Innovation, Professionalism, Collaboration with Industry.
To integrate academic and experiential learning to develop students’ capacity as ethical and competent management professionals with global perspectives, while pursuing quality in research and excellence in teaching, learning, and service.
Dr. Shiuh-Nan Hwang is a Professor in the Department of Business Administration, where he has served as faculty member over 19 years. He teaches management practice and business analysis & diagnosis in graduate professional programs in business administration, and research methods and management theory courses at doctoral level.
Dean Hwang academically focuses on areas of data envelopment analysis (DEA), performance evaluation & management and business research methods. He has applied DEA to measure managerial performance and efficiency across various ranges of industry.
The School of Management (SOM) strives to be a renowned management school focusing on innovation, professionalism, and collaboration with industry.
The mission of the SOM is to integrate academic and experiential learning to develop students’ capacity as ethical and competent management professionals with global perspectives, while pursuing quality in research and excellence in teaching, learning, and service.
The mission is supported by the following strategic priorities:
- Develop and enhance student critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and communication skills
- Promote and develop an understanding of effective management of ethical issues and social responsibility
- Raise student awareness of global issues
- Continuously improve faculty intellectual capital through the production of applied research
- Collaborate with local business and community
- Determined faculty who do not give up on students
- Excellent teaching, research, and professional service by faculty
- Innovation in curriculum
- Entrepreneurial spirit among students
- Partnerships with local business and community
Founded in 1957 by Dr. Teh-Ming Pao and Dr. Ying-Chao Lee, the first women's business school in Taiwan
Upgraded by the Ministry of Education to senior college status in 1990
Establish master's programs in Management, International Business, Finance, Accounting, Risk Management and Insurance, Statistics, and Economics
Deparptment of Financial Management changed its name into Department of Finance in 1996.
Upgrated to Ming Chuan University in 1990
Establish Ph.D program in Business Administration
Department of Insurance changed the name to Department of Risk Management and Insurance
Establish Executive MBA Program
Establish International MBA program
Establish Part-Time MBA Program in Accounting