Advanced Master of Business Administration (AMBA)

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The College of Management of NCKU established the AMBA program in 2009 to train management professionals with an international view to fulfill the need of management professional education in Taiwan. The program accepts youth elites with work experience and provides them with comprehensive training. The program began with accepting working students and full-time students, but since 2011 the program now only accepts full-time students with at least a two-year working experience. The program accepts students with different backgrounds and provides students with basic management training. Then students may declare their major according to their interest and vocational plans, and continue their studies in one of the eleven graduate schools in the College. AMBA has a curriculum that combines case study with construction of theoretical models. Our goal is to help graduates return to the work field as “enterprise favorites” and become comprehensive management professionals who are ready to use what they have learned.

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Supply chains Engineering & Materials Science
Costs Engineering & Materials Science
Profitability Engineering & Materials Science
Industry Engineering & Materials Science
Personnel Engineering & Materials Science
Operating costs Engineering & Materials Science
Supply Chain Mathematics
Cellular manufacturing Engineering & Materials Science

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Research Output 1995 2018

Market reaction
International acquisitions
Signaling theory
1 Citations
Freight transportation
profit maximization

Mitigating supply disruption with ordering and supply restoration decisions

Hsieh, C-C. & Putera, R. R., 2018 Dec 1, In : Computers and Industrial Engineering. 126, p. 681-690 10 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle