Master Program in Technology Management


Our Master Program in Technology Management builds a foundation of technology management theories,
along with relevant departments’ resources, blending academic theory and practice to produce a synergistic
effect that will narrow the gap between academia and the industry.


Our curriculum planning integrates theory and practice with solid faculties from The College of Medicine,
College of Pharmacy, College of Chinese Medicine, College of Public Health, College of Health Care,
College of Biopharmaceutical and Food Sciences and College of Humanities and Sciences.

Our rigorous program improves students’ competitiveness in the workplace, creating multi-angle critical
thinkers through the practical application of skills and interactive case studies our remarkable teaching style offers.

Our curriculum design ensures students enter the workforce, capable of meeting industry needs,
by focusing instruction on three key facets:

1.  Basic theories classes:

These classes give students a solid foundation of technology management skills and knowledge,
in preparation for advanced courses and credits.

2.  Biotechnology classes:

Effective application of biotechnology skills and knowledge, combined with students’
prior experience from basic theories classes, serves as the backbone for Biotechnology classes.

3.  Industry classes:

In addition to the classes above, Industry Classes require students to serve internships or
take classes with professionals in related fields.






Chen, Yueh-Sheng

Department of Cosmeceutics Professor

Iowa State University Doctor

Biomedical Engineering


Tsai, Wen-Chen


Tulane University, USA Doctor

Health Policy and Analysis

Health Care Quality anagement

Chai, Sin-Kuo

Department of Health Services Administration Associate Professor

The Ohio State University Graduate Institute of Electrical Engineering Doctor

Health Services Management

Outcome Research in Medical Care

Lee, Hong-Zin

Associate Professor

China Medical University Doctor

Anti-Cancer Mechanisms

Cancer Cell Signalings

Lee, Meng-Shiou

Associate Professor

National Chung Hsing University Doctor

Authentication of medicinal herbs

Molecular identification

Bio-process development

Ho, Ping-Hua

Assistant Professor

Bielefeld University Bielefeld University Doctor

Industrial Economics