Electronical and Communication Engineering(Professional Master Degree in English Teaching)

时间:2018-12-24浏览:201


Electronical and Communication Engineering Professional Master Degree in English Teaching




Discipline Introduction


    Our discipline is one of the first level disciplines authorized to offer doctorate degrees in China. It has been approved to be the national key discipline in 1984, relying on the two national key laboratories of wireless communications and millimeter waves.


    The engineering area includes two first-level disciplines: Electronic Science and Technology, and Information and Communication Engineering, which cover seven second-level disciplines, including communication and information systems, signal and information processing, cyber security, electromagnetic field, circuits and systems, microelectronics and solid-state electronics, and physical electronics. The related engineering technologies include integrated circuit design and manufacture, communications and networks, electronic system design and manufacture, microwave and millimeter wave technologies and antenna, digital signal processing, and etc.


    For the last ten years, our discipline has been nationwide leading in electronic science and technologies, and R&D of information and communications, and has undertaken a number of research grants, approved by national 863 program, national natural science foundation of China, national climbing key program, national defense program, and etc. Our discipline has published over 200 academic articles in important journals at home and abroad per year. In recent years, our discipline has been awarded the first prize for national scientific and technological invention, the second and third prizes for national progress in science and technology, and dozens of national awards for excellence in teaching and text books, and has made great contributions for the development of electronic and information technologies in China. Meanwhile, our discipline has built up long-term collaborations with international research organizations and corporations, and our research achievements are playing a more and more important role in the world.    


Objectives of the Master Program


  • Meeting the needs of national construction and progress in science and technologies in the future, achieving personal developments in moral and intelligences, and mastering basic theoretical and professional knowledge

  • Understanding current situation of the related technologies and their development trends, and obtaining problem-solving abilities for advanced technologies

  • Capabilities for real-world project research and design, and technology innovations, and possessing international awareness and leadership in high-level engineering and technical projects    


Research Directions


  1. Circuits and Systems

  2. Electromagnetic Fields Microwave Technologies

  3. Communications and Information Systems

  4. Signal and Information Processing

  5. Network Securities


Duration of the Study


The study usually lasts for 2-3 years.



Credit Requirements and Course Design (Attachment)



Thesis Requirements


Literature Reading Requirements

The students are required to read no less than 20 papers in related research, including more than 15 papers in English, and complete a literature review.


Thesis Writing Requirements

The thesis must meet the requirements of Southeast University. The thesis must be systematic and academic, with clear concepts, accurate arguments, rigorous discussion, correct computations and reliable data. The thesis structure must be straightforward with concise writings and clear figures. The number of words is subject to degree programs and thesis topics, but it should be no less than 20 thousand words in principle.


Thesis Academic Quality Requirements

The thesis should be built upon real-world research and investigation, and the topic should be meaningful in academic or has a certain value in engineering applications and in national economic development. The time spent on the thesis should be no less than 1 year.





Attachment: Credit Requirements and Course Design


Course Type

Course Number

Course Title

Term

Hours

Credit

Teaching Type

Assessment

Note



Public


B000113

Introduction to China

Autumn

36

2

Lectures

Exam

Foreign Students Only


S000156

Chinese Language

Spring and Autumn

120

4

Lectures

Exam

Foreign Students Only



Degree Courses




Basic Courses

B000114

Advanced Numerical Analysis

Autumn

54

3

Lectures

Exam

Foreign Students Only




Advanced Courses

S004220

Practice in Electronic and Information Enterprise

Autumn

36

1

Internship

Non-Exam

Third term



S004103

Advanced Digital Signal Processing

Autumn

54

3

Lectures

Exam

Choose 2 Courses




S004304

Advanced Engineering Electromagnetic Field Theory

Autumn

54

3

Lectures

Exam




S004312

Measurement Technologies of Microwaves and Millimeter waves

Spring

54

3

Lectures

Exam




S004210

Cryptography and Network Security

Autumn

54

3

Lectures

Exam




S004212

Digital Communication Principles and Systems

Spring

54

3

Lectures

Exam




S004404

Design Basis of Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits

Autumn

54

3

Lectures

Exam


Non-Degree Courses

B004216

Detection and Estimation

Spring

36

2

Lectures

Exam



B004110

Network Information theory

Autumn

36

2

Lectures

Exam



Compulsory

Courses

Practice and Internship

Teaching Practice, Industrial Internship, and Social Survey



1

Internship

Non-Exam



Lectures on Humanities and Scientific Literacy

At least attend 3 lecturesincluding compulsory lectures on Style of Study, Laws and Mental Health.  


Lectures

Non-Exam




Academic Activity Participation and Academic Writing Practice

Participate in at least two academic activities and write an academic paper.

1

Lectures

Non-Exam




Notes:

1. The minimum credits for full-time engineering master students are 26, including minimum 16 credits for degree courses. For the credit requirements for other students, please refer to The Guidance of Full-Time Master Degree Training Programs (Subcategories)(Degree Office (2009), No. 23 File). In addition, the students must complete 2 credits in compulsory courses.   

2. All the courses should be finished by the students in one year and a half, and in principle, the degree courses should be finished in one year.

3. The syllabus of the degree courses follows this table. For a complete list of the non-degree courses, please refer to “Postgraduate Course Catalog”.