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Education goals

Our three focus areas are Management of Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship,Technology Law, and Applied Methods and Data Analysis.


1. Management of Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship :Focusing on innovation and entrepreneurship, including strategic management of technological innovation, new business development, managing innovation in organizations, and development of creativity, it helps student doing new business with a creative thinking way.


2. Technology Law :This area focuses on technology–related legal problems, including Intellectual Property Rights issues in Research & Development. By introducing intellectual property laws and marketing strategies, enterprise and competition laws, as well green energy technology policies & energy laws, students will acquire specialized legal knowledge that is necessary for many management positions in the technology industry.


3. Applied Methods and Data Analysis: Provides the ability to analyze data, analyze network relationships, and visualize big data. Social network analysis, social science research methods, technology management seminars, etc.


To ensure the quality of learning and fit the AACSB accreditation, the Graduate Institute of Technology Management delivers the core competencies into 6 parts:

(1)Problem Solving

(2)Comprehensive Management Knowledge

(3)Communication Skill-oral communication & written communication

(4)Innovation and Entrepreneurship

(5)Global Perspective

(6)Ethics and Sustainability

To follow the learning path that our graduate institute designed, students could achieve these core competencies after graduating.