Founded in 1994, the Department of Business Administration offers five undergraduate programs (BusinessAdministration—Sino-US Cooperative,Business Administration—Entrepreneurial Management, Business Administration—Marketing, Business Administration—second major, Business Administration—second degree), one first-class discipline master's degree program (Business Administration), and four second-class master's degree programs (Business management, Labor Economics, Technical Economics and Management, Tourism Management). Main research fields of its faculty include: behavior management system, executive team, corporate strategy, innovation management, human resource management, financial management, marketing, technical economics and management technology, etc.