Program Structure



The curriculum comprises 45-credit courses, a dissertation, an overseas study trip, and an optional exchange programme with partner universities.    

Teaching Method: Face-to-Face.


   Compulsory Courses:

  1. Pre-school Education    

Semester 1

   Compulsory Courses:

  1. Financial Accounting
  2. Theory and Practice of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics in the New Era (for Chinese students)
  3. English for Academic purposes
  4. Data, Model & Decision
  5. Management Economics
  6. Organizational Behavior
  7. Operations Strategy

Semester 2

   Compulsory Courses:

  1. Strategic Management
  2. Chinese Law Environment and System
  3. Marketing Management
  4. Chinese Economy in a Global View
  5. Scientific Writing, Integrity and Ethics
  6. Operation Management
  7. Enterprises Practice Project
  8. Dialectic of Nature
  9. Corporate Finance

 Semester 3
   I. Elective Courses (Only 16 credits will be arranged):          

Elective Courses Subject
Business Strategy and Leadership Analysis and Use of Financial Statement
Business Model Design & Innovation
Communication Management
Competition and Strategy
Entrepreneurship and Leadership
International Business
International Commercial Negotiation
Management Ethics
Mergers and Acquisitions
Organizational Leadership & Change
Securities Analysis
Sun Tzu on The Art of War
The Valuation of Companies
Topics on China's Economy
Business Simulation
Corporate Governance
Data Analysis and Decision Making Big Data and Managerial Decision-Making
Designing and Managing Supply Chains
Economics of Platform: Theory & Applications
Electronic Commerce
Generating Business Value from Information Systems
Human Resource Management
Monetary Theory and Policy
Psychology/Behavior and Decision Making
The System Methodology in Management
The Economics of Taxation
Humanities, Social Sciences, and Global Perspectives Chinese Society and Chinese Governance
Fundamental Questions for Human Life
Humanistic Interpretation of Poetry
Rational Emotion and Psychological Adjustment
Consumer Behavior Analysis
International Study Tour
Artificial Intelligence and Innovation Artificial Intelligence and Commercial Application
Artificial Intelligence Industrial Ecologies and Investments
Product Research and Innovation Management in AI Era

   II. International Exchange: 3-6 Month International Exchange at partner schools worldwide


Semester 4

   Compulsory Courses:


Assessment Methods

The assessment methods within this programme encompass a variety of approaches, including examinations, projects, assignments, presentations, case studies, group work, class participation, internships, capstone projects or thesis, and peer and self-assessments. These comprehensive and diverse assessment methods aim to evaluate not just students' knowledge, but also their application of this knowledge to practical contexts, their critical thinking abilities, and their skills in collaboration and communication.


Graduation Requirements                         


Lifelong Learning Opportunities