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Institute of Business and Management

The Institute was established in 2004 as named the Institute of Economics and Management, and renamed the Institute of Business and Management in August, 2008.

Development Characteristics
The main objective of the Institute is to nurture highly skilled professionals required by domestic and international enterprise. At the same time we actively develop multidisciplinary research, integrate students with multi-dimensional training in economics, finance and management, and cultivate them with strong business management skills which will actually cater to the requirements of rapidly changing economic environments faced by the domestic and multinational companies.

The program putting great emphasis on both practical training and research provides training in business for students interested in creative thinking and understanding the working nature of business in a global environment. The aims and objectives of the program are to cultivate students with professional managerial knowledge as well as applicable techniques, such as numerous quantitative analytical skills to solve real-life problems.

Graduation Prospects
Educational Channel:
  Can pursue further studies in economics, management, finance and others related fields.
Job Opportunities:
Student who graduate from our institute can participate in related national public examinations, or enter into national and foreign banks, insurance companies, securities investment companies, trading companies, manufacturing companies or domestic sector of production, technology, marketing, finance, accounting, planning, human resource, investment and similar management work.

Future Outlook

In line with the national development and international economic integration trend, our teachings focus on academic and practical trainings, and for the overall economic development of the entire region, to develop international outlook, to train financial and managerial professionals required by domestic and international industries. The institute aims at nurturing students to be active, with creative thinking ability, to be concerned about and analyze the practical problems related with international society, economy, finance, industry, and politics. To attain this mission the future outlook and goal of the institute are as follows:
Global Outlook:
In line with the global enterprise trend, the institute aims to nurture management professionals in the fields of international business management, global marketing, global financial management, international trade, international finance, international investment and nurture research personnel for international business strategy management and strategic management.
To train industrial personnel, keeping in line with the nation’s economic development, international economic integration trend, regional resources collaboration and strengthening the industrial sector base.
Industry Cooperation:
Through direct dialogue with the business community, we aim to understand the actual requirements of enterprises for various professions. Through various channels like advisory service, discussion forum, collaborative research, internship and visits, we aim to maintain a close interactive relation with the business sectors.

Courses Offered
■ Compulsory Courses
► Research Methods
► International Business Management
► International Marketing Management
► International Financial Management
► Managerial Economics

■ Elective Courses
► Advertising and Promotion
► Marketing Research
► Consumer Decision Making
► Cross-National Research on Consumer Behavior
► Technology and Innovation Management
► Analysis of Technological Industry
► Investment
► Financial Markets and Institutions
► Business Analysis and Valuation Using Financial Statement
► Corporate Finance and Governance
► Supply Chain Management
► Human Resource Management
► Knowledge Management Research
► Global Electronic Commerce
► Performance Assessment
► Data Envelopment Analysis
► Independent Studies in International Investment
► Industrial Analysis and Business Diagnosis
► Global Financial Market
► Monetary Theory and Policy
► Stochastic Frontier Analysis
► Multivariate Analysis
► Panel Data Analysis
► Global Strategy Management
► International Trade and Global Industrial Analysis
Each student, before graduation, is required to complete 45 credits, including compulsory and elective courses. The graduation credits include 6 credits for the thesis and another 4 credits for seminars (1 credit for each semester with 4 semesters). Upon completion of a successful defense of the student's thesis, the student will be awarded the Master degree of administration (MBA).
Students must present their research work in conferences or publish in journals with anonymous referees before they submit their theses.
All students must complete at least 6-credit-hour undergraduate-level Accounting courses, or receive an accounting ability certificate issued by the Government to meet the accounting ability requirement before completing the master's program. A student who does not meet one of the above requirements must take at least 6-credit-hour undergraduate-level Accounting courses. However, these credits cannot be counted for graduation.