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dsc_16371.jpgThe Industrial and Business Management Department provides  comprehensive academic curriculums. The department offers degree programs ranging from undergraduate to Master’s level in Industrial Management and Business Administration. 

The undergraduate program (Bachelor of Business Administration, BBA), established in 1994 and originally named Industrial Management, has approximately 50 enrollments each year. The Master’s Program (Master of Science in Management, M. Sc.), which was established in 1995 and originally a M.B.A. degree, has approximately 40 enrollments each year.  In addition, the department also offers Master of Business Administration programs to people who have had years of working experience.  All Master of Business Administration programs, including full-time MBA, Executive MBA program (EMBA), and the Asia-Pacific MBA program (AP-EMBA) have been offered by the School of Business since 2008.


Ya-Yung Tan

The graduate school’s interdisciplinary teaching and training gives me a breadth of knowledge and helps me meet the challenges of today’s fast-paced and increasingly complicated business environment.   It also  seamlessly connects my studies and my work.




Fu-Hsiang Hsu

The two-month internship provides me with a fantastic opportunity for both my work and my studies.  It also puts me in a better position for further studies in the future, and I also learned a few tips for job interviews. I highly recommend the business and management programs of Chang Gung University.  The four years of studying here were character building and also gave me an array of tools to succeed in the business envi



The goals of our academic programs are to prepare students for leadership roles in all areas of business.  By combining theory and practice, we tailor curriculums catering for people who wish to broaden their mind and open up new career opportunities. Students here are encouraged to apply the knowledge they have gained to real-life situations.

To broaden students’ vision and experience, the department has established exchange programs with foreign universities. In addition, we provide internship programs with various corporations within or outside the Formosa Plastic Group (FPG).

To ensure our graduates’ competitiveness in the market place, we highlight the importance of interdisciplinary learning and communication and problem solving skills. In addition, we also encourage students to participate in corporate social responsible activities and to develop sound business ethics.  We like to see our graduates care for our society, have people’s interest in mind, and have strong business ethics.



Our teaching emphasizes on the combination of theory and practice. Professors and students are encouraged to investigate the practices on management theory in an enterprise situation. Case studies of the successful experiences at FPG and other domestic enterprises with global business are promoted. Undergraduate students acquire knowledge through in-class courses as well as spending a semester of “learning by doing” internship in FPG and other corporations. The graduate programs also rely heavily on case study discussions, placing particular attention to interdisciplinary areas and the integration of theory and practice.