Program Faculty

Our international faculty members have extensive teaching and practical experience. They maintain their expertise on contemporary business trends by collaborating with leading companies. We can ensure that our students benefit from their invaluable real-world business and management insights.
Prof. Tai-Yuan Chen PhD, University of Texas at Dallas

Managerial Accounting, Financial Accounting

Prof. Caroline Wang MSc, Harvard University; MA, University of Wisconsin

Decision Making and Leadership

Prof. Kai Lung Hui PhD, HKUST

Technology and Knowledge Management

Prof. Milind Rao PhD, Columbia University

Global Macroeconomics, International Capital Markets

Prof. Jiewen Hong PhD, Northwestern University

Marketing Strategy

Prof. Xinyu Hua PhD, Northwestern University

Economical Decision Analysis, Competition Strategy

Prof. Keith Goodall PhD, Cambridge University

Management of Organizations, Strategic Talent Management, Leading Culture Change, Analyzing Organizational Change

Prof. Bilian Ni Sullivan PhD, Stanford University

Strategic Management, Decision Making

Prof. Allen Huang PhD, Duke University

Decision Making

Prof. Alminas Zaldokas PhD, INSEAD

Corporate Finance

Prof. Yingying Li PhD, The University of Chicago

Statistical Decision Analysis

Prof. Jacob Goldenberg PhD, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Creative Thinking

Prof. Jeanne Brett PhD, University of Illinois, USA

International Negotiations Strategies

Prof. Jaideep Sengupta PhD, Anderson Graduate School of Management, UCLA

Consumer Psychology

Prof. Robert Boute PhD, KULeuven, Belgium

Operation and Supply Chain Management


Core Courses

Induction Module

The induction module involves both experiential and multidisciplinary learning. Students are implanted with self-awareness and team leadership skills with challenging activities. Through discussion, critical evaluation and comparison of different perspectives on a business case, they will develop the capability to think from multiple viewpoints.

Financial Accounting

Financial accounting is an essential tool for people outside the company – investors, owners, creditors and government agencies etc. – to understand business operations. This module equips students with knowledge on how to review, analyze, and interpret financial statements strategically.

Accounting for Decision Making and Control

Managerial accounting provides insights into the internal and strategic aspects of business entities. Through this module, the students learn how to use managerial accounting knowledge to evaluate company competitiveness and make informed business decisions.

Statistical Decision Analysis

Employing a probabilistic framework and quantitative approach, this module takes scientific approaches to enable students to make critical and rational business decisions in face of market risks.

Managerial Economics

Managerial Economics is concerned with the application of microeconomic concepts and analysis to decision methods of business. This module equips students with the analytical tools to make rational decisions, from pricing strategies to forecasting organizational structures.

Pricing Strategy

The module explores how to develop pricing strategies from economic, strategic and psychological perspectives, and how to critically evaluate how pricing drives business sustainability and profitability. With the help of case studies, students will explore tools for assessing consumers' willingness to pay and how the information can be used to improve pricing strategies.


Elective Courses

Mergers and Acquisitions

This module is designed to give students a broad understanding of the role of M&A in corporate strategy, developing a framework for evaluating M&A transactions from the perspective of how they affect shareholder value.

International Growth

The module focuses on the basic issues of planning and managing overseas growth, reasons for success and failure, what management teams must do to achieve international growth.

International Management

In today's fiercely competitive business world, talents must be prepared for complex and rapid changes. The module provides the students with the knowledge of how to create, identify and realize business opportunities.

Management of Sustainability

This module helps executives in a global business environment understand the growing importance of sustainability, covering sustainable innovation, ESG, and impact on business of changes in climate change policies.

Digital Transformation

This module introduces the business challenges of the enterprises in Digital age and how digital technology transforms businesses: innovating value and new experiences for customers, changing customer relationship management, making decisions based on big data, formulating internal innovation and collaborative processes.

Managerial Decision Making and Global Leadership

An introduction to the science of decision-making in global leadership and management. Quality decision-making is a learnable discipline. This course introduces global leadership concepts and practices with case studies to make effective decision-making easy.


Global field trip studies

To develop insightful views on the global business landscape
To increase exposure to cultural diversity in a global business context
To explore the best practices of innovations and entrepreneurial management globally


University of Cambridge


IMD Business School


Chalmers University of Technology


Stanford University


Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO


Waseda University


Tel Aviv University


American University of Sharjah