Dean Heygyu Lee
The School of Management and Economics aspires to balance theory and practice, as well as bridge gaps between analysis and passion by cultivating analytical skills for problem solving through Economics while learning to understand and interact through Management. The school aims to raise up new leaders who will pioneer across the borders of management and economics with values grounded in the Christian worldview and intellectual knowledge.
The curriculum covers a broad scope of management and economic subjects. The course content ranges from the basics of economics and management to advanced seminar courses that cover different management techniques such as Management Information Systems (MIS), Christianity and Economic Issues, Venture Entrepreneurship, and Knowledge Management. New research and attempts at examining internet companies, e-commerce for analytical purposes, cyber management and other areas are also taking place through the courses.
Graduates from the School of Management and Economics are prepared to become leading professionals in general corporations and finance as well as in a variety of other fields such as political diplomacy, government, law, education, international affairs. Additionally, they can also enter into the field of MIS, which emphasizes the use of practical information in the practical field.