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    Doctoral Program

    Discipline and Specialties

    The SoM offers two types of doctoral program, i.e., Doctor of Management and Doctor of Economics. There are two post-doctoral research stations, two doctoral stations in the first-level disciplines, one doctoral station in the second-level station. This discipline acquired the authority to confer doctoral degrees in management engineering in 1986 and in construction economics in 1993. In 1997, with the national adjustment of faculties and disciplines, Management Science and Engineering was combined to be a first-level discipline to confer PhD degrees. In 1998, this discipline acquired the authority to confer doctoral degrees in technology economics. The first level discipline of Management Science and Engineering was approved as the National Key Discipline in 2001, which successfully passed the evaluation of national key discipline in 2006. In 2003, the discipline acquired the authority to confer doctoral degrees in Business Administration. In 2005, it was approved to set up the first-level discipline doctoral station in Business Administration. As to September, 2015, the discipline has 56 doctoral supervisors, 137 master supervisors (including doctoral supervisors). 

     

    Doctoral Programs and Majors

     

    Programs

     

    Majors

    Date Program Established

    Average Time to Complete Degree

     

    Doctor of
    Management

    Management Science   and Engineering

    1986 

    3-4 years

    Business Administration

    2003

     

    Distribution of Doctoral Supervisors

    Discipline

    Domestic supervisors

    Adjunct Supervisors

    Overseas Adjunct Supervisors

    Total

    Management Science and
      Engineering

    20

    1

    3

    24

    Business Administration

    29

    0

    0

    29

    Public Administration

    3

    0

    0

    3

    Introduction to the Disciplines

    National Key Discipline         Management Science and Engineering

    SoM acquired the authority to confer PhD degrees in Management Engineering in 1986 and in Construction Economics and Management in 1993. In 1997, with the national adjustment of faculties and disciplines, Management Science and Engineering were combined to be a first-level discipline to confer PhD degrees. The postdoctoral research station of Management Science and Engineering was set up in 1994. This discipline was awarded the provincial key discipline in 2000 and national key discipline in 2001. The main research areas are listed as follows.


           Main Research Areas

    Management Information System and Decision Support System

    Construction Economics and Management

    Optimization and Informatization in the National Defense Industry Management Systems

    Intelligent Management of Urban Traffic

    Theories and Methods of Performance Management

     

    Provincial Key Discipline      Business Administration

    This discipline, developed from the previous Department of Engineering Economics and Department of Management Engineering, is one of the earliest organizations that conducted teaching and research in this field. It acquired the authority to confer PhD degrees in Technical Economics and Management, and then in Enterprise Management in 2003. It was approved to set up the first-level discipline doctoral station in Business Administration in 2005 and awarded the provincial key discipline in 2006. With preferential support from the National 985 Program, this discipline advances rapidly and remains at the domestic top level in both research and teaching. In addition, the long term collaboration with the overseas well-known universities has greatly promotes it towards globalization. The main research areas are listed as follows.

     

    Main Research Areas

    Technological Innovation and Management

    Enterprise Operations Management: Theories, Methods and Realizing Techniques

    International Manufacturing Strategy

    Marketing Innovation in the Context of New Media

    Strategic Management of Energy Resources and Their Sustainable Development

    Organizational Innovation and Organizational Change in the Context of Informatization

     

    Provincial Key Discipline      Public Administration

    In 1998, with the national adjustment of faculties and disciplines, Public Administration became a first-level discipline in management faculty. Taking globalization and internationalization as positioning, this discipline seeks collaboration and exchange with many overseas well-known universities, including Delft University of Technology in Netherland, George Mason University, MIT and Carnegie Mellon University in the USA, Cambridge University in the UK and so on, which facilitates its development at a rapid speed and cultivation of public administration talents with international perspectives. The main research areas are listed as follows.


           Main Research Areas

    Government Innovation and Public Policy Analysis

    Public Group Decision and Regional Innovation System

    Infrastructure Policy and Management

     

     

     

     

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