NUKIM offers the Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in Management Information Systems. Courses offered include technical parts that are required for information systems development and integration. Also offered cover managerial parts to assist students understand the processes of business operations as well as business management. Students therefore develop expertise regarding the application of information technology to enhance operational efficiencies and competitive advantages of businesses. Moreover, students are encouraged to explore new directions of information technology usage, whether in business models, marketing management, service design and innovation, consumer behavior, electronic commerce, and social networks. Students completing this program have potential to develop professional careers in areas such as IS development and integration, IT management and consulting, service management, marketing, and electronic commerce.
- International exchange and dual-degree programs
- Attractive tuition fees
- Industrial cooperation and research projects
- Management Information Systems
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Cathy S. Lin is an associate professor of information management at National University of Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Her Ph.D is in management information systems from National Sun Yat-Sen University. She has published articles in Information & Management, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Online Information Review, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Information Management, and Sun Yat-Sen Management Review. Among her current interests are social commerce, open data, information privacy, and digital piracy.