Creativity & Business Administration

Average Length
6-8 weeks per course
Effort
1-2 hours per course, per week
Number of Courses
3
Category
Business Management
Institute
NOU
Languages
中文
Subtitles
繁體中文
English
简体中文
อักษรไทย

About this series

Creativity is the driver of success and a crucial skill for anyone wanting to enhance their career. The “Creativity and Business Administration” series includes 3 courses  “Creative Marketing,” “Creative Essentials of Economics.” and ”Business Opportunities in East Asia”. Incorporating both theory and practice, we hope to set up a solid foundation for business studies, provide learners with a better understanding of the subject along with useful knowledge that can be applied to their daily lives.

What you'll learn

This course series in creativity and business will help you become adaptable to the ever changing business environment. The first course helps you incorporate marketing tools, theories and put them into practice, strengthen your creative thinking muscle.The second course provides you with essential knowledge on Economics, taught with creative and fun examples to spark your interest. The third course help builds your connection with the East Asian market. By understanding the cultural, social and economical background of the region, you will gain insights that could help prepare you for the perfect business opportunity.

Target Learners

None

Prerequisites

None, or with previous knowledge on business studies.

Course Details

1. Based on systematic methods of introduction of marketing theories, students will effectively understand the development and evolution of marketing models.
2. Students are inspired t...
Starts on 2021-01-25
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1. Understand the difference between traditional and new media.
2. Understand the necessity of cross-disciplinary integrated events.
3. Know how to make use of diverse m...
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1. Understand basic and practical economic theories and make optimal decisions.
2. Be familiar with the mechanisms that society and the financial industry build on as well as the conce...
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Instructors

譚經緯
Hsing Wu University of Science and Technology
副教授
陳世晉
National Open University
助理教授
李智仁
Ming Chuan University
助理教授
陳奕璇
St. John's University
副教授
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