Department of Business & Management, National University of Tainan

Core Competencies

Self-learning agility the ability to constantly



The commitment to graduate qualities reflects a world-wide movement within educational institutions such as the higher education sectors.

There is a deliberate focus on the development of particular student outcomes through the undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Our Department has an emphasis but not limited to the Biotechnology, Electro–optical and Information and Communication Technology industries. It is demonstrated by our student projects and the Master theses which are often supported by the companies in the industrial parks nearby. Technical skills and managerial techniques are essential in our programs but they are not the whole story. The department also fosters the student skills in:
  • Self-learning agility the ability to constantly and proactively update technical knowledge and skills and quickly apply that learning to new situations.
  • Interpersonal and communication skills the ability to listen, influence and manage people in both team and leadership roles and build strong relationships. It also refers to an excellent grasp of technical information and industry jargon and the ability to explain complex ideas in simple terms.
  • Analysis and Problem solving being a sharp thinker; drawing on technical skills, people knowledge and commercial awareness to grasp key issues, explore options and identify appropriate solutions. Being persistence and confidence in the face of what may seem insurmountable problems and impossible deadlines. Resourcefulness and good judgement in handling difficult situations.
  • Commercial awareness an understanding of how technology supports the objectives of individuals and organizations.