Volume 10, Issue 2

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Volume 10, Issue 2

Reform and Innovation of College Undergraduate Accounting Courses in the Intelligent Era
Abstract:
Traditional accounting professional courses focus on the cultivation of students’ accounting ability, while the intelligent age needs to cultivate students’ ability of analysis, prediction, and decision-making, and improve their professional judgment ability. In view of this, the accounting professional curriculum has to be reformed from the aspects of adjusting teaching objectives, optimizing teaching content, reshaping professional judgment ability, and innovating horizontal statements model to meet the needs of the intelligent age, and solve the contradiction between traditional accounting education in colleges and universities and the practical application of the intelligent age.


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Dr.John Keets

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