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College of Management 管理學院

 

 

National Chung Cheng University (CCU)  is the first public university founded after Taiwan’s economic boom in the 1980s after the Executive Yuan passed the plan to build the university in 1986 in honor of the late president Chiang Kai-Shek and to develop higher education in the Yun-lin, Chia-yi, and Tainan areas. It was officially founded on July 1, 1989. In the early stage of the university, five colleges were set up: College of Humanities, College of Sciences, College of Social Sciences, College of Engineering, and College of Management. College of Law and College of Education were founded in 1998 and 1999, respectively, during his tenure. Altogether, the University currently consists of seven colleges offering 29 undergraduate programs, 44 master programs, 29 Ph.D. programs, and 17 in-service graduate programs. The university has more than 960 faculty/staff members and approximately 12,000 students.

    

The College of Management (hereafter referred to as the COM) has two buildings, with the first main building situated in a modern six-storied H-shaped building complex, whose floor space is over nineteen thousand square meters, and the second building established in 2016. During the establishment period, the COM consisted of only three graduate institutes, namely the Graduate Institute of International Economics, the Graduate Institute of Finance, and the Graduate Institute of Business Administration. Two additional graduate institutes, the Graduate Institute of Accounting and the Graduate Institute of Information Management were established further in 1993 and 1994, respectively. 

 

The College of Management (COM) offers a range of academic programs across 5 departments: Economics, Finance, Business Administration, Accounting and Information Technology, and Information Management.

 

The undergraduate division provides 5 bachelor programs, each designed to provide students with a solid foundation in their chosen field. Additionally, the college offers 16 master's programs, including the International Master Program in Global Finance, aimed at providing students with a global perspective.

 

To meet the evolving needs of professionals, the college also provides a Digital Learning Master’s Program in Accounting and Law, facilitating flexible learning opportunities in the digital realm.

 

Complementing the academic offerings, the college supports advanced research through 5 Ph.D. programs and a variety of non-degree programs. It hosts 1 university-level research center and 8 college-level research centers, fostering an environment conducive to scholarly exploration and interdisciplinary collaboration.

 

The faculty, comprised of distinguished professors and experienced scholars, play a pivotal role in shaping the academic experience across all departments. Their expertise ensures that students receive a quality education and are well-prepared for the challenges of the business and management landscape.

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