This major aims to help students gain the knowledge, skills, demeanor and creativity needed in professional management. Combining the advantages of engineering courses with business administration, students gain full knowledge of modern management and economic theory, as well as related practical skills.
Graduates are required to have a good command of language and written expression, interpersonal communication and social practice skills, good study habits, sound analytical, decision-making and implementation capabilities, strong self-evaluation and development skills, as well as creative and pioneering ways of approaching management theory and practice.
Graduates will be qualified for positions in management, teaching and research work in enterprises, public institutes and government departments.
Principle of Management，Macro-economics，Micro-economics, Accounting, Financial Management, Enterprises Operation Management, Enterprise Strategic Management, Logistic Management, Marketing, International Trade Theory and Practice, Management Information System, Statistics, Economic Law
Bachelor of Management