School of Economics & Trade
School of Economics & Trade
School of Economics and Trade currently embodies three majors for undergraduate students (International Economy and Trade, Marketing, Logistics Management) and four majors for associate degree students (International Economy and Trade, Marketing, E-commerce, Logistics Management). There are approximately 2200 students now studying at School of Economics and Trade.



School of Economics & Trade
School of Economics and Trade is devoted to establishing qualified, distinctive and open teaching platform of global scale, which integrated theoretical teaching with the practice. School of Economics and Trade promotes case teaching, emphasizes the English language teaching and stresses international exchange and cooperation.

International Economics and Trade

It is an option for those interested in working for multinational corporations. This option has seen rapid growth in the past few years as more and more students seek positions that will take them to other parts of the globe. Competence in a second language as well as knowledge of foreign cultures and business practices is acquired in this option to complement basic economics and international trade courses. The major courses include: College English, Business Communication and Theory and Practice of International Trade, etc.


This program provides a comprehensive marketing education with a sound business foundation.
It offers training in research, preparation of marketing plans and strategies, computer use, and management. Many graduates have blossomed into innovative talents in such fields, for they have acquired the essential theory of marketing, vocational skills and English competence in communication. The major courses include: Micro Economics, Consumer Behavior, Market Research, Marketing Case and Planning, etc.

Logistics Management

This program prepares individuals to manage and coordinate all logistical functions in an enterprise, such as analysis, sales, customer service, system management, warehouse operations, and dispatching. The compulsory and elective courses include instruction in purchasing, inventory control, storage and handling, just-in-time manufacturing,
logistics planning, shipping and delivery management, transportation, quality control, resource estimation and allocation, and budgeting, etc.

Electronic Commerce

As a new interdisciplinary major, integrating the Computer Science, Marketing, International Trade and Modern Logistics, Electronic Commerce equips students with the knowledge and skills of the latest computer technology, the basic theory of international and domestic trade. The major courses include: Electronic Commerce, Electronic Commerce Research, Webpage Design and Making and SQL server Database, etc.