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Department of Marketing, NCHU and the New York State University signed an agreement on a dual master's degree

2018-12-18
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On December 18, 2018, Department of Marketing, National Chung Hsing University and International Creative Research Center, New York State University at Buffalo State signed a “1+1 double degree” agreement. Students of Department of Marketing, NCHU who have completed one year of courses in Taiwan would pursue their second year in the states. Upon completing the course requirements as agreed by both universities, they would be able to obtain dual master degree in both marketing and creative research.

Department of Management at NCHU also signed a MOU agreement in 2009, with the New York State University at Buffalo State. Hence,“1+1 double degree” agreement that both universities has signed is an extended cooperation. Fuh-Sheng Shieu(薛富盛), President of NCHU, Yung-Kuan Chan(詹永寬), Dean, Department of Management at NCHU and Jane Lu(魯真), Director, International Creative Research Center, NCHU signed the agreement, with Dr. Gerard Puccio, Representative of the International Creative Research Center, New York State University at Buffalo State.

New York State University at Buffalo State was founded in 1871 as a comprehensive research university in the New York State University system. The center is the first in the world to regard teaching creative science as an educational mission. For nearly 50 years, it has been committed to groundbreaking research in the field of creativity.

At the same time, NCHU also signed a letter of intent for the 3+1 cooperation with the International Business and Management Research Program, University of Applied Sciences in Hague, the Netherlands. The school was founded in 1987, and its renowned for its business administration degree. NCHU signed a MOU with the school in 2016. This time, NCHU’s signing of intent of cooperation in Bachelor's 3+1 is a further gesture in deepening cooperation. The two universities are expected to complete negotiation to formally sign the dual bachelor degree soon. Undergraduate students would pursue courses for a year in the Netherlands after completing a three year courses in NCHU. Eventually, the students would be awarded a dual bachelor degree from both universities.

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