Double-Degree Program for Executive International MBA (DIMBA) Taiwan
Through an agreement with the National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) approved by the Taiwanese government, students in Taiwan can participate in a dual-degree international MBA program. Students in the Double Degree Program for International Master of Business Administration (DIMBA), now in it second year, receive an Executive International MBA from the Darla Moore School of Business, and an MBA from NTNU.
The program includes a capstone project in strategic management and foundational core courses in quantitative methods, financial and managerial accounting, and global economics. The global functional core portion of the curriculum covers global finance, marketing and supply chain; management of multinational enterprises, and customer relationships and data mining. Finally, the year-long, 48 credit hour program covers raising capital in different international corporate environments, Asian culture, branding and marketing, comparative corporate governance and innovation systems.
In addition to teaching students by following the case method approach, similar to other MBA programs from elite universities overseas, NTNU-USC DIMBA will also task students out of the classroom to visit well-known corporations abroad, where they experience different types of corporate cultures and operation modes. Students participating in this curriculum also get the opportunity to apply what they have learned in solving real business problems by taking part in international research and industrial research projects.
EIMBA Chonnam/KEPCO South Korea
The KEPCO EIMBA is the dual-degree program that gives students from the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) the opportunity to acquire an MBA from Chonnam National University (CNU) and the International Executive Master of Business Administration (EIMBA) from the Moore School. Each school delivers a minimum of 50 percent of the course credit hour requirements for their respective program, designed to meet all curriculum requirements of both institutions. The program develops the critical skills for international managers and provides a unique chance for the students to study from a truly international perspective.
To qualify for this program, a student must be an employee of KEPCO or its subsidiaries, have a minimum TOEIC score of 750 and significant professional experience.
The Moore School and the Graduate School of Business (GSB) at CNU in South Korea have completed 2017 recruitment for the third cohort. KEPCO selected a cohort of 18 of its employees to participate in the one-year program to develop more international managers. By 2030, KEPCO hopes to increase their international operation to 20 percent from where it currently stands at 4 percent.