1. Goal The Department of Information Management was formally established in 1991. Our goal is to equip graduates with theoretical and practical knowledge of information technology and management science, preparing them for the real world.  

2. Teaching and Research The Department currently has a full-time academic staff of 18 who are supported by 30 equivalent full-time tutors. All of the Department's academic staffs hold PhDs, including 2 professor, 4 associate professors, 15 assistant professors. The teaching and research endeavors are clustered into the following four main discipline areas:Intelligent information systemsElectronic commerceMobile computing and multimedia Digital learning Other areas of staff expertise include telecommunication, management information systems, financial and portfolio management, information and society, and logistics management. 

3. Curriculum and FacilityThe Department is large and diverse covering all the major subject areas in the discipline. The department is responsible for over 1000 students including around 120 graduate coursework students .   The Department offers three undergraduate coursework programs: • 4-year Bachelor of Information Management – Regular Program• 4-year Bachelor of Information Management – Evening Program • 2-year Bachelor of Information Management – Polytechnic Program The Department offers 2 graduate coursework programs:• Master of Information Management – Regular Program • Master of Information Management – Evening Program.