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Credits Program

Credits Program of Emerging Industries

Cooperation unit set up

 Department of International Business Studies

 Department of Economics

 Department of Information Management

 Department of Banking and Finance

 Department of Tourism, Leisure Studies and Hospitality Management

 

Fundamental Purposes 

The industry is changing rapidly with the advance of technology, and interdisciplinary knowledge has become a key asset. In order to bring students closer to the industry and prepare them for the job market, the College of Management combines faculty from multiple departments within the College, and offers a cross-border curriculum that focuses on the application of interdisciplinary knowledge. The curriculum is designed to match the demands of the “six key emerging industries, ten major service industries, and four largest intelligent industries” in Taiwan. It encompasses many areas of studies including service science, tourism, information management and preventive medicine. In addition, in order to enhance students’ employability and to increase their willingness to participate in internship programs, the College invites industry professionals to interact with students, and encourages industry-university cooperation activities. We expect our graduates to be able to contribute to Taiwan’s emerging industries, leading the tourism, healthcare, and cultural and creative industries to become more competitive, diverse and innovative

 

Goals of the Program

 

 

We actively leverage resources from academia and industry to foster students’ interdisciplinary knowledge, professional ethics, workplace adaptability, and proper characteristics. We expect our graduates to not only smoothly integrate into the job market, but to continue to self-improve in order to become successful professionals in their chosen careers.

 

List of core competencies

 

1. Analytical reasoning ability

2. Integration resilience

3. Scientific decision-making capacity

4. Leadership skills

5. Legal Literacy

6. Business Ethics

Program Starting Date 

The 2nd  semester of the 2012 academic year

Curriculum planning

 


The requirement is 21 elective credits for the program: “basic subjects", "tourism, culture, and creativity”, "tourism and information" and "health and medical care”. Students must choose at least one course from the four categories above according to individual learning experience and interest. This is done to enhance multi-faceted abilities, broad interdisciplinary knowledge, and the ability to implement the program of cultural and creative tourism, health care and information management. This forms a strong connection among these key concepts enabling students to have a broad perspective, suitable for the current business talent needs.

 
 
Target Students

( Qualification requirements )

 

The College is targeting students willing to learn the latest knowledge, 
and cutting-edge methods, are willing to accept new things, challenges,
 willing to make impacts in the future of employment, have a clear goal,
 and can learn through an elaborate thinking process in order to practice, 
accomplish their dreams, and create a better future for the world.

 

Certification and approval procedures

 

 

 After completing 21 credits, the university will issue a certificate to students.

 Pay Method 

 

Bachelor students willing to enroll in various courses of this program need not pay additional fees.

 

Revenue and Expenditure Plan

 

 


Course

Category

Unit

Course title

Credits /Semester

Assigned

Teachers

Basic subjects
 
Ph.D. Program of Emerging Industries
 
Global Emerging Industries Trend Analysis
3/ elective
Fall  

Prof. Lin Lin

Department of International Business Studies

Industry and Competitive Analysis

3/elective

Spring

Prof.

Yuan-Ching Kuo

Hospitality Department
Hospitality Management

3/elective

Spring

Prof.

Shih-Yen Lin



 

 

 

 

Tourism and cultural creativity

Department of Tourism
Cultural and Creative Industries Business

3/elective

Spring

Prof.

Shu-Lin Wu

Department of Tourism
Culture and Tourism

3/elective

Fall

Prof.  Ming-Liang Yeh

 
 
Department of Tourism
 
Tourism and Leisure Industry Analysis

3/elective

Spring

Prof.

His-Peng Tseng                      

Department of Tourism

Introduction to Leisure and Recreation

3/elective

Fall

Prof.

His-Peng Tseng                      

Tourism and Information
Department of Tourism
Multimedia Internet Marketing

3/elective

Spring

Pro.

Ping-Ho Ting

Department of Tourism
Tourism e-commerce

3/elective

Fall [v1] [l2] 

Pro.

Ping-Ho Ting

Department of Information Management
Management Accounting System

3/elective

Fall

Prof.

Jian-Hung Chen                             



 

 

Health and Medical Care


Department of Economics


Health Economics

3/elective

Fall

Prof.

Jiang-Ming Chen


Ph.D. Program of emerging industries


Health Industry Analysis

3/elective

Spring

Non assigned


Ph.D. Program of emerging industries


Special Health Policy

3/elective

Spring

Non

assigned

 
21 credits must be taken with at least one course in each category.