Established in 2000, the School of Business (MSB) is one of the first four faculties in the Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) and is also the largest one in the university. According to the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings by Subject 2023, the subject of “Business and Economics” of MUST is ranked in the range of 176-200. In July of 2023, MSB earned AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) international accreditation and is positioned among the top 6% of business schools globally.
Currently, the MSB provides two Bachelor’s degree programs, i.e. Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and Bachelor of Applied Economics (BAE). There are ten Master’s degree programs, including Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA), Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Public Administration (MPA), Master of Management Studies (MMS), Master of Science in Accounting (MSA), Master of Science in Finance (MSF), Master of Applied Economics (MAE), Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA), Master of Charity and Social Organization Management (MCO) and Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM). In addition, there are two Doctoral degree programs, i.e. Doctor of Philosophy in Management (DPM) and Doctor of Business Administration (DBA). There are nearly 6500 students enrolled in the school, with about 3600 in undergraduate programs, about 2400 in master programs and about 500 in doctoral programs.
The MSB is divided into three departments which are Department of Finance and Accounting, Department of Management, and Department of Decision Sciences. Department of Accounting and Finance is responsible for teaching courses related to accounting, finance and economics at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Department of Management is responsible for teaching courses related to marketing, human resources management, international trade and business law at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Department of Decision Sciences is responsible for teaching courses related to supply chain management, information systems, business analytics, statistics, decision modeling and operations management at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The majority of faculty members earned doctoral degrees from top-tier universities all over the world. Besides offering high-quality teaching, our faculty members are actively engaged in academic research and publish academic papers in international refereed journals. They also contribute to the social and economic development of Macao by providing consulting services and undertaking applied research projects.
As a young business school in Asia, our curriculum is designed in line with the market demand. Both of teaching plans and teaching materials are consistent with those of leading international business schools. Our undergraduate and postgraduate students have been successful at finding employment after graduation, and every year some students are admitted to the well-known universities for further studies. Our students also actively participate in extracurricular academic activities and have achieved a number of awards in regional and international competitions. In the past few years, they have won the world champion and runner-up in the Global Management Challenge (GMC), the champion in the GMC – Macao Region, the National Second Prize in Challenge National Finals in the National University Students “Innovation, Creativity, Entrepreneurship” Competition, the first and second prizes in the National University Students "Challenge Cup", the second and the third prizes in the “Global Supply Chain Modelling Contest” and the runner-up in CGMA Global Business Challenge (Macao Region).
The MSB has been developing with the university since 2000 and is a vital part of the dynamic university. The school has built up the culture of “Young, Dynamic, and Harmonious” over the last 20 years. The school has made considerable achievements in teaching, research, and social services and has received local, national and international recognition.