Graduate Institute of Management was approved by the Ministry of Education and founded in 1985. The goals are to respond to the needs of national development and to cultivate professionals in business management. The Institute was led by professor Jen-Fang Lee, Ph.D.(1985-1991) as the first chair; followed by professor Bing Eng Wu, Ph.D., (1991-1995); associate professor Min-Sun Wuang, Ph.D. (1995-1999); professor Rong-Hwa Huang, Ph.D., (1999-2005); and professor Michael T. S. Lee, Ph.D., (2005-2009), and associate professor Yie-Fang Kao, Ph.D.,(2009-present). Under the great guidance of all dedicated deans, the Institute has grown and excelled, as time goes by. In 2001, it started to recruit students for the EMBA Program.

In 2010 on August 1, Department of Business Administration and Management Institute of integration, the name Integration for Business Administration, Bachelor of total classes, MBA and EMBA three academic master job, the total number of students in nearly 900 people, for the most in the number of Fu Jen Catholic University Department.



Since the Institute was founded in 1985, it has set goals to cultivate business management professionals for various organizations, such as for-profit businesses, non-for-profit organizations, and government agencies nationwide. It assists enterprises to boost operation performance and meet the needs for national industries, promotes reorganization and upgrade in industrial structures. Also, it studies unique traits of different non-for-profit organizations and cultivates adequate professionals in accordance with their development trends. The Institute attaches great importance to management knowledge instruction. It also guides students to build up organizational ethics and pursue social justice in the process of research and participation of activities.

Learning Goals

•  Be able to recognize and analyze ethical dilemmas in everyday business practices and apply them in business decisions. This leaning goal is met by course embedded examinations and projects.

•  Be able to integrate knowledge and skills from different disciplines for the benefits of the organization he or she is working for. This leaning goal is met by projects and thesis writing.

•  Be able to expand their international perspective. This leaning goal is met by embedded examinations.

•  Be able to carry out independent research and solve problems faced by enterprises. This leaning goal is met by thesis writing.

•  Be able to develop sound communication and inter-personal skills. This leaning goal is met by projects and case studies.