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School Overview & Development History


The MUC School of Management was established in December 2002. The disciplines of political economy and political science were utilized as prototypes in its establishment. It is a comprehensive management school bridging the disciplines of both management and law. There are nine undergraduate majors in the school including Business Administration, Marketing, Accounting, Financial Management, Human Resource Management, Tourism Management, Administrative Management, Public Service Management, Political Science, and Administration; also three master's degree programs that are first-level disciplines such as Business Administration, Public Administration, and Political Science. Furthermore, twelve master's degree program are offered under their umbrellas including: Chinese and Foreign Political Systems, Scientific Socialism and the International Communist Movement, International Relations, National Political Science, Administrative Management, Public Administration in Ethnic Areas, Education Economy and Management, Social Security, Enterprise Management, Technology in Economics and Management, Accounting, and Tourism Management.



Moreover, the MUC School of Management has gained the right of degree-conferring in both the regards of Masters of Public Administration (MPA) and Masters of Business Administration (MBA). Moreover, there are three professional doctoral degrees: Ethnic Political Science, Ethnic Regional Administration and Industrial Social Management. The MUC School of Management is focused on two goals of efficiency and fairness in iterative discipline development and personnel training.


Hardware Conditions & Facilities


The school has outstanding teaching hardware facilities with a large-scale, nearly 50,000-volume data room as well as two comprehensive laboratories for business administration and public management. The school has established a management case study center and 12 teaching practice bases. These facilities can meet the needs of both experimental as well as practical teaching.



Scientific Research Projects


In the past three years, the MUC School of Management has undertaken a number of National Decision Making Consulting projects, Social Science Fund key projects, Major Social Science Fund bidding projects, National Social Science Fund planning projects, Major Projects of the Ministry of Education, Major Projects of the Civil Affairs Commission, Planning Projects in Beijing and other commissions. Furthermore, the school has published more than 100 academic monographs and published more than 450 papers, including more than 60 papers by SSCI, and more than 20 important awards at both the provincial and ministerial level. Moreover, the school has submitted nearly 100 important research reports, including research on border areas such as the Tibet Autonomous Region and the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. The report received the instructions of important national leaders and the attention of relevant departments.



Majors & Programs


As of the end of 2014, the MUC School of Management had a total of 1,734 students, including 995 undergraduates, 308 academic masters, 431 professional masters, and 38 doctoral students. Program breakdowns follow.


Undergraduate Programs (4-Year Programs)

- Business Management

- Marketing

- Accounting

- Financial Management

- Human Resource Management

- Tourism Management

- Administration Management

- Public Service Management

- Politics and Administration


Professional Master's Programs (2-Year Programs)




Academic Master's Programs (3-Year Programs)

- Chinese and Foreign Political Systems

- Scientific Socialism and the International Communist Movement

- International Relations

- Administration Management

- Ethnic Politics

- Public Administration Management in Ethnic Areas

- Education Economy and Management

- Social Secruity

- Enterprise Management

- Technological Economy and Management

- Accounting

- Tourism Management


Doctoral Programs (4-6 Year Programs)

- Ethnic Politics

- Public Administration Management in Ethnic Areas

- Industrial Society Management


School Focus, Beliefs & Development Objectives

“Teaching materials development, scientific research,

infrastructure development, and iterative key discipline establishment.”


In recent years, the MUC School of Management has relied on the "985" and "211" construction projects, adhered to iterative discipline development as the core objective, and intensified management system innovation, teacher team construction, conditional platform construction, and international exchange. Moreover, it has continued to assume better and better characteristics and standards seen in other top-level domestic higher education institutions.



Our Talent


The MUC School of Management has a team of excellent teachers who are diligent and well-educated. There are 69 faculty members, including 19 professors, 23 associate professors, two experts who were entitled to special allowances from the State Council of the PRC and one expert who was designated “Outstanding Contribution Expert” by the State Ethnic Affairs Commission, and moreover one member of the National MPA Teaching Steering Committee. More than 90% of the teachers have doctoral degrees, 60% of teachers have experience either in study abroad or in academic exchanges abroad. So many instructors at the school have won titles such as “Outstanding Teaching Team of Beijing,” “Teaching Master” in Beijing, and “Top Ten Teachers” in MUC Undergraduate Teaching. At present, the development pattern of “teaching masters – major research projects – excellent teaching teams – national specialties” has been formed, and it is transforming into a conformable model.


Full-Time Staff: 69

Professors: 19

Staff with Masters and Doctoral Degrees: 63


Academic Exchanges as well as Cooperation at Home & Abroad


The MUC School of Management has continuously strengthened cooperation and exchanges with top universities at home and abroad. Therein, it has invited well-known professors from the United States, Japan, the United Kingdom, Germany, Hungary, and other famous universities and colleges to visit the MUC campus for academic lectures and exchanges, and moreover to provide academic coursework and training for teachers and students. In this way, it has established a dynamic platform for international exchange. It is also promoted exchange activities encompassing teachers from within China. For example, in the past three years, more than 100 high-level academic lectures have been arranged by well-known scholars from key universities in China, which continues to expand the academic horizons of teachers and students alike.


Examples of Internationally Active Scholars



Peng Jian (彭建)

Tourism ManagementMajor


Peng Jian, Ph.D., Professor, master's supervisor of tourism management, member of Professor Committee of School of management of MUC, high-level talents of MUC, member of National Park and Nature Reserve System Research Branch of China Natural Resources Society, dissertation review expert at the degree center of Ministry of Education, Senior Consultant of Pinnacle Intellectual Industry & Tourism Development Consultant of Changning County, Sichuan Province, Asia. He is a member of the Asia Pacific Tourism Association, the European and American Students' Association, the Chinese Geographical Society, and the Chinese Cave Research Association. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, Tourism Management Perspective, Tourism Journal, and a review expert in the area of geographic research.


Education Background:

Visiting Scholar (2016.8-2017.8)

Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Science

Texas A & M University


Visiting Scholar (2010.1-2011.1)

Department of Park, Recreation and Tourism Management

Clemson University


Postdoctoral Researcher (2014.9-2017.9)

China Tourism Research Institute (in-service)


Ph.D. in Natural Geography (2003.9-2006.7)

School of Environmental Studies, Peking University


Master's Degree in Natural Geography (1999.9-2002.7)

Department of Resources and Environmental Science

Guizhou Normal University


Bachelor's Degree in Geographical Education (1993.9-1997.7)

Department of Geography

Guizhou Normal University




Instructor (2006.8 - Present)

MUC School of Management


Instructor (1998.7-2003.9_

Department of Resources and Environmental Science

Guizhou Normal University



Supporting Education of the Ethnic Middle School in Zhenfeng County

Qianxinan Prefecture

Guizhou Province


Research Interests:

National park management and sustainable tourism development.


MainLecture Course Topics:

Tourism geography, operation and management of scenic spots, planning and management of scenic spots, development and management of tourism destinations, selected readings of Tourism Literature.


Examples ofResearchPublications:

Peng Jian, Xiao Honglin. How does smog influence domestic tourism in China? A case study of Beijing. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 2018,23(12):1-14. (SSCI)

Peng Jian,Xu Yueqing, Cai Yunlong, Xiao Honglin. The role of policies in land use/cover change since the 1970s in ecologically fragile karst areas of Southwest China: a case study on the Maotiaohe watershed. Environmental Sciences and Policy,2011(14):408-418. (SSCI)

Peng Jian, Cai Yunlong, Xu Yueqing, Xiao Honglin. Climatic and anthropogenic drivers of land use/cover change in fragile karst areas of Southwest China since the early 1970s: a case study on the Maotiaohe watershed. Environmental Earth Science, 2011, 64(8):2107-2118. (SSCI)



Li Jian(李健),

Public ManagementMajor


Li Jian, Professor of School of Management, MUC, Doctoral Supervisor, Executive Director at the research center, Postdoctoral researcher for the non-governmental management (NGO) Research Institute of Tsinghua University, Doctor of Management of Harbin University of Technology, initiator of a public welfare charity academic park, invited expert for social organization evaluations conducted by the Ministry of civil Affairs, special lecturer regarding social organization education and training at the Civil Organization Service Center of Ministry of Civil Affairs Division, Beijing financial expenditure performance evaluation expert, Beijing Civil Affairs Bureau civil affairs expert, member of Beijing social organization construction and management expert committee, Director of China Administration Society, Director of Beijing political science administration society.



Main courses: Management Communication, Management Ethics, Political Economy, Entrepreneurship Management




Bachelor of Economics in Finance (1999-2003)

School of Economics

Liaoning University


Master of Business Management (2003-2006)

School of Economics and Management

Heilongjiang University


Doctor of Public Management (2008-2012)

School of Management

Harbin University of Technology


Postdoctoral Researcher (2012-2014)

Tsinghua University

NGO Research Institute




Teaching Assistant (2006-2009)

School of Management

Harbin Business University


Lecturer (2009-2013)

School of Management

Harbin University of Commerce


Associate Professor (2013-2014)

School of Management

Harbin Business University


Associate Professor (2014-2019)

Doctoral Supervisor and Executive Director

Research Center of the MUC School of Management

Professor and Doctoral Supervisor (2019 - Present)

MUC School of Management


Visiting Scholar Experience (2015-2016)

Visiting Scholar

Taiwan University of Political Science


Peking University (2015-2016)

Visiting Scholar


Research Interest Areas:

Social organizations, social enterprises and social policies.



Jin Xianhua(金鲜花),



Jin Xianhua has a PhD in management and is a Associate Professor as well as Master's Supervisor. She is mainly engaged in the research of enterprise investment and financing and value management. She has published many papers, one monograph and many teaching materials in "Friends of Accounting", "Accounting Research", "Enterprise Economy" and other academic journals.




Education Background:

Doctorate Degree (2001.3 - 2005.2)

Myongji University School of Management

South Korea


Masters Degree (1997.9 - 2000.6)

Institute of Regional Economy

Minzu University of China


Bachelor's Degree (1993.9 - 1997.6)

Department of Economics

Minzu University of China


Work Experience:

Instructor (2005.6 - Present)

MUC School of Management


Research Direction:

Financial management theory and practice.



Financial Management, Financial Management Simulation Experiment, Corporate Finance Theory and Practice and Enterprise Value Evaluation.


School Slogan

Put Quality First & Development with Connotation (质量第一、内涵发展):


The MUC School of Management conscientiously implements a policy that prioritizes quality and development with connotation. The school strives to organically integrate knowledge transfer, ability cultivation, quality improvement while also working with great effort to strengthen basic theories and basic skills in line with the principle of a "wide caliber and a thick foundation", being focused on cultivating innovative abilities amongst its students. Since 2006, undergraduate education has been developed in accordance with first-level disciplines such as "Community Management" and "Public Management". After the students enter the school, they will study the basic courses of management in a unified manner. More work is being done to personalize the learning process for students and they will gradually be better trained according to their interests and abilities.



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