|Brief History |
| In 1957, Ming Chuan College was founded to fulfill a huge demand for a competent office workforce. The college offered applied programs in Secretary Science, Commercial Design, Banking, Insurance, Accounting and Electronic Data Management. |
In 1990, with approval from the Ministry of Education, Ming Chuan College was promoted to Ming Chuan College, a co-educational senior college. It began to offer bachelors’ and masters’ degree programs in Management, Accounting, Economics, Finance, and Communication Management.
In 1997, Ming Chuan College was promoted to university status as Ming Chuan University. The name “School of Management” came into being in 1997, consisting of departments of Business Administration, International Business, Finance, Accounting, Risk Management and Insurance, Applied Statistics and Information Science, and Economics.
In Spring 2016, the Economics Department and the Applied Statistics and Information Department were transferred to the School of Social Science for better mission alignment.
| Upholding the Ming Chuan University mission of “attending to all students with parental care, support and guidance,” School of Management at MCU aims to serve the Greater China community and beyond by providing a stimulating learning environment that develops management professionals engaged in both academics and their profession, who possess ethical attitude, team spirit, and global perspective through excellent teaching and practice-oriented research. |
1.Develop an innovative curriculum to train graduates with academic and professional knowledge, skills, and ethical attitude.
2.Combine local and western management knowledge with focus on practice-oriented research to enhance the development of our graduates and the competitiveness of industry.
3.Nurture graduates as competitive management professionals to be favored applicants among local and international enterprises
|Learning Goal |
|Ethics: Upon graduation, students will be able to recognize ethical issues and understand the impact of any particular issue on various stakeholders. |
Communication: Upon graduation, students will be able to communicate effectively in writing and oral presentations.
Global Perspectives: Upon graduation, students will be able to be aware of global issues affecting business.
Critical Thinking: Upon graduation, students will be able to be critical thinkers.
Taipei: 250 Zhong Shan N. Rd., Sec. 5, Taipei 111, Taiwan Telephone: +886 2 2882-4564
Jihe: 3F-8F, No.130, Jihe Rd., Shihlin District, Taipei City 111, Taiwan Telephone: +886 2 2882-4564
Taoyuan: 5 De Ming Rd., Gui Shan District, Taoyuan County 333, Taiwan Telephone: +886 3 350-7001
Kinmen:105 De Ming Rd., Jinsha Township, Kinmen County 890, Taiwan Telephone: +886 355-233
Michigan Location: Gilbertson Hall, Saginaw Valley State University, 7400 Bay Road, Saginaw, MI 48710 U.S.A.
Telephone: 1-989-964-2497 (U.S.)