School of Management

Business Administration

Course Program

1.Training Targets

The target is to make the students master the knowledge and abilitiesinManagement, Economy, Law and Business Administration.They willdo scientific researchand management in the enterprises, government and schools, etc..

2. Major Features and Training Requirements

The students will study thetheory in the Management, Economics and Business Administration,and receive training in Business Administration Methods and skills.The graduates should master:

(1).the theory and principles in Management, Economics and Modern Business Administration.

(2).the qualititive and quantititive analysis methods in the Business Administration

(3).the abilities of lingual expression and human communication, analizing and solving problems.

(4).ablities using foreign language and Computers.

(5).Policies and laws in the Business Administration and regulation of international enterprises.

(6).The newest theory of the major and its development trends.

(7).The search methods ofScientific documents.

3.Major Orientations Business Administration

4.Main Subjects Business Administration; Economics

5.Main Courses

Management Theory; Micro-economics; Macro-economics; Management Information Systems; Statistics; Accounting Theory; Financial Management; Marketing; Economic Law; Project Management; Production and Operation Management; Stratergy Management; Quality Management; International Business Administration .

6.Course Program

Common Essential Courses

0701A07S

Advanced Mathematics( 3)

0701A10S

Linear Algebra (II)

0701A11S

Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics

7101A01S

Foreign Language

5301A01S

Computer Foundation

7302A01S

Physical Education

5301A10S

VB Programming

Humane, social science and economics courses

7201B01S

Buliding of Morality and Law Essentials

7201B03S

Principles of Marxism

7201B02S

Outlines ofChinaModern History

7201B04S

Theories of Mao,Deng and Jiang

1601B01S

Military Theory

7201B29S

Science History and Science Philosophy

7201B30S

Contemporary World Economy and Politics

9201B01S

Undergraduates Health Education

9201B02S

Guide to Undergraduates Employment

Subject Essential Compulsory Courses

0601C01S

Management Theory

0601C15S

Major Chairs

0606C31S

Micro-economics

0606C32S

Macro-economic

0603C01S

Statistics

0603C02S

Accounting Theory

0603C03S

Financial Management

0606C05S

Economic Law

0602C01S

Marketing

0607C01S

Database Management Systems

0607C02S

Management Information Systems

0607C03S

Operational Research --1

0605C01S

International Finance

0605C28S

International Trade Theory and Practice

0607C08S

Computer Management Technology

0604C01S

Human Resources Management

0601C02S

Organizational Bahaviors

0106C41S

Modern Industrial Manufacturing Technology

Subject Essential Elective Courses

0602C04S

Enterprises Ethnics

0604C05S

Development of Management Skills

0606C08S

Game Theory

0603C04S

Management Accounting

0607C04S

Operational Research --2

0303C03S

Electric Engineering and Electronic Technology

0607C05S

Computer Networks

0609C30S

Public Relation

Major Platform Courses

0601E03S

Quality Management

0601E04S

Production and Operation Management

0601E05S

Enterprises Stratergy Management

0605E27S

International Business Administration

0601E07S

Projects Management

0601E08S

Technical Economics

Compulsory Courses of Major Orientation

0601E03S

Quality Management

0601E04S

Production and Operation Management

0601E05S

Enterprises Stratergy Management

0605E27S

International Business Administration

0601E07S

Projects Management

0601E08S

Technical Economics

Elective Courses of Major Orientation

0601E09S

Enterprises Crisis Management

0601E10S

Foreign Language in Major

0602E17S

Logistics Management

0608E14S

Security and Investment

0601E11S

Labour Ration

0602E23S

Personnel Promotion and Negociation Skills

0607E07S

Electronic Business

0601E12S

Projects Planning and Control

0603E05S

Financial Analysis

0601E13S

Business Administration Creative

0608E29S

Investment Banking

0601E14S

Capital Operation

0601E15S

ERP

International Economy and Trade

Course Program

1.Training Targets

The target is to make the students master the theory ofEconomy and Trade, the basicknowledge and abilitiesinInternational Trade, high foreign language and computer abilities.They willdoInternational Trade, International Finance, International promotion and International business management.

2. Major Features and Training Requirements

The students will study thetheory of Marxist Economics, International Economy, and International Trade, and receive training in Economics and Management, and intensive English drills by the bilingual courses, and good command of the computer use by many computer practice.The graduates should master:

(1).the theory and principles in Marxist Economics and Contemporary Western Economics.

(2).the theory and skills of International Trade.

(3).the development trends of International Trade.

(4).ablities using foreign language and Computers.

(5).Economic Policies, regulation and laws in the country, Economic system reform and Economic development inChina.

(6)..the Economic development and trade policy in the main countries.

3.Major Orientations Practice and Management of International Trade

4.Main Subjects Economics

5.Main Courses

International Trade Theory; International Trade Practice ; International Economic Co-operation; International Finance; International Business Administration; Laws of International Economy and Trade; Macro-economics; Micro-economics; International Investment; EDI and Electronic Business

6.Course Program

Common Essential Courses

0701A07S

Advanced Mathematics(3)

0701A10S

Linear Algebra (II)

0701A11S

Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics

7101A01S

Foreign Language

5301A01S

Computer Foundation

5301A10S

VB Programming

7302A01S

Physical Education

5301A09W

C Language Programming

0703A01W

Physical Education

Humane, social science and economics courses

7201B01S

Buliding of Morality and Law Essentials

7201B03S

Principles of Marxism

7201B02S

Outlines ofChinaModern History

7201B04S

Theories of Mao,Deng and Jiang

1601B01S

Military Theory

7201B29S

Science History and Science Philosophy

7201B30S

Contemporary World Economy and Politics

9201B01S

Undergraduates Health Education

9201B02S

Guide to Undergraduates Employment

Subject Essential Compulsory Courses

0603C30S

Public Finance

0606C02S

Micro-economics

0606C03S

Macro-economics

0603C01S

Statistics

0603C07S

Accounting Theory

0608C01S

Finance

0605C01S

International Finance

0607C02S

Management Information Systems

0607C01S

Database Management System

0607C03S

Operational Research (1)

0605C02S

International Trade Theory

0601C26S

Technical Economics

0605C03S

International Economics

0606C05S

Economic Laws

0605C04S

International Marketing

0601C01S

Management Theory

0605C05S

Major Chairs

Subject Essential Elective Courses

0606C10S

Econometrics

0106C43S

Modern Industrial Manufacturing Technology

0303C03S

Electric Engineering and Electronic Technology

0606C08S

Game Theory

0607C04S

Operational Research (2)

0601C25S

Stratergy Management

0603C08S

Corporation Financing

0602C17S

Logistics Management

0604C18S

Human Resources Management

0601C07S

Projects Management

Compulsory Courses of Major Orientation

0605E06S

Geography of International Economy and Trade

0605E09S

Laws of International Economy and Trades

0605E10S

International Settlement

0605E11S

EDI and ElectronicBusiness

0605E12S

International Business Administration

0605E07S

International Economic Co-operation

0605E08S

International Trade Practice

Elective Courses of Major Orientation

0605E13S

World Trade Organization Planning

0605E14S

International Business English

0605E15S

Foreign Trade Spoken English

0605E16S

International Service Trade

0605E17S

International Technical Trade

0605E18S

Practice of Clearance of Goods

0605E19S

Selection of Major Documents (English)

0605E20S

Foreign Exchange Business in Banks

0605E21S

World Market Prices

0605E22S

International Revenue

0605E23S

Foreign Trade Correspondence

0605E24S

Specific Subjects in Foreign Trade

0605E25S

International Investment

0605E26S

Insuranceswith Foreign Affairs

Accounting

Course Program

1.Training Targets

The target is to make the students master the knowledge and abilitiesinManagement, Economy, Law and Accounting.They willdoAccounting Management,Auditing practice and FinancialManagement, and thescientific researchand teaching in the enterprises, government, accauntant Office and schools, etc..

2. Major Features and Training Requirements

The students will study thetheory and principles in Accounting,Auditingand Business Administration and receive some training in Accounting Methods and skills.The graduates should master:

(1).the theory and principles in Management, Econonics and Accounting;

(2).the qualititive and quantititive analysis methods in the Accounting;

(3).the abilities of lingual expression and human communication, analizing and solving problems in Accounting;

(4).ablities using foreign language and Computers.

(5).Policies and laws in the national Accounting and regulation of international Accounting.

(6).The newest theory of the major and its development trends.

(7).The search and inquiry methods ofScientific documents.

3.Major Orientations Financial Accounting

4.Main Subjects

Business Management; Economics

5.Main Courses

Management Theory; Micro-economics; Macro-economics; Management Information Systems; Statistics; Accounting Theory; Financial Management; Marketing; Economic Laws; Financial Accounting;Cost Accounting;Management Accounting;Auditing

6.Course Program

Common Essential Courses

0701A07S

Advanced Mathematics(3)

0701A10S

Linear Algebra (II)

0701A11S

Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics

7101A01S

Foreign Language

5301A01S

Computer Foundation

5301A10S

VB Programming

7302A01S

Physical Education

Humane, social science and economics courses

7201B01S

Buliding of Morality and Law Essentials

7201B03S

Principles of Marxism

7201B02S

Outlines ofChinaModern History

7201B04S

Theories of Mao,Deng and Jiang

1601B01S

Military Theory

7201B29S

Science History and Science Philosophy

7201B30S

Contemporary World Economic and Politics

9201B01S

Undergraduates Health Education

9201B02S

Guide to Undergraduates Employment

Subject Essential Compulsory Courses

0601C01S

Management Theory

0606C31S

Micro-economics

0606C32S

Macro-economics

0603C01S

Statistics

0603C02S

Accounting Theory

0603C03S

Financial Management

0606C05S

Economic Laws

0602C01S

Marketing

0607C01S

Database Management System

0607C02S

Management Information Systems

0607C03S

Operational Research (1)

0605C01S

International Finance

0605C28S

Theory and Practice of International Trade

0607C08S

Computer Management Technology

0604C01S

Human Resources Management

0601C02S

Organizational Bahaviors

0603C04S

Auditing Theory

0603C10S

Major Chairs

Subject Essential Elective Courses

0303C03S

Electric Engineering and Electronic Technology

0604C05S

Development of Management Skills

0603C11S

ComputationTechnology

0607C04S

Operational Research (2)

0601C07S

Projects Management

0608C08S

Finance Theory

0608C06S

Insurances Theory

0603C30S

Public Finance

0106C41S

Modern Industrial Manufacturing Technology

Compulsory Courses of Major Orientation

0603E12S

Intermediate Financial Accounting

0603E13S

Cost Accounting

0603E14S

Tax Laws

0603E15S

Advanced Financial Accounting

0603E16S

Accounting Regimen Design

0603E17S

Accounting Computerization

Elective Courses of Major Orientation

0603E19S

Foreign Language in Major

0608E14S

Security Investment

0603E20S

Management Accounting

0603E21S

Financial Auditing

0603E22S

Financial Enterprises Accounting

0603E23S

Comparative Accounting Theory

0603E24S

Accounting Software Analysis and Design

0603E25S

Projects Evaluation

0603E26S

Specific Subjects Chair on Graduation Papers

0603E27S

Ratepaying Planning

0603E05S

Financial Analysis

0603E28S

Specific Subjects in Accounting Morals

0603E29S

Asset Evaluation

0607E07S

Electronic Business

0603E30S

Budget Accounting

Finance

Course Program

1.Training Targets

The target is to make the students master the theory, skills of Finance and able to analyze and solve the problems.They willwork in the banks, SecurityCorporation; Insurances Corporation, Fund Management Corporation; Multinational Corporation; Enterprises Financial Department, and University for the Teaching and Research.

2. Major Features and Training Requirements

The students should

(1).Do theAsset, Liabilityand synthetic affaires in banks;

(2).Do theSecurity Issues, Security Investment, Security Transaction and Evaluation,etc.

(3).Be familiar with theInsurances Business and Insurance Promotion

(4).ablities using foreign language for communication;

(5).Be familiar with thecomputers operation and software uses.

3.Major Orientations Finance

4.Main Subjects Economics

5.Main Courses

Micro-economics; Macro-economics; Statistics; Economic Law; Industry Organization Economics; Management Information Systems; Econometrics; Management Theory; Finance; International Finance; Operation and Management of Commercial Banks; Central Banks; Insurances; Security Investment; Finance Engineering; Finance Laws; Chrematistics;Financial Risk Management.

6.Course Program

Common Essential Courses

0701A07S

Advanced Mathematics(3)

0701A10S

Linear Algebra (II)

0701A11S

Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics

7101A01S

Foreign Language

5301A01S

Computer Foundation

5301A10S

VB Programming

7302A01S

Physical Education

Humane, social science and economics courses

7201B01S

Buliding of Morality and Law Essentials

7201B03S

Principles of Marxism

7201B02S

Outlines ofChinaModern History

7201B04S

Theories of Mao,Deng and Jiang

1601B01S

Military Theory

7201B29S

Science History and Science Philosophy

7201B30S

Contemporary World Economic and Politics

9201B01S

Undergraduates Health Education

9201B02S

Guide to Undergraduates Employment

Subject Essential Compulsory Courses

0606C02S

Micro-economics

0606C03S

Macro-economics

0603C07S

Accounting Theory

0603C01S

Statistics

0603C30S

Public Finance

0603C31S

Financial Analysis

0608C01S

Finance

0607C03S

Operational Research (1)

0605C01S

International Finance

0607C01S

Database Management Systems

0607C02S

Management Information Systems

0605C02S

International Trade Theory

0601C01S

Management Theory

0606C04S

Econometrics

0606C05S

Economic Laws

0608C02S

Industry Organization Economics

0608C36S

Major Chairs

Subject Essential Elective Courses

0106C43S

Modern Industrial Manufacturing Technology

0601C48S

Technical Economics

0607C05S

Computer Networks

0604C18S

Human Resources Management

0607C09S

Prediction and Decision-making Methods

0607C04S

Operational Research (2)

0608C03S

Finance Accounting

0602C22S

Game Theory

0608C05S

Central Bank

Compulsory Courses of Major Orientation

0608E16S

Security Investment

0608E17S

Operation and Management of Commercial Banks

0608E18S

Finance

0608E19S

Insurances

0608E20S

Finance Risk Management

0608E21S

Finance Engineering

Elective Courses of Major Orientation

0608E24S

SocialSecurity

0608E25S

Financial Currency

0608E26S

International Settlement

0608E27S

Investment Banks

0608E28S

Theory and Practiceof Affiance

0608E29S

Security Technology Analysis

0608E30S

Finance Laws

0608E31S

Bank Marketing

0608E32S

Insurances Operation and Management

0608E33S

Financial Market

0608E34S

Foreign Language in Major

0608E35S

Finance Mathematics

Economics

Course Program

1.Training Targets

The target is to make the students master thetheoryof MarxistEconomicsandModern Western Economics. They willwork in departments economic management, policy study, finance and enterprises for the in theEconomic Analysis, Prediction, Planning and Managementent, etc..

2. Major Features and Training Requirements

The students will study thetheory of Economics and operational system of Market economy, policy, laws and regulation of the country.The graduates should master:

(1).the theory and principles ofMarxistEconomicsandModern Western Economics;

(2).the modernEconomicanalysis methods and Computers uses;

(3).theablities using foreign language and Computers;

(4).The academic situation and trends ofChinaand abroad.

(5).Economic Reform and development situation inChina;

(6).Policies and laws in the national economy and evaluation policy ability;

(7).The search methods ofScientific documents ofChinaand abroad..

3.Major Orientations Industrial Economics

4.Main Subjects Economics

5.Main Courses Macro-economics; Micro-economics; History of Economics; Econometrics; International Finance; Finance; Public Finance; Technical Economics; Industry Economics; Development Economics; Management Economics Investment Economics; Public Economics; Game Theory.

6.Course Program

Common Essential Courses

0701A07S

Advanced Mathematics(3)

0701A10S

Linear Algebra (II)

0701A11S

Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics

7101A01S

Foreign Language

5301A01S

Computer Foundation

5301A10S

VB Programming

7302A01S

Physical Education

Humane, social science and economics courses

7201B01S

Buliding of Morality and Law Essentials

7201B03S

Principles of Marxism

7201B02S

Outlines ofChinaModern History

7201B04S

Theories of Mao,Deng and Jiang

1601B01S

Military Theory

7201B29S

Science History and Science Philosophy

7201B30S

Contemporary World Economics and Politics

9201B01S

Undergraduates Health Education

9201B02S

Guide to Undergraduates Employment

Subject Essential Compulsory Courses

0606E33S

History of Economics

0603C06S

Public Finance

0607C01S

Database Management Systems

0606C02S

Micro-economics

0603C01S

Statistics

0603C07S

Accounting Theory

0608C01S

Finance

0606C03S

Macro-economics

0605C02S

International Trade Theory

0601C21S

Management Theory

0606C05S

Economic Laws

0606C04S

Econometrics

0607C03S

Operational Research (1)

0601C26S

Technical Economics

0607C02S

Management Information Systems

0605C01S

International Finance

0606C01S

Major Chairs

Subject Essential Elective Courses

0106C43S

Modern Industrial Manufacturing Technology

0604C18S

Human Resources Management

0602C12S

Market Investigation and Prediction

0607C64S

Management Statistics

0603C08S

Corporation Financing

0607C07S

Electronic Business

0608C20S

Insurances

0606C08S

Game Theory

0601E07S

Projects Management

0607C09S

Prediction and Decision-making Methods

0607C04S

Operational Research (2)

Compulsory Courses of Major Orientation

0606E34S

Development Economics

0606E35S

Regional Economics

0606E36S

Industry Economics

0606E37S

Management Economics

0606E38S

Investment Economics

0606E27S

PublicEconomics

Elective Courses of Major Orientation

0607C07S

Computer Networks

0606E26S

Chair of Economics Specific Subjects

0606E39S

Regimen Economics

0606E28S

Foreign Language in Major

0606E29S

Selection of Major Documentation

0606E30S

Information Economics

0606E41S

ContemporaryChinaEconomic Problems

0606E14S

Comparative Economics

0601C02S

Organization Bahaviors

0606E16S

Intermediate Micro-economics

0606E17S

Intermediate Macro-economics

0606E18S

Ecologic Economics

0606E19S

Agricultural Economics

0608E66S

Security Investment

0606E22S

Labour Economics

0606E24S

Environmental and ResourcesEconomics

Tourism Management

Course Program

1.Training Targets

The target is to make the students master the theory and knowledgeinManagement, Economy, Laws andTourism, and abilities in the computer, communication and foreign language.They willwork inTourism and government departments for the Tourism Management,and scientific research,etc.

2. Major Features and Training Requirements

The students will study theTheory ofManagement theory,Economics andTourism Management,and receive training in Business Administration Methods and skills, analizy and solve the problems.The graduates should master:

(1).the theory and principles in Management, Economics andTourism Management.

(2).the qualititive and quantititive analysis methods in theTourism Management

(3).the abilities of lingual expression and human communication, organization and leading abilities.

(4).ablities using foreign language and Computers.

(5).Policies and laws in theTourism Management

(6).The newest theory of the major and its development trends.

(7).The search methods ofScientific documents and Info processing methods.

(8)the using ability inTourism Public Affair Management and creative ability

3.Major Orientations Tourism Management

4.Main Subjects Business Management

5.Main Courses

Management Theory; Economics; Marketing; Economic Laws; Organizational Bahaviors; Tourism Resources; Tourism Information Management; Tourism Practice Management; Tourism Planning and Development; Tourism Electronic Business; Festival Planning and Exhibition Management

6.Course Program

Common Essential Courses

0701A07S

Advanced Mathematics(3)

0701A10S

Linear Algebra (II)

0701A11S

Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics

7101A01S

Foreign Language

5301A01S

ComputerFoundation

5301A10S

VB Programming

7302A01S

Physical Education

Humane, social science and economics courses

7201B01S

Buliding of Morality and Law Essentials

7201B03S

Principles of Marxism

7201B02S

Outlines ofChinaModern History

7201B04S

Theories of Mao,Deng and Jiang

1601B01S

Military Theory

7201B29S

Science History and Science Philosophy

7201B30S

Contemporary World Economy and Politics

9201B01S

Undergraduates Health Education

9201B02S

Guide to Undergraduates Employment

Subject Essential Compulsory Courses

0601C01S

Management Theory

0606C31S

Micro-economics

0606C32S

Macro-economics

0603C01S

Statistics

0603C02S

Accounting Theory

0603C03S

Financial Management

0606C05S

Economic Law

0601C02S

Organizational Bahaviors

0604C01S

Human Resources Management

0607C03S

Operational Research (1)

0607C01S

Database Management System

0609C01S

Major Chairs

0609C02S

Tourism English Language

0609C03S

Tourism Management Information System

0609C05S

TourismMarketing

0609C31S

ChinaTraditional Culture

Subject Essential Elective Courses

0607C21S

Operational Research (2)

0605C33S

International Trades

0609C30S

Public Relation

0601C27S

Technical Economics

0606C01S

Finance

0604C05S

Development of Management Skills

0601C07S

Projects Management

Compulsory Courses of Major Orientation

0609E06S

Tourism Resources

0609E07S

Tourism Practice Management (1)

0609E08S

Tourism Practice Management (2)

0609E09S

Tourism Electronic Business

0609E10S

Tourism Planning Development and Management

0609E11S

Exhibition,Tourism and Festival Planning

Elective Courses of Major Orientation

0609E12S

Tourism Psychology

0609E13S

Social Study

0609E14S

World Classic Arts Appreciation

0609E15S

Tourism Laws

0609E16S

Tourism Advertisement

0609E17S

Tourism International Documents Reading

0609E18S

Tourism English Language Practice

0609E19S

Tourism Economics

0609E20S

International Tourism Cases Analysis

0609E21S

Tourism Consumption

0609E22S

CRM System Development

0609E23S

Tourism Information Management

0609E24S

Tourism Guest Sourse Countries

0609E25S

Tourism Webpages Design & Manufacture

Human Resources Management

Course Program

1.Training Targets

The target is to make the students master the theory inManagement, Economy, Law, Development and Management of Human Resourses.They willdoDevelopment and Management of Human Resoursesand scientific researchin the enterprises, government and schools, etc..

2. Major Features and Training Requirements

The students will study thetheory in the Management, Economics, Development and Management of Human Resourse,and receive the basic Methods and skills training in Development and Management of Human Resourse.The graduates should master:

(1).the theory and principles in Management, Economics, Development and Management of Human Resourse.

(2).the qualititive and quantititive analysis methods in the Development and Management of Human Resourse

(3).the abilities of lingual expression, human communication, organizing and leading.

(4).ablities using foreign language and Computers.

(5).Policies, regulation and laws in the Development and Management of Human Resourse.

(6).The newest theory of the major and its development trends.

(7).The search methods ofScientific documents.

3.Major Orientations

Human Resources Development and Management.

4.Main Subjects

Business Management, Economics.

5.Main Courses Management Theory; Micro-economics; Macro-economics; Management Information Systems; Statistics; Accounting Theory; Economic Law; Organizational Bahaviors; Human Resources Development and Management; Labour Economics; Social Security; Theory and Practice of Personnel Evaluation; Work Analysis and Design; Performance Management; Pay Management.

6.Course Program

Common Essential Courses

0701A07S

Advanced Mathematics(3)

0701A10S

Linear Algebra (II)

0701A11S

Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics

7101A01S

Foreign Language

5301A01S

Computer Foundation

5301A10S

VB Programming

7302A01S

Physical Education

Humane, social science and economics courses

7201B01S

Buliding of Morality and Law Essentials

7201B03S

Principles of Marxism

7201B02S

Outlines ofChinaModern History

7201B04S

Theories of Mao,Deng and Jiang

1601B01S

Military Theory

7201B29S

Science History and Science Philosophy

7201B30S

Contemporary World Economic and Politics

9201B01S

Undergraduates Health Education

9201B02S

Guide to Undergraduates Employment

Subject Essential Compulsory Courses

0607C08S

Computer Management Technology

0607C01S

Database Management System

0606C31S

Micro-Economics

0601C01S

Management Theory

0606C32S

Macro-economics

0603C01S

Statistics

0603C02S

Accounting Theory

0602C01S

Marketing

0607C02S

Management Information System

0604C01S

Human Resources Management

0603C03S

Financial Management

0601C02S

Organization Bahavior

0606C05S

Economic Law

0607C03S

Operational Research (1)

0106C41S

Modern Industrial Manufacturing Technology

0604C02S

Major Chairs

Subject Essential Elective Courses

0604C05S

Management Skills Development

0606C08S

Game Theory

0608C08S

Finance

0607C21S

Projects Management

0602C17S

Logistics Management

0601C24S

Production and Operation Management

0609C30S

Public Relationship

0605C27S

International Business Administration

0602C23S

Negociation Skills and Personnel Promotion

0607C04S

Operational Research (2)

0601C27S

Technology Economics

Compulsory Courses of Major Orientation

0604E01S

Human Resources Management Psychology

0604E02S

Social Security

0604E03S

Labour Economics

0604E04S

Personnel Evaluation Theory and Practice

0604E05S

Work Analysis and Design

0604E06S

Performance Management

0604E07S

Pay Management

0604E08S

Labour Law

Elective Courses of Major Orientation

0604E10S

Foreign Language in Major

0604E11S

Personnel Public Administration

0604E12S

Interpersonal Relation and Communication Arts

0608E06S

Insurances Theory

0604E13S

Training Management

0604E14S

Human Resources Planning

0604E15S

Human Resources Management Information Systems

0604E16S

Leadership Science and Arts

0604E17S

Human Resources Accounting

eting

Course Program

1.Training Targets

The target is to make the students master the theory in Marketing,Management, Economy, Law.They willdoMarketing, Managementand scientific researchin the enterprises, government and schools, etc..

2. Major Features and Training Requirements

The students will study thetheory in theMarketing andManagement, and receive theMarketingMethods and skills training.The graduates should master:

(1).the theory and principles in Management, Economics, andModern Marketing.

(2).the qualititive and quantititive analysis methods in theMarketing.

(3).the abilities of lingual expression, human communication,Analyzing and solving Marketing Problems.

(4).ablities using foreign language and Computers.

(5).Policies, regulation and laws in theMarketing.

(6).The newest theory of the major and its development trends.

(7).The search methods ofScientific documents, ability inScience Research andpractical work..

3.Major Orientations

Marketing

4.Main Subjects

Business Management; Economics

5.Main Courses

Advertisement and Enterprises Images Design; Market Investigation and Prediction; Promotion Management; Enterprises Competition Stratergy; Personnel Promotion and Negociation Skills; Comsumers Bahaviors; ManagementTheory; Marketing; Statistics; Economic Law; Marketing Channel Management

6.Course Program

Common Essential Courses

0701A07S

Advanced Mathematics(3)

0701A10S

Linear Algebra (II)

0701A11S

Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics

7101A01S

Foreign Language

5301A01S

Computer Foundation

5301A10S

VBProgramming

7302A01S

Physical Education

Humane, social science and economics courses

7201B01S

Buliding of Morality and Law Essentials

7201B03S

Principles of Marxism

7201B02S

Outlines ofChinaModern History

7201B04S

Theories of Mao,Deng and Jiang

1601B01S

Military Theory

7201B29S

Science History and Science Philosophy

7201B30S

Contemporary World Economic and Politics

9201B01S

Undergraduates Health Education

9201B02S

Guide to Undergraduates Employment

Subject Essential Compulsory Courses

0601C01S

Management Theory

0606C31S

Micro-economics

0606C32S

Macro-economics

0603C01S

Statistics

0603C02S

Accounting Theory

0603C03S

Financial Management

0606C05S

Economic Law

0602C01S

Marketing

0607C01S

Database Management Systems

0607C02S

Management Information Systems

0607C03S

Operational Research (1)

0605C28S

International Trade Theory and Practice

0607C08S

Computer Management Technology

0601C26S

Technical Economics

0604C01S

Human Resources Management

0106C41S

Modern Industrial Manufacturing Technology

0602C02S

Major Chairs

Subject Essential Elective Courses

0607C30S

Electronic Business

0605C30S

Transnational Corporation Management

0601C22S

QualityManagement

0608C08S

Finance Theory

0602C03S

Industrial Products Marketing

0602C04S

Enterprises Ethnics

0602C05S

Specific Subjects on New Materials and New Technology

0607C04S

Operational Research (2)

0601C07S

Projects Management

Compulsory Courses of Major Orientation

0602E05S

Advertisement and Enterprises Images Design

0602E06S

Market Investigation and Prediction

0602E07S

Promotion Management

0602E08S

Enterprises Competition Stratergy

0602E09S

Personnel Promotion and Negociation Skills

0602E10S

Marketing Channel Management

0602E11S

Comsumers Bahaviors

Elective Courses of Major Orientation

0602E12S

Networks Marketing

0602E13S

Brand Management

0602E14S

International Marketing

0602E15S

Technology Marketing

0609E32S

ChinaTraditional Culture

0608C06S

Insurances

0602E16S

Service Marketing

0602E17S

Logistics Management

0602E18S

Specific Subjects on Contemporary Marketing

0602E19S

Logics

0609C30S

Public Relation

0602E20S

Enterprises Planning

0601E24S

Production and Operation Management

0602E21S

Foreign Language in Major

Information Management and Information System

Course Program

1.Training Targets

The target is to make the students master the theoryinModern Management, Computer Science and Technology, systems ideas, Analysis and Design of Information Systems, and Information Management.They willwork in diverse governmental departments, the enterprises, financial departments,scientific research institutes,etc.

2. Major Features and Training Requirements

The students will study theTheory ofManagement theory,Economics, QuantityAnalysis Methods,Management ofInformation Resources,Computer and Information System, receive training in Information System Design Methods and Information Management Methods, and analizy and solve the problems.The graduates should master:

(1).the theory in Information Management and Information System.

(2).the Analysis, Design and implementation Methods of Management Information Systems.

(3).the abilities in Information organization,Analysis and Research, transmission and Development.

(4).ability in Analysing and solving Problem.

(5).The newest theory of the major and its development trends.

(6).The abilities in searchingScientific documents and research and work

3.Major Orientations Management Information Systems

4.Main SubjectsManagement Theory; Economics; Computer Science and Technology

5.Main Courses

Economics; Accounting Theory; Marketing; Production and Operation Management; Management Theory; Operational Research; System Engineering; Data Structure; Database Principles and Application; Computer Networks; Information Resources Management; Management Information Systems; Decision Making Support Systems; Electronic Business; ERP Principles and Application; Networks Programming; Prediction and Decision Making Methods,etc.

6.Course Program

Common Essential Courses

0701A07S

Advanced Mathematics(3)

0701A10S

Linear Algebra (II)

0701A11S

Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics

7101A01S

Foreign Language

5301A09S

C Language Programming

5301A01S

Computer Foundation

7302A01S

Physical Education

Humane, social science and economics courses

7201B01S

Buliding of Morality and Law Essentials

7201B03S

Principles of Marxism

7201B02S

Outlines ofChinaModern History

7201B04S

Theories of Mao,Deng and Jiang

1601B01S

Military Theory

7201B29S

Science History and Science Philosophy

7201B30S

Contemporary World Economic and Politics

9201B01S

Undergraduates Health Education

9201B02S

Guide to Undergraduates Employment

Subject Essential Compulsory Courses

0601C01S

Management Theory

0606C21S

Economics

0603C02S

Accounting Theory

0601C23S

Production and Operation Management

0602C01S

Marketing

0607C11S

Data Structure

0607C12S

System Development

Foundation

0607C13S

System Engineering

0607C14S

ManagementStatistics

0607C15S

ComputerNetworks Principles

0607C16S

DatabasePrinciplesandApplication

0607C17S

Operational Research (1)

0607C18S

Prediction and Decision Making Methods

0607C19S

Major Chairs

Subject Essential Elective Courses

0106C43S

Modern Industrial Manufacturing Technology

0601C27S

Technical Economics

0606C11S

Economic Law

0603C32S

Financial Management

0604C18S

Human Resources Management

0605C33S

International Trade

0608C08S

Finance Theory

0609C30S

Public Relation

0605C32S

International Finance

0607C04S

Operational Research (2)

Compulsory Courses of Major Orientation

0607E27S

EPR Principles and Application

0607E26S

Management Information Systems

0607E28S

Networks Programming

0607E25S

Information Resources Management

0607C38S

Logistics and Supply Link Management

0607E29S

Electronic Business

0607E30S

Decision Making Support Systems

Elective Courses of Major Orientation

0607E23S

PB Application

Foundation

0607E35S

Practice in Accounting Computerized

0607E21S

Projects Management

0607E37S

Animation Manufacture

0607E33S

Websites Design

0607E24S

Database Programming

0607E32S

Programming Language (Delphi)

0607E36S

Foreign Language in Major

0602E12S

Networks Marketing

0607E31S

Customers Relation Management Systems

0607E20S

Java Programming

0607E22S

Information Security

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