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CAU-FUDAN Dual-Degree Program


CAU-Fudan Dual-Degree Program is Dual-Degree program targeting to train global leaders who can make meaningful contribution in the emerging markets. - 1 year at Chung-Ang University, 1 year at Fudan University at Shanghai.
The Global MBA Program is targeted at weekday full-time students and offers a specialized curriculum on BRICs Management in addition to the general management program, which focuses on diverse knowledge in various business areas. Our goal is to train global leaders who can make meaningful contributions in the new markets of BRICs. The program will teach general management knowledge and specialized knowledge (history, political & economic systems, tax laws & regulations, industrial policy, investment & trade laws) related to BRICs market by offering a dual degree program with a local partner university in collaboration with CAU Graduate School of Business.
The CAU-Fudan Dual-Degree Program is one stream of CAU Graduate School of Business full-time Global MBA Program. For the CAU-Fudan Dual-Degree Program, all courses are offered in English.
A total of 45 credits are required for graduation. Of these, 21 are in general business and 9 credits are toolkit courses, including the orientation course in the first year of the program. Second-year students take 15 credits of BRICs oriented specialized courses focusing on Chinese Economy Management in the EMA Program, taught at the School of Economics of Fudan University.
CAU Graduate School of Business also plans to pursue dual degree conferment agreements with other prestigious universities in BRICs and newly emerging market countries in addition to the existing dual degree program with Fudan University. Thus, the Global MBA Program will be recognized as an outstanding program for many manufacturing and financial firms in Korea. To expand into the BRICs economies, Korean companies will continue to need graduates who understand the background and conditions in the newly emerging markets.


Curriculum structure is divided broadly into four categories of Required General Courses, Specialized Courses (oriented on BRICs market), Toolkit Courses, and non-credit courses. The curriculum offers various educational objectives, teaching methods, and case studies as a way of acquiring the mindset of an E-CAU Leader.

Curriculum structure of the CAU-FUDAN Dual-Degree Program

Category Subject Remark
(the 1ST year)
Toolkit Courses Principles of Economics Dual-degree
prerequisite subject
Data Analysis
Required GeneralCourses Marketing  
Corporate Finance  
Organizational Process  
Strategic Management  
Operations Management & Management Science  
Management Information System  
Elective Courses Investments Dual-degree
prerequisite subject
Financial Accounting
Theory & Practice  
Behavioral Finance  
Financial Institution and Risk Management  
Emerging Market Finance  
Derivative Securities  
Global Finance Seminar  
Strategic HRM  
Leadership & Organization Management  
Negotiation and Strategic Decision Making  
KCMC Business Case Analysis  
SCM and Operation Innovation  
Big Data and Business Management  
Smart Management  
Integrated Marketing Communication  
Strategic Brand Management  
Marketing Research Customer Behavior  
non-credit courses Distinguished Lecturer Series  
Fudan University
Master of
(the 2nd year)
Required Courses Chinese Economy Doing Business in China  
China's Taxation System and Fiscal Policy  
China's Financial System  
Elective Courses Chinese Foreign Trade  
Public Management in China  
Industrial Policy of China  
Academic Writing  
Capital Markets in China  
Social Security System and Its Reform in China  
Political Economy in East Asia  
World Economy and China  
Monographic Study on Chinese Finance Applied Econometrics  
Environmental and Energy Economics: Approaches and Applications in China  
Advanced Topics on Chinese Economy  
Foreign Direct Investment in Transition Economy  
International Finance  
Urbanization in China Industrial Organization  
Topics on Development Economics  
New Political Economics in China  
Short-term Courses  

※ Curriculum is subject to change by Fudan University.