Enhancing the Effectiveness of the 4-Year Accounting Practice Programme: Students and Instructors Engagement Strategies

  • Hua Duan
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 208)


The paper includes three parts. At first, the contents and importance of accounting practice courses are introduced. The second part is the literature review. In the final and the most important part, three investigations are made and analyzed to enhance the effectiveness of the accounting practice programme. According to the analysis, the conclusions are obtained that accounting practice courses have great significance for developing the learning and working abilities of the students. In order to achieve the goal, it is essential that a reasonable proportion of different practice methods, teachers with adequate practical experiences, and financial support of the college.


effectiveness accounting practice programme accounting practice methods 


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  • Hua Duan
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  1. 1.Biochemical Engineering College of Beijing Union UniversityBeijingChina

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