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2014年工商管理硕士学位(MBA)课程招生简章

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2014年MBA学位课程招生简章



PolyU MBA

Master of Business Administration 2014-2015

 

Contents

 

Dean’s Message

Programme Director’s Message

Our Faculty

Programme Characteristics

Core Management Subjects

List of Electives

PolyU Korn/Ferry Leadership Development Programme

Academic Curriculum

Our Academic Team

Admission

Enquiries
Dean’s Message

 

Welcome to the Faculty of Business at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

The Faculty is among a handful of business schools in the world with Triple Accreditation from AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), EQUIS (EFMD Quality Improvement System) and AMBA (Association of MBAs).

Our community is dedicated to the pursuit of IDEAS (Innovation-driven Education and Scholarship) with a 3D focus on Discovery, Design and Delivery. We realise knowledge and technology transfer through high-quality educational programmes, as well as partnership and close links with industry and the professional community.

The Faculty offers a comprehensive portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, many of which are recognised by professional bodies in the fields of accounting, finance, logistics, management, marketing and transport. Apart from the BBA, MBA, EMBA, DBA and specialised master’s degrees, there are also research programmes leading to the Mphil and PhD awards.

To maintain the currency of our academic programmes and specialist consultancy, faculty members undertake application-oriented research, both within and across their disciplines, facilitated by the Faculty’s centres for research in competition law, corporate governance, logistics, maritime studies and marketing. Our research has been ranked 68th in the world (The UTD Top 100 Worldwide Business School Rankings based on Research Contributions 2009-2013).


 

 Professor Edwin Cheng

Dean, Faculty of Business

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

 

Programme Director’s Message

 

Welcome to the PolyU MBA, a programme which has been developing General Managers in Hong Kong since 1990 and in Mainland China since 2002.

 

The Faculty of Business at PolyU has made remarkable progress in the last few years. Our research, which is the primary indicator of a business school’s reputation, is now rated No. 68 in the world. At the same time we have pursued international recognition for the quality of our programmes, the MBA being accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and the whole Faculty being accredited by EQUIS, the EFMD Quality Improvement System and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

 

Over the past few years we have been working to further improve the PolyU MBA, benchmarking its structure, content and teaching approaches against the best programmes in the world. The MBA now has a smaller intake of students, an increased number of credits, and new subjects in Operations Management, Global Economic Environment, Leadership in the Asian Context, Business Research Methods and an Investigative Report.

 

In the Faculty of Business at PolyU we pride ourselves in IDEAS (Innovation-driven Education and Scholarship) with a 3D focus on Discovery, Design and Delivery. Our MBA students have an average of more than 10 years rich working experience in the real world which they bring to the classroom to share with their classmates and professors. Through world class academic work we qualify them for positions in general management. It is not easy, but if you can accept the challenge, we know that it will stand you in good stead for many years to come. Join us!!

 

 

Professor Eric Ngai

MBA Programme Director (Chinese mainland)

Professor and Associate Head

Department of Management and Marketing

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our Faculty

With over 200 academic staff and 5,300 students, the Faculty of Business is one of the largest business schools in the Asia-Pacific region. The Faculty is dedicated to the pursuit of IDEAS (Innovation-driven Education and Scholarship) with a 3D focus on Discovery, Design and Delivery.

 

Triple Accreditation

The Faculty of Business was accredited by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) in 2010 in recognition of our business education.

The Faculty was accredited by EQUIS (EFMD Quality Improvement System) in 2007 in recognition of our programmes, research and associated activities.

 

Our MBA programmes offered in Hong Kong and on the Chinese mainland and EMBA programme offered on the Chinese mainland are AMBA-accredited since 2005.

University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) Top 100 Business School Research Rankings

The Faculty is ranked 68th in the world and 2nd in Hong Kong, according to The UTD (University of Texas at Dallas) Top 100 World Rankings of Business Schools based on Research Contribution 2009-2013.

 

Finance and Economics Research Ranking

The Faculty is ranked 42nd in the world for its Finance and Economics research by a study published in the Journal of Financial Economics 93 (2009) 353, 356.

 

Programme Characteristics

PolyU MBA shares a common structure with the programme offered in Hong Kong and it provides a wide range of electives.

 

The programme has been developing General Managers in Hong Kong since 1990 and in Mainland China since 2002.  Its structure, content and teaching approaches have been benchmarked against the best programmes in the world.

 

The Learning Outcomes for the programme are as follows:

 

1.        Application of Concepts

Graduates should have the analytical ability to select and apply appropriate conceptual frameworks to the resolution of business issues at general management level in the business context in which they are working. Those issues include establishing the scope and direction of the organisation.

 

2.        Critical and Creative Thinking

Graduates should demonstrate the ability to think critically and creatively within the domain of general management responsibilities.

 

3.        Effective Communication

Graduates should be able to present reasoned arguments effectively, both verbally and in writing.

 

4.        Interpersonal Skills

Graduates should have the ability and self-knowledge required to work effectively with, and through, others.

 

5.        Leadership and Change Management in the Asian Context

Graduates should have the ability to recognise and respond to the need for change, to initiate change, and to manage it within the Asian context.

 

6.        Global Outlook

Graduates should have the ability to demonstrate a global outlook and an understanding of cultural diversity, as evidenced by an understanding of globalisation, the dimensions along which cultures vary and the implications of both for business.

 

7.        Ethical Thinking

Graduates should be able to identify and resolve ethical issues as they arise in the context of general management and corporate social responsibility.

 

Core Management Subjects

l   Business Ethics

l   Business Research Methods

l   Financial Accounting for Executives

l   Financial Management for Executives

l   Global Economic Environment for Management

l   Global Leadership in the Asian Context

l   MBA Investigative Report

l   Management Accounting for Executives

l   Management Information Systems

l   Management Policy and Strategy

l   Marketing Management

l   Operations Management

l   Organisational Behaviour & Development

l   Leadership Development Programme

 

List of Electives

Ÿ   China’s Financial Sector in the Global Economy

Ÿ   Creating and Managing SMEs in Hong Kong and China

Ÿ   Entrepreneurship

Ÿ   Field Study for Business Management

Ÿ   Globalization and Design

Ÿ   Glocalization & Corporate Communication

Ÿ   International Management

Ÿ   IT Strategies

Ÿ   Knowledge Management

 

Ÿ   Managing Change

Ÿ   Mergers and Acquisitions

Ÿ   Multinational Financial Management

Ÿ   Negotiation and Conflict Management

Ÿ   Risk Management for Corporations

Ÿ   Services Marketing

Ÿ   System Dynamics for Business Policy

 

Notes:

1)         Subject to the university’s minimum enrolment requirement, not all subjects will be offered each year. And, registration is subject to the availability of quota.

2)         Timetable is subject to change without prior notice.

 

 

 

 

Academic Curriculum

 

First Year of the Programme

 

Semester

Subject

 

 

Semester One

Leadership Development Programme

Financial Accounting for Executives

Organisational Behaviour & Development

Operations Management

Leadership Development Programme

 

Semester Two

Financial Management for Executives

Marketing Management

Management Information Systems

Leadership Development Programme

Summer Term

Global Economic Environment for Management

Business Research Methods

 

Second Year of the Programme

 

Semester

Subject

 

 

Semester One

Management Accounting for Executives

Business Ethics

Global Leadership in the Asian Context

MBA Investigative Report (commences)

Leadership Development Programme

 

Semester Two

Elective Subject 1

Elective Subject 2

MBA Investigative Report (completed)

Summer Term

Management Policy & Strategy

 

Our Academic Team

 

BAO, Ben-hsien     

MBA (S.Calif.); PhD (Missouri); MHKSI

Associate Professor

(School of Accounting and Finance)

 

CHAN, Kwong-fai      

BSSc (C.U.H.K.); MBM (Adel.); PhD (S.Aust.)

Visiting Lecturer

(Department of Management and Marketing

 

CHAN, Yue-cheong       

BSSc (C.U.H.K.); Mphil (C.U.H.K.); PhD (H.K.U.S.T.); CFA

Associate Professor

(School of Accounting and Finance)

 

CHENG, C.S. Agnes       

BA (Natn’l Taiwan); PhD (Ill.)

Chair Professor of Accounting and Head

(School of Accounting and Finance)

 

CHENG, T.W. Louis          

MBA (N.E. Louisiana); DBA (Louisiana T.U.); Dip (Shue Yan)

Professor

(School of Accounting and Finance)

 

CHO, Wing-sing Vincent         

BSc (H.K.); MEngSc (NSW); PhD (H.K.U.S.T.); PgC(Ed) (H.K.); PgC (IT) [H.K. (E.M.S.)]; Gdip (BA) (Monash); Gdip (CS) (Melb.); CHE; MHKCS

Associate Professor

(Department of Management and Marketing)

 

CHUI, Chun-wai Andy      

BSSc (C.U.H.K.); Mphil (C.U.H.K.); PhD (H.K.U.S.T.)-

Associate Professor

(School of Accounting and Finance)

 

FUNG, King-fai Mike   

BSc (H.K.U.S.T.); PhD (H.K.U.S.T.)

Associate Professor

(School of Accounting and Finance)

 

GONG, X.H. Stephen      

BA (Guangzhou Foreign Lang.U.); MSc [City(U.K.)];PhD [PolyU(H.K.)]

Assistant Professor

(School of Accounting and Finance)

 

GORN, Gerry

MSc (London School of Economics), PhD (Pennsylvania State University)

Chair Professor

(Department of Management and Marketing)

 

HSIANG, Thomas      

PhD (Wat.)

Adjunct Professor

(Department of Logistics and Maritime Studies)

 

HUANG, Xu

HonsDip (Lingnan); MA (Lancaster); PhD (Groningen)

Professor

(Department of Management and Marketing)

 

HUI, Pun-zee Pamsy        

BA (Calif.)), PhD [Texas(Austin)]

Senior Teaching Fellow

(Department of Management and Marketing)

 

JIANG, Li        

BSc (Nankai); MBA [York (Can.)]; PhD (C’dia)

Associate Professor

(School of Accounting and Finance)

 

JIANG, Li 

BSc (Shanghai Jiao Tong); MSc (Shanghai Jiao Tong); PhD (Mich.)

Associate Professor and Deputy Programme Director

(Department of Logistics and Maritime Studies)

 

JIANG, Yuwei

MSc (H.K.U.S.T.); PhD (H.K.U.S.T.)

Assistant Professor

(Department of Management and Marketing)

 

KIM, Namwoon

BA (Yonsei University); MS (KAIST); PhD (Texas, Austin)

Professor

(Department of Management and Marketing)

 

LEONG, Kong-sang Kelvin  

BA (L&H); MSc [PolyU (H.K.)]; CPA; FCCA; MBCS; MIET

Lecturer

(School of Accounting and Finance)

 

LEUNG, Man-kwong  

BA (Econ) (Manc.); MSocSc (Econ) (H.K.); PhD (Manc.)

Associate Professor

(School of Accounting and Finance)

Associate Dean (Academic Support)

(Faculty of Business)

 

LI, Chung-Lun 

BSc (H.K.); MS (Stan.); EngScD (Col.)

Chair Professor of Logistics Management and Head

(Department of Logistics and Maritime Studies)

 

LI, David 

BSc (Texas); MBA (Iowa); PhD (H.K.); CPA(Ill.); CPA; AICPA

Lecturer

(School of Accounting and Finance)

 

LI, Yuk-on Leon  

MSc (Lanc.); PhD (Lanc.); HD (Maths) (H.K.Poly.)

Senior Teaching Fellow

(Department of Logistics and Maritime Studies)

 

LIU, Wu

Becon (Fudan); Mecon (Fudan); PhD (Vanderbilt)

Assistant Professor

(Department of Management and Marketing)

 

LO, Wing-hung Carlos 

BSSc (C.U.H.K.), Mphil (C.U.H.K.); PhD (Flin.); SJD (Renmin)

Professor and Head

(Department of Management and Marketing)

 

MAK, Wai-ming Mac 

MA (Lanc.); DBA (Hull); Cert(Phil) (C.U.H.K.); Dip™ (C.U.H.K.); Dip™ (Inst.Train.Dev.); HD (H.K.Poly.); ACIS; ACS; MCIPD(U.K.); MHKMA; MIHRM(H.K.); MIL

Assistant Professor and MBA Programme Director (Hong Kong and Xian)

(Department of Management and Marketing)

 

NGAI, W.T. Eric  

BSc (CNAA); MSocSc (H.K.); PhD [PolyU(H.K.)]

Professor, Associate Head and MBA Programme Director (Shenzhen)

(Department of Management and Marketing)

 

QURESHI, Israr 

BSc (Nag.); MBA (Maastricht School of Management); MBA (Raj.); MSc (Indian Inst. Of Tech.); PhD (W.Ont.)

Assistant Professor

(Department of Management and Marketing)

 

SHAW, Jason

BS (Northeastern State University), MBA (Southwestern Oklahoma State University), PhD (University of Arkansas)

Chair Professor

(Department of Management and Marketing)

 

TANG, Yi

BA, MA (Nanjing University), PhD (H.K.U.S.T)

Assistant Professor

(Department of Management and Marketing)

 

WRIGHT, Robert

Bbus (WACAE); MIR (UWA); PhD (HKU); FHKIHRM; FAIM; FHKIoD

Associate Professor

(Department of Management and Marketing)

 

Admission

 

Entrance Requirements

The entrance requirements are designed to ensure that each participant has the appropriate academic qualifications and disciplinary preparation, sufficient work experience, and the necessary motivation to benefit from, actively contribute to, and successfully complete the programme.

 

Applicants should 

·      Have a Ministry of Education (MoE)  recognised bachelor’s degree, a postgraduate degree or a postgraduate diploma in any area, or an equivalent professional qualification and a minimum of 4 years’ experience in a managerial or professional capacity, and be proficient in English

·      In exceptional cases, be aged 35 or over with MoE recognised post-secondary qualifications and at least 8 years of experience in a senior managerial or professional capacity, and be proficient in English

 

If you are not a native speaker of English, and your Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification was awarded by an institution where the medium of instruction is not English, you are expected to fulfil the following minimum English language requirement:

 

·      A Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of 80 for the Internet-based test, 550 for the paper-based test, or 213 for the computer-based test; OR

·      An overall Band Score of at least 6 in the International English Language Testing System (IELTS); OR

·      Chinese mainland's College English Test (CET) Band 6.

 

Based on the applications, shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend selection interviews. In general, candidates are expected to demonstrate their motivation, their maturity and their ability to communicate in English.

 

Award

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

(Early Exit Award: Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration (PgD BA))

 

Normal Duration

Normal duration of study for Master of Business Administration and Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration is 2 years (maximum: 4 years) and 1 year (maximum: 4 years) respectively.

 

Fee

Master of Business Administration (MBA) requires a total of 45 credits. The tuition fee is ¥166,500.

 

Medium of Instruction

English

 

The offering of the Class is subject to Senate’s approval

 

Enquiries

For information on academic matters, please contact:

Programme Director

Professor Eric NGAI

Tel: (852) 2766 7296

Email: eric.ngai@polyu.edu.hk

 

For further information, please contact us at:

 

PolyU Shenzhen Base

Tel : (755) 2267 3882

Fax: (755) 2267 3886

Email:sztrain@polyu.edu.hk

Website: www.polyu-szbase.com

             www.polyu-yic.org.cn

 

PolyU Faculty of Business

Tel: (852) 3400 3230/ 3400 3375

Email: fbencmba@polyu.edu.hk

Website: www.fb.polyu.edu.hk/rpss/mba/china


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