History of MBA
The Graduate Institute of Management was approved by the Ministry of Education and founded in 1985. Recruit graduated students from college. The goals are to respond to the needs of national development and to cultivate professionals in business management. The undergraduate, MBA, and EMBA were integrated into Department of Business Administration named MBA Program in Management in 2009. Over 20 years, many outstanding graduates at work had great achievement, as CEO and key manager of enterprises.

Development Goals
The MBA was founded in 1985. According to the norms and goals of School of Management, the development goal of MBA program has set to cultivate business professional and excellent managers with management wisdom and ethical spirit. In teaching, combined academic theory and practical operate to learn systematic problem analysis and integrated capabilities to solve management problems. In learning, guided students to build up organizational ethics and pursue social justice in the process of research and participation of activities.

Features of MBA Program
1. AACSB certification, the MBA students have more opportunities with world-class university contacts.
2. Emphasizes the integration of theoretical knowledge and practical operation of teaching, through “Learning by Doing” to Integrate knowledge, build management capacity and establish the correct concept of learning and working.
3. Provide diverse learning opportunities, include: business visit and access, organize academic conferences and industry forums, domestic and overseas industry practice, domestic and overseas service learning, and foreign exchange students.
4. Industry practice helps students learn to implement management intelligence in the enterprise operation in order to enrich student learning, cultivate teamwork, and use creative thinking. Overseas business visit and access allows students to have more diverse learning environment in order to implement international learning. Overseas service learning link theoretical management knowledge of classroom and requirement of disadvantaged groups around the world in order to enhance the learning effectiveness of the theoretical management knowledge from the classroom to the holistic education.

Learning Goals
1. Each student should be able to recognize and analyze ethical dilemmas in everyday business practices. This leaning goal is met by course embedded examinations and projects.
2. Each student should be able to expand their international perspective. This leaning goal is met by embedded examinations.
3. Each student should be able to conduct independent research and solve real world problems encountered by enterprises. This leaning goal is met by thesis writing.
4. Each student should be able to develop sound communication and inter-personal skills. This leaning goal is met by projects and case studies.
5. Each student should be able to integrate knowledge and skills from different disciplines. This leaning goal is met by projects and thesis writing.