Executive Master Program of Business Administration/ Executive Master Program of Business Administration Cross-Strait Program

In order to meet the challenges of today’s complexity and changing corporate environment, the new economic era, and to adapt to the social trends of lifelong learning, the College of Management has integrated international business, economic, information management and finance to introduce a new course program, namely Executive Master Program of Business Administration (EMBA). Based on students’ requirements, this course program has opened two classes, (1) domestic class and (2) overseas class (cross-strait). The goal of this cross-strait program is to integrate cross-strait industrial and academic advantages, bringing together a diverse top-notch professor, creating an enterprise communication platform, and provide students with the best quality learning environment under diversified teaching and learning exchanges.
Please visit this website for more details:https://www.emba.ncnu.edu.tw/

 【The unique features of the EMBA】
The College of Management has merged in-service classes of international business, information management and finance to create a new program called Executive Master Program of Business Administration (EMBA) in 2007. Through systematic course training, cross-industry exchanges and the establishment of team friendships, this program allows managers with rich working experience to challenge themselves and better able to cope with today’s complex and changing corporate environment. Most of the students of this program are from senior management level in the public and private sectors and they have good relationship with the government and enterprises. Through the interaction of alumni and students in the industry, the potential of industry-academic collaboration and the integration of theory and practice, will greatly enhance the future competitiveness of students.

【Characteristics of the program】
The gradual progress of the program:This course program follows the principle of making gradual progress in theory and practice, starting from basic management courses towards professional courses and supplemented by interdisciplinary courses.
Case study analysis with small group: Students are separated into small group to do case study. This is to educate students the importance of working as a team as well as the ability to think independently.
Promote domestic/ overseas exchange activities: Support and participate various industry-academic cooperation plans operated by the central government and local authorities. During study, managers and professionals from various industries will be invited to give speech in classes and students have the opportunities to engage in communication exchanges and learn from the experience of guest speakers. This program will also arrange students to visit foreign companies, and foreign lecturer will be invited to give lecture in class. By using domestic and foreign companies as case study for research and analysis to enable students to establish a macro view during the course of study.