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Antai College of Economics and Management

Antai College of Economics and Management

Antai College of Economics and Management (ACEM), Shanghai Jiao Tong University boasts a rich history and tradition which dates back to the Business School of Nan Yang Public School founded in 1903. ACEM is dedicated to educate economic and management talents with international competencies. It promotes scientific and academic innovation, caters to economic and social development, and supports the growth of business. After over 30 years’ unremitting efforts, ACEM has established itself as a modern business school with a good reputation home and abroad, and the first business school in mainland China to have been triply accredited by AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA, the three largest and most influential business school accreditation associations in the world.

  • Department of Economics

    The Department of Economics cultivates high-level talents in Economics and Management with a concrete theoretical base and systematic professional knowledge. The department adjusts the undergraduate curriculum according to the market and employment trends. Masters and Ph.D. candidates are trained on a cross-disciplinary basis. Through their studies, Antai students master the most modern international economic theories and methods, and acquire strong qualitative and quantitative analysis capabilities. Programmes Bachelor programmes: Economics, International Economics and Trade Master’s programmes: Western Economics, Industry Economics, International Economics and Trade, Agricultural Economics and Management.

  • Department of Finance

    The Department of Finance cultivates advanced professional talents for employment in government departments, universities, research organisations, enterprises, and institutions. Students study a wide range of relevant topics in a multi-disciplinary curriculum. The department determines undergraduate subjects according to the demand of the market and employment trends. Master’s and Ph.D. candidates are enrolled according to their subjects and are taught through a cross-disciplinary approach. Through their studies, students master the most modern financial theories and methods, and acquire qualitative and quantitative analysis capability.

  • Department of Applied Economics

    The Department of Applied Economics cultivates high-level Economics talents, with a concrete theoretical basis, and systematic, cross-disciplinary knowledge. Through their studies, students can master the most cutting-edge economic theories and methods, as well as acquire strong qualitative and quantitative analysis capability. The Department has 12 full professors, 12 assistant professors, and 10 lecturers. It includes one undergraduate programme: International Trade and Economics; three Master’s programmes: International Trade and Economy, Industry Economics, Agricultural Economics and Management. Furthermore, thereare four key fields for academic development: Industrial Policies and Urban Development, Service Economy, International Trade and Investment, Rural Economic Development and Management.

  • Department of Marketing

    The Department of Marketing includes both Marketing and Strategic Management, which enables students to pursue an undergraduate degree in Marketing, as well as a Master's and Ph.D. in either Marketing or Strategic Management. The Department emphasises quantitative research and teaching with a focus on the development of marketing science and computational strategy. Our department has become highly regarded in marketing engineering, data mining, clustered strategy, and strategy option. This position coupled with employment of world-renowned professors and scholars have enabled the Department to become known internationally. The department strives to continue its success by sending young faculty abroad to further their study at first-class business schools such as Harvard University, Columbia University, MIT, and Wharton Business School.

  • Department of Operations Management

    Operations management concerns with managing and directing the physical and/or technical functions of a firm or organisation, particularly those relating to development, production, and manufacturing, to achieve efficiency and effectiveness in the production of goods and/or services. It involves the responsibility of ensuring that business operations are efficient in terms of using as little resources as needed, and effective in terms of meeting customer requirements. Our mission is to conduct research and teaching to develop and disseminate advanced theory and best practice of operations management. Our focus is to explore and characterise strategies for China’s firms and organisations to improve their competitiveness through operations.

  • Department of Organisation Management

    The Organisation Management Department now consists of 15 teachers, including four Full Professors, seven Associate Professors and four lecturers. Faculty research interests focus on Human Resource Management, Company Ethics, Organisation Process, Organisational Design, and Management Communication. The Department of Organisation Management aims to train promising managerial and Human Resource talents with a solid theoretical foundation and practical skills for a variety of companies and roles. Our graduates are highly evaluated by their employers. Our Department is devoted to cultivating top-level talents based on the development of Organisational Theory, Research Methodology, Innovation, and Practical Application.

  • Department of Accounting

    The Department of Accounting currently offers one Ph.D. programme in Accounting, four Master’s programmes (Master of Accounting (MA), Master of Financial Management (MFM), Master of Professional Accounting (MPAcc) and Master of Auditing (MAud)) and one undergraduate programme (accounting and corporate finance majors).The undergraduate programme is qualification programme of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the Australian Society of Certified Practising Accountants. Also, the programme has cooperation with ACCA and offer s ACCA-oriented undergraduate curriculum.

  • Department of Management Science

    The discipline of Management Science and Engineering previously was known as the discipline of System Engineering. It develops Finance Engineering and applys theory methodology and theories and tools of system engineering to study the financial issues so as to achieve better results. It combines Theory Methodology of System Engineering and current economic and management hot issues to keep in line with the development of the times. It combines System Emulation and Management Information System to emphasise the development of theories, approaches and application and stress the support for other research orientations. It also strengthens the cooperation with industrial disciplines to develop industrial engineering so as to gain achievement in the fields of Manufacturing Operation Management, Supply Chain and Logistic Management.

  • Department of Management Information System

    In June, 2006, the Department of Management Information Systems (MIS) was established based on the SJTU Institute of Systems Engineering of School of Management, which was founded in 1984. Our faculty members led by Professor Shen Huizhang also involved in more than ten NSFC general projects, research projects funded by the NSFC Youth Fund, and various international cooperation projects. With more than 200 papers published in international and domestic journals and presented on international conferences, these projects make our department stand out in areas such as group decision-making and E-government.

  • Department of Innovation and Strategy

    The Department of Innovation and Strategy can be traced back to the Institute of Systems Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU). Over the past years in the context of “transformation with innovation”, its faculty has built upon China’s management practices and been dedicated to cutting-edge science. The Department is currently home to 13 faculty members including 4 professors and 8 associate professors, and boasts one laureate of Cheung Kong Scholar Programme and 2 winners of National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars. The research interests of the faculty include national and regional innovation systems, corporate innovation capacity, green (environmental) innovation, entrepreneurial management, corporate strategic management, engineering and project management.