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MSc Program in Management

Background

SEBA currently has two academic MSc programs in management and economics respectively, covering three first-level disciplines: Business Administration, Management Science and Engineering and Applied Economics.

The MSc Program in Management is divided into two disciplines:


l  Business Administration:

Founded in 1937 as CQU Business College and gathering a large number of China's leading scholars led by Dr. Ma Yinchu, such as Ding Hongfan, Zhu Zuhui, Ye Yuanlong, Pan Xulun, etc., our school was for long time the top one in China in this discipline and currently it also represents one of the most powerful forces in academic research and talent training.


This discipline works on a mission to meet the major needs of development across the country and the western regions and has achieved significant research advantages.


l  Management Science and Engineering:

The discipline was approved as a Master Degree-granting Station for Construction Economics and Management in 1984, which was adjusted into a Master Degree-granting Station for Management Science and Engineering in 1997.


This discipline took part in the development of Project 985 "Research on the Economic Development of Less Developed Regions in China" philosophical and social science innovation base, the national "Project 211" key disciplines and Chongqing "Manufacturing System Engineering" key laboratory.


In 2010, the discipline was approved to set up the "Chongqing Key Laboratory of Modern Logistics" and the "Chongqing Modern Logistics Productivity Promotion Center" and participated in the establishment and construction of the "Chongqing Economics and Management Experiment Teaching Demonstration Center", recognized as an important research base and talent training base of Management Science and Engineering in China, especially in western regions. The discipline is designed to carry out fundamental theory and application research according to the regional economic development and actual business needs, particularly in combination with such sectors as manufacturing, modern services and real estate.

 

Learning Goals

The learning goals of SEBA's academic MSc programs in economics and management are highly aligned with the school's mission of "To build a global vision with local relevance, to develop new management knowledge and cultivate outstanding talents", specifically as follows:

Learning   Goals

Goal   1

Our graduates will grasp the systematic theory and professional knowledge in economics and management discipline and have a global vision and ability of critical thinking.

Goal   2

Our graduates will have the ability to interpret business systems and analyze business issues.

Goal   3

Our graduates will have the ability to put forward solutions to business issues.

Goal   4

Our graduates will have the ability to use management research methodology and technology for scientific research.

Goal   5

Our graduates will have teamwork and communication skills.


Core Courses of MSc programs in Management:

#

Course Name

Credit

1

Modern   Management Theory & Methodology

3

2

Intermediate   Economics

3

3

Operations   Research

2


MSc Program in Economics

Background

The MSc Program in Economics started from the establishment of our "Technological Economics" Master Degree Station in 1991, and in 1993, our school began to set up such research directions as Quantitative Economics, Financial Securities and Industrial Economics at the Doctoral Degree Station of Technological Economics (adjusted as "Technological Economics & Management" in 1998), and since 1996, has gradually set up such Master Degree Stations as Industrial Economics, Quantitative Economics, Finance, Regional Economics and International Trade.


In 2005, the first-level discipline Master Degree Station of Applied Economics was set up. The discipline and research work platform that we rely on is CQU "National Project 985" philosophical and social science research base "Institute of Research on the Economic Development of Less Developed Regions in China", which is composed of a number of research centers, including the Economic Development Theory & Innovation of Less Developed Regions, Investment/Financing System & Investment/Financing Structure Optimization in the Economic Development of Less Developed Regions, Sustainable Development & Circular Economy of Less Developed Regions, Rural Finance & Human Resources, etc.

 

Learning Goals

The learning goals of SEBA's academic graduate students in Applied Economics are highly aligned with the school's mission of "To build a global vision and stick to local practice, to develop new management knowledge and cultivate outstanding talents", specifically as follows: 

Learning Goals

Goal 1

Our graduates will grasp the fundamental theory, professional knowledge and skills in economics discipline, and have a global vision and ability of critical thinking.

Goal 2

Our graduates will have the ability to interpret and analyze economic issues.

Goal 3

Our graduates will have the ability to use the economic research methodology and technology for scientific research.

Goal 4

Our graduates will have teamwork and communication skills.


Core Courses of MSc program in Economics: 

#

Course Name

Credit

1

Economic   Research Methodology

3

2

Intermediate   Economics

2

3

Mathematical   Economics

2

4

Economic Game   Theory

2