|Course ID||Course Name||Credits||Hours||Level||Note|
|1||1||▲||5705038||Journal Study and Discussion||1.0||2|
|1||1||▲||5706001||Thesis||3.0||3||1 / 2|
|1||1||★||5705012||Graduate On-Site Research||3.0||18||●|
|1||1||★||5705046||Enterprise Information and Intelligent Enterprise Applications||3.0||3||●|
|1||1||★||5705049||Entrepreneurship Lectures- The persistance that makes the great entrepreneur||1.0||1||●|
|1||1||★||5705268||Information Technology and Competitive||3.0||3||◎|
|1||1||★||5705269||Digital Marketing and Analytics||3.0||3||◎|
|1||1||★||5705343||The analysis of macroeconomics||3.0||3||△|
|1||1||★||5705402||Organization Theory and Management||3.0||3||◆|
|1||1||★||5705441||Data Mining and Business Intelligence||3.0||3||■|
|1||1||★||5705442||Management Seminar in English||3.0||3||●|
|1||1||★||5705486||Technology and Services Innovation||3.0||3||○|
|1||1||★||5705504||Managerial Decision Making Models||3.0||3||■|
|1||1||★||5705505||Global Supply Chain Management||3.0||3||◆|
|1||1||★||5705507||Artificial Intelligence, Business and Society||3.0||3||○|
|1||1||★||5705508||Technology and Innovation Management||3.0||3||○|
|1||1||★||5705512||Cross culture management||3.0||3||●|
|1||2||▲||5706001||Thesis||3.0||3||2 / 2|
|1||2||★||5705050||Entrepreneurship and Business Planning||3.0||3||△|
|1||2||★||5705051||Talent Optimization Program||3.0||3|
|1||2||★||5705103||Human Resource Management||3.0||3||◆|
|1||2||★||5705254||International Advertising and Media Strategy||3.0||3||◎|
|1||2||★||5705257||International Business Administration||3.0||3||◆|
|1||2||★||5705270||Social Media and Interactive Marketing||3.0||3||◎|
|1||2||★||5705304||Mergers and Acquisitions||3.0||3||△|
|1||2||★||5705354||Business Operation Efficiency Analysis||3.0||3||●|
|1||2||★||5705405||Quantitative Management and Decision Making||3.0||3||■|
|1||2||★||5705407||Work Motivation and Leadership Theories||3.0||3|
|1||2||★||5705447||Customer Relationship Management||3.0||3||■|
|1||2||★||5705476||Data Analytics with Program for Business Intelligence||3.0||3|
|1||2||★||5705479||Case Study for Industries||3.0||3||●|
|1||2||★||5705493||Deep Learning and Business Forecasting||3.0||3||■|
|1||2||★||5705494||The Special Topics on Innovation and Service Design||3.0||3||○|
|1||2||★||5705495||Digital Transformation and Innovative Business Models||3.0||3||○|
|1||2||★||5705499||Data Science and Visualization||3.0||3||◎|
|1||2||★||5705510||Entrepreneurship, Technology and Society||3.0||3||○|
1.Minimum graduation requirement: 44 credits．|
2.A total of 11 credits for compulsory courses in the major: including 3 credits for “Research Methods,” 6 credits for “Master's Thesis,” 1 credit for “Journal Study and Discussion” and 1 credit for “Business Ethics.”
3.18 credits from 1 of 5 modules (major electives from a designated module): “Digital marketing and analysis” module, “Business decision analysis” module, “Corporate finance” module, “Global operations research and organization management” module, “Digital transformation and innovation management” module. Students select 1 of the 5 as their major module according to the module selection method of department’s masters’ program, and complete 6 courses within the module.
4.15 credits of other major electives: courses other than the required major module courses.
5.A maximum of 9 elective credits from courses outside the department.
6.Prerequisite courses: students in the master's program of the department who have not taken courses related to economics, statistics, accounting in the university or in the 4th or 5th year of their 5-year junior college program, should make up by taking and passing equivalent undergraduate courses from our department, or equivalent undergraduate or postgraduate courses from other universities. Students must submit the transcript to the Department office for approval before graduation. Those prerequisite courses will not be included in the graduation credits of the master's program of the Department. If those prerequisites are met prior to the enrollment in our department, please complete the course status form and the original transcript from the university to our department at the time of enrollment.
7.Course classification diagram:
◎ digital marketing and analysis module; ■ business decision analysis module; △ corporate finance module; ◆ global operations research and organization management module; ○ digital transformation and innovation management module; ● general major elective
8.After a successful application to our department, overseas master’s students in our department may take major courses from IMBA and IMFI programs. The credits will be recognized as long as they comply with the regulations for the master’s program in our department.
9.Master students must meet the revised graduation standard of English proficiency from the university (if the department or institute sets a higher graduation standard for English proficiency, it must meet the requirements of the department or institute). Please check the relevant provisions of the graduation requirements for English proficiency on the department or Institute’s website.
10.This list of required courses for graduation is applicable to the students admitted in the 110 (2022) academic year.