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Established in 1989, the National Chung Cheng University College of Management is one of the five colleges initially planned at the establishment of the university. The College of Management Building I is research-oriented, an H-shaped six-story red brick structure with a floor area of approximately 5,886 ping. The College of Management Building II is located in the Innovation Building. The college passed the AACSB International Business and management accreditation for the first time in April 2016 and was accredited again in February 2021. The college focuses on students' learning effectiveness promoting international connections, and integrates industry cooperation. There are five departments, sixteen master's programs (including executive master's programs), five doctoral programs, one university-level research center, and eight college-level research centers. Over the years, the college has been dedicated to nurturing international business and management professionals and innovative entrepreneurs. Through professional courses and interdisciplinary programs, students' understanding of business management theory and application is enhanced, and mechanisms for promoting courage to change, innovation, and academic-industry-research cooperation have been established. The college has a good academic reputation both domestically and internationally.

Facing the changing new economic environment, promoting interdisciplinary research and development focusing on both management theory and practice, professional talent cultivation, innovation and entrepreneurship incubation, industry-academia cooperation, and international connections are all necessary measures to make the National Chung Cheng University College of Management a distinctive first-class management college.

The National Chung Cheng University College of Management is committed to creating and sharing professional knowledge of management theory and practice in the new economic environment, cultivating students with integrity and innovation capabilities, and making a significant impact on and contribution to learners, communities, industries, and national development.

Implementation Strategies:
1. Create a good research and development environment for departments to develop interdisciplinary research. For example, promoting the "Fintech and Digital Governance" characteristic area research center, expanding the influence of senior scholars, and valuing the cultivation of young scholars.
2. Advocate for the cultivation of management education talents, with a focus on competency-based, problem-based, and project-based approaches, implementing mechanisms to ensure teaching quality, encouraging teaching innovation, and emphasizing corporate social responsibility issues.
3. Develop innovative entrepreneurship courses and optimize experimental venues, encourage and incubate startup teams to face the challenges of future society.
4. Promote industry-academia-research cooperation and international connections, integrate and share teaching and research results, and enhance communication in various aspects.
5. Use the college as the core to integrate and efficiently utilize resources to facilitate the implementation of various development strategies and strengthen alumni connections and cohesion.

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