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Class time

  Core courses are arranged in the first two years, whole day on Saturdays and Sundays (every other week).
Elective courses may be from Monday through Sunday evenings or afternoons.  Available to be selected fitting your interests in every graduate institutes at school. 

Class location

  EMBA program core course locations are in Kuang-Fu of Hsinchu and Taipei campuses.
Electives are specified by the respective graduate institutes.  Up to half of the credits can be obtained in the Taipei campus. 

Credits needed for graduation

  Mandatory core courses 30 credits, plus electives from graduate institutes (including 3 credits of master’s thesis) 12 credits, for a total of 42 credits.

Core courses availability
Available time Course Name Location
Fall semester of 1st year 1.Accounting for executives Hsinchu
2.Business Model in Excellence Hsinchu
Spring semester of 1st year 3.Financial strategy and management Hsinchu
4.Organization and Human Resource Management Taipei
The summer of 1st year 5.Marketing strategy and management Hsinchu
6.Global Economic Prospects Taipei
Fall semester of 2nd year
(Select one from 8-1. or 8-2.)
7.Strategic management Hsinchu
8-1.Global logistics management Hsinchu
8-2.High-tech industry investment and entrepreneurship analysis Taipei
Spring semester of 2nd year
(Select one from 10-1. or 10-2.)
9.Information and management seminar Hsinchu
10-1.Biomedical Design Innovation Hsinchu
10-2.Corporate governance Taipei

Electives available the past few years
  Student can select electives offered by graduate institutes at NCTU. Electives offered by EMBA are shown below,
Course Instructors
Berkeley Summer EMBA Intensive Case Studies Attend classes at UC Berkeley
Seminar on Management of Chinese Enterprises Attend classes at Beijing
Healthcare Industry and Corporate Management in Taiwan and Japan Attend classes at Kyoto
Practical methods of establishing  profit model for a business James Liu, Chia-Chi Chang
The Leadership of Adversity and Communication Chia-Chi Chang, Hui-Min Chung, William Jen
Physical fitness management and potential business opportunities Chung-Chiang Chen, Chia-Chi Chang
Financial Technology and Artificial Intelligence Szu-Hao Huang, Tian-Shyr Dai
Special Topics on Business Law Chih-Chieh Lin, Yu-Fan Chiu
Habitual Domains and Innovative Decision Making Hung-Shun Huang
Bio-Medical Industry Forum Hui-Min Chung
The Environment and Practice of Investment Laws in China Wen-Chieh Wang
Management Studies in Healthcare Industry Hui-Min Chung, Hung-Lin Fu
Service Innovation Muh-Cherng Wu, Ming-Jong Yao, Chung-Fong Huang
Entrepreneurship and Business Model Case Study Hui-Min Chung
Organization Management and Case Studies William Jen
New Venture Development Management Chi-Jen Chou, Edwin Tang, etc., for a total of 6 professors
Health management Hai-Tong Pang
Senior management’s outlook on life Chyan Yang
International business operation and strategy Stan Shih
International business management seminar Po-Young Chu
Operation management seminar Morris Chang