Department of International Business (DIB)
COllege of PLANNING AND DESIGN
OBJECTIVES AND GOALS
The ultimate goal of the program is to make provisions for students' future careers in international business; to equip students with sound knowledge and skills to better understand the interdependence within organizations through overall advanced training (e.g. International Economics, Financial Management, International Business Management, International Marketing, etc).
Apart from the common courses, our professional courses fall into three major fields: international trade, commercial finance and marketing & planning. The instruction principle focuses on the integration of knowledge and applications to cultivate students' capabilities of independent thinking and analysis.
FACULTY AND FACILITIES
There are twenty-four faculty members in DIB. Nine of them are PhDs and one are acquiring their doctoral degrees at the present. All faculty members’ specialties in sub-studies of international business contribute considerably to the diversified development of IB. IB also has two laboratories for English conversation and international trade related courses.
CAREERS AND PLACEMENTS
Graduates from our program will be well trained and competitive. They will possess professional certificates required by business organizations and this will enable them to seek higher degrees in related studies, to attend official tests, or to engage the following employments:
This program is designed to hold a balance between theoretical learning and practical application. Therefore, DIB emphasizes on domestic and international cooperation with private enterprises and government organizations, including instructional information, curriculum and research exchanges.
In the future, DIB will devote its efforts to the following activities:
DIB has been actively strengthening teaching quality and students' learning performance since CUTe was funded by the Teaching Excellence Plan of the Ministry of Education from 2006. DIB also has been making efforts to develop Last-Mile Employment Courses to create a set-up in which academia and industry could collaborate for the training of excellent students.
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FOCUSES
In the future, DIB will emphasize on the excellence in teaching and research, on the balance between theories and practice in diversified academic fields including marketing, cross-strait finance, regional science, culture sites rehabilitation and inventory management. DIB will endeavor strong ties with government and the industries locally and internationally by holding various seminars and academic exchanges.
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