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Introduction

  • Minimum credits required for graduation: 128 credits.
  • Specialized courses required by the department: 60 credits.

Specialized Courses Required by the Department ( 3 credits each)

Economics (1) (2)

Accounting

Calculus (1) (2)

Introduction to industrial management

Introduction to computer science

Introduction to information management

Statistics (1) (2)

Management

Operations research

Computer programming and application

Systems analysis and design

Quality management

Organizational behavior

Marketing management

Production and operations management

Database management

Database structure

 


 

  • Specialized elective courses: at least 36 credits.

Category

Specialized courses

Seminar

Specializes elective courses

Production and Operations Management (S1)

60

6

S1 ≥ 9

S2 + S3 ≥ 9
(S2≥3, S3≥3)

Information Technology (S2)

60

6

S2>= 9

S1 + S3 ≥ 9
(S1≥3, S3≥3)

Management Science (S3)

60

6

S3 ≥ 9

S1 + S2 ≥ 9
(S1≥3, S2≥3)

  1. The elective courses required by Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering are also admitted as the elective courses.

  2. The specialized courses required by one of the following departments, Department of Chemical Engineering, Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, Department of Electrical Engineering, and Department of Mechanical Engineering, are also admitted as the elective courses. The specialized courses can be admitted only from one of these four departments. At most 9 credits can be admitted.

  3. The list of the specialized elective courses for the department

Specialized Elective Courses Required by the Department
(36 credits )

Special Topic on Industrial And Information Management (1) (2) *

Production and Operations Management (S1)

Information Technology (S2)

Management Science (S3)

Stochastic processes*

Information security

Human resource management*

Cost Accounting*

Management information systems

Psychology

Human factors engineering

Intelligence Management System

Outline of civil law

Linear algebra

Introduction to electronic commerce

Strategic management

Manufacturing processes

Technology management

Decision-making methods

Probability

Windows software design

Financial management

Logistics

Business communication network

Reengineering Management

Logistics management

JAVA web computing

Practice of Management

Facilities planning

Discrete mathematics

Investment management

Experimental design

Data warehousing system

Service Management

Introduction to simulation

 

Service Design and Applications

Business automation

 

 

Statistical analysis

 

 

Supply chain management system

 

 

Engineering economics

 

 

*Courses with an asterisk are the must-elective courses under each track.

  • General courses required by the University: 32 credits.
    • Core courses required: 16 credits.
    • Basic Chinese: at least 4 credits
    • International Language: at least 4 credits.
    • History and Citizenship: at least 4 credits.
    • Philosophy and Art: at least 4 credits.
  • Interdisciplinary courses required: 10-14 credits.
    • Interdisciplinary courses.
    • Specialized courses and specialized elective courses.
  • Comprehensive courses required: 2-6 credits.

Core Courses
( 16 credits )

Interdisciplinary Courses
( 10~14 credits )

Comprehensive Courses
( 2~6 credits )

1.Basic Chinese
  (4 credits )

1.Humanities

1.The Forum for Leadership

2.International Language
( English : 4 credits )

2.Social Sciences

2.The Practice of General Education

3.History and Citizenship
( 4 credits )

3.Natural and Engineering Sciences

 

4.Philosophy and Art
( 4 credits )

4.Life Sciences and Health

 

 

5.Interdisciplinary Integration

 

For more information, please go to the website of the Department.

  • English Proficiency Test for graduation

Physical Education is required for 4 semesters. The course is compulsory but there is no credit for it.

  • Physical Education

Students are not required to take Military Education. However, if a student wants to be a compulsory officer in service obligation, according to Ministry of National Defense (MND), he should take at least 4 courses on Military Education with the score no less than 70.

  • Military Education
  • Minimum credits required for graduation: 30 credits
    (including core courses: 12 credits; elective courses: 12 credits)

  • Prerequisite requirement: at least 5 courses                          

Management Quantitative Methods Information Technology
  1. Human Resource Management
  2. Production and Operation Management
  3. Marketing Management
  4. Quality Management
  5. Financial Management
  6. Management
  7. Resource and Development Management
  1. Statistics
  2. Operation Research
  3. Probability
  4. Linear Algebra
  1. Introduction of Computer Science
  2. Computer Programming and Application
(at least 2 courses) (at least 2 courses) (at least 1 course)


  • Core courses: at least 4 courses

Management Technology Decision Analysis 
  1. Experimental Design
  2. Project Management
  3. Supply Chain Management
  4. Reliability  Management
  5. Optimization Models and Applications (full English course)
  6. Advanced Production and Operations Management (full English course)
  7. Organizational Development
  1. Stochastic Processes
  2. System Simulation
  3. Mathematic Programming
  4. Decision-Making under Uncertainty
  5. Strategic Game Theory (full English course)
  6. Managerial Decision Analysis
  7. Applied Physical Ergonomics
     (full English course)
  8. Quality Engineering (full English course)
(at least 2 courses) (at least 2 course)
 

For Seminars 1 and 2: 1 credit each; for Seminars 3 and 4: 2 credits each.

  • Seminar is required for 4 semesters.
  • Students should take one of the full English courses. Otherwise, they shall pass one of the following English proficiency tests.
    • First stage of high-intermediate level of GEPT
    • CBT-TOEFL 193/ Paper-based TOEFL 523
    • IELTS 5.0.
    • TOEIC 700

For each semester of the master program, students can attain at most two courses (6 credits) from the other departments, and for the entire master program, at most 9 credits obtained from the other departments can be admitted. No credit will be admitted for the seminars offered in other departments.

  • The credits acquired from other departments
  • Thesis

 
  • Minimum credits required for graduation: 31 credits (including core courses: 12 credits; elective courses: 15 credits)
  • Prerequisite requirement: at least 5 courses 

    Management Quantitative Methods Information Technology
    1. Human Resource Management
    2. Production and Operation Management
    3. Marketing Management
    4. Quality Management
    5. Financial Management
    6. Management
    7. Resource and Development Management
    1. Statistics
    2. Operation Research
    3. Probability
    4. Linear Algebra
    1. Introduction of Computer Science
    2. Computer Programming and Application
    (at least 2 courses) (at least 2 courses) (at least 1 course)

    *Only admitted under one of the following circumstances
    • The courses that students have taken belong to the undergraduate or master program.
    • Students have passed the doctoral entrance examination of the related courses of prerequisites required and the score is higher than the average score of the students taking the same examination.
    • Students have the teaching experience of the related courses of prerequisites required.


 
Research Methods Management 
  1. Mathematic Programming  (full English course)
  2. Multiobjective Decision Analysis
  3. System Simulation
  4. Logistic Systems
  5. Scheduling Theory
  6. Business Research Methods
  7. Decision-Making under Uncertainty
  8. Advanced Production and Operations Research  (full English course)
  9. Empirical Model-Building Methods   (full English course)
  1. Leadership
  2. Strategic Management
  3. Global Quality Management
  4. Project Management
  5. Supply Chain Management
  6. Strategic Game Theory  (full English course)
  7. Optimization Models and Applications  (full English course)
  8. Consumer Behavior
(at least 2 courses) (at least 2 course)
 
  • Core courses: At least 4 courses from the specialized courses required.


Seminar (4 credits)

year

Courses

Credits

1st Semester

2nd Semester

1st year

Seminar 1

1

 

1st year

Seminar 2

 

1

2nd year

Seminar 3

1

 

2nd year

Seminar 4

 

1

    • Seminars 1, 2, 3, and 4 are required; each with 1 credit.
    • English proficiency requirement

      For the doctoral program, passing one of the English proficiency tests should be fulfilled.

      • First stage of high-intermediate level of GEPT
      • CBT-TOEFL 173/ Paper-based TOEFL 500
      • TOEIC 590
    • Qualified test for the doctoral program:
      • Publishing one paper on an international journal
      • Attaining two international/domestic academic conferences and giving an oral/paper presentation at each conference.
    • Graduation for the doctoral program:

      The proposal should be held one semester before the oral presentation test.
      Students should invite the Doctoral Thesis Committee and all of the professors in the department to attend the presentation.

      • Passing the qualified test.
      • Proposal
    • Dissertation
    • Journal paper publication requirement: (one of the following options)
      1. Publishing at least two papers on SCI- or SSCI-ranked journals that have the name of our department on them. For students enrolling in the seventh year, they need to publish one SCI- or SSCI-ranked journal paper and one paper on international journals or on TSSCI-ranked journals.
      2. Publishing one paper on high-quality journals.
    • The co-authors of the papers published on SCI- or SSCI-ranked journals should be the professors/students of our department. Also, at least one paper should be related to the doctoral thesis.
    • Prerequisite requirements and the qualified test for the doctoral program should be fulfilled in four years after admission. Students who fail to fulfill these requirements and test will be dismissed from the University.
    • For each semester of the doctoral program, at most 3 credits from taking courses offered in the other departments can be admitted. For the entire doctoral program, at most 9 credits from taking courses offered in other departments can be admitted. No credit will be admitted from taking seminars offered in the other departments.
  • Minimum credits required for graduation: 30 credits 
    (including core courses: 12 credits; elective courses: 12 credits)

  • Prerequisite requirement: at least 6 courses                          

Management Quantitative Methods Information Technology
  1. Human Resource Management
  2. Production and Operation Management
  3. Marketing Management
  4. Quality Management
  5. Financial Management
  6. Management
  7. Resource and Development Management
  1. Statistics
  2. Operation Research
  3. Probability
  4. Linear Algebra
  1. Information Management system
  2. Database Management
  3. Business Communication Network
  4. System Analysis and Design
(at least 1 courses) (at least 1 courses) (All 4 courses are required) 


  • Core courses: at least 4 courses

 
Management Technology Decision Analysis 
  1. Advanced Database Management
  2. Knowledge Engineering
  3. Data Mining
  4. Machine Learning
  5. Applications of Artificial Neural Networks
  6. Network Management (full English course)
  7. Network Security (full English course)
  8. Mobile Networking and Applications (full English course)
  1. Introduction to E-Business Strategy
  2. Knowledge Management
  3. Electronic Commerce (full English course)
  4. Information Ethics (full English course)
  5. Multivariate Analysis (full English course)
  6. Structural Equation Models (full English course)
  7. Business Intelligence and Decision Support Systems
(at least 2 courses) (at least 2 course)
 

For Seminars 1 and 2: 1 credit each; for Seminars 3 and 4: 2 credits each.

  • Seminar is required for 4 semesters.
  • Students should take one of the full English courses. Otherwise, they shall pass one of the following English proficiency tests.
    • First stage of high-intermediate level of GEPT
    • CBT-TOEFL 193/ Paper-based TOEFL 523
    • IELTS 5.0.
    • TOEIC 700

For each semester of the master program, students can attain at most two courses (6 credits) from the other departments, and for the entire master program, at most credits obtained from the other departments can be admitted. No credit will be admitted for the seminars offered in other departments.

  • The credits acquired from other departments
  • Thesis
  • Minimum credits required for graduation: 31 credits (including core courses: 6 credits; elective courses: 21 credits)
  • Prerequisite requirement: at least 6 courses 

    Management Quantitative Methods Information Technology
    1. Human Resource Management
    2. Production and Operation Management
    3. Marketing Management
    4. Quality Management
    5. Financial Management
    6. Management
    7. Resource and Development Management
    1. Statistics
    2. Operation Research
    3. Probability
    4. Linear Algebra
    1.  Information Management System
    2. Database Management
    3. Business Communication Network
    4. System Analysis and Design
    (at least 1 courses) (at least 1 courses) (All 4 courses are required)  

    *Only admitted under one of the following circumstances
    • The courses that students have taken belong to the undergraduate or master program.
    • Students have passed the doctoral entrance examination of the related courses of prerequisites required and the score is higher than the average score of the students taking the same examination.
    • Students have the teaching experience of the related courses of prerequisites required.

  • Core courses: At least 2 courses from the specialized courses required.
    • Business Research Methods
    • Introduction to E-Business Strategy
    • Knowledge Engineering
    • Data Mining
    • Advanced Database Management
    • System Dynamics
    • Information Ethics (full English course)
    • Network Security (full English course)
    • Structural Equation Models (full English course)


Seminar (4 credits)

year

Courses

Credits

1st Semester

2nd Semester

1st year

Seminar 1

1

 

1st year

Seminar 2

 

1

2nd year

Seminar 3

1

 

2nd year

Seminar 4

 

1

    • Seminars 1, 2, 3, and 4 are required; each with 1 credit.
    • English proficiency requirement

      For the doctoral program, passing one of the English proficiency tests should be fulfilled.

      • First stage of high-intermediate level of GEPT
      • CBT-TOEFL 173/ Paper-based TOEFL 500
      • TOEIC 590
    • Qualified test for the doctoral program:
      • Publishing one paper on an international journal
      • Attaining two international/domestic academic conferences and giving an oral/paper presentation at each conference.
    • Graduation for the doctoral program:

      The proposal should be held one semester before the oral presentation test.
      Students should invite the Doctoral Thesis Committee and all of the professors in the department to attend the presentation.

      • Passing the qualified test.
      • Proposal
    • Dissertation
    • Journal paper publication requirement: (one of the following options)
      1. Publishing at least two papers on SCI- or SSCI-ranked journals that have the name of our department on them. For students enrolling in the seventh year, they need to publish one SCI- or SSCI-ranked journal paper and one paper on international journals or on TSSCI-ranked journals.
      2. Publishing one paper on high-quality journals.
    • The co-authors of the papers published on SCI- or SSCI-ranked journals should be the professors/students of our department. Also, at least one paper should be related to the doctoral thesis.
    • Prerequisite requirements and the qualified test for the doctoral program should be fulfilled in four years after admission. Students who fail to fulfill these requirements and test will be dismissed from the University.
    • For each semester of the doctoral program, at most 3 credits from taking courses offered in the other departments can be admitted. For the entire doctoral program, at most 9 credits from taking courses offered in other departments can be admitted. No credit will be admitted from taking seminars offered in the other departments.