The purposes of this curriculum are to make up for the lack of students’ management and business background, and for students who already possess the capabilities of management and business will be strengthened through the curriculum about the integration of technological management and cross-field knowledge.

The fundamental courses include Economics, Accounting, Statistics, and Introduction to Information Technology, which are the essential knowledge for students. Required courses are Management, Operation Management, Marketing Management, Human Resource Management, and Financial Management. Advanced electives curriculum include technology-related courses, such as The Introduction of Technology Management, Information Management, Intellectual Capital Management, Economics of Science and Technology, High Technology Introduction, Management of Technology and Innovation, Database Management System…etc. Advanced electives of management courses include Enterprise Resource Planning, Business Valuation and Performance Evaluation, Business Diagnosis, The Theories and Application of the Merchandisers’ Decisions, Electronic Commerce…etc. There are also international and global types of courses such as Seminars on Global Economics and Business (I) and (II). Furthermore, courses such as Innovation and Competition Strategic Analysis, Customer Service and Management, Project Management, Economic Analysis of Property Law, Economic Analysis of Contract and Tort Law, Patents for E-commerce, System Simulation, and Decision Support Systems are offered to broaden the students’ knowledge horizon.

 

◎ Credits needed for graduation22 credits (including fundamental business courses,
      10 credits for mandatory courses, and 12 credits for electives
)

 1. Fundamental Business Courses: Students are required to complete these courses,
     but no credit will be granted toward graduation.

Courses

credits

ECONOMICS

0

ACCOUNTING

0

STATISTICS

0

INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

0


2. Mandatory Courses
10 credits

Courses

credits

MANAGEMENT

2

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

2

MARKETING MANAGEMENT

2

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

2

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

2


3. Elective Courses: at least 12 credits

Courses

credits

ECONOMICS OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

2

BUSINESS VALUATION AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION

2

THE INTRODUCTION OF TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT

2

INNOVATION AND COMPETITION STRATEGIC ANALYSIS

2

CUSTOMER SERVICE AND MANAGEMENT

3

INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL MANAGEMENT

2

HIGH TECHNOLOGY INTRODUCTION

3

BUSINESS DIAGNOSIS

3

MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION

3

THE THEORIES AND APPLICATION OF THE MERCHANDISERS' DECISIONS

4

ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF PROPERTY LAW

2

ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF CONTRACT AND TORT LAW

2

SEMINAR ON GLOBAL ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS (I)

3

SEMINAR ON GLOBAL ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS (II)

3

DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM  

3

PATENTS FOR E_COMMERCE

3

SYSTEM SIMULATION

3

DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS

3

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

 

ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING

 

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

 

ELECTRONIC COMMERCE

 

Note

1. Courses marked "○” indicate that you must choose 2 out of the 3 courses.

2. Courses marked "” indicate that students should take courses in other departments of business school.

3. Courses marked "” indicate that the credit calculation shall be based on the course credits in each department.

4. Total of 22 credits is required for graduation, including a) "Fundamental Business Courses”: Students are required to complete these courses, but no credit will be granted toward graduation. b) 10 credits of "Mandatory Courses”: the course credits are in accordance with the credits shown in the chart above. c) 12 credits of "Elective Courses”: credit calculation shall be based on the course credits in each department.

5. Up to 10 credits can be transferred from the mandatory or elective courses of students’ major department. All other credits must be earned from other departments.

6. Approval of fundamental business courses taken outside of SCU is required.

 

 

 

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