Office: 4th Floor, TNU Centre, 567 Le Duan Street, Buon Ma Thuot City, Vietnam

Tel: 02623.853274 



Nguyễn Thị Hải Yến, Ph.D


Do Thi Nga, Ph. D




 I. Introduction

Established by the decision of the Rector of Tay Nguyen University, articulated in Decision No. 91/TCCB on February 21, 1997, the Faculty of Economics is a significant academic entity that offers both undergraduate and postgraduate education. It engages in rigorous scientific research across multiple disciplines, including economics, agricultural economics, development economics, business administration, trade, finance banking, accounting, audit practices, and business law. The faculty adheres to stringent quality standards, aiming to fulfill the human resource needs of the socio-economic sectors.

The Faculty of Economics sets forth a compelling vision: to ascend as a center of excellence in teaching, research, and consultancy within business law, economics, management, finance, and banking. This vision encompasses the Central Highlands, positioning the faculty to parallel, if not surpass, the caliber and quality of foremost institutions in Vietnam and the broader region.

Over time, the Faculty of Economics has seen a significant enhancement in the caliber and the number of its educators. The teaching approach has evolved to embrace a comprehensive range of disciplines, educational levels, and types of training. Presently, the faculty boasts a roster of 47 distinguished lecturers, which includes one associate professor, 14 teaching staff with doctoral degrees, 32 teaching staff with master's degrees, and ten lecturers who are engaged in training from overseas. It is structured into six academic departments: Economics, Business Administration, Accounting, Banking and Finance, Economic Information, and Business Law.

The Faculty of Economics has educated about 20,000 full-time undergraduate students and over 5,000 students through in-service programs. It has also educated over 300 masters and some students in short-term training programs. These alumni have contributed significantly to the Central Highlands' economic and social growth. Notably, about 20% of graduates from the Faculty of Economics have achieved high distinctions for their academic achievements. Furthermore, many of these graduates have held critical positions in various enterprises and provincial and district administrations, indicating the faculty's influence in generating leaders and professionals.

II. Academic staff: 47, including

- 14 Ph.D

- 32 MA

- 2 Senior lecturers


- Department of Economics

- Department of Business Administration 

- Department of Finance and Banking

- Department of Commercial Law

- Department of Economic Information 

- Department of Accounting 

Scientific research: 120

- Ministry-level research projects:     31

- Institutional research projects:      89

Training programs

Full-time education

- University education:

+ Agricultural economics

+ Accounting

+ Auditing and Accounting

+ Commercial Business Administration

+ Real Estate

+ Finance and Banking

+ Business Administration

+ Commercial Law (linked program)

- Transfer education from college to university

+ Business Administration

+ Finance and Banking

+ Accounting

In-service education

+ Business Administration

+ Finance and Banking

+ Accounting


Certificate of Merits from the Daklak People’s Committee