The College of Management was founded in 1993. It has a student population of 1,828 full-time students, and 65 full-time professors and 21 full-time administrative staff.
Keenly aware of the intense competition among universities in Taiwan and the need to keep pace with international economic development, we sought to redefine our position and approach. After holding internal and external meetings, consulting experts, and securing the support of the Ministry of Education, in 2010, we made the decision to transform our organizational structure. The result is a "student-centered learning environment" designed to pass the knowledge and experience of our faculty on to students, to enable them to put what they have learned into practice. Under the new framework, "departments" are replaced by "majors" and the university started a number of new programs, including undergraduate programs, master's programs (including MBA, MS, and EMBA programs) and a doctoral program to differentiate Yuan Ze from other universities. Prior to the organizational reform, the management structure of the College was essentially based on academic disciplines. As a result of two years of hard work, CM reorganized itself into interdisciplinary program-based undergraduate and graduation divisions.