University & Program

Soochow University

Department of Computer Science and Information Management

Program Level
Bachelor / Master
Language of instruction
Under 50% taught in English
Fall / Spring

In order to build a comprehensive environment for teaching and research and develop the theory and techniques relevant to information management, to respond to the objective of meeting the demand of information management professionals from organization and society, we have set the cultivation of information management professionals to enhance organization competitiveness as our objective.

We will focus on three areas: e-business, network and database application and multimedia and mobile application. The e-business plan is to respond to the trend of information technology development, globalization and digital business management based on the specialty of our current faculty members. The network and database application plan is an innovative application of development in network and database from information technology under the leverage of network and database techniques from current faculty members. Lastly, the multimedia and mobile application plan is to provide a core platform for them, as well as digital content and management, to accelerate their growth engine when taking advantage of the techniques of communication, multimedia, and digital learning from current faculty members.

We planned four groups in our undergraduate program that are e-business, network and database application, multimedia and mobile application, and software development and management and three areas in Master program that are e-business, network and database application, and multimedia and mobile application. Students can systematically inter-discipline learn in accordance with their interests and future plan.

Principle and Feature of Curriculum
• Integration of theory and practice
• Cultivation of ability for system development and design
• Combination of business application
• Cultivation of employment ability


Contact information

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