College of Economics and Management is one of the first secondary colleges established by the University. It originated from the Department of Management Engineering in 1985 and was established in 1996. After more than 30 years of development, a relatively complete discipline system has been established. The discipline of management science and engineering has entered the top 30% in the fourth round of discipline evaluation by the Ministry of Education.
The college has 132 teaching staff, including 100 full-time teachers, 33 professors, and 38 associate professors. At present, there are 35 doctoral supervisors and 78 postgraduate supervisors. The college has been active in foreign cooperation, signing Joint education agreements or closely maintains cooperation with more than 20 universities, such as the California Institute of Technology, the University of Strathclyde in the United Kingdom, and University of Technology Sydney in Australia. All carry out extensive cooperation in teaching, scientific research, and academic exchanges. Students have the opportunity to study and exchange in famous universities in the United States, Britain, Australia, and other countries and regions.