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Graduate
Master of Business Administration program

Core Disciplines

MBA program includes the below four research directions: Finance and Risk Management, Finance and Investment, Operation and Quality Management, and IT Project Management.

Main Courses

With the ideal of ‘responsible, diligent, resourceful, cooperative, modest’, based on information & manufacturing industries, upon the support of superior disciplines, MBA program aims at cultivating senior executives with creative spirit and practical ability, international vision and sense of social responsibility. By now, MBA program has formed its distinguished feature of ‘integration of the superior disciplines with the industry partners, excellent teaching team, colorful extracurricular activities,professional guidance in career planning, various opportunities of international communication and cooperation’.
Direction A: Finance and Risk Management
This direction aims at studying theories and practices related to identification, measurement, evaluation, prediction, and resolution of a variety of risks for enterprise in the process of asset purchase, financing, and other financial activities.
Direction B: Finance and Investment
This direction aims at exploring operation models of non-banking financial institutions such as securities companies and insurance companies, and studying monetary market, capital market, and international financial market, and studying theories and practices of monetary market, capital market, and international financial market.
Direction C: Operation and Quality Management
This direction aims at studying theories and practices related to resource allocation in corporate operation system, operation planning and control, inventory control and management, equipments and facilities management, supply chain management, quality and standardization, and quality control and management.
Direction D: IT Project Management
Based upon the developed IT industry in Beijing Municipality, this direction aims at studying theories and practices of project management in IT related fields, including project planning and control, financing and evaluation, operation and quality, etc.

Graduate
Professional Master of Industrial Engineering program

Core Disciplines

This program includes the below four research directions: Production Planning and Management, Quality Control and Management, Service Operation Management, and Engineering Project Management.

Main Courses

Direction A: Production Planning and Management
This direction is devoted to exploring theories, technologies, and methodologies related to production planning and management so as to enhancing capabilities of solving actual problems in production practices.
Direction B: Quality Control and Management
This direction is devoted to exploring theories, technologies, and methodologies related to quality management and control so as to enhancing capabilities of solving actual problems in quality management practices.
Direction C: Service Operation Management
This direction is devoted to exploring theories, technologies, and methodologies related to service operation management so as to enhancing capabilities of solving actual problems in service operation management practices.
Direction D: Engineering Project Management
This direction is devoted to exploring theories, technologies, and methodologies related to engineering project management so as to enhancing capabilities of solving actual problems in engineering project management practices.

Graduate
Management Science and Engineering

Core Disciplines

This discipline equips with high quality teaching staff and has obtained rich research achievements including publishing 12 monographs and over 60 high quality academic papers and winning one national award and 4 provincial awards in recent years. Four programs are available for this discipline: Technology Management and Knowledge Management, Systematic Engineering and Project Management, Knowledge Engineering and Information System, and Quality Science and Engineering. At the same time, Resource Cyclic Management Engineering as a secondary discipline is established in this discipline.

Main Courses

Direction A: Technology Management and Knowledge Management
This direction focuses on the below research areas: theories and applications of technology management, knowledge management, and quality science and engineering.
Direction B: Systematic Engineering and Project Management
This direction focuses on the below research areas: project decision making and evaluation, project risk management, project operation management, management of decision making, and innovation management.
Direction C: Knowledge Engineering and Information System
This direction focuses on the below research areas: knowledge representation, knowledge acquisition, knowledge assimilation and accommodation, knowledge fusion, as well as theories, methodologies, technologies and applications of information system.
Direction D: Quality Science and Engineering
This direction focuses on the below research areas: theories and applications of quality management, theories and technologies of quality control, theories and technologies of quality engineering, and quality and standardization management.
Secondary discipline: Resource Cyclic Management Engineering
This secondary discipline combines traditional theories of environmental engineering, with advanced theories of cyclic economics and management science and engineering. It aims at the below research areas: resources cycling in society, economy and engineering from the perspective of cyclic resource management technology, informatization of cyclic resource, and development of cyclic economy.

Graduate
Business Administration

Core Disciplines

This discipline equips with superior teaching staff and has obtained fruitful research achievements including publishing 18 monographs and over 70 high quality academic papers and winning one national award and 5 provincial awards in recent years. And three secondary disciplines are offered in this primary discipline, which are Corporate Management, Accounting, and Technology Economics and Management.

Main Courses

Secondary discipline: Corporate Management
This secondary discipline has achieved influential academic research results including publishing 8 monographs and over 40 high quality academic papers, and winning one provincial awards in recent years. Five research directions are provided by this discipline: Production Operation and Quality Management, Accounting and Financial Management, Corporate Project Management, and Human Resources Management.
Direction A: Production Operation and Quality Management
This direction is devoted to cultivating researchers in the field of corporate operation management and production quality management. And the research areas of this direction include behavioral theory, operation management, quality management, etc.
Direction B: Accounting and Financial Management
This direction is devoted to cultivating professionals in the field of corporate financial management and corporate accounting. And the research areas of this direction include internationalization of small and medium enterprises’ finance and service enterprises’ financial management and accounting.
Direction C: Corporate Project Management
This direction is devoted to cultivating professionals in the field of enterprises’ project management, project financing, project evaluation, etc. And the research areas of this direction include application and general laws of project management in production process and theories, methodologies and applications of enterprises’ project evaluation.
Direction D: Marketing Management
This direction is devoted to cultivating professionals in the field of corporate marketing management. The research emphases of this direction include exploring the marketing characteristics of producer services based upon the combination of virtual operation and development of producer services, investigating the links and differences between function exchange market and final product market of producer services, and studying how enterprises conduct effective marketing activities in the above two markets.
Direction E: Human Resources Management
This direction is devoted to cultivating professionals in the field of corporate human resource management. And the research areas of this direction include human resources strategy, human resource management system design, selection and training of personnel, compensation management, incentive mechanism, etc.
Secondary discipline: Accounting
This secondary discipline has a stable and high quality academic team, and it also has established long-term cooperation with a number of firms and enterprises. Two research areas are provided by this discipline including Accounting Theory and Methodology and Corporate Finance.
Direction A: Accounting Theory and Methodology
The characteristic of this direction is the combination of theories and practices. The focus of this direction on the macro-level is exploring to establish basic theories of financial accounting in the context of socialist market economy and the focus on the micro-level is exploring the models and methods to strengthen corporate management taking the advantage of accounting management under the context of economic globalization and knowledge economy.
Direction B: Corporate Finance
The research focuses of this direction are on exploring basic laws of corporate finance operation using the experience of financial theories and practices in developed countries for reference, and studying the methods and ways to promote enterprises’ development by means of modern financial models.
Secondary discipline: Technology Economics and Management
This secondary discipline has achieved fruitful academic research outcomes including publishing 63 monographs and over 40 high quality academic papers, and winning one provincial award in recent years. At the same time, this discipline is always devoted to serving public sectors and enterprises in decision making, and has quite positive influence in the society. Three research directions are provided by this discipline: Technology Management and Policies, Technology Economics Theory and Methodology, and Technology Innovation Management and Decision Making.
Direction A: Technology Management and Policies
The research areas of this direction mainly include theories, methodologies and policies of technology management, and technology evaluation.
Direction B: Technology Economics Theory and Methodology
This direction aims at exploring theories and methodology systems of project techno-economic analysis, covering evaluation technologies and methods on all stages in the implementation of projects, and the frontier theories and advanced experiences of project management.
Direction C: Technology Innovation Management and Decision Making
This direction focuses on the below research areas: corporate technology innovation, technology strategy, technology evolution, technology innovation capability, corporate core competitive capability, research and development management, innovative organization, innovation management and decision making, formation mechanism and development pattern of corporate technological progress, etc.

Graduate
Applied Economics

Core Disciplines

This discipline equips with excellent teaching staff and has obtained fruitful research achievements, including publishing 21 monographs and over 150 high quality academic papers in recent years. And three secondary disciplines are offered in this discipline, which are National Economics, Finance, and Quantitative Economics.

Main Courses

Secondary discipline: National Economics
In recent three years, this secondary discipline has published 8 monographs and over 40 high quality academic papers. Two directions are available for this discipline: International Trade and Industrial Economy and Policy.
Direction A: International Trade
This direction focuses on the below research areas: theories and policies of international trade, theories and practices of international service trade, and theories and practices of international enterprises’ mergers and acquisitions.
Direction B: Industrial Economy and Policy
This direction focuses on the below research areas: theories and policies of industrial economy, theories and policies of service industrial economy, and theories and policies of information industry.
Secondary discipline: Finance
In recent three years, this secondary discipline has published 7 monographs, and over 60 high quality academic papers. Three directions are available for this discipline: Financial Risk Management, Financial Investment Analysis, and Technology Finance.
Direction A: Financial Risk Management
This direction, based upon complexity theory and portfolio theory, focuses on the research area of risk control issues including credit, investment, interest, and exchange rate of financial institutions such as commercial banks, securities companies, insurance companies, and fund management companies.
Direction B: Financial Investment Analysis
This direction, based upon complexity theory, game theory, information economics, and behavior finance, offers a systematic study on theories of financial decision analysis, especially with a focus on investment decision in commercial banks, security companies, insurance companies, etc.
Direction C: Technology Finance
This direction, based on financial innovation theory and technological innovation theory, focuses on the below research areas: theories and practices of equity investment (PE/VC), capital market, technology bank, Internet bank, technology warranties, technology insurance, technology leasing, etc.
Secondary discipline: Quantitative Economics
This secondary discipline has published 6 monographs and over 40 high quality academic papers. Three directions are available for this discipline: Theory and Model of Macro-economics, Theory and Model of Micro-economics, Game Theory and Experiments with Economics Principles.
Direction A: Theory and Model of Macro-economics
This direction is engaged in the below research area: theories of macro-economics, econometric model, non-linear economic model, input-output model, etc.
Direction B: Theory and Model of Micro-economics
This direction is engaged in the below research area: theories of micro-economics, econometric model in micro-economy, input-output model for enterprises, etc.
Direction C: Game Theory and Experiments with Economics Principles
This direction is engaged in the below research area: game theory, economic simulation, experiments with economics principles, application of methods and models in economics, etc.