Welcome to School of Government, Beijing Normal University!

History

1980, Beijing Normal University set out to build management disciplines.

2001, School of Management established, the then vice chairman of the People′s Congress Standing Committee, JIANG Zhenghua, and the then president of Beijing Normal University, YUAN Guiren, inaugurated the ceremony. Professor JIANG Zhenghua assumed the dean, and Professor TANG Renwu assumed the executive dean. Undergraduate and graduate students are enrolled.

2001, School of Management piloted project of Master of Public Administration (MPA) (BNU became first universities to pilot MPA).

2003, School of Management was qualified to award doctoral degrees for first-level disciplines in Public Administration (BNU became first seven universities to award doctoral degrees for first-level disciplines in Public Administration).

2003, School of Management was qualified to award Mastera??s degrees for first-level disciplines in Management science.

2007, School of Management set up a rotating post-doctoral post of Public Administration.

2008, the Institute of Social Development and Public Policy, auxiliary of the School of Management, became The School of Social Development and Public Policy.

2009, School of Management set a Doctoral degree program of public sector human resource management, and was approved and recorded by the Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council.

2010, School of Management began to recruit double-certificate MPA.

2010, School of Management′s Public Administration first-level discipline accorded key discipline status by Beijing Municipality

2012, in the third round of Ministry of Educationa??s disciplinary assessment, Management Science ranked second nationwide, Public Administration ranked seventh, and Library and Information Science ranked twelfth.

2013, School of Management was renamed School of Government. The then Management Science became the School of System Science. The then Political Science and International Relations of the School of Political Science and International Relations was merged into the School of Government. The school has 4 first-level disciplines, including Public Administration, Library and Information Science, Political Science and Management Science, consists of four majors and three institutions, including Management Science and Engineering, Administrative Management, Human resource Management, Information Management and Information System, Institute of Land Resources Management, Institute of Political Science and Institute of International Relations, and two rotating post-doctoral posts of Public Administration and Political Science.