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Teaching Innovation

Introduction of AOL (Assurance of Learning) Assessment

To adopt the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business's (AACSB) methodology, NCCUC​ embarked on AOL initiatives to promote and maintain internationally acknowledged quality standards for assessing students' basic knowledge and professional skills, thereby reinforcing and ensuring the quality and outcomes of higher education at the school.


The Participation Education and Research Development Office (PERDO) actively promotes Programs on Case Methods and Participant-Centered Learning (PCMPCL) and The Global Colloquium on Participant-Centered Learning (GCPCL)

Since 2006, NCCUC has been actively promoting PERDO. To date, NCCUC has chosen 44 professors and sent them to Harvard Business School to study PCMPCL. Those professors have developed courses based on their participations after returning to Taiwan. Through intensive interactions between professors and students, NCCUC aims to generate new ideas and multiple viewpoints and to promote apprenticeships so that other professors can observe the pedagogy in practice and fulfill the goal of participatory education for all of NCCUC's students.

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Establishment of the ETP

To train professional and bilingual business students, NCCUC initiated the first All-English-Taught Program (ETP) in 2000 in Taiwan. There are more than 60 different courses open annually from which students in the program can choose. Moreover, the program also involves many excellent professors from the English Department and maintains small class sizes for English courses to reinforce students' English proficiency and international competitiveness as future professional managers.