Formerly named Dalian Fisheries College under the cadres training class of the State Aquatic Product General Bureau in 1982, it was renamed the School of Economics and Management in 2002. The school now has 4 undergraduate programs in Accounting, Economic and Finances, Agricultural and Forestry Economics & Management and Marketing under the two categories of management and economics. The school has one first-level discipline master’s degree program in business administration, 3 second-level discipline master’s degree programs in accounting, business management, and technical economics and management, and 2 agriculture master’s degree programs in rural development and agricultural management. The school offers both full-time and part-time education programs.
The school has 54 faculty members, among teachers, 25 hold doctor’s degrees, 19 hold master’s degrees, and 11 have experience of studying abroad or as visiting scholars. Currently, the school has more than 1,000 undergraduates and 500 postgraduates.
The school has a range of scientific research platforms, including the Experimental Teaching Demonstration Center of Liaoning Province, Key Laboratory for Innovation and Development of Blue Economy, Marine Economic Operation Monitoring and Assessment Center of Liaoning Province, Marine Resource Asset Price Assessment Center of Liaoning Province, Northeast Asia Research Base for Marine Economy and Strategy, and Dalian Research Base for High-quality Development of Marine Economy. Since the “13th Five-Year Plan” period, the school has undertaken more than 200 major scientific research projects at the national, ministerial, provincial, municipal levels and large enterprises, with scientific research expenditure exceeding RMB 20 million. In addition, the school has published over 20 books and won more than 30 scientific research awards.