Programs Overview

Program Overview

Department of Management Science
Address:Room 201, Management Building 1, Kuangfu Campus

Tel: (03)5719477 / Fax : (03)5713769

The Department of Management Science represents the commencement of the COM of NYCU. It was initiated in 1970 as a graduate program, the Institute of Management Science. The Department of Management Science was officially founded in 1971 with the addition of the bachelor’s program. The Department specializes in various management- and business-related disciplines, including marketing management, information management, operations management, strategic management, international business, financial management, human resource management, etc. We aim to equip students at all levels with high-quality management knowledge and capabilities in both theory and practice, so they can develop new business and management thinking in their professional careers. Engaging faculty, students, and external stakeholders in learning activities and a variety of research and industry projects, we work together to make intellectual contributions and a positive societal impact.

Department of Transportation and Logistics Management
Address:Room A803, Kuangfu Campus, Assembly Building 1

Tel:(03)5712121#57202 / (03)5716440

Fax : (03)572844

 The Department of Transportation and Logistics Management is committed to delivering relevant college education and outstanding research in the field. The Department seeks to equip its students with core competencies and necessary knowledge and skills to become leaders and/or educators in the field of transportation and logistics management. The Department’s distinguished faculty members provide an impeccable learning environment, solid curricula and effective lecture/teaching skills for its students to gain, integrate, and create knowledge. The Department is designed to serve a diverse student body of all kinds of backgrounds. It will continue offering its long-recognized contributions and playing a consulting role in the world of transportation and logistics management.
Department of Industrial Engineering and Management
Address:Room 103, Management Building 2, Kuangfu Campus Tel:+886-3-5131328 / Fax:+886-3-5729101

The Department of Industrial Engineering and Management (IEM) was established at NYCU in 1984. Currently, IEM offers four degree programs: the undergraduate program (since 1984), graduate (master’s) program (since 1987), graduate (doctorate) program (since 1991) and the part-time master’s program (since 1999).

The role of industrial engineering and management is to optimize the quality and efficiency associated with designing, operating and improving sustainable processes for acquiring, producing, selling and delivering products and services. We are committed to delivering quality education and research in the field of IEM. The department seeks to equip students with knowledge and skills to become IEM professionals who are capable of designing an effective problem-solving model to predict, plan, control, coordinate, improve and integrate limited resources to maximize business profitability. This department provides a fruitful learning experience for students to apply IEM theories to practices. The department is prepared to train students of diverse backgrounds and interests.

Industrial engineering and management, an interdisciplinary study, has broad applications to many types of industries and organizations. At NYCU, we focus on four areas: production systems, decision science, human factors engineering and manufacturing engineering.

  • Production Systems: Concentrating on the planning and management of the traditional production systems (known as in-house production systems), we also study supply chain and logistics (global production systems) management in response to the global evolution in business models and manufacturing strategies.
  • Decision Science: We examine the development of quantitative methods in system design, planning and control. We employ systems analysis, operations research, statistics, simulations and other engineering and scientific methods to improve industry and government decision-making.
  • Human Factors Engineering: We conduct human information processing studies with the aim to uncover principles underlying human-machine interaction (HMI) and human errors. We are particularly interested in applications of high-tech products, complex systems (nuclear power plants, healthcare systems, etc.) and automated systems.
  • Manufacturing Engineering: We study both traditional manufacturing systems and intelligent manufacturing systems. We integrate system integration, planning and controls to optimize their interactions with other management systems.
IEM receives many research grants annually from the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), and other government agencies. Individual faculty members receive research projects from private firms. We assist companies by offering training programs and improving their operational efficiency. IEM faculty members also serve as board members or consultants with private enterprises, serve on assessment panels for accreditations, reviews and competitions, etc.
Department of Information Management and Finance
Address:Room 401, Management Building 1, Kuangfu Campus



The Department of Information Management and Finance was established in 2004 with the aim of equipping financial professionals with information technology skills and information management personnel with basic finance knowledge.

The programs include BS, MS and doctoral degrees in Finance:

(1) Integrate theoretical studies with financial planning, financial engineering, and risk management of enterprises to achieve the goal of combining internationalized research with localized applications.

(2) Promote superior financial research with practical implications, and nurture outstanding financial professionals. 


Institute of Business Management
Address:No. 118, Section 1, Zhongxiao West Road, Taipei City, Taipei Campus


+886-2-23494921 (Master’s Program)

+886-2-23494924 (PhD Program)

Fax : +886-2-23494922

Founded in 1970, the Institute of Business and Management now offers three degree programs—Master’s, Ph.D., and Part-time Master’s—and one Credit program. (The Part-time Master’s program and Credit program are open for local students only.) Our courses are categorized into six areas: “Business Strategy”, “Organization & Human Resource”, “Marketing”, “Finance”, “Technology and Information”, and “Operation and Decision Science”. Interdisciplinary study is encouraged.

With a special emphasis on the applications of technology and information, our programs not only offer students breadth and depth of learning in business and management, but also provide solid theoretical and practical training.

Institute of Management of Technology
Address:Room 703, Assembly Building 1, Kuangfu Campus


Fax : +886-5726749

The Management of Technology Institute offers professional study that integrates engineering, science, and management. The study is applied in planning, developing, and establishing technology skills within an organization in order to fulfil the strategies and the purpose of the organization. This is a particularly relevant aspiration in view of the transformation of Taiwan's manufacturing industry from labour-intensive production to a capital- or technology-intensive industrial base. This transition into high-value-added manufacturing creates a soaring demand for multi-disciplinary engineers and managers who must effectively manage technical innovations and, ultimately, spur economic growth. In order to meet the needs of industry and government, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU) combines qualified scientists and students with valuable industrial resources from Hsinchu Science Based Industrial Park (SBIP) and Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). The Graduate Institute of Management of Technology (IMOT) was launched at National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU) in 1991. In responding to demand for such highly qualified personnel, the first MOT Master Credits Program in Taiwan was established in 1992, and the PhD program was established in 2000. 
Institute of Information Management
Address:Management Building 2, 1001 University Road, Hsinchu

Phone:+886 (03) 5712121-57401 

Fax:+886 (03) 5723792

IIM, founded in 1994, is the first Institute of Information Management offering both Master’s and PhD programs in Taiwan. The institute is also a pioneer in the field of Computer Science and Information Management in Taiwan.
The objective of IIM is to provide students insights on the integration IT and business models. The institute emphasizes interdisciplinary training so as to inspire students’ innovations. To attain this objective, the institute conducts collaborative research with leading worldwide industrial organizations to provide theoretical foundations and to engage in human behavior studies in IM. Hence, the on-job master’s program was established in 1999 to increase cooperation between academic researchers and industrial practitioners.

The goal of IIM is to emphasize the field independence of information management practitioners, and thus it can be applied across all disciplines while increasing the value and efficiency of the information. Meanwhile in academic research, we have achieved distinguished reputations in domestic and international professional circles. For practical implications, collaboration with leading industrial organizations has successfully cultivated managerial values of IT deployment.

Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA)
Address:Room 107, Management Building 1, Kuangfu Campus Tel:(03)5731770 / Fax : (03)5712443

The EMBA program at National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University is jointly planned by several colleges, and it aims to recruit executives in various fields.  Curriculum design focuses on “Global Vision”, “Innovation”, “Flexible Integration”, and “Technology”, or together “GIFT”, to grow leaders with vision and innovation capability.

Distinguished professionals and alumni speakers

The school has had as guest speakers the then-chairman of TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company), Morris Chang; senior vice president of Philips Taiwan, Mr. Lu-Pao Hsu; chairman of Acer, Stan Shih; chairman of Micronix, Mr. Ding-Hua Hu; and others. Many distinguished alumni and executive leaders such as Mr. Shu-Wu Du, Mr. Zichen Du, Mr. Hsueh-Jen Sung, John Hsuan, Paul Hsu, Gerald Hsu, Ken Kao, Mr. Wen-Lung Hsu, Jason Huang, Bruce Cheng, Mr. Ke-Chen Liu, and others (number of strokes in Chinese writing), were also invited to share their experiences and principles of business management with students.

Abundant networking and interactive teaching environment

The EMBA program has prominent features in its curriculum and hardware resources. Graduates go on to excel in various professional fields and share their valuable experience through seminars, company visits, and extracurricular activities.

(1) Entrepreneur seminar

Hosted by students, the course covers a variety of topics in entrepreneurial and professional experience-sharing. Topics include global logistics, international procurement practices, bookstore entrepreneurial experience, semiconductor industry, consumer IC, automation management of fabrication, entrepreneurial experience in China, entrepreneurial experience in packaging industry, hospital management, and others.

(2) Company visits

Arranged by students, cross-industry learning inspires more innovative business management ideas. Companies visited include Shihlin Electric, Maxxis Tires, Chia Jei, Alpha Networks, Chroma, Syscom, Accton, Winbond, Yulon, Hermes-Epitek, Synnex, and others.

(3) Extracurricular exchanges

Students study English together, discuss business management cases, and conduct field visits. For leisure, there are sports and family days to maintain connections and establish personal networks. We not only provide knowledge courses, but invaluable business and life lessons that all students can share.

Interdisciplinary integration of resources

Teacher resources are integrated from more than 50 departments across various colleges. Future leaders need not only technology and management skills, but also organizational skills, humanities studies, and other disciplines that can strengthen their global views.

Case method teaching

Using domestic and foreign cases of business operations as teaching materials, professors and students discuss analytical thinking, judgment, and decision-making abilities. This instructing method helps students connect theories with practices.

International exchange

An academic exchange agreement with the University of California at Berkeley enables students to take a 3-credit intensive course there. In addition, a collaboration with the international MBA program at Peking University provides visits to local businesses and oversea learning activities. A MIT-retired professor, Dr. Olive, has twice given intensive courses for EMBA. These activities enhance students’ understanding of international businesses, and keep them connected with the newest management information.

Global Master of Business Administration (GMBA)

Address:Management Building 2, Kuangfu Campus Tel: +886-3-5731825   Email:

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Ranked 71 in the world

Established in 2008, the GMBA (Global MBA), fully taught in English, offers MBAs to students, of which approximately 45% to 50% are international students. The two-year curriculum was developed to equip professionals with the skills necessary for transitioning to a managerial role in their current industry or when pursuing a change of career.

Grounded in real-world experience, the GMBA includes a mandatory internship requirement. Class size is limited to 18 domestic students and 15-20 international students, ensuring intimate group work and facilitating networks and friendships that open access to global organizations and top business leaders internationally.