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Program of Executive Management of Business Administration (EMBA)


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The Program of Executive Management of Business Administration (EMBA) was established in 2003 with a master program for people working in industries.



Goals and Characteristics

Our goal in offering an Executive Master of Business Administration is related to the competitive trends in globalization and is part of an overarching national development plan.  As such, we seek to groom students from diverse backgrounds and supply them with the technical skills and knowledge of management they’ll need to survive, as well as the global outlook and ingenuity they’ll need in order to succeed.

Our EMBA is not just a string of letters on a diploma; here you will be challenged to develop within your own field of interest and benefit from your interactions with classmates and professors.



Faculty and Specialty

The EMBA program draws on the resources of the entire College of Management, and therefore has at its disposal the diverse talents of over 80 professors. With areas of expertise ranging from Business Management, Agribusiness Management, Information Management, Financial Accounting and Technology Management, our faculty can certainly help you pursue your specific area of interest.





Education / Specialty


Shu-Chu Liu


Dean, College of Management


• Ph.D., Industrial Engineering, University   of Houston, Texas, U.S.A.

• Supply chain management, Electronic     commerce, Decision analysis, and     Application of artificial intelligence


ext 7911

Yuh-Jiuan Tsay


Associate Dean of College of Management

• Ph.D., Applied Mathematics Department  of discrete groups, National Chiao Tung  University, Taiwan

• Data mining, Image recognition,  Information management, and Big data  analysis


ext 7913

Ching-Lung Shen

Associate Professor

Executive Officer of EMBA

• Ph.D., Business Administration, National Taipei University, Taiwan

• Knowledge Management, Strategy  Management, Marketing Management


ext  7682




The department provides a well-established research and teaching environment with computers and related facilities for the purposes of student academic research. Including CM302 Graduate Students Study Room, CM306 Classroom, CM308 Classroom, CM309 Computer Room, CM300 Conference Room, CM217 Audio & Visual Room, CM209 Case Study Room, CM101 Conference Room, and etc.


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