This study proposes design concepts associated with the implementation of a financial investment education framework. Modern education stresses both theory and field experience. However, students are unlikely to obtain sufficient field experience in present education environment because of the huge amount of capital needed for financial operations. Thus, a major drawback in current financial education is the removal of investment risks associated with money flow during practice. This study incorporates conventional financial teaching and information technology to demonstrate the concepts involved in implementing a comprehensive financial investment teaching environment and introduces Financial Investment & Decision Laboratories (FIDL) as its central idea. This study also comprehensively addresses system design concepts regarding various key information technologies. Finally, this study confirms the urgent demand to integrate financial teaching and information technology by introducing FIDL system concepts applied to various universities in Taiwan.