The School of Economics and Management has more than 100 academic and administrative staff members, among whom are more than 60 professors and associate professors. The overwhelming majority hold a doctorate or a master's degree. There is a communication center for post-doctoral studies in Management Science and Engineering. The School has the right to grant a doctorate degree in Management Science and Engineering, and can also grant a master's degree in Management Science and Engineering, Industrial Economics, International Trade, Finance, Business Administration and Public Management. The bachelor programs available are Economics, Business Administration, International Economics and Trade, Finance, Public Affairs Management, and Electronic Commerce. There are more than 2,000 students from all levels in this college.
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To meet the demands of the new economic development era in China, the School began to offer training programs for administrative staff and officers of the government and for enterprises. Currently, there are over 4,000 graduates from diversified training programs.
The School has established a co-operative relationship with the Business Institute of Washington University, the Business Institute of Baltimore University and the New England University of Australia, thus benefiting its staff and the students.