Department of Business Management
Department of Business Management – Special Topic Human Resources
Teaching hourly fee
The first year of the Master’s program
Type of Service
(Multiple options allowed)
□ Educational counseling □ Information technology □ Creative design
□ Community development □ Marketing and promotion ■ Social service
□ International care □ Cultural archives □ Environmental protection
□ Others ____________________
(Evaluation on Service Programs)
Considering that the current MBA students generally lack the experience in practicing, it is impossible for them to integrate their knowledge into their life experience. As a result, the students learn the HR management ineffectively. The Plan is intended to integrate the HR management courses with students’ social services by virtue of the service learning courses to help Chaplain’s Office organize the 30-Hour Famine and recruit and train volunteers to enable their professional knowledge to integrate with theories and practices (operations) and upgrade the effect of students’ learning about HR management.
Objectives of Plan
To teach students to apply their knowledge about HR management effectively to help Chaplain’s Office organize the 30-Hour Famine.
Name of Organization or Community receiving the service: Chaplain’s Office, NYCU
Service Recipient: Students participating in 30-Hour Famine; Number of service recipient: 600 persons (Not the number of trainees)
Objectives of Courses
The courses are offered primarily for the students in the second year of the Master’s program of Department of Business Management to help the students learn by doing. Meanwhile, the courses work with the “Philosophy of Life” course offered by Chaplain’s Office to have the students play the HR Dept. staff of the Chaplain’s Office to help the Office “recruit of volunteers”, “allocate volunteers’ job duties”, “train about booths”, “train workers”, and “assess the activity results”. Utilize the implementation plan to enable the students to experience the complete HR management operating procedure physically.
Model and contents of implementation of service programs
( to the contents of courses for 18 weeks on a weekly basis)
(Please added the lines, if necessary.)
Total service learning hours
Total course hours: 54 hours
Students’ actual service hours: 30 hours
Number of student teams: a total of 4 teams, consisting of 20 persons.
Total number of service recipients: 800 persons (number of service recipients*number of frequency).
Descriptions about expected students’ growth in professions
The students are allowed to experience such HR management procedures as recruitment activity, job training and performance assessment physically to upgrade the effect of their learning about theories and practices.
Anticipated benefits to be gained the service recipient
By the services provided by the students, Chaplain’s Office may mitigate its workload. Meanwhile, the students’ professional division of labors also upgrades the effect of volunteer recruitment and, therefore, more people may be invited to participate in the 30-Hour Famine. The courses expect that the service learning course design will make the number of applicants attain 800 persons, an increase by 400 persons from 2015.
(Please include the way to assess service programs.)
The rating consists of the following three elements: (1) 40% for students’ participation level; (2) 20% for the effect of volunteers’ training; (3) 20% for the result of booth volunteer recruitment; (4) 20% for the effect of 30-Hour Famine.
(Not required to be specified, if it is the first time to apply for the courses.)