The College of Information Engineering took shape as early as 1985. Its predecessor Radio Measurement and Testing was one of the earliest majors of China Jiliang University. In August 2000, the former Department of Information Engineering was merged with the Department of Computer Science and Technology to form the College of Information Engineering.
At present, the College of Information Engineering has 147 staff members, including 121 full-time teachers; There are 19 teachers with senior professional titles, 38 associate professors, and 86 teachers with doctoral degrees. The college has some leading talents selected in the "Ten Thousand Innovation Leading Talents Program of Zhejiang Province", "Ten Thousand Top Young Talents Program of Zhejiang Province", "New Century 151 Talents Project", “Zhejiang Famous Teachers”, “Young and Middle-aged Academic Leaders of Zhejiang Province”, etc. The College has also hired well-known experts at home and abroad as visiting professors.
The College of Information Engineering has 2 master's degree programs in first-level disciplines and 1 professional master's degree program: Information and Communication Engineering, Computer Science and Technology and Electronic Information. The discipline of Information and Communication Engineering is a first-class discipline (B) of Zhejiang Province in the 13th Five-Year Plan Period. The discipline of Computer Science and Technology is a key discipline of Zhejiang Province in the 12th Five-Year Plan Period.
The College consists of the Department of Electronic Information and Communication Engineering, the Department of Computer Science and Technology, and the Department of Artificial Intelligence. The College has four undergraduate majors: Electronic Information Engineering, Communication Engineering, Computer Science and Technology, Artificial Intelligence and 1 Chinese-Foreign Collaborative Program of Computer Science and Technology. Currently, there are 1,767 undergraduate students and 265 postgraduate students in the College. The major of Electronic Information Engineering has passed the professional certification of national engineering education, which is also a first-class undergraduate major, and an emerging characteristic major in undergraduate colleges and universities of Zhejiang Province, and an advantageous major of "13th Five-Year Plan" in universities of Zhejiang Province. The majors of Computer Science and Technology and Communication Engineering are first-class undergraduate programs in Zhejiang Province. The College of Information Engineering has established a provincial experimental teaching demonstration center for computer network and communication, covering more than 20 laboratories of sensor network, Internet of things, mobile communication network, computer network, embedded system, etc. There are six innovation practice bases for college students, including electronic design, multimedia technology, program design, intelligent vehicles, software service outsourcing and intelligent interconnection. The college encourages students to participate in competitions as a way to cultivate the innovation ability of college students. In the past three years, more than 1,200 students have participated in various academic competitions at all levels and won more than 110 national and provincial awards such as "Challenge Cup" competition and Freescale Intelligent Car competition. The graduates are welcomed by employers. The employment rate is more than 98% every year, and the salary level of graduates is among the best in CJLU.