CNCCU Timeline

  • 1957 Establishment of the Department of International Business
  • 1958 CNCCU officially founded with the departments of International Business, Money, Accounting and Statistics
  • 1962 Cooperation with Michigan University to establish the Department of Business Administration
  • 1962-1990 Department of Accounting and Statistics separated into two independent departments, and the departments of Management Information Systems, Finance and Risk Management and Insurance established
  • 1993 Graduate Institute of Technology and Innovation Management established
  • 1998 Executive MBA Program (EMBA) established
  • 2000 Office of International Programs (OIP) established, English Taught Program (ETP) and International Exchange Programs (IEP) founded under the OIP
  • 2001 International MBA Program (IMBA) established under the OIP
  • 2002 Graduate Institute of Intellectual Property established
  • 2005 Advanced MBA Program (AMBA) established
    CNCCU EMBA evaluated as the best EMBA program in Taiwan by CommonWealth magazine
    Global Views magazine praised CNCCU as the Top CEO-producer in Taiwan
  • 2006 Acquired AACSB accreditation
    Participation Education and Research Development Office (PERDO) established
    Office of Student Affairs and Alumni Services (OSAAS) established
  • 2007 Collaborated with the University of Western Ontario, Richard Ivey School of Business (IVEY) to compile case studies of Taiwanese high performance enterprises and published them through the IVEY and Harvard Business School webpages
  • 2008 Ranked 47th globally in the Financial Times Masters in Management
    Ranked 73rd globally in the Financial Times Executive MBA
  • 2009 Hosted 27th annual Graduate Business Conference (GBC)
    Ranked 47th globally in the Financial Times Masters in Management
  • 2010 Acquired EQUIS accreditation
  • 2011 Ranked 41th globally in the Financial Times Masters in Management
    Department of Risk Management and Insurance is recognized as the World’s top 50 department of Risk Management and Masters in Management
  • 2012 Passed AACSB maintenance review, receiving another 6 years of accreditation
    Business Administration Graduate Program, AMBA Program, and IMBA Program received Accreditation of Chinese Collegiate School of Business, AACSB
    Ranked 41th in the Financial Times Masters in Management
  • 2013 Passed EQUIS re-accreditation, receiving another 3 years of accreditation
    Combined the Technology and Innovation Management Graduate Programs
    Established Business Administration MBA Program
    Received a donation from Sinyi Real Estate and established Sinyi School,promoting ethical education and MBA’s distinguishing features
    Acquired AACSB Accounting Accreditation