Part-time Master Program for Working Professionals 

Core Theme Course on International Management and Trade

Economic Analysis
Freshman Required (3-0)
This course mainly introduces the important issues of current economy and trade. For example, issues such as international division of labor in production, globalization, changes in trade patterns in the Asia-Pacific region, foreign direct investment, WTO and regional trade organizations, economic integration, intra-industry trade, market structure and industry structural behavior and performance analysis.

International Business Management
Freshman Required (3-0)

  1. A relatively complete introduction to the academic principles of international business entry.
  2. Starting from the topic of international and regional markets, it provides students with the concept of international operation in many ways. Especially in terms of content and application, a large number of actual cases and economic development are used to illustrate.
  3. Strengthen international operations knowledge by integrating discussions with other business management disciplines.

International Marketing Management
Freshman Required (0-3)
This course aims to help students understand the concepts of international marketing and their application in business organizations. It consists of six parts: basic concepts of international marketing, international marketing environment, international market opportunities, international strategic planning, international marketing strategies, and international marketing organization structure and control .

International Financial Management
Freshman Required (0-3)
The course is mainly divided into two parts, the first part is exchange rate and market analysis, and the second part is overseas investment analysis, each with a group report as the content of case teaching. The first group report will focus on the exchange rate of a certain country, analyze the market every week, and finally summarize the short-, medium- and long-term trend of the currency exchange rate, and end in the middle of the term. The second report focuses on the capital budget of overseas investment, and reports weekly on matters related to investment in the country, such as market potential, tax incentives, industrial development opportunities, project analysis, and capital budget.

Statistics: Methods and Application
Freshman Required (0-3)

(1) Multivariate analysis
Establish the theoretical basis of basic multivariate analysis, use of appropriate analysis methods, and correct interpretation of analysis results; mainly focus on the use of tools for cross-sectional analysis.

  1. Questionnaire design and reliability issues.
  2. Factor analysis and reliability analysis.
  3. Regression analysis and path analysis.
  4. Logis returns.
  5. Analysis of variance and chi-square test.
  6. Literature discussion.

(2) Statistical analysis model

  1. Build students' basic understanding and application of statistical analysis-forecasting.
  2. Train students to actually operate computer application software - RATS and EVIEWS - to engage in empirical analysis.
  3. Guide students to find research materials suitable for empirical analysis.
  4. Linear regression model (chapter 2).
  5. Temporal trends: stereotyped phenomena, models, and forecasts (chapter 5).
  6. Circulation: stereotyped phenomena, models and predictions (chapters 7, 8, and 9).
  7. Predictive Models (chapter 10).
  8. Predictive Performance Evaluation (chapter 12).
  9. Vector autoregression model (Vector Autoregressions) design, estimation, verification and prediction (chapter 11).
  10. other.

International Trade and Finance
Sophomore Required (3-0)
Discuss how international trade and finance develop under the trend of economic globalization and after the establishment of the World Trade Organization, so that students can have a deep understanding of overall economic issues. Contents include classical and modern trade theory; balance of payments and exchange rate determination theory and finance; database and analysis software applications.

International Trade Law
Sophomore Required (0-3)
Analyze the legal issues related to international companies, learn ways to solve the problems and related legal knowledge, so as to help students understand and evaluate the legal risks of domestic business operations. This course mainly discusses the laws related to international enterprises, including international sales law, international competition law, international trade law, intellectual property law and government procurement law and other related legal issues.

International Business and Marketing Area

Global Management Topics Study - 2
Freshman Selected (0-3)
In this course, a number of foreign visiting scholars specially hired by the department will give special lectures on global operations. The topics covered: international operations, international trade, international finance, international law and other important topics.

International Human Resources Management
Sophomore Selected (3-0)
This course is an in-depth discussion of the application and research of human resource management in international business management. The main teaching goal is to let students understand the characteristics of human resource management in international companies, including: the concept of strategic human resource management in international companies, the impact of cross-cultural environments The impact of international human resource management, the impact of global integration and local response on international human resource management, the appointment and training of talents in international companies, the performance management and salary system of human resources in international companies, the adjustment and return of expatriate personnel, the issues of international companies Knowledge management, international alliance mergers and acquisitions and human resource management, labor relations in international companies, and the future development of international human resource management. The study method of this course, in addition to discussing the content of textbooks, also includes literature research and practical case discussions, so as to understand the connotation and practical application of international human resource management in a variety of ways.

Global Management Topics Study - 1
Sophomore Selected (3-0)
In this course, a number of foreign visiting scholars specially hired by the department will give special lectures on global operations. The topics covered: international operations, international trade, international finance, international law and other important topics.

International Marketing Topics Study 1
Sophomore Selected (3-0)

  1. Based on the framework of marketing and international marketing, this course conducts decision-making, thinking and analysis through individual cases to understand practice and application.
  2. The scope covers international environment analysis, application of entry strategy, international market segmentation, international product strategy, international pricing strategy, international channel strategy, international logistics and supply chain management, and international communication strategy.

International Business Topics Study
Sophomore Selected (0-3)
Assist in the writing of the master's thesis and the reading of relevant thesis materials. This course is a special study of international business studies, and discusses some important international business topics. Its content includes the following parts:

  1. corporate social responsibility.
  2. Social Enterprise.
  3. e-commerce.
  4. game theory.
  5. Big Data.
  6. occupational safety.

International Trade and Finance Area

Industrial Organization
Freshman Selected (3-0)
The design of this course is to provide students with a way of thinking about economics, grasp policy trends and market and industrial development dynamics, and then be able to apply what they have learned to judge the effectiveness of economic decision-making. The topics discussed in this course are the utility maximization behavior of individual economic decision makers, cost decisions of manufacturers, monopoly manufacturers, and factors affecting supply and demand in single market equilibrium, as well as competitive strategies and industrial economic policies.

Financial Institution Management
Freshman Selected (3-0)
Provide students with basic financial institutions, financial markets and financial regulations to try to cultivate international-level financial professionals. The course content includes the organization and function of the central bank, my country's financial supervision, overview of financial institutions, operation of financial markets, important financial regulations, introduction to Taiwan Financial Holdings, introduction to Development Financial Holdings and Fubon Financial Holdings, exchange rate theory and interest rate theory, domestic and foreign economics Financial situation, bank lending and investment, my country's industrial policy, bank risk management and corporate credit rating, bank internal control and internal audit, financial institution directors and supervisors' business operations.

Investment Topic Study
Freshman Selected (0-3)
The teaching objective of this course is mainly the application of financial measurement methods. It aims to enable students to combine financial theory and quantitative empirical methods to explore financial data types, model selection and empirical result interpretation. The content focuses on the relationship between reward and risk, which is the core of financial theory. Measurement for further application in analysis and verification of various practical investment topics.

Financial Derivatives
Sophomore Selected (3-0)
Focusing on the practical and risk aspects of derivative financial commodity transactions, it provides special financial viewpoints for in-service master classes, hoping to enable students to gain inspiration beyond textbooks. This course mainly introduces some current derivative financial products, including: forward contract (forward), futures (futures), exchange (swap) and option (option) and other financial product evaluation and hedging applications.

Risk Management Topics Study
Sophomore Selected (0-3)
This course will discuss in-depth issues of risk management in financial institutions, including market risk, credit risk, operational risk and enterprise risk management. In addition to textbooks, other relevant academic literature and measurement methods will be introduced in the course to help students gain an in-depth understanding of risk management related fields .

Optional Courses

International Merger Management
Freshman Selected (0-3)

  1. M&A related theory and M&A case practice.
  2. The key elements in the feasibility analysis of mergers and acquisitions, such as legal, accounting, transaction structure and other practices.
  3. M&A strategy analysis framework application and M&A management skills.
  4. Evaluate the performance of M&A management with analytical tools.

Knowledge-based Economy Topics Study
Sophomore Selected (3-0)
Facing the rapidly changing international economic and trade situation, global competition and the increasing internationalization era, the objectives of this course are to enable students to understand:

  1. The significance, development and historical evolution of knowledge economy.
  2. The development and institutional (economic and social) innovation of the world's leading powers.
  3. my country's industrial development, technology and innovation-oriented industrial policy.
  4. Analysis of domestic and foreign financial environment.
  5. Government policy: Encourage the upgrading of traditional industries and promote the innovation and development of key industries and service industries.

International Marketing Topics Study - 2
Sophomore Selected (0-3)
This course aims to let students understand the current international service marketing environment, service delivery process, service innovation and marketing strategies to improve service quality and customer satisfaction; in addition, the role of procurement and organizational procurement behavior, procurement negotiation concepts, The internal communication of procurement and the management of procurement personnel are also the content that this course intends to discuss.

Trade and Finance News and Reports Discussion
Sophomore Selected (1-0)
This course will introduce the topic of financial risk management. In addition to textbooks, academic papers will also be studied. This course will mainly discuss the measurement and management of market risk and credit risk in depth, hoping to provide students with comprehensive professional capabilities in risk management of financial institutions.

Offshore Market Onsite Study
Freshman Selected (0-2)
One of the characteristics of this course is that students from the bachelor's class, master's class, and master's on-the-job class of the department form a learning team, cooperate with the full-time teachers of the department, and go overseas together for about a week of university business visits. During this process, in addition to discussing with overseas students, we also visited local Taiwanese businessmen or well-known international companies, combining theory and practice.

International Business News and Reports Discussion
Sophomore Selected (1-0)
This course focuses on international marketing, marketing, consumer behavior literature, and research and analysis methods, so that students can understand relevant theories and concepts, and grasp the trends of research orientation and method application in recent years.


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