Fu Jen Catholic University (FJCU)
Fu Jen Catholic University (FJCU) is a comprehensive university founded by the Holy See. Currently, the University comprises of 48 departments in 11 colleges, namely Liberal Arts, Arts, Education, Communication, Foreign Languages, Science and Engineering, Human Ecology, Law, Social Sciences, Management, Medicine, offering 47 master's programs, 22 in-service master's programs, 11 Ph.D. programs, and 16 departments in the School of Continuing Education. The land capacity of the university is about 35 hectares, and current student enrollment is 26,000. The university has about 120 sister schools worldwide. The university strives to provide students with a diversified, holistic, interdisciplinary, and international learning environment.
Based on the whole-person educational philosophy of Fu Jen Catholic University, the College of Management intends to educate our students to become the intelligent and ethical managers that modern society and businesses need.
To make these intelligent and ethical managers, the College emphasizes learning-by-doing, and dedicates itself to conducting academic research, teaching with diversified pedagogical methods, and serving humanity.
The College will abide by its four core goals: to pass on human-centric values, to pass on the ideals of resource integration, to pass on innovative knowledge, and to pass on an international view to the students. Through the concerted efforts of its faculty, staff, and students, the College aims to establish a sound learning environment and become a role model of higher education in management.
College of Management, FJCU
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