The School of Information and Business Management was established in 2001. It has seven undergraduate majors: Information Management and Information System, Electronic Commerce, Financial Management, Human Resources Management, Engineering Management, Logistics Engineering and Marketing. Among the faculty, the total number of Ph. D. and M. A. accounts for more than 98% of the total number of full-time teachers; the “double-position” teachers account for more than 70% of the total number of full-time teachers, and there are currently 4382 students in school. Based on TOPCARES-CDIO and OBE education and teaching concepts, the School of Information and Business Management, guided by modern business solutions, constructs a talent training mode with outstanding professional characteristics, forms an industry-school integration mechanism, and devotes itself to the cultivation of practice-oriented senior professionals with professional competence and innovation and entrepreneurship ability.