National Chung Cheng University (CCU) is the first public university founded after Taiwan’s economic boom in the 1980s after the Executive Yuan passed the plan to build the university in 1986 in honor of the late president Chiang Kai-Shek and to develop higher education in the Yun-lin, Chia-yi, and Tainan areas. It was officially founded on July 1, 1989. In the early stage of the university, five colleges were set up: College of Humanities, College of Sciences, College of Social Sciences, College of Engineering, and College of Management. College of Law and College of Education were founded in 1998 and 1999, respectively, during his tenure. Altogether, the University currently consists of seven colleges offering 29 undergraduate programs, 44 master programs, 29 Ph.D. programs, and 17 in-service graduate programs. The university has more than 960 faculty/staff members and approximately 12,000 students. The College of Management (hereafter referred to as the COM) is situated in a modern six-storied H-shaped building complex, whose floor space is over nineteen thousand square meters. During the establishment period, the COM consisted of only three graduate institutes, namely the Graduate Institute of International Economics, the Graduate Institute of Finance, and the Graduate Institute of Business Administration. Two additional graduate institutes, the Graduate Institute of Accounting and the Graduate Institute of Information Management were established further in 1993 and 1994, respectively. Nowadays there are five departments within the COM, including the Department of Economics, the Department of Finance, the Department of Business Administration, the Department of Accounting, and the Department of Information Management, have been founded as for undergraduate programs. The distinguished professors and experienced scholars are the most precious treasure of each department. All departments have clear, comprehensive academic programs, including BA/BBA programs, MS/MA programs, MBA/EMBA programs, and Ph.D. programs.