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Introduction

Significant Events

  • Aug. 1984
    Department of Business Administration was established. The department is the first in the Management School of National Central University.
  • Year 1989
    Department of Business Administration was developed into two divisions: A (Management - General) and B (Management - E-business).
  • Aug. 1991
    Set up  MBA Program.
  • Aug. 1997
    Ph.D. Program formed.
  • Aug. 1999
    Implementing On-the-job MBA Program.
  • May 2011
    MBA Certificate Program was established.
    Until now, Department of Business Administration is striving to offer a complete education for people facing different challenges.

Overview
Department of Business Administration has been 30 years since the department was formally established. The primary purpose of the department is to develop talented individuals needed by businesses and companies. Currently, it boasts an international teaching staff and a wide variety of courses to choose from. Faculties with professions received from first-class Schools of Business in various countries (USA, Japan, Britain, and Germany) provide different experiences and knowledge either in the single field (Production and Operations Management, Marketing Management, Financial Management, Information Mangament, Human Resource Management, and Business Strategy) or interdisciplinary researches. As a result, students have much flexibility for learning and development. Furthermore, in response to the trends of internationalization, digitalization of business administration and corporate sustainability, the department places particular emphasis on course instruction in English and in establishing a quality learning environment for studying Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). Teaching and instruction value both theory and practical application. As such, the department has hired many professors with rich experience in business. It also encourages students to participate in various certification exams as a way to lay a firm foundation for future development. At the same time, much effort is put into becoming a forerunner of academic research. Requirements of quality and relevancy in academic publications have become more stringent over the last few years. Also, interaction with the international academic community has been bolstered. To date, those important business journals that our faculties and students get to publish are as follows: Transportation Science、Annals of Operations Research、Decision Support Systems、Information & Management、Journal of Advertising Research、Marketing Letters、Industrial Marketing Management、IEEE Transactions of Software Engineering、Journal of Financial Intermediation、European Journal of Operational Research, etc.