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Education & Research


The College of Management is characterized by an exceptional interdisciplinary curriculum for undergraduates. The College has forges close alliances with well-known businesses to offer school-to-work co-ops and internships. All undergraduate students are required to carry out capstone projects and complete internships in local or international companies.

The MBA program is proud of the quality of its “Case Teaching”, comprising more than 60 real-life cases from the Formosa Plastics Group and the Chang Gung Memorial Hospital. In addition to lectures, core courses are usually supplemented by case study/workshop to enhance learning effectiveness. Students particularly enjoy the case studies and workshops that provide close interaction with faculty members in small classes.

Graduate students are exposed to a variety of real-life business situations through the unique “sandwich” teaching method, using projects in cooperation with industry executives and government officials to assist students in gaining an understanding of the management skills and techniques required to achieve career competence.

Core Competencies

Possess humanity based value system and comply with professional ethics.
Have acquired sound knowledge and skills in chosen management disciplinary areas.
Have established ability to integrate theories and practices across disciplines.
Communicate effectively and embrace team work.

Have global exposure and multi-culture awareness.