The School of Electronic Information Engineering was founded in July, 2007, by merging the Department of Computer Science and the Department of Electronic Engineering. Now the School of EIE offers 13 undergraduate programs, 3 diploma programs and 2 undergraduate programs for junior college diploma students within 2 departments, as well as 2 experimental platforms -- electronic and experimental center of automation and computer engineering center. There are more than 3000 students, 70 full-time faculty members including 7 professors (hosting2fundedresearch projects by the National Natural Science Foundation), 12 associate professors, 5 doctors.
The School of EIE focuses on innovation, teaching excellence, scientific research, discipline and offers key majors, such as "Signal and Information Processing", "Electronic Information Engineering " and "Computer Science". Moreover, key courses such as “Single Chip Microcomputer Principle and Application” are playing a promoting and leading role for the School of EIE.
Excellence in teaching, learning and the hardware offers a solid foundation in students’ excellence and their future job opportunities. The School of EIE has won a number of national and provincial awards in major competitions such as the National Undergraduate Electronic Design Contest, National Mathematical Contest in Modeling, Software Design Competition, Mathematics Competition, which demonstrates the quality of teachers, students and the college.