NCKU Curriculum Map
1. 2.
3.
MICROECONOMICS

Broaden and deepen the understanding and utilization of the supply-demand relationships of various things in society, from the supply-demand activities of various things to narrative methods, graphic methods, model methods, etc., to derive cardinal utility, ordinal utility, physical quantity production and input of production factors, biology The theory of the relationship between the cost and physical production volume, and then analyze the supply and demand characteristics of the completely competitive market, exclusive market, oligopolistic market, and exclusive competitive market formed by different supply and demand structures. The ability of "valuation" and "volume" and other behaviors such as "valuation" and "volume" to affect social and economic life. In addition to the possible profit analysis of "price" and "quantity" in the goods market, it also explores the different supply and demand structures in the labor market. Changes in labor levels and salary levels.

Course Goal
A. Communication Skills
C. Leadership & Ethics
D. Global Awareness
E. Values, Skills & Professionalism
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Principle Literacy]
  • Leadership
  • Undergraduate students should develop leadership skills required of a person in a leading position
  • Global Awareness
  • Undergraduate students should possess a global perspective and an awareness of the effects of globalization
    [Competence]
  • Creativity and Innovation
  • Undergraduate students should be able to solve strategic problems with creative and innovative approaches
  • Technical Skills
  • Undergraduate students should acquire the skills and values required of a true professional
  • Management Skills
  • Undergraduate students should acquire the skills and values required of a true professional
    Courses of Recent Years
    Year/
    Semester
    Course
    Number
    Class
    Code
    Course Name
    (The name will link to the syllabus.)
    Credit Taught in English
    (Yes or No)
    Instructor
    0110/1 H230600 [STAT3006]MICROECONOMICS 3.0 N Kuo, Yen-Lien
    0109/1 H230600 [STAT3006]MICROECONOMICS 3.0 N Kuo, Yen-Lien
    0108/1 H230600 [STAT3006]MICROECONOMICS 3.0 N Kuo, Yen-Lien
    0107/1 H230600 [STAT3006]MICROECONOMICS 3.0 N Kuo, Yen-Lien
    0106/1 H230600 [STAT3006]MICROECONOMICS 3.0 N Kuo, Yen-Lien
    0104/1 H230600 [STAT3006]MICROECONOMICS 3.0 N Kuo, Yen-Lien
    0102/2 H230600 [STAT3006]MICROECONOMICS 3.0 N Loh, Chia-Heng
    0101/2 H230600 [STAT3006]MICROECONOMICS 3.0 Y Weng, Ming-Hung
    0100/2 H230600 [STAT3006]MICROECONOMICS 3.0 N Cheng, Kai-Wen
    0099/2 H230600 [STAT3006]MICROECONOMICS 3.0 N Fann, Guang-Jong
    0098/2 H230600 [STAT3006]MICROECONOMICS 3.0 N Liu, Ya-Ming