Our school now has two national key primary disciplines, namely Theoretical Economics and Applied Economics, including subordinate majors such as Political Economy, History of Economic Thought, Economic History, Microeconomics & Macroeconomics, World Economy, Population Resources and Environmental Economics, Regional Economics, Public Finance, Finance, Industrial Economics, International Trade, Labor Economics, Quantitative Economics, and Urban Economics.
Master’s admission is through general examination and exam-exempt recommendation. The training model of master's degree is divided into two categories. One is the research master, focusing on scientific research and underlying theory and cutting-edge knowledge study. This three-year model involves 14 majors and adopts the tutorial system. It is balanced between study and research. The curriculum is composed compulsory courses and elective courses (For more details, please refer to the training program). The other degree is professional master, which is more focused on practice to address the social demand in professionals. The model also takes 2 years, involving 2 majors, i.e., international business and tax. Two tutors are responsible for students’ at-school study and outside-campus practice. The curriculum is composed of compulsory and elective courses.
Guided by the philosophy of Serving China with a Good Knowledge of China, School of Economics has now become a world-recognized and domestically pioneering base for personnel training, economic science research and innovation, and international academic exchange. It is also an important think tank for China's economic reform and development. Tens of thousands of graduate students with a global vision have been trained here to serve the country.