Master’s Programs

The College of Economic and Social Development has four master's degree programs, These programs guarantee high-quality student learning through our strong team of teaching experts. 


The Master of Regional Economics program aims to cultivate students' ability to master the theoretical basis, research methods and application of regional economics.

Research Area

a. Regional economic theory

Main research topics include theories and methods, including new trends at home and abroad, and analytical techniques and new methods for major practicalproblems in regional economics.

b. Regional economic development and policy

Main research topics include major strategic issues in regional economic development, regional relationship coordination, development policies for specific regions, and policy analysis and effect evaluation.

c. Regional industrial analysis

Main research topics include regional industrial organization, industrial selection, industrial structure and optimization, and regional industrial analysis theory and methods.

d. Spatial economic theory and application

Main research topics include new developments in spatial economic theory, the application of spatial econometric analysis methods, big data and geographic information systems and other technical means of spatial economic research.

Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4
Intermediate Microeconomics
Intermediate Econometrics
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Socialist Political Economics with Chinese Characteristics
Applied Econometrics
Regional Economics
Urban Economics
Spacial Ecnomics
Urban and Regional Industrial Analysis
Theory and Applications of Regional Policy
The History of Ancient Regional Economy