Faculty of engineering and economics, organized in 1993 year, is the youngest faculty in the University. Currently, engineering-economic faculty is the largest faculty, with the order of 800 students.
Range of specialties and directions of preparation carried out at IJeF, is determined by the long-term development prospects of the region and surrounding areas. The Faculty in the field: Economics and management of enterprise of chemical industry», «economy and management in construction “,” management of organization “,” standardization and certification “,” information systems and technology; for areas of training: “information systems and technologies”, “economy”, “management”, “standardization and Metrology”, “quality management”. Educational trajectory is built from a Bachelor degree, master degree to postgraduate courses through.
IJeF maintains close links with industry and organizations of Yaroslavl region. In the Yaroslavl Chamber of Commerce and industry branch of the Department of Economics and management, allowing students to quickly adapt to the realities of future professional activities.
On the basis of IJeF annual all-Russia and regional Olympiads on mathematics, economics and management.
The students of the faculty are leaders in University by number of diplomas with honors, prizes, competitions, Olympiads. Good theoretical and practical training enables graduates to carry out IJeF fast career growth.
IJeF students have the opportunity to simultaneously get Russian diploma in preparation of information systems and technologies “and diploma of European standard (Germany) in the direction of” Wirtschaftsinformatik “.
Faculty undergo constant training abroad (Germany, Finland) in such areas as “Infocommunication technologies”, “innovation”, “logistics”, “quality management”.
Theoretical and applied work that scientists IJeF, devoted to various aspects of the management of social, economic and production systems, including:
the evolution of competition in the modern economy;
modeling of processes of Government in socio-economic systems;
simulation of intelligent transport and logistic systems, as a factor of economic growth in the region;
organizational and economic mechanisms to manage the integrated educational space;
development of corporate enterprise management systems.