Curriculum
 
NTU’s Global MBA program emphasizes a rigorous core curriculum designed to provide students from all academic backgrounds a solid foundation in general business education. From this foundation, students may customize their studies through a wide range of available elective courses. In this way, students leave the Global MBA ready to navigate the 21st century business landscape while focusing their education on their individual interests, expertise, and aspirations.
 
GMBA Honour Code & COVID Policy

1. GMBA Honour Code

2. COVID Policy


Should a student have COVID, prior to the affected class, the student must--

a. Provide an image of the antigen result and email Gina (ginawang@ntu.edu.tw) and Yvonne (yvonnechen@ntu.edu.tw).
    Write the name, student number, and date clearly on the cartridge, and take a photo of it with your student ID card.  
b. Report himself/herself to the university 
    (Reporting system for fever or other symptoms / Reporting confirmed cases)
c. Send an email to the professors and TAs of your affected course(s). 
d. The students need to go under quarantine for 7 days after they're tested positive.
    For example, a student is tested positive on 9/20, they should resume in-person class on 9/28.
 

The Curriculum



Timeline

We recommend a two-year plan of study for completion of the Global MBA. However, the timeline is flexible based on the individual’s needs. You may squeeze the study in 1 year, or you may finish in 1.5 or 2 years.  If you are a part-time student or you would like to join our exchange program, you may have a longer study period of up to 3 or 4 years.

Courses Offered
 

Core Courses

Elective Courses

  • Asian Business Consulting(KIT)
  • Business Communication
  • Business Model Canvas: How to Build a Start-Up
  • Chinese Family Business
  • Crisis Management
  • Cross-Cultural Management
  • Cultural and Creative Industries : Theories and Practices
  • Data Science and Business Analytics
  • Digital Trends and Management in Cloud Computing
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • ESG Investing
  • Financial Statement Analysis and Firm Valuation
  • Fit to Lead
  • Game Theory and Business
  • Global Entrepreneurial Finance : Venture Capital and Private Equity
  • Global Value Investment 
  • Human Resource Management
  • Leadership Practice
  • Leading Systems Change: Systems Thinking for a Sustainable World
  • Mergers, Acquisitions, and Strategic Alliances
  • Management Information System
  • Managing Strategic Alliances from a Global Perspective
  • Negotiation Strategies and Skills
  • Platform Strategy
  • Quantitative Research Methods for Thesis Research
  • Strategic Management of Technological Innovation
  • Systems Thinking and Learning Organization


Notes when choosing your electives

 

Students may elect to take a maximum of six credits of Chinese-taught classes to satisfy the Global MBA degree requirements.
All elective classes must be at the Master’s or Graduate level (i.e., the courses with the “M” or “U” codes) and offered by the NTU College of Management.  If you will be taking courses from NTNU or NTUST, please check with the GMBA office if the courses may meet graduation requirements.

 

Chinese Language Courses

 

For international students, Chinese language courses for all skill levels are offered, free of charge, for up to one year through NTU’s Office of International Affairs. Although these courses are taken for credit and will appear on students’ transcripts, they do not count towards the Global MBA graduation requirement.

Academic Ethics Course

Graduate students admitted from the academic year 2018-2019 onwards are required to pass six hours of academic ethics courses according to the regulations of National Taiwan University.  Online academic ethics courses are available here:  http://ethics.nctu.edu.tw/ After you complete the courses and pass the final exam, you may download the certificate of completion after 12:00 noon the next day. Please show this certificate when you apply for your graduation.
Online Ethics Course Guideline

 

Credit Transfer

 

If you have taken business-related credit classes, those credits may transfer to GMBA graduation credits.  Details please see: GMBA Freshman Credit Transfer Application Regulations

GMBA Previous Credit Requirements


Graduation Requirements

 

For Students admitted in 2017 onwards, a completion of thirty-nine (39) credits, including eight (8) core courses and a MBA thesis, is required for graduation.

 

For Students admitted in 2014, 2015 and 2016, a completion of thirty-nine (39) credits, including ten (10) core courses and a MBA thesis, is required for graduation.

 

For detailed information please see HERE.