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        We have been recognized as the center of knowledge and professional talent in human resource management in Taiwan because our faculties are dedicated to academic research, as well as collaborate closely with businesses. With innovative ideas and sound professional knowledge, our graduates perform brilliantly in their positions to become exemplars of our institute that emphasizes on both theory and practice.

Resources

(1) Space
        Our institute has a total area of 999 m^2, with student study rooms that occupy 306 m^2; seminar rooms, 305 m^2; lab, 67 m^2; a library and a discussion room, 54 m^2; faculties’ offices, 133 m^2; the institute office and the assistant’s office, 141 m^2.

(2) Facilities
        In each classroom and the library, there is an LCD projector and a computer for lecture and presentation purposes. In addition, there are portable LCD projectors and notebook computers for the purposes of lecture, speeches, conferences, and so on. In the students’ study room, there are photocopier, printers, and air conditioners to facilitate their studies. All the facilities are maintained and updated regularly to ensure their optimal functions. In addition, all the computers are installed with statistics software to facilities researches.

(3) Enterprise advisor system
        Our institute implements an enterprise advisor system. Every student is assigned senior managerial personnel in business to advise students on their academic pursuits or practical matters. The advisors also introduce their advisees to other people in the businesses to build up an enterprise network to promote the students’ future development.

(4) Business internship
        All the students in our master program must take internships in enterprises during summer vacation to complete their papers on internships. These papers will be presented in the “Business and human resource management practical study seminar,” in which people from the businesses, academy, and more will evaluate the design, completeness, and applicability of each paper. Each year, many business people participate in this seminar to learn from the practical studies to promote their own businesses and offer feedback to help the students grow.

(5) Dual Degree
        Students can work for a dual degree at the School of Business, West Sydney University, our academic partner, in Australia after completing 6 courses in at least two semesters.

Assistance

        Our institute offers students complete training through our innovative and solid courses. In addition, the students are encouraged to participate in extra-curricular activities to orient themselves with professional knowledge in human resource management. In order to train them into global citizens with an international outlook, they are also encouraged to join in international activities provided by resources outside our institute. We invite senior managerial personnel in the businesses to be the students’ advisors to give them valuable suggestions in their careers and academic pursuits. Through the advice in their thesis writing processes, students are trained to manage themselves with self-responsibility. By completing their research and thesis writing, students are cultivated with the abilities of independent thinking and self-criticism. By learning to be responsible, students are offered the opportunity to build up their team spirit to become a helpful resource for their future career and administrative know-how. Eventually, after the completion of our training, the graduates will become human resource managerial staff with a global outlook and high morale.

Our graduates

       Being the cradle of Taiwan’s human resource management, we have trained many capable professional talents. Our graduates from the masters’ program and part-time masters’ program are working in the top 100 enterprises in Taiwan. Most of them are working in the human resource management departments in prestigious enterprises, including high-tech companies, such as TSMC, AUO, Microsoft (Taiwan), Chimei Innolux, UMC, MediaTek, HTC, IBM, Asus, Nokia (Taiwan), Quanta Computer, Delta, BenQ, Qisda, HP, Applied Materials, Faraday Technology Corporation, Sunplus Technology, Chunghwa Picture Tubes Ltd., Philips, and more. Some of them work in the finance business, such as Fubon Financial, the First Bank, China Trust, China Development Industrial Bank, Citi Bank, Taishin Holdings, Chartered Bank, and so on. In traditional industry, some graduates are working in 7-11, CMC Motor, Ford, Yulong Motors, Giant Bicycles, Wei Chuan Corp., UPS, and more. Meanwhile, a small number of them are working in government institutions and foundations, such as Metro Taipei, China Productivity Center, Industrial Technology Research Institute, and so on. Some of the early graduates have even become senior managerial staff in AUO, Qisda, BenQ, Global Unichip, Industrial Technology Research Institute, Quanta, Microsoft (Taiwan), and so on. All of our graduates perform brilliantly in the businesses. Meanwhile, the Ph.D. graduates have become faculty at universities and colleges at home and abroad or consultants in the businesses.


Future development

        With more than ten years of development, our Institute has become one of the most important centers for training human resource managerial personnel in Taiwan. In the future, we aspire to continue the tradition of the National Central University to engage in academic researches. With interdisciplinary basic theory as the foundation, we plan to develop our special topics in the studies of human resource and organization management in order to become the academic center of human resource management and the applications of related theories in Taiwan. 

1.With prediction, planning, and organization management in human resource as our framework, we will work ceaselessly in furthering our academic development. Regarding curriculum, our core courses include Basic Functions of Human Resource, Organization Management and Development, and Strategic Human Resource Management, all of which are our strength in research and applications.

 2.We are enthusiastic to exchange with businesses, governments, and academies, and participate in integrated academic projects designed by the government and enterprises. We also regard it as our honor to train senior human resource managerial staff for businesses in Taiwan to help small and medium-size businesses to establish all-around human resource management systems. In addition, we also assist the government in planning labor and human resource strategies to develop human resource in Taiwan.  
  
 3.We also endeavor to promote academic exchange between European countries, America, Japan, Australia, and China in the areas of human resource management and labor-management relation to engage in the comparative studies of the mentioned areas in order to enhance the standard of human resource management in Taiwan.

 4.We also take pleasure in cultivating faculties and researchers for universities, senior human resource managers, and consultants for the businesses, and professional talents for the businesses, trade union, and government institutions in the discipline of human resource management.    

 5.We are active in conducting many research projects and gathering information regarding human resource management and business organization regularly. With our innovative research projects, we aspire to promote our international image to render our institute become one of the best human resource management research institute in Asia.

Faculty members

Joseph S. Lee
Ph.D. in Economics, University of Massachusetts, USA. Professor Lee is specialized in labor-management relations, human resource, labor market analysis, green economy, economic development, and knowledge economy. Honors: Wen Shiren Chair Professor (2007-2009), Golden Tripod Chair Professor (2004-2006), Chair Professor of the National Central University (2009-2011), Corporate Director Recognition Awards, Human Resource Association of China (2004), and the Person of the Year, Human Resource Association of China (2002).   

Wen-Jeng Lin
Ph.D. in Industrial Relation and Human Resource Management, Michigan State University, USA. Professor Lin is specialized in payroll management, international human resource management, talent management, team management, and training and development.

Meiyu Fang
Ph.D. in Human Resource Management, Cornell University, USA. Professor Fang is specialized in human resource management, recruitment and selection, work motivation, payroll management, organization behavior, and research methodology. Honors: AOM International HRM Scholarly Research Award (2007) and Paper of Excellence Award (2007).

Min-Hsun Christine Kuo
Ph.D. in Human Resource Management, University of Minnesota, USA. Professor Kuo is specialized in training transfer, managerial coaching skills, off-job training, organization development, and international human resource development.

Ming-Yuan Chen
Ph.D. in Economics, UCLA, USA. Professor Chen is specialized in organization economics, human resource economics, corporate governance, quantitative method, and micro-econometrics.   

Jihn-Chang Jehng
Ph.D. in Education Psychology, University of Illinois, USA. Professor Jehng is specialized in corporate e-learning, human resource management system, leadership and management development, community and organizational learning, and performance and competence management.

Nien-Chi Liu
Ph.D. in Industrial Relation and Human Resource Management, University of Minnesota, USA. Professor Liu is specialized in strategic human resource management, organization theory, organization change, employment involvement, and organization management.

Contact us

Institute of Human Resource Management
Tel: +886 (0) 3 422 9135
Fax: +886 (0) 3 422 7492
E-Mail: hr@ncu.edu.tw