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Curriculum Structure

Course System for the Ph.D. Program at IBM, NCTU
May 28, 2019
I. Prerequisite Courses
  Economics, Accounting, Statistics
II. Required Courses
Theory Courses Management Theory (I)Management Theory (II)
Methodology Courses Research Methods, Statistical Methods and Data Analysis, Multivariate Analysis, Econometrics
Seminar Courses Seminar on Business & Management, Individual Study
III. Area-specific Courses

Research Areas
Fundamental Course Elective Courses
Business Strategy Strategic Management Game TheoryStrategic and TechnologyGlobal Technology Strategy, Global Markets, National Politics and Industrial Competitive StrategiesNetwork Strategies: Method and Application, Business Management and CSR, Empirical Industrial Organization
Organization & Human Resource Human Resource Management Organizational BehaviorOrganizational TheoryCorporate Social Responsibility, Organization and Human Resources Management, Organization Design and Management, Strategic Change, Strategic, Human Resouce Management
Marketing Marketing Management Consumer Decision ScienceIntegrated Marketing Communication, Leisure Industry Marketing, Service Industry Management, Modern Marketing Perspective, Branding and Integrated Marketing Communications, Product & Service Design in Subsistence Marketplaces
Finance Financial Management Financial EconometricsChina Economy Studies, Economics: one way we see the world, Financial Statement Analysis, Managerial Economics
Technology and Information Technology and Innovation Management Machine Learning and Business Applications, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, Technology Entrepreneurship, Strategy and Innovation Management, Science & Technology Industry Analysis
Operation and Decision Science Production and Operations Management Performance AssessmentGame Theory, Special Topics in Statistical Software, Consumer Decision Science, Structural Equation Modeling, Hierarchical Linear Models, Growth Modeling
 Courses marked in gray: PhD Professional Courses
Can be used to apply for substituting for the required fundamental course in the corresponding area.