The Department of Information Management

Positioning and Goals
Established in 1993, the department equips students with skills in information management to create corporate competitiveness. These practically-geared programs train students in advanced information technology and management skills, and prepare students to participate in major public or private MIS projects.

Program Characteristics
The department’s undergraduate program, graduate program, and Masters continuing education program all place a priority on hands-on practice. The graduate program, which started in 1993, includes electronic business, digital content, and network communication. The master’s program, established in 2002, is an excellent learning platform for veterans in the industry seeking an advanced degree. It includes enterprise resource planning, smart living technologies, mobile media, and display technologies. These programs feature a strong faculty and an emphasis on theory and practice. They cover programming, software development, enterprise information application, business ethics, network application, and information security.

The department houses eight labs, including an enterprise resource planning lab, information security lab, color management lab, interactive cloud computing lab, electronic business lab, smart living technology lab, and network technology and application labs. Moreover, an App lab is also available to prepare mobile media specialists.

Employment Prospects
Graduates find work as information administrators or information software developers in government or business. In addition, they work as MIS specialists or systems developers at software firms.

To help our students acquire hands-on skills, the department has designed a series of licensing courses to help students get professionally certified and recognized. In recent years, an average of 100 students per year become professionally certified before graduation, reflecting their strong practical proficiency in the field.

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