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Title: Fall 2005 New students orientation in Taiwan


1
Fall 2005 New students orientation in Taiwan
  • 200pm   The Orientation start
  • 200220pm  Introduction (Introduce Professor
    Muscat) (Fini Wu)
  • Professor Muscats
    speech
  • 220230pm Introduce yourself in both Mandarin
    and English, this
  • includes all
    students and alumni who attend the orientation
  • 230330pm Presentation in different majors 
  • MBA (Max Yang)
  • TESL (Michelle
    Huang)
  • MSFA (Fini Wu)
  • Undergraduate
    (Emily)
  • Life in USF/SF
    (Claire Hou)
  •                       
  • 330400pm Group discussion (new comers break
    into small group
  • accompany with one
    mentor and have a QA session)

2
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Max
    Yang

3
MBA Program ??
  • Objective
  • To prepare MBA students for high-level management
    careers in an increasingly global business
    environment.
  • Ranking
  • USF MBA program is ranked among the best 143
    business schools in the world. (The Princeton
    Review, 2005)
  • USF MBA Program ranked among the top 100 Business
    Schools in the world. (Wall Street Journal Guide
    to top Business Schools, 2004)

4
Curriculum ??
Electives (4)
Core Courses (11)
Foundation Courses (5)
16???2?
  • Requires 15 courses totaling 50 semester units
  • ???? lecture, case studies, guest speakers,
    computer simulations
  • ???? ?? B (GPA 3.0)??

5
Foundation ????
  • ??????
  • Foundations of Business
  • Business Communication
  • Applied Mathematics for Business
  • Applied Statistics for Business
  • Accounting Fundamentals

Electives
Core
Foundation
6
Core ????
  • Communication Strategy
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Financial Accounting
  • Decision Modeling and Data Analysis
  • Macro-Economic Analysis for Managers
  • Leadership and Organizational Dynamics
  • Managerial Environment Ethical, Public Policy
    and Global Issues
  • Systems in Organizations
  • Managerial Finance
  • Marketing Management
  • Strategy and Competitive Advantage

Electives
Core
Foundation
7
Electives ????
  • ??????????(emphasis)
  • Finance
  • International Business
  • Marketing
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Telecommunication
  • General Management

Electives
Core
Foundation
8
Activities ??
  • GBA
  • Thirsty Thursday, BBQ
  • Evaluation
  • Clubs
  • Finance/Investment
  • Marketing
  • .
  • Workshops

9
Resources ??
  • ??
  • Orientation, ???, ???, Computer Lab, Library, MBA
    Advisors, Writing Center.
  • ??
  • ISS, Koret Center, ????, ???
  • ??
  • Career Services Center
  • ??
  • ???? ????????? (http//bbs.ntu.edu.tw)

10
  • Master of Arts in TESL
  • Michelle Huang

11
Teaching English as a second language
  • The Master of Arts in Teaching English as a
    Second Language (TESL) is comprised of 30 units
    from the courses below.
  • Foundation (9 units)
  • Methods (9 units)
  • Culture (3 units)
  • Electives (6 units) (Within School of
    Education)
  • M.A. Field Project (3 units)
  • This program will take you either from one to two
    years depends on how many units you enrolled per
    semester.
  • You will need 32 units to graduate if you are
    under the language development strand. (this
    depends on your TOEFL score)

12
TESL-Foundations
  • Foundations 9 Units
  • Applied Linguistics Discussion of the concepts,
    principles, theories and research in selected
    major areas of linguistic studies. Focus is on
    language structure and language use (including
    the structure of English) and first- and
    second-language development.
  • Structure of American English An increased
    awareness of the phonology, morphology, and
    syntax of contemporary American English through
    observation of the structure of language.
    Traditional and structural and generative
    transformational grammar, phonology, usage, and
    dialect are major topics.

13
TESL-Foundations
  • Select one of the following three courses
  • Theory and Methods in Bilingual Cross-Cultural
    Education
  • Anthropology and Sociolinguistics
  • Language and Culture

14
TESL-Methods
  • Methods 9 Units
  • Methodology of Educational Research
  • or/ Educational Technology course
    (Pick one)
  • Teaching English as a Second Language Examination
    of theory and methods of instruction for English
    language development and theory and methods of
    specifically designed academic instruction
    delivered in English. Language and content area
    assessment are also covered.
  • Preparation and Evaluation of ESL Instructional
    Materials Discussion of the various commercial
    materials available to the ESL teacher books,
    tapes, machines, kits, etc. Focus on evaluation
    of these and teacher-prepared materials.

15
TESL-Culture
  • Culture 3 Units
  • Select one of the following courses
  • Multicultural Curriculum and Instruction
  • Intergroup Similarities and Differences
  • Pan-African Language and Culture
  • Cross-Cultural Literacy
  • Introduction to the Study of Immigration,
    Migration, Refugees and Exiles
  • Asian Americans History, Culture and
    Contemporary Issues
  • The Educator as Author Writing for Children and
    Adolescents
  • Teaching Through Literature for Children and
    Adolescents
  • Language and Culture
  • Ethnicity and Cultural Identity
  • Education for Inclusion
  • Latin American Thought and Society
  • African American Educational History in the
    United States

16
TESL
  • Go to www.soe.usfca.edu for detail information
    about each class.
  • Good luck !

17
  • Master of Science in Financial Analysis

  • Fini Wu

18
Specialist Training
  • The USF MSFA program provides sophisticated
    specialist training in recent advances in
    quantitative financial analysis and economics.
  • Our program is structured around the areas of
    knowledge and the tools considered necessary for
    the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
    examinations.
  • MSFA is a 2-year program
  • First year courses emphasize topics on the Level
    I exam.
  • Second year courses emphasize topics on the Level
    II exam.
  • Students will graduate from the USF MSFA program
    with the ability to understand and apply all the
    current theories and tools needed by finance and
    investment professionals today.

19
How are the MSFA and an MBA different?
  • The MSFA curriculum is structured solely around
    the areas of knowledge and skills deemed
    necessary for Investment Professional as
    determined the Chartered Financial Analyst
    designation by the CFA Institute.
  • An MBA in Finance involves many courses that are
    outside of the finance area, often a majority of
    courses!
  • MSFA students receive training in areas deemed
    essential by practicing financial analysts and
    investment managers.
  • Students who complete the MSFA degree with a 3.5
    GPA or better are eligible to earn an MBA in
    Finance from the USF School of Business with one
    extra year of coursework.

20
The MSFA Curriculum
Year 1 Semester 1 Microeconomics (3 units) Macroeconomics (2 units)
Year 1 Semester 1 Financial Markets (3 units) Corporate Finance (2 units)
Year 1 Semester 2 Equity Valuation (2 units) Fin. Statement Analysis (2 units) Finance Ethics I (1 unit)
Year 1 Semester 2 Fixed Income Valuation (2 units) Derivatives I (2 units) Finance Ethics I (1 unit)
Year 2 Semester 1 Computer Models for Fin. Analysis (2 units) Econometrics (2 units)
Year 2 Semester 1 Derivatives II (2 units) International Finance (2 units)
Year 2 Semester 2 Capital Market Theory (2 units) Portfolio Management (2 units) Finance Ethics II (1 unit)
Year 2 Semester 2 Financial Econometrics (2 units) Alternative Investments (2 units) Finance Ethics II (1 unit)
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  • Undergraduate
  • Emily

24
Undergraduate Curriculum
  • 128 Units
  • Major, Cores, and electives
  • How many units and what should I take?
  • Why cant I take over 18 units?
  • Need help? Advisor, Learning and Writing Center,
    ISS, and TSA!

25
Things to remember
  • Check-in at ISS
  • Bank account-Bank of America
  • Immunization
  • Buses and shuttles
  • Restaurants
  • Housing-on or off campus
  • Whats fun?

26
??? USF
????
Claire Hou
27
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  • ???-????????????,VR??? ??? ?? ??? ????? ???????
  • Clement st. ????38 ??????
  • Irving st. ?????????,????????????

28
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  • ???-?????????????? ????????????
    ???Fini??Lynn????????
  • ????????????????,??????????????
  • downtown-????????????,?????????
  • outlet-???????mall. ?????????????

29
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    ?????,????????????????????
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30
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  • ?? ??? ?????? ??Geary??????????
  • ?? ??????????????,?????
  • ???????????

31
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  • ??? craiglist.org
  • Studio ???????? ??????1000-1200
  • Two bed room ??????????,??????

32
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  • ??
  • ?DMV????,??????????????
  • ??????????
  • ???
  • ??????????,???38,38L
  • ?????????????downtown,????????????

33
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    FC???
  • ???? ????????? VR????(???OR???)

34
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