The School of Management


The School of Management, previously called the School of Humanities, was established in May, 2003, formed by combining the former Social Science Department, Foreign Language Department and the former Physical Education Department. Among these three combining departments, the Foreign Language Department was separated from it in 2004, the Department of Humanities and the Physical Education Department were separated in 2008. It is a teaching unit that undertakes a range of general courses in the university. In order to adapt to the needs of social and economic development and to expand the scale of the university, it began to enroll undergraduate students with specialty of Public Affairs Management (Health Service Management Orientation) in 2004, specialty of Chinese and Western Integrative Clinical Medicine (Medical Psychology Orientation) in 2007 (which was altered into Applied Psychology Specialty in 2013), specialty of Marketing (Pharmacy Marketing Orientation) in 2009, which was transferred from the School of Pharmacy, specialty of Public Affairs Management (Medical Editing and Publishing Orientation), Public Affairs Management (Health Insurance Orientation) and Management of Cultural Industry in 2010, etc. Along with the increasing number of specialties and students at school and in order to seek a more specific orientation and better development, it was renamed as the School of Management in October 27, 2017.

The faculty in the School of Management, acting upon the excellent tradition of “blending of medicine and humanities, co-flourishing of teaching and scientific research and equally emphasizing theories and practice”, are pragmatic, pioneering, enterprising and industrious, maintaining a sound and fast development trend in all work.

The School of Management boasts a teaching faculty of 62 people, among whom there are 16 with title of a senior professional post, 42 with a medium-grade professional title and 4 with a junior professional title. There are 9 with doctorate degrees and 2 doctoral candidates. It has 4 undergraduate specialties now: the Public Affairs Management (including Health Service Management and Health Insurance), Marketing, Applied Psychology and Management of Cultural Industry. It enjoys 1 key discipline at the provincial level, 1 advantageous discipline and 3 key disciplines at the university level. In this school, the following administrative and service organs are set : the party and government office, the teaching office, office for scientific research and graduate work, office for student affairs and the teaching laboratory center; in addition, there are six basic teaching organizations as follows: the public management discipline, the business administration discipline, the economics discipline, the psychology discipline, the TCM culture discipline as well as the general arts discipline.