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Reception Marking Taiwan's National Day Held at American Ming Chuan University in Michigan

Vice President Dr. Yien, left, met with CSSA members on SVSU campus/ Photo by Carine Yang

October 10, 2012

by Carine Yang

Established in July 2012, a Taiwan Education Center (TEC) and the American Ming Chuan University (AMCU) in Michigan are now located at EA125, Regional Education Center, at Saginaw Valley State University. Dr. Robert Yien, the MCU Vice President for Administrative Affairs, introduced the roles and functions of AMCU and TEC at SVSU to the Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) board members.

AMCU announced the launch of its upcoming new graduate programs, International Master of Business Administration (IMBA) and Teaching Chinese as Second Language (TCSL). The graduate programs will be taught in ten-week intensive semesters, with the first session beginning June 2013.

"These graduate programs offer vast opportunities and resources for local Chinese students," Zheng Yi-Nan, leader of CSSA, said. "Being a senior undergraduate student in business administration, I think Chinese students will be interested in the programs because of the flexible hybrid courses, the double-degree benefiting future employment, and the high quality of education proven by MSCHE accreditation," he said.

"We are very pleased to host such a meaningful event on this special day," said Dr. Robert Yien. The AMCU office will continue to promote these graduate programs among local universities.


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