The curriculum is composed of three groups of courses: Prerequisite Courses (Table 1), Required Courses (Table 2), and Elective Courses (Table 3). In order to provide a learner-centered curriculum, only four courses (8 credits) are designed as Required Courses and more than twenty-five elective courses are offered for students to fulfill their career goals and research interests.
〉 Table 1—Prerequisite Courses
Students whose undergraduate major is not MIS related will usually be required by the Department to take Prerequisite Courses list below to better equip them for the upper level graduate courses.
|Systems Analysis and Design||3|
|Productions and Operations Management||3|
|Financial and Accounting Management||3|
〉 Table 2—Required Courses (8 units)
The Required Courses list below are compulsory of all students graduating from this program.
|Management Information Systems||3|
|Research Methodology or Special Issues in Information Technology||3|
|Seminar in Information Management I||1|
|Seminar in Information Management II||1|
〉 Table 3—Elective Courses
The Elective Courses consist three areas of study: Computer and Communication (C&C), Management of Information Systems (MIS), and Decision Science (DS).
|C & C||Unit|
|Special Tops in Object-Oriented System Analysis and Design||3|
|Business Flows and Business Objects||3|
|Introduction to Artificial Intelligence||3|
|Studies in Web Learning||3|
|Theory of Information System Development||3|
|Strategic Information System||3|
|Case Studies in MIS||3|
|Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery||3|
|Decision Support Systems||3|
|Perspective of Information Society||3|
|Business System Simulation||3|
|Strategy for Electronic Business||3|
|System Simulation and Analysis||3|
|Production and Marketing Information System||3|
|Logistic Management Systems in Asia-Pacific Area||3|
|Management of Innovation and Entrepreneurship||3|
|Supply Chain Management||3|
*English Proficiency Requirement for Graduation: Students in this master program must reach the minimal score at one of the following Standard English tests before their graduation.
|Standard English Test||TOEFL Test||GEPT||TOEIC|
|Grade||iBT 61||High Intermediate Test—Pass 1st Stage||700|
Last Update: 2014/12/23