3. Physical connection

Hardware building blocks

Encoding

Framing

Error Detection

Reliable Transmission

Textbook: Sections 2.1-2.5

4. Direct link networks

Ethernet (802.3)

Token rings (802.5, FDDI)

Wireless (802.11, WiFi)

Network adapters

Textbook: Sections 2.6-2.8.

5. Packet switching

Switching and forwarding

Bridges and LAN switches

Cell switching (ATM)

Implementation and performance

Textbook: Chapter 3.

6. Internetworking

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Simple internetworking (IP)

Address translation (ARP)

Host configuration (DHCP)

Error reporting (ICMP)

Virtual networks and tunnels

Textbook: Section 4.1.

7. Routing and the global Internet

Network as a graph

Distance vector (RIP) and Link state (OSPF)

Metrics

Routing for mobile hosts

Global Internet

Textbook: Sections 4.2-4.3.

8. End-to-End protocols

Simple demultiplexer (UDP)

Reliable byte stream (TCP)

TCP extensions

Textbook: Section 5.1-5.2.

9. Remote procedure call (RPC) (optional)

RPC fundamentals

RPC implementations

Textbook: Section 5.3.

10. Real time applications (RTP) (optional)

Real time requirements

RTP details

Control protocol

Textbook: Section 5.4.

11. End-to-end data

Presentation formatting

XML

Data compression

Textbook: Chapter 7.

12. Traditional applications

Name service (DNS)

Electronic mail (SMTP, MIME, IMAP, POP)

World Wide Web (HTTP)

File transferring (FTP)

Network management (SNMP)

Textbook: Section 9.1.

13. Other applications (optional)

Web services, web-based computing, and cloud computing

Multimedia applications

Overlay networks

Textbook: Sections 9.2-9.4.

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14. Net security (optional)

Cryptographic algorithms

Security mechanisms

Example systems

Firewalls

Textbook: Chapter 8.

15. Conclusions

Course review

Course project review

15. Conclusions  Course review  Course project review Open issues Other requirements and information: Page17

Open issues

Other requirements and information:

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Course Syllabus

Course Number: 40510233 Course Name (CH): 公司财务 Course Name (EN): Corporate Finance Credits: 3 Prerequisites:

For the students in SEM: Principle of Finance course is required

For exchange students: some preliminary finance course is needed

Teaching Language: □CH Courseware Language: □CH

Teaching

□CH+EN (EN ≥50%)

□EN
□EN
□EN
□EN

Method:

□lecture

□discussion

 

□case

study

□literature

 
 

□students’ in-class presentation

 

□in-class quiz

 

□oral presentation

 

□group discussion

 

□case

□final report/thesis

□final exam

 

□practice project (report)

 

□computer-aided assignment

Assessment Method:

analysis (report)

□others Semester: □spring Course Category:

Target Students:

□autumn

□summer

□core course

□elective course

□Master

□PhD

□Undergraduate

□MBA

□EMBA

□TIEMBA

reading

Instructor:

Office:

E-mail: chentt@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn Office Phone: (8610)62789860

Office Hour:

Discussion Board: (TBD) TA: (TBD)

E-mail: (TBD)

Professor Taotao Chen Shunde 128, CCWE

(TBD)

Course Description (course objectives and content):

Corporate Finance II course covers the content of both basic theory of coprate finance and the knowledge and skills of financial decision making analysis. In terms of theory, it mainly includes time value, valuation, risk and return and capital structure; and in terms of knowledge and skill of financial decision making analysis, it includes the financial statement analysis, capital budgeting, financing alternative approaches and their advantages and disadvantages etc. In order to put context between theory and the practical situation in China, the review and discussion of the financial situation in China is arranged associated with the relevant topics of each class. The teaching methodology of the course is case study combined with lecturing. After taking this course, the students should: 1) learn the basic principle of Corporate Finance, 2) build the basic skill of financial analysis and decision-making, and 3)understand more about relevant situation in China.

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Textbooks & References:

1. Textbook: “Principles of Corporate Finance”, 8 th Edition, Richard A. Brealey, Stewart C. Myers, China Machine Press

2. Cases: IVEY school cases & HBS cases (to be printed)

Grading (percentage of all the assessment methods involved):

No.

Assessment method

Percentage

1

General tests and mid-term exam,

1/3

2

Class participantion and case report

1/3

3

China topic assignment and final report

1/3

Teaching Schedule (weeks, content, assignments. It can be in the tabular form.) :

1.

Contents: The course covers main principles and analyzing skills of corporate finance, including (1) Financial statements analysis, (2) Valuation and cost of capital, (3) Capital budgeting, (4) Working capital management (5) Financing decision (6) Dividend policy.

(7)

Merger and Acquisition, etc

2.

Assignments:

(1)The assignment for case analysis. (2)The assignment for reviewing Chinese financial issues and problems

Course Schedule

Clas

   

Cases & China topic Discussion

s

 

Contents

Readings

 

Course Introduction

 

Myers: Chap 1 Myers: Chap 29,30.

 

1

Lecture:: Financial statement analysis and forecasting

 

Lecture:

Financial

statement

Myers: Chap 29,30.

 

2

analysis and forecasting

   

Myers: Chap 29, 30.

Case

study:

Fisher

3

electricity

 

Lecture (knowledge review):

Myers: Chap 7,8,9

China topic presentation I

4

Time Risk & return; Cost of capital

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5

 

Myers: Chap 7,8,9

Case study: BC Electricity

6

Lecture: Capital Budgeting

Myers: Chap 10,11,12

China topic presentation II

   

Myers: Chap 10,11,12

Case

study:

Laurentian

7

Bakery

 

Mid-term examination

   

Lecture:

8

Working capital Management

Myers: Chap 30,31,32

 

Lecture: Financial Market and

Myers: Chap 14,17, 18

 

9

Long Term Financing

   

Myers: Chap 14,17, 18

Case

study:

ROCKY

10

Mountain High

11

Lecture: Dividend Policy

Myers: Chap 16,17,18

China topic presentation III

12

 

Myers: Chap 16,17,18

Case study: Dividend Policy at FPL Group

 

Guest Speaker: (TBD)

Myers: Chap 19, Myers: Chap 33,34

China topic presentation IV

13

Or Lecture:

Business Valuation and M&A

 

14

 

Myers: Chap 33,34

Case Study: Lawson & Jones company

15

Q & A report

by groups: preparing final

   

16

Final Presentation

   

Other requirements and information:

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Course Syllabus

Course Number: 30510273 Course Name (CH): 数据结构 Course Name (EN): Data Structures and Algorithms Credits: 3 Prerequisites: C/C++/Java Programming

Teaching Language: □CH Courseware Language: CH

□CH+EN (EN ≥50%)

□ EN
□ EN

□discussion

□EN □case study
□EN
□case
study

Teaching

Method:

computer-aided assignment

computer-aided assignment

lecture

□students’ in-class presentation

□literature

reading

Assessment Method: □in-class quiz

analysis (report) □others Semester: □spring Course Category:

Target Students:

□oral presentation

final exam

□group discussion

□case

□final report/thesis

autumn

practice project (report)

□summer

core course

□elective course

□Master

□PhD

Undergraduate

□MBA

□EMBA

□TIEMBA

□

Instructor: WEI Qiang Office: Room 443, Weilun Building E-mail: weiq@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn Office Phone: 86-10-62789824 Office Hour: 15:00 ~ 17:00, Friday Discussion Board: http://learning.sem.tsinghua.edu.cn/ TA: to be decided E-mail: to be decided

Course Description (course objectives and content):

Now we are in an Information era, which roots on a basic fact that, Information Technology (IT) has deeply and widely reshape almost every areas, e.g., production, operation, business, society and personal life. One important characteristic of information era is storing, representing and processing of large-scaled structural data. How to represent and process large-scaled data is the key factor not only for information systems construction, but also for organizations to gain competitive advantages. This course will focus on constructing effective data models using standard data structures as well as efficient processing, which will cultivate the students with the abilities of efficient data modeling and data processing. The course contents include:

a) Introduction to Data Structures and Analysis;

b) Analysis on Computational Complexity;

c) List, Stack and Queue;

d) Binary Trees;

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e) Graphs and Network;

f) Search;

g) Sorting;

h) New tech.

By the end of the course, the students should:

1. Master the major data structures and efficient processing based on C programming;

2. Master the preliminary abilities to model and analyze some real-world applications.

3. Cultivate the ability for further information analysis, design and implementation. To accomplish this global goal, lecturing is far from enough; case programming and

analysis, assignment and Q&A are also important.

Textbooks & References:

1. Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in C, Mark Allen Weiss, 2 nd edition, Aug., 2995, Post & Telecom Press.

Grading (percentage of all the assessment methods involved):

No.

Assessment method

Percentage

 

1 Assignments

40%

2 Attendance

 

10%

3 Final Exam

 

50%

Teaching Schedule (weeks, content, assignments. It can be in the tabular form.) :

Week

Content

Literature reading

cases

1

Introduction

Chapter 1

 

2

National holiday

   

3

Pointer and Structure

Readings

Assignment 1

4

Algorithm Analysis

Chapter 2

Assignment 2

5

Lists, Stacks and Queues (1)

Chapter 3

 

6

Lists, Stacks and Queues (2)

Chapter 3

Assignment 3

7

Trees (1)

Chapter 4

 

8

Trees (2)

Chapter 4

Assignment 4

9

Sorting (1)

Chapter 6

 

10

Sorting (2)

Chapter 6

Assignment 5

11

Hashing

Chapter 7

Assignment 6

12

Graph Algorithms (1)

Chapter 9

 

13

Graph Algorithms (2)

Chapter 9

Assignment 7

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14

Google and PageRank

Course Readings

15

Social Network Analysis

Course Readings

16

Wrap-up

 

Other requirements and information:

N/A

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Course Syllabus

Course Number: 60610092 Course Name (CH): 基础汉语(1Course Name (EN): Elementary Chinese 1 Credits: 2 Prerequisites: beginners or HSK1-3

Teaching Language: CH

□CH+EN (EN ≥50%)

□EN

Courseware Language:

□CH
□CH

□EN

Teaching

Method:

lecture

discussion

 

□case

study

□literature

reading

□computer-aided assignment Assessment Method: □in-class quiz

analysis (report) □others Semester: □spring Course Category:

Target Students:

□students’ in-class presentation

oral presentation

final exam

□group discussion

□case

□final report/thesis

□autumn
□autumn

□core course

□practice project (report)

□summer □elective course

□Master

□PhD

Undergraduate

□MBA

□EMBA

□TIEMBA

Instructor:YueYan

Office:

E-mail: yuey03@gmail.com Office Phone: 86922905 Office Hour:

Discussion Board:

TA:

E-mail:

Course Description (course objectives and content):

Our course targets Chinese language beginners who have little basic knowledge of

Chinese language. In order to help students build a good foundation of Chinese language and help in communicating in China, our course is very practical. It contains following parts:

1)

Study Pinyin part and help student have a good pronunciation

2) Consists of several practical units, help students grasp useful words and sentences in common situations, for example: greeting, transportation, ordering tickets, schedule arrangement, go shopping, ordering food, asking the way and so on. 3) Be familiar with the basic rules of Chinese language grammar and can use them correctly 4) Know the basic knowledge of Chinese characters, including radicals, basic strokes, the order of writing characters and so on. 5) Focus on listening and speaking skills, help students be familiar with daily conversation

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6)

and they can express their thoughts and feelings in Chinese. Our course emphasizes on practice. Besides teaching, we require students practice alone or in group. We try to make students grasp and memorize the main points of each lesson in class. We hope students can find their fast progress in a short time.

Textbooks & References:

Course book: Slides made by the teacher Reference: <Experiencing Chinese studying in China>

Higher Education Press

Grading (percentage of all the assessment methods involved):

No.

Assessment method

Percentage

1

Attendance

15%

2

class performance

15%

3

Mid-term exam

30%

4

Final exam

40%

Teaching Schedule (weeks, content, assignments. It can be in the tabular form.) :

Week

Content

Literature reading

cases

1

Pinyin

1. study initials, finals and spelling rules

b. p. m. f ao. Ie. Ui. Iu

2. basic and useful words

 

Chinese characters

1. study some basic knowledge of Chinese characters

人、水、山、

车、

基本笔画:横、

2

2. study basic strokes, radicals and writing rules of writing a character

竖、撇、点、

捺、折

 

Greeting 1

1. how to greet on the first meet

你好,你好

吗?

3

2. greeting between old friends

好久不见

来了?

3. Chinese greetings

 

Greeting 2

1. Invite sb. to do sth.

我们现在一起

2. self introduction

去吃饭怎么

4

样?

你好,我叫 ,

我是 国人

5

Go Shopping

1. how to bargain

太贵了,便宜

2. ask for price, color, size

一点儿吧。

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教学办公室 Academic Affairs Office and so on 多少钱? 3. how to change goods 我可以换一件
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and so on
多少钱?
3. how to change goods
我可以换一件
大号的吗?
Exchanging money
1. how
to
exchange
换钱、汇率、
money
中国银行、存
6
2. how to save money in
a bank
Asking for help
1. ask sb. to take a photo
for you
拍照片、开门、
修、丢、淋浴、
7
2. ask attendant to help
you open your door,
repair equipments in
your room
钥匙
3. if you lost sth, how to
ask for help
Mid-term exam
8
Dining1
1. how to order food in a
restaurant
点菜、菜单、
好吃、订餐、
9
2. how to order food via
telephone
主食、凉菜、
汉堡
3. how to order food in
KFC or MacDonald’s
Dining2
1. how to solve all kinds
杯子脏、急事、
of
troubles
in
a
少一双筷子、
10
restaurant
定饭店
2. how
to
book
a
restaurant
Ask the way
1. how to ask the way
怎么去….
11
2. give directions for taxi
driver
直走、左拐、
右拐、发票
Booking
1. how to book a hotel
定宾馆、单人
2. how to book airfare or
train tickets
间、双人间、
12
飞机票、经济
Arrange the time
1. how to arrange the time
安排、约会、
2. how to arrange a date
取消
13
3. how to cancel an
appointment
Being sick
1. how to express your
illness symptoms
病、头疼、肚
子疼、开药、
14
2. how to ask for a leave
请假、看医生
3. how to see the dentist
or other doctors

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15 Review week 16 Final exam
15 Review week 16 Final exam

15 Review week

16 Final exam

15 Review week 16 Final exam
15 Review week 16 Final exam
15 Review week 16 Final exam
15 Review week 16 Final exam

Other requirements and information:

The teacher has authority to adjust study schedule with an intention of better study.

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Course Syllabus

Course Number: 40510992 Course Name (CH): 企业资源规划 Course Name (EN): Enterprise Resource Planning Credits: 2 Prerequisites:

Teaching Language: □CH Courseware Language: □CH

□CH+EN (EN ≥50%)

□EN
□EN

□case

□EN Method: □lecture □discussion □computer-aided assignment □in-class quiz
□EN
Method:
□lecture
□discussion
□computer-aided assignment
□in-class quiz

Teaching

study

□literature

□case
□case

□students’ in-class presentation

Assessment Method:

□oral presentation

□group discussion

analysis (report) □others Semester: □spring Course Category:

Target Students:

□final report/thesis

□autumn
□autumn

□summer

□core course

□final exam

□practice project (report)

elective course

□Master

□PhD

Undergraduate

□MBA

□EMBA

□TIEMBA

reading

Instructor: Zhu Tao(朱涛) Office: Room 431, Weilun Building, School of Economics & Management E-mail: zhut@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn Office Phone: 62788152 Office Hour:

Discussion Board:

TA:

E-mail:

Course Description (course objectives and content):

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems have been ubiquitous in western companies, now ERP also becomes more and more widely adopted by Chinese companies. ERP, when successfully implemented, links companies’ financial, manufacturing, inventory, sales, and human resources into an integrated single system with shared information across the business. Potential benefits can include breakthrough reductions in costs and affluent, accurate and timely information about operation, customer and financial status to improve management in business. Actually, ERP has become the computing platform for the whole company, with which other types of information systems (electronic commerce systems, e.g.) need to link. On the other hand, ERP systems are expensive, complex, and difficult to implement. The rapid growth of ERP markets in China and the hard work of ERP application in organizations create a huge demand for people who have adequate ERP-related capabilities. For the students caring about how to apply modern information systems (IS) to

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generate more business value, they need to learn about the hands-on experience of typical ERP software system and some managerial skills to deal with ERP applications. This course consists of three parts. The first part introduces the background to understand ERP, including basic concepts in business, business processes, and how information systems support business processes. The second part introduces the typical ERP software – SAP Business One. SAP is the world’s largest ERP software vendor. The students learn to operate SAP Business One to support core business processes in companies, including procurement, sales, inventory, accounting, and production process. The third part introduces some managerial issues of ERP application in business organizations, including planning, design, and implementation of ERP, assessing ERP benefits, and discussing some trends in ERP. From this course, students can learn:

1. An overall understanding of the core business processes in companies and how ERP systems can integrate such core business processes to deliver business value and create competitive advantages.

2. Hands-on experience of operating typical ERP software.

3. The managerial skills to deal with ERP applications from business perspective.

Textbooks & References:

No specified textbook is required. Relevant reading articles and cases are handed out at class.

Grading (percentage of all the assessment methods involved):

1. For contribution to class learning

15%

2. For 3 reports

3. For a one-hour close-book quiz

45%

40%

Teaching Schedule (weeks, content, assignments. It can be in the tabular form.) :

The total course consists of 3 parts. Part 1: Basic concepts to understand ERP

1. Introduction to ERP

2. Business process

3. Process diagramming and process analysis

Readings and case discussions are needed. One report assignment is arranged. Part 2: ERP software system SAP Business One

1. Introduction to SAP Business One

2. Procurement process

3. Sales process

4. Cross functionalities

5. Inventory process

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6. Accounting process I

7. Accounting process II

8. Production process

ERP experiments are needed. The one-hour close-book quiz is arranged. Part 3: Managerial issues of ERP application in business organizations

9. Planning, design, and implementation of enterprise resource planning systems

10. Assessing ERP benefits

11. Trends in ERP

Readings and case discussions are needed. Two report assignments are arranged.

Other requirements and information:

As to the part 1 and part 3 of this course, the class content is heavily loaded with readings and case discussions. The students are supposed to actively contribute to class learning during case discussions. The part 2 of this course mostly consists of ERP software experiments. The students are supposed to take the initiative in operating the ERP software to gain hands-on experience.

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Course Syllabus

Course Number: 40511003 Course Name (CH): 环境与资源经济学(英) Course Name (EN): Environmental and Resource Economics Credits: 3 Prerequisites: Microeconomics, Econometrics

Teaching Language: □CH Courseware Language: □CH

Teaching

□computer-aided assignment Assessment Method: □in-class quiz

□CH+EN (EN ≥50%)

□ EN

discussion

□ EN
□ EN

□case

Method:

lecture

study

□literature

□case

□ students’ in-class presentation

□oral presentation

□group discussion

analysis (report)

□final report/thesis

□ final exam

□others

Midterm

exam

 

□autumn

□summer

□core course

□ Undergraduate

□ elective course

□Master

□PhD

□practice project (report)

Semester: □spring Course Category:

Target Students:

□MBA

□EMBA

□TIEMBA

reading

Instructor:

CAO Jing

Office:

Shunde 128, SEM, Tsinghua University

E-mail: caojing@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn Office Phone: 010-62789700

Office Hour:

Discussion Board: learning.sem.tsinghua.edu.cn

TA: TBD

E-mail: TBD

TBD

Course Description (course objectives and content):

This course is an introduction of Environmental and Natural Resource Economics. The objective of this course is for students to learn how basic economic theory can be used to understand and analyze environmental pollution and resource degradation problems. The course covers both conceptual and methodological topics and recent applications. Examples of local, regional, national and international environmental and natural resource issues are presented and discussed. The first part of this course is an introduction to the basic principles of environmental and resource economics; cost and benefit analysis. In the second part the focus is on environmental economics and policy, including economics of pollution control, valuing the environment, regional and global air pollution, water pollution and so forth. The third part is focused on natural resource economics, both renewable and non-renewable resources. The last part is on sustainable development and macroeconomic aspect of environmental policy,

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and Green Accounting.

Textbooks & References:

Textbook Tietenberg, Tom. Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, Seventh Edition. Boston:

Pearson Education, Inc., 2006. Supplementary books Hartwick, John and Nancy Olewiler. The Economics of Natural Resource Use. Second edition. Addison Wesley Longman, 1998. Stavins, Robert N., ed. Economics of the Environment: Selected Readings, Fifth Edition. New York, New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 2005

Grading (percentage of all the assessment methods involved):

No.

Assessment method

Percentage

1

Homework

20%

2

In-Class Oral Presentation

20%

3

Midterm Exam

20%

4

Final Exam

40%

Teaching Schedule (weeks, content, assignments. It can be in the tabular form.) :

Week

 

Content

Literature reading

cases

 

Introduction; Basic Pessimist Model vs. Basic Optimist Model; Basic Tools and Economic Principles for Environmental and Resource Economics

Tietenberg Textbook, chap 1,2 Stavins - Column

 

1

1-3

 

Property Rights, Externalities,

Tietenberg Textbook, chap 2, 4

 

2

and Environmental Problems, Public Goods, Coase Theorem

3

Cost-Benefit Analysis

 

Handouts

 
 

Cost-Benefit

Analysis,

Cost

Handouts

 

4

Estimation

 

Benefit Estimation I

 

Textbook: pp. 33-48 (benefits), Whitehead (2000),

 

5

 

Carson(2000),

Freeman III (1999)

6

Benefit Estimation II

 

Guo,

Gaab,

 

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教学办公室 Academic Affairs Office Hammit working paper; Cropper (2008); Krupnick (2008) 7 Economic
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Hammit
working
paper;
Cropper
(2008);
Krupnick
(2008)
7
Economic Instruments for
Pollution Control (cont’),
Stationary-Source Local Air
Pollution
Tietenberg
Textbook, chap 15,
17, 21; Weitzman
(1994)
Regional Pollution: Acid Rain
8
Montreal
Protocol
and
Ozone
Tietenberg
Textbook, chap 17;
Depletion
Midterm Exam
9
Climate Change
Stern
Review,
Emission
10
Stern Review and Critiques
Garnaut
Review,
Trading Game
IPCC AR4
Optimal Extraction & Use of
Tietenberg
11
Non-renewable Resources I
Textbook,
chap
14,18
Optimal Extraction & Use of
Tietenberg
12
Non-renewable Resources II
Textbook,
chap
14,18
Handouts
13
Depletable, Non-recyclable
Energy Resources, Energy
Economics, Price Control and
Impacts, OPEC
Fishery Economics
Tietenberg
Textbook, chap 13
Fishing Game
14
Sustainability,
Economic
Handouts
15
Growth
and
the
Environment,
Green Accounting
16
Final Exam

Other requirements and information:

None

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Course Syllabus

Course Number: 30510962 Course Name (CH): 金融机构 Course Name (EN): Financial Institution Credits: 2 Prerequisites: Principle of Economics

Teaching Language: □CH Courseware Language: □CH

Teaching

□computer-aided assignment Assessment Method: □in-class quiz

□CH+EN (EN ≥50%)

□discussion

□EN
□EN

□case

□EN □lecture
□EN
□lecture

Method:

study

literature

reading

□case

□students’ in-class presentation

□oral presentation

□group discussion

analysis (report)

□final report/thesis

final exam

□practice project (report)

others

Home

Exercises

Semester: □spring Course Category:

Target Students:

autumn

□summer

elective course

□Master

□PhD

□core course

Undergraduate

□MBA

□EMBA

□TIEMBA

Instructor: HE Ping Office: Weilun 308 E-mail: heping@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn Office Phone: 010-62795754 Office Hour: Wednesdays Discussion Board: http://learning.sem.tsinghua.edu.cn/webapps/login/

Course Description

The ever-evolving financial institutions are the major vehicles through which the financial activities take place. We need to fully utilize the financial system for efficient resource allocation, and on the other hand, we need to avoid the negative impact of the fluctuations of the financial market. This course focuses on the organizational structure of the financial system, and discusses the theoretic foundation of major financial institutions and financial regulations in addition to related practical issues. The development of Chinese financial system will also be discussed.

Textbooks & References

Financial Markets and Institutions, Fourth Edition, by Anthony Saunders and Marcia Millon Cornett Financial Markets and Institutions, CAO Fengqi and JIA Chunxin

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Grading

No.

Assessment method

Percentage

1

Home works

40%

2

Final Exam

50%

3

Class participation

10%

Teaching Schedule

Week

Content

Literature reading

cases

1

Introduction

     

2

Depository Institutions (I)

   

3

Depository Institutions (II)

   

4

Depository Institutions (III)

   
 

Investment

Banks:

Primary

   

5

Market

and

Securities

Underwriting

 

6

Investment Banks: Secondary Market and Dealer Market

   
 

Bond

Market

and

Rating

   

7

Companies

 
 

Insurance Companies,

   

8

Investment Funds and Pension Funds (I)

 

Insurance Companies,

   

9

Investment Funds and Pension Funds (II)

10

Securitization Purpose Vehicles

and

Special

   
 

Central

Bank

and

Monetary

   

11

Policy

Other requirements and information:

None

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Course Syllabus

Course Number: 30510893 Course Name (CH): 财务报表分析 Course Name (EN): Financial Statement Analysis Credits: 3 Prerequisites:

Teaching Language: □CH Courseware Language: □CH

Teaching

□computer-aided assignment Assessment Method: □in-class quiz

analysis (report) □others Semester: □spring Course Category:

Target Students:

□CH+EN (EN ≥50%)

□discussion

□EN □case study
□EN
□case
study
□EN □lecture
□EN
□lecture

Method:

□literature

□case

□students’ in-class presentation

□oral presentation

□final exam

□group discussion

□final report/thesis

□autumn
□autumn

□summer

□core course

□practice project (report)

□elective course

□Master

□PhD

□Undergraduate

□MBA

□EMBA

□TIEMBA

reading

Instructor: LI Dan

Office: 201G Weilun Building E-mail: lidan@sem.tsinghua.edu Office Phone: 86-10-62796620

Office Hour:

Discussion Board:

TA:

E-mail:

Course Description (course objectives and content):

The objectives of this course are to gain a more thorough understanding of financial accounting techniques and to explore the accounting theory underlying such techniques. Assets, revenue recognition, and income items, investments in other companies and stockholders’ equity will be covered in this course. Students will also learn how to apply the skills of financial analysis to realistic situations, such as, valuations decisions or forecasting.

Textbooks & References:

Financial Statement Analysis by K.R.Subramanyam and John.J.Wild. 10 th edition, 2009, McGraw-Hill.

Cases in Financial Reporting by Ellen Engel, D.Eric Hirst, and Mary Lea McAnally. 6 th edition, Cambridge Business Publishers.

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Grading (percentage of all the assessment methods involved) (subject to revision):

Class Participation Individual Assignments Group Assignments Final Project Total

10%

30%

30%

30%

100%

Teaching Schedule (weeks, content, assignments. It can be in the tabular form.) :

Class Schedules (subject to revision)

WEEK1:

Session 1A Overview of Financial Statement Analysis (Reading: Chapter 1) In-class case study: General Mills, Inc. Understanding Financial Statements Session 1b Financial Reporting and Analysis (Reading: Chapter 2) In-class case study: Google Inc. Earnings Announcements and Information Environment Individual Homework (1): Problem 1-9, Problem 1-12, Problem 2-17 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ WEEK 2:

Session 2A Analyzing Operating Activities (Reading: Chapter 6) Session 2b Analyzing Operating Activities (Reading: Chapter 6) In-class case study: Bausch & Lomb, Inc. (A) Individual Homework (1) DUE! Individual Homework (2): Problem 6-8 (show the calculating process), Case 6-3 Toys “R” Us ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ WEEK3 (Holiday) ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

WEEK4

Session 4A Analyzing Financing Activities (Reading: Chapter 3) In-class case study: Continental Airlines, Inc. Leases Session 4B Analyzing Investing Activities (Reading: Chapter 4) In-class case study: Alcatel Accounts Receivable Individual Homework (2) DUE! Group Homework (3): Problem 3-2 Capital Lease for Financing Statements +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ WEEK 5 Session 5AAnalyzing Investing Activities (Reading: Chapter 5) In-class case study: Land Securities Group: Choosing cost or fair value on adoption of IFRS Abbott Laboratories Equity Method Investments Group Homework (3): Case-Borland Software Corporation (Goodwill and Other Intangible Assets) Session 5B Guest Speaker Lecture +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

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WEEK6

Session 6A Cash Flow Analysis (Reading: Chapter 7) In-class case study: Problem 7-11 Preparing and interpreting statements of cash flows Case 7-1 Case Flow and Free Cash Flow Analysis Case 7-2 Analysis of Cash Flows for a Dot.Com Group Homework (3) DUE! Session 6B Return on Invested Capital and Profitability (Reading: Chapter 8) In-class case study: Exercise 8-8 Predicting the Components of Return on Assets Case 8-2 Analyzing Return on Invested Capital +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ WEEK 7 Session 7AProspective Analysis (Reading: Chapter 9) In-class exercise: Problem 9-1 Preparing Pro Forma Financial Statements Problem 9-4 Using Prospective Analysis to Value Securities Group Homework (4): Problem 9-2; Session 7BCredit Analysis (Reading: Chapter 10) In-class case study: Problem 10-15 Analysis of Creditworthiness with Merger Activity Case 10-3 Making a Lending Decision Group Homework (4): Case 10-4 WEEK 8 Session 8AEquity Analysis and Valuation (Reading: Chapter 11)

In-class case study:

Case 11-3 Accounting-Based Equity Valuations Case Weis Markets, Inc. Measurement Concepts & Valuation

Group Homework (4) DUE!

Session 8B

Group Project Presentations

Other requirements and information:

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Course Syllabus

Course Number: 40511082 Course Name (CH): 金融风险管理 Course Name (EN): Financial Risk Management Credits: 2 Prerequisites:

Teaching Language: □CH Courseware Language: □CH

Teaching

□CH+EN (EN ≥50%)

□discussion

□EN □lecture
□EN
□lecture

Method:

□EN □case study
□EN
□case
study

□literature

□computer-aided assignment

□students’ in-class presentation

Assessment Method: □in-class quiz

analysis (report) □others Semester: □spring Course Category:

Target Students:

□oral presentation

□final exam

□group discussion

□case

□final report/thesis

□autumn
□autumn

□summer

□core course

□practice project (report)

□elective course

□Master

□PhD

□Undergraduate

□MBA

□EMBA

□TIEMBA

reading

Instructor: Jinliang Li Office: 330 Weilun Building E-mail: lijinliang@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn Office Phone: 6279-7922 Office Hour:

Discussion Board:

TA:

E-mail:

Course Description (course objectives and content):

Risk management is of strategic importance to corporations. In this course, students will learn various risk factors that corporations encounter, and discuss relevant risk management strategies. Students will also learn to use corporate-value-at-risk as a risk management tool. Risk factors including weather, market, interest rate, currency, credit, and operational risks will be covered. This course also covers a wide range of sophisticated and heavily quantitative topics in financial derivatives. It explores the concepts of options, financial futures, and other derivatives as developed to help corporations and financial institutions manage risk.

Textbooks & References:

Risk Management and Financial Institutions, John Hull, Prentice Hall Course Case Pack

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Grading (percentage of all the assessment methods involved):

No.

Assessment method

Percentage

1

Exam

30%

2

Case Studies

30%

3

Final Paper

25%

4

Homework & Participation

15%

Teaching Schedule (weeks, content, assignments. It can be in the tabular form.) :

Tentative

Week 1

Brief introduction to the course

Week 2

Video 1. Futures Trading: Open Outcry Why study risk management

Week 3

Chapter 1.1 3 6 11 16 18 20 Video 2. Derivatives Hedging Strategies

Week 4

Chapter 2. 1 4 9 10 18 19 20 27 28 29 Video 3. Case 1 Interest rate risk

Week 5

Chapter 4.1 2 3 5 6 7 10 11 18 19 21 Video 4. Case 2 Value-at-Risk

Week 6

Chapter 8.2 3 4 5 7 9 14 15 17 Video 5. Case 3. Weather derivatives

Week 7

Chapter 17.4 7 8 11 12 13 Video 6. Case 4. Exam

Week 8

Operational risk

Week 9

Chapter 14.1 2 3 4 7 8 12 13 Video 7. Case 5 Enterprise Risk Management Video 8. Case 6

Other requirements and information:

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Course Syllabus

Course Number: 40511103 Course Name (CH): 博弈论 Course Name (EN): Game Theory Credits: 3 Prerequisites:

Teaching Language: □CH Courseware Language: □CH

Teaching

□computer-aided assignment

Assessment Method: □in-class quiz

□CH+EN (EN ≥50%)

□ EN
□ EN
□EN □lecture
□EN
□lecture

Method:

□discussion □case study □literature reading □students’ in-class presentation □oral presentation □group discussion □case

analysis (report) □others Semester: □spring Course Category: □final report/thesis □final exam □practice
analysis (report)
□others
Semester: □spring
Course Category:
□final report/thesis
□final exam
□practice project (report)
□autumn
□summer
□core course
□elective course
Target Students:
□Undergraduate
□Master
□PhD
□MBA
□EMBA
□TIEMBA
Instructor: Hong Ma
Office:
Weilun 536

E-mail: mahong@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn Office Phone: 62794388 Office Hour: To be announced Discussion Board: learning.sem.tsinghua.edu.cn TA: To be announced E-mail:

Course Description (course objectives and content):

Game theory is the foundation of almost all modern economic theory. It is one of the most interesting courses in undergraduate economics. Emerged originally as a field of mathematics, it has been successfully applied to all fields of economics. Furthermore, game theory also plays an increasing role in other social sciences such as philosophy, law and politics, and in natural science such as evolutionary biology and computer science, etc. This course is an introduction to game theory, which puts emphasis in introducing basic game-theoretic analysis, including the conception, analytic techniques and applications for each type of games. We will discuss static games with perfect information, static games with imperfect information, and dynamic games with or without perfect information. Most class sessions will be delivered in English and will consist of both “hands-on” experiences in structured strategic situations as well as lectures about the theory underlying these situations. Student participation is strongly encouraged.

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Textbooks & References:

Required Text:

Martin Osborne. An Introduction to Game Theory. Oxford University Press, 2004 Supplemental Text:

Robert Gibbons, Game Theory for Applied Economists, Princeton Univ. Press Dixit and Seath, Games of Strategy, 2nd editon, Norton.

Grading (percentage of all the assessment methods involved):

No.

Assessment method

Percentage

1

Homework Assignments and class participation

15%

2

Midterm Examination

35%

3

Final Examination

50%

Teaching Schedule (weeks, content, assignments. It can be in the tabular form.) :

Week

 

Content

 

Literature reading

homework

1

Introduction, Static games

 

Osborne Chapter 1

 

2

Nash equilibrium, definition and application

Osborne Chapter 2-3

HW 1 due

3

Nash equilibrium, definition and application

Osborne Chapter 2-3

 

4

Mixed strategy NE

 

Osborne Chapter 4

HW 2 due

5

Extensive form games

 

Osborne Chapter 5

 

6

Extensive form games: subgame perfect NE

Osborne Chapter 5

HW 3 due

7

Extensions to the Extensive form games

Osborne Chapter 6-7

 

8