Curriculum

NTU’s Global MBA program emphasizes a rigorous core curriculum designed to provide students from all academic backgrounds a solid foundation in general business education. From this foundation, students may customize their studies through a wide range of available elective courses. In this way, students leave the Global MBA ready to navigate the 21st century business landscape while focusing their education on their individual interests, expertise, and aspirations.
The Curriculum






Timeline

We recommend a two year plan of study for completion of the Global MBA. However, the timeline is flexible based on individual’s needs. See below for typical course loads and corresponding program length.





Courses Offered
 

Core Courses

Statistics and Data Analysis
Financial Reporting
Organizational Behavior
Strategic Management
Financial Management
Management Accounting
Marketing Management
Service & Operations Management

Elective Courses

Social Responsibility and Sustainability

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Other

Business Ethics & Practice
Corporate Social Responibility
 
Entrepreneurship & Innovation
Entrepreneurship in Practise
•Global Leadership and Management Forum
•Managing Strategic Alliances from a Global Perspective
Global Leadership & Management Forum
Cross-Cultural Management
System Thinking & Learning Organization
Managing Strategic Alliances from a Global Perspective
Management Information System
Managerial Economics

Chinese-Taught Classes

 

Students may elect to take a maximum of six credits of Chinese-taught classes to satisfy the Global MBA degree requirements. These classes must be at the Master’s or Graduate level (i.e., the courses with the “M” or “U” codes) and offered by the NTU College of Management. Courses offered by the EMBA Program and EiMBA program are excluded from this option.

 

Chinese Language Courses

 

For international students, Chinese language courses for all skill levels are offered, free of charge, for up to one year through NTU’s Office of International Affairs. Although these courses are taken for credit and will appear on students’ transcripts, they do not count towards the Global MBA graduation requirement.