MBA Program
MBA Program

Started from 2019 Fall

A minimum of 45 credits of coursework (not including a master's thesis of 6 credits) is required for this MBA program.

 

 

Curriculum (credits)

Notes

Prior

Requirements

9 credits

Statistics (3) or related courses

Economics (3) or related courses

Accounting (3) or related courses

Students who did not take courses specified in the left column in undergraduate schools or haven't been tested in the entrance exam are required to take them in NTU's undergraduate or graduate school, and the credits will not be included in the minimum required credits of graduation.

Required Courses

21 credits

Academic Ethics (0)

Financial Management (3)

Strategic Management (3)

Marketing Management (3)

Organizational Behavior (3)

Operations Management (3)

Management Accounting (3)

Quantitative and Methodological Elective Courses (3)

(One out of four*)

Quantitative and Methodological Elective Courses (3)

(One out of four*)

*Experimental Methods

*Multivariate Analysis

*Marketing Research

*Management Science Models

Other Elective Courses

24 credits

Other courses in NTU's graduate schools (excluding credit programs)

 

 

 

 

1. Students who want to graduate in fall semester have to hand in TOEFL or TOEIC grades before 11/20, and those who want to graduate in spring semester have to hand in before 4/20. Students who do not hand in English test grades on time cannot apply for oral examination for academic degrees.

 

2. Since 2001, all students who enroll are required to pass either TOEIC (750) or TOEFL (paper test 550 / CBT 213 / IBT 79) to graduate from this MBA Program. Those who do not submit English test scores on time cannot apply for oral examination for academic degrees.

 

3. MBA Major

(1) Students can choose the major courses you want to attend.

(2) Every major course includes at least 9 credits (1 major* 3 courses* 3 credits). And students can apply for more than one certification.

(3) Students who had finished the major course have to apply for graduate in the first two month of the graduate semester. And the certification(s) must be received in the same semester.

(4) The major courses are only listed under the Department of Business Administration, except for the individual recognition courses listed under the other departments.

(5) One course can only be included in one major, and especially the course which is included in required courses, can not be included in major repeatedly.

(6) There are different rules in every major course, and they are explained in the following form.

 

4. Major courses list:

A. Human Resources & Organization Management Major

B. Strategy Management Major

C. Marketing Management Major

D. Technology and Innovation Management Major

E. Operations Management & Business Analytics Major

 

 

Human Resources & Organization Management Major

Total Reward Management

Psychology Work

Cross-cultural Management

Organization and Humanity

Organizational Change and Innovation

Nonprofit Organization Management

Leading Teams and Organizations

Aligning Performance with Execution

Human Resources Management

Seminar in Chinese Organizational Behavior

Strategy Management Major

 

Analysis of Industry & Competition

Analysis of Global Business

Global Innovation Management

Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship

Seminar in Strategy Theory (I) or Seminar in Strategy Theory (II) or Seminar in Industrial Organization

Marketing Management Major

(Two categories, each category must pass a course)

 

Method course

(Pass at least one class)

 

Marketing Research (If you take it as Required Courses, you cannot take the major course.)

Marketing Analytics

Seminar in Consumer Culture Theory

Pricing & Competitive Strategies

Management course

(Pass at least one class)

 

Digital Marketing

Promotion Strategies

Marketing Channel Management

Seminars on Financial Market and Marketing

Seminar in Consumer Behavior

New Product Development and Marketing

Consumer Psychology and Product Judgment

Marketing Theory and Innovation

Technology and Innovation Management Major

 

Project Management

Technology Management

Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship

Technology Innovations and Marketing

Knowledge Management and Service Innovation

Network Industry and Platform Strategy

Business Model Innovation and Competition Strategy

Global Innovation Management

Science and Technology Law

Hi-tech Industry and Strategy Analysis

Information Management

Operations Management & Business Analytics Major

 

Logistics Management

Technology and Operations Strategy

E-business & Supply Chain Management

Optimization Methods

Marketing Analytics

Statistical Learning: Theory and Applications

Financial Technology and Innovation

Statistical Data Analysis for Business and Management

Green Supply Chain Management

Business Model Innovation through the Internet of Things