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Interdisciplinary Program of Management

Interdisciplinary Program of Management


Brief Introduction

In the era of economic and industrial globalization, having a strong background in both finance and management is crucial to success. DSPMT welcomes you to explore on the journey!
DSPMT was established in 2006 under College of Management and Technology. Our vision is to cultivate well rounded future leaders with specialty training in two of the following fields: Financial Management, Science and Technology. Students will be given a Bachelor degree in Management with the two chosen specialties noted on the diploma upon the successful completion of the required courses and credits. 
The first specialty can be chosen from either of the following four fields under College of Management and Technology: Economy (Department of Economy); Quantitative Finance (Department of Quantitative Finance); Law (Institute of Law and Science Technology);and Management(Institute of Technology Management; Institute of Service Science). For second specialty, NTHU offers 23 programs for students to choose from based on their interests. DSPMT is not a Liberal Arts program; instead, our curriculum provides the opportunities and training needed for its pupils to become leaders with expertise in a variety of fields.

Faculty and staff 


CHEN, Pao-lien

Assistant Professor ( Ph.D in Business Administration University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, US, 2007 ) Strategy Management, Corporate Strategy, Organizational Change

CHUANG, Hwei-lin

Professor( Ph.D in Economics, Ohio State University, 1990) Labor Economics, Applied Econometrics

GAO, Ming-zhi

Assistant Professor(PhD in Law, Institute of Environmental and Energy Law, K.U.Leuven, Belgium) Energy Policy & Law, European Environmental Law 

WANG, Chen-ya Assistant Professor(Ph.D, Hospitality Management, Penn State University) Service Encounters, Cross-cultural Services Marketing, Service Recovery
WU, Shih-ying Professor (Ph.D in Economics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2000) Public Economics
YU, Shih-ti Professor (Ph.D in Economics, University of Rochester, 1993) Microeconomics, Quantitative Finance, Econometrics




See Annex I below the table.

Graduate Requirements


For Undergraduate students, 132 credit hours 

Financial Aids


For University scholarship information, please link to

Contact Information 


For information specifically related to the Double Specialty Program of Management and Technology, please contact 
Chairman : Wu, Shih-Ying,,
Secretary: Wu, Chih-Wen,
For further information on the program, you can also link to


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