By combining the Chinese educational heritage with Western scientific methods in teaching, research, and assessment of learning outcomes, MCU’s faculty and students benefit from the strengths of both Eastern and Western educational systems. Students acquire key knowledge and tools for job-market competition (i.e. English language and information technology) to ensure their competitiveness in the world economy. The University maintains an ongoing assessment program for all academic and administrative units to support its core mission. Curriculum is continually reviewed and updated as needed to nurture students in developing skills in independent analysis, judgment, decision-making, and creativity.
The goal of professionalism emphasizes academia-industry collaboration to reinforce theoretical knowledge and practical competence, continuing to make MCU graduates highly regarded in the marketplace. The market-oriented curriculum and interdisciplinary collaboration enhance students’ theoretical knowledge while equipping them with current market-place trends and skills. The faculty includes members with strong academic preparation and rich professional experiences.
International trade and globalization both vitalize economic development in Taiwan, supported by the contributions of higher education to this knowledge-based economy. The University stresses the importance of long-term development of international higher education.