The College of Business Administration aims to foster creative and well-educated students. We offer core lectures that are highly specialized for each major as well as interdisciplinary courses and programs between the departments of Business Administration and other majors. Its structured training courses and specialized personnel enable students to become globally competitive and find success in their future careers. The courses cover the introduction of advanced management, extensive English language classes as well as programs coordinated with career service centers.
|1963||Department of Commerce in the College of Business was established|
|1964||Renamed Department of Commerce and Economy|
|1967||Renamed College of Business Administration|
|1968||Renamed Department of Business Administration|
|1968||Department of Secretarial Science established|
|1971||Master's program launched|
|1996||Renamed College of Commerce and Economy|
|2000||Establishment of the Graduate School of Business Administration|
|2006||Establishment of the Graduate School of Business|
The aim of education
The College aims to nurture global professional businesswomen with Christian-based characters and outstanding practical skills for various business fields. Our educational objectives are to:
- Produce global leaders who are equipped with superior learning and integrated thinking skills.
- Develop students’ skills to look forward and integrate interdisciplinary details in order to find original solutions and contribute innovative perspectives.
- Train students to have thorough and comprehensive knowledge in business administration.
- Foster students’ communication skills and expertise that are up to international business standards.