Training Mode of Compound Talents in Business Administration Major under the Background of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Keywords:Compound Talent, Business Administration Major, innovation
In the context of dual innovation, the traditional business management personnel training model has been unable to adapt to the market demand in the new economic environment. It is increasingly important for universities to integrate the resources outside the school and gradually explore and form a new model for cultivating innovative and entrepreneurial talents. This paper explores this issue from the aspects of curriculum system construction, teaching staff construction and teaching mode reform, in order to provide reference for the cultivation of business management talents.
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