The school has succeeded in developing two undergraduate programs: Public Administration and Labour & Social Security and one postgraduate program: Labour Economics. The school now has 24 faculty members, including 5 professors, among whom 10 teachers have obtained or are pursuing doctor’s degree, 6 teachers Master’s degree. Since 2003, over 56 papers have been published on national and provincial key academic journals, 9 monographs and textbooks published as well. Additionally, teachers at this department have untaken 22 national and provincial and ministerial scientific research programs. With more than 630 undergraduates and 6 postgraduates, the school is sincerely intended to establish good relationship with other universities and institutions home and abroad to create brilliant achievements in the future.