The College of Management of National Chung Cheng University (CCU) was established in 1989, and was one of the five colleges planned when the university was first established. The College of Management Building I is an H-shaped, six-floor red brick building with a floor area of approximately 5,886 pings, while the College of Management Building II is located in the Innovation Building. The College was first accredited by AACSB in April 2016 and will be re-accredited by AACSB in February 2021. The College has five departments, 16 graduate programs (including master's programs), five doctoral programs, one university-level research center, and eight faculty-level research centers. Over the years, we have established a systematic mechanism to nurture international business management professionals and innovative and entrepreneurial talents through professional courses and cross-disciplinary training, to enhance students' understanding of business management theory and application, and to empower them with the ability to change and innovate.
In the face of the changes in the new economic environment, it is necessary to promote the development of cross-disciplinary research in management theory and practice, the cultivation of professional talents, the incubation of innovation and entrepreneurship, the cooperation between industry, government, academia and research, and international links, in order to make CCU College a first-class management school with special characteristics.
The College of Management at CCU is dedicated to creating and sharing expertise in management theory and practice in the new economic environment, cultivating students with integrity and innovation, and making a significant impact and contribution to the development of learners, communities, industries, and nations.