Faced with fierce business competition, rapid technological advancement, and the irresistible trend of globalization, many business managers are seeking the opportunities of continuous self-enrichment. Upholding the idea of promoting high quality management education for a better tomorrow, the College of Management. National Sun Yat-sen University (NSYSU) decides to better help senior managers to shoulder their heavy responsibility by offering the carefully designed Executive MBA (EMBA) program. We recruit the program distinguished faculty and provide first-class curriculum with the goal of cultivating twenty-first century new business leadership. Through systematic management training , diverse courses across various management disciplines, cross-industrial exchange of experiences, novel methods of teaching, and friendship establishment between teams and international companies, the EMBA program of NSYSU is deemed to achieve high -quality EMBA education.
Many of our EMBA students work for companies from the Greater China region and multi-national companies, and taking advantage of their weekends to return to Taiwan to attend classes. Apart from this, apart from traditional, financial or technological industries, there are also students from public offices, state-owned enterprises, medical sector, defense sector and media personnel, giving an even bigger advantage in establishing interpersonal networks. In line with international trend, the curriculum is incorporated with global issues and bring students to overseas countries (Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, Hungary, Austria etc.) for seminars. In addition, in response to increasingly frequent Taiwanese-Chinese investment and increasingly open cross-strait policy, the program has added many Asia-Pacific management issues.
The goal of this EMBA program is to enhance five major core competences of students, which include: Innovation and Information Technology capability, Leadership, Communication and Crisis management capability, Strategic Business Management capability, Problem solving capability and Global Business Management capability. 18 courses on Table 1 and 45 credits are provided in the two-year program.