The discipline of Management Science mainly educated advanced decision-making talents with management technology. Students are required to have solid background of mathematics, information technology and system science and professional knowledge of accounting and finance, production and planning, sales and market and so on. Graduates are supposed to master basic theory of management science and to have the capability to analyze enterprise activity and society economic activity through advanced management idea, system method, quantity model and information technology.


Duration, Degree Conferment and Graduation Requirement

Duration: Four years.

Degree: bachelor degree of management

Requirement: 157.5 credits are required for graduation (including practical subjects and dissertation).


Courses and their credits and proportion are as follows:

Course classes



General electives



Basic courses



Specialized course



Practical subjects







Basic courses include Introduction to Management (3 credits), Microeconomics (3 credits), Macroeconomics (3 credits), Operational Research (3 credits), Accounting (2 credits), Database Technology and Application (3.5 credits) and Commercial Law (2 credits), Probability and Mathematical Statistics (3 credits), Complex Variables Functions (2 credits), Mathematical Equations (2 credits) and Computational Method (2 credits).


Specialized courses are composed of compulsory courses and selective courses, with compulsory courses including Marketing (3 credits), Operations Management (3 credits), Project Management (2.5 credits), Introduction to Human Resource Management (2 credits), Financial Management (2 credits), Social Investigation and Forecast Method (3 credits), Computer Networks and Communications (3 credits), Management Information System (2 credits). Selective courses include Investment Theory (2 credits), E-commerce and Practice (3 credits), Oriented Principles and Practice (2.5 credits), Information System Analysis and Design (2 credits), Project of Information System Development (experiment) (1 credit), Simulation of Business Operations (experiment) (2 credits), ERP Theory and Practice (experiment) (2 credits), Econometrics (3.5 credits), International Economics (2 credits), Organizational Behavior (2 credits), Decision Making Technology and Application (3 credits), Statistical Software (3.5 credits), Networking Management (2 credits) and Management Strategy Model (2 credits).