30 courses found which satisfy the condition "Management Science and Engineering".
Management System Engineering
Applied Statistical Methods
This course is an introduction to the methods and applications of fitting multiple regression and time series models. For regression models, the primary emphasis is on the method of least squares and its many varieties. Topics include the examination of residuals, the transformation of data, strategies and criteria for the selection of a regression equation, the use of dummy variables, tests of fit, and the use and interpretation of computer package regression programs. For time series models, topics include auto-regression and moving average models, identification and fitting, forecasting.
This is a course in international trade theory and policy with an emphasis on real world applications. We will introduce the thoughts and models of remarkable theories such as comparative advantage, factor proportion, and scale economy. We will use partial and general equilibrium analysis to cover a wide range of topics in policies such as tariffs, quotas, VERs, subsidies, anti-dumping, integration, WTO, etc.
Principle of Accounting
Accounting principles mainly about accounting introduction, accountant course and double entry accounting, and accounting vouchers, account books, current assets, long-term assets, liabilities, owner`s equity, expenses and costs, income and profits, financial statements, accounting management content.
"This is a first class in Corporate Finance. This class involves the answers to three questions. First is the capital budgeting decision, which is about what long term investments should the firm take on. Second is the financing decision, which is about how can cash be raised for the required investment. Lastly, it examines short term finance and concern net working capital and discusses the way the firm manage its day-to-day cash and financial affairs. At the end of this course, students should be able to think analytically about portfolio selection, corporate decision making and asset pricing. These skills can also be used as personal financial decisions."
Organization and Management
This course outlines today's major challenges facing the management profession. The course uses interactive exercises, simulations and problems to develop critical skills in negotiations, teamwork and leadership. Students will be introduced to concepts and tools to analyze work and leadership experiences in optional undergraduate fieldwork projects.
Management Information System
The main contents include: the basic concepts and theories of management information system; the basic analyses of various types of information system; development methods of management information system; case analyses of management information system; related issues of information system management.
Money and Finance
This lesson includes the contents as below:the introduction of Financial markets, interest rates, principle of Bank, Model of money supply, financial innovation, monetary policy and so on
Operational research focuses on the basic rules that how human beings use and operate different resources, in order to optimize the profits of limited resources. As a domain about optimization and decision making, operational research plays an important role in economics, science and technology, industry, management, military, etc., and thus highly recognized by higher education systems all over the world. The course will introduce linear programming, transportation, integer programming, graph and network analysis, dynamic programming, decision analysis, game theory, forecasting, optimization, and these contents may increase students` interests on further study in the domain of operational research. The course presents the fundamental ideas and methods used in operational research, which are expected to lead students to use them when facing various real world problems, to determine objects, establish schemes, build models, and obtain solutions, so that they can survive in drastic competitions of this information era.
General Management is a fundamental course for students of management, also an extension course for non-management students. The course will take perspectives of management need, managers, and management process, focus on the framework of management goal, process, and effectiveness, following the lines of institution, decision, planning, motivation, control, cost, change, and mechanism; defining related scope, functions, and rules; investigating theoretical and practical issues; utilizing exercises, simulation, and other types of activities and discussion, with the aim of helping students improve managerial knowledge, practice their managerial capabilities, and grasp managerial laws by taking advantage of multiple angles of material architecture and mechanism. The goal of this course is to help students understand management of fundamental scope, theory, and methodologies; help students improve the abilities of defining, analyzing, and solving problems; help students prepare a foundation for learning subsequent courses; help non-management students equip themselves with management knowledge. The content of this course include management need in globalization; managers, management activities, and management goal; mission, directions, and functions of institutions; design of organizational structure and staffing; problems, routine, and non-routine decisions; goal and planning; team behavior, negotiation, and motivation in operations; standardization, process control, and information system; cost/ benefit of management and performance evaluation; environmental challenges and organizational change; the science and art sides of managerial mechanism; managerial thoughts of leaders and their development.
Project management is a course including concenpt, tool and method about executing the project efficiently. This course expounds the concepts and assessment methods of the project management from strategy level; introduce project scope, network scheduling, resource schedules and risk management etc from the scientific level of project management; and explain how to become a good project manager and how to construct an efficient team from artistic level of project management.
The course introduces basic theory and method in strategy management of enterprise, which includes the meaning, origin and development of strategic management, the analysis of external and internal environment, options for corporate strategy and business unit strategy, common methods of strategic evaluations. It also contains the implementation of the strategic programs in functions of the organizational structure and the areas of strategy and corporate culture, strategies for effective control and cases about strategy management of enterprise at home and abroad. Our purpose is to cultivate students with both international perspective and comprehensive quality to adapt the demand of localization.
"This course will provide a general philosophy for understanding the frameworks of modern regulations, antitrusts and public businesses. By introducing the core ideas, rationality, and principles of sub-division of economic law, and its specific embeddness of Chinese related arguments and practice.
This course introduces logistics/physical distribution and supply, and the related costs. It provides a systematic overview and analysis of the elements of logistics functions in widely varying types of industries and agencies, including handling, warehousing, inventory control and financial controls.
Organizational Behavior in Public and Nonprofit Organizations is the core course in the training of students in public administration and management. This course will teach the following topics: motivation; leadership; decision-making; organizational structure; organizational change and development.
Human Resource Management
The course of Human Resource Management(HRM) is the science of a set of theories, principles and methods of developing ,improving human resources quality, as well as how to use human resource reasonably. It is amajor foundation course that trains students the basic theories, knowledge and abilities related to human resource management. Its main contents include HRM overview,HRM strategy and planning, job analysis, staff recruitment, human resource performance evaluation and assessment, compensation system, employee relations, and etc.
Political Economics is one of the core courses required by all of the majors in School of Economics. The course contains the analysis of the relationship of production and of the development process of the capitalist economy. The purpose of this course is to allow the students to learn and understand the basic methods and theories of Marxist economics.
Marketing Management is designed to serve as an introduction to the theory and practice of marketing. Students will improve their ability to develop effective marketing strategies and assess market opportunities, as well as design strategy implementation programs. In addition, students will have the opportunity to communicate and defend their recommendations and build upon the recommendations of their peers. We will explore the theory and applications of marketing concepts through a mix of cases, discussions, lectures, guest speakers, individual assignments, and group projects. We will draw materials from a variety of sources and settings including services, consumer and business-to-business products.
This course teaches macroeconomics at the intermediate level. It elaborates on the main macro economics topics including national income, money and inflation, unemployment, business cycles and economics growth. The basic analytical framework such as the IS-LM model is taught through which the key macro economic variables and their interactions can be studied. The course also discusses government economic policies and their implications. As time permits, a brief introductory to modern macroeconomics theories will be given.
This course will discuss the basic principles of microeconomics, but in a more formal and structured way than the introductory economics does. The topics will include the classical price theory (consumer choice, producer theory and market equilibrium analysis), market failure (externality and public goods), as well as some recent exciting developments in game theory and information economics. While we try as much as possible to demonstrate the beauty and rigor of microeconomic theories, we will apply these analytical tools to the real world and test the validity of their predictions. I will use many real world examples to show the relevance and power of economic thinking. To be sure, the principles we will cover in this course provide the foundation of almost all theories in modern economics.