AACSB Accredited

History

In October 1999, the preparatory office of Taichung Healthcare and Management College officially began operations. March, 2001, the Ministry of Education (MOE) of the Republic of China approved the college’s legal status.

Asia University’s College of Management was officially formed when Asia University was renamed in 2005. Six departments in the College of Management were established in the years listed below:

  1. Department of Business Administration-2006(Master2001,Doctor2009)
  2. Department of International Business-2001(Master2002)~2016(merge with Department of Business Administration)
  3. Department of Leisure and Recreation Management-2001(Master2003)
  4. Department of Accounting and Information Systems-2001(Master2007)
  5. Department of Finance-2001(Master2007)
  6. Department of Financial and Economical Law-2002

Mission

The College of Management will be recognized as one of the preeminent private business schools in Taiwan. Our primary goal is to encourage faculty and students in areas of innovation, excellence in teaching, research, and service. Our students will be capable of responding to a changing environment in an ethical, professional and sustainable manner.

Learning Goals

  1. Professional Skill

  2. Communication Skills

  3. Analysis & Problem-solving Skills

  4. Global Perspective

  5. Ethics
Programmes taught in:
  • English
  • Chinese

This school also offers:

PhD

Asia University College of Management

The Ph.D. program in Business Administration was founded in 2009 and has since welcomed a large influx of international students. Our program mission is to educate and pr ... [+]

Ph.D. in Business Administration Introduction

The Ph.D. program in Business Administration was founded in 2009 and has since welcomed a large influx of international students. Our program mission is to educate and prepare doctoral candidates for business management, academic research, and careers in industry and government institutions.

Curriculum

Graduation requirement: 36 credits, including 18 credits of Required Courses and 18 credits of Elective Courses.

Learning goals

Professional skills

Students should be equipped with comprehensive knowledge and skills in their fields of expertise in order to be high-level management professionals in different managerial and organizational contexts and talented researchers in research institutions. Make original intellectual contributions to the body of knowledge in their chosen fields and apply it to the contemporary business problems faced in their professional careers... [-]

Taiwan Nantun District
September 2020
English
Full time
Campus
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