The Institute of Human Resources Management Regular Master's Program
Special Features of the Program
NSYSU’s Institute of Human Resource Management is the first human resource management institute in Taiwan. It is the only one in Taiwan and the seventh in the Far East to be ranked in the 2021 EDUNIVERSAL Human Resource Ranking. The Institute is committed to internationalization and gathering academic capabilities. We have 12 full-time professors, many of whom have received the Ta-You Wu Memorial Award and Distinguished Research Awards from the National Science and Technology Council, and our faculty and students have received numerous national awards for their papers. Our faculty is quite comprehensive. At the macro level, our faculty specializes in strategic management, strategic human resource management, and international human resource management. At the micro level, our faculty specializes in organizational behavior, employee career development, work mood, and work psychology. In terms of course specialization, we offer the most advanced human resources courses to meet the trends in human resources: human resources data analysis, business big data analysis, R programing language, performance management, and talent development. Outstanding alumni are regularly invited back to the Institute to share their HR practices with students. The final report combines enterprise diagnosis and problem analysis, allowing students to accumulate human resources expertise and gain valuable practical experience while at school
Daytime, 2-4 year limit.
Total Program Credits: 40 credits
The minimum number of credits required for graduation from the MBA program is 40. Courses are divided into three categories: required, remedial, and elective. We provide students with ample flexibility in course selection. In terms of required courses, there are five human resource management courses and three credits of human resource management project studies. The purpose of the project research course is to allow students to familiarize themselves with the operation of enterprises through summer internships, so that they can make use of what they have learned, make suggestions for the problems faced by enterprises, and combine theory with practice.
The remedial courses are designed to provide students with a basic background in management. Students who have not taken the four management courses in college can take these courses to make up for it. These credits are not included in the total graduation credits. The remedial courses consist of four subjects: Productions and Operations Management, Financial Management, Information Management, and Marketing Management. Students can take elective courses according to their own interests, research and study plans.
Words from Our Alumni
Ju-Ting Ko, MBA Class of 2019
Tzu-Hua Lu, Part-Time MBA Class of 2019