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Prospectus for Specialty Students

Specialties for Bachelor’s Degrees

1Law

27. Water Conservancy and Hydropower Engineering

2English

28.Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering

3. Designing

29. Water Supply and Sewerage Engineering

4. Industrial Design

30.Machine Design & Manufacturing and Their Automation

5. Apparel Design and Engineering

31.Measuring & Control Technology and Instrumentations

6. Finance and Banking

32.Thermal Energy and Power Engineering

7. International Economics & Trade

33.Building Environment and Equipment Engineering

8. Business Administration

34.Computer Science and Technology

9. Marketing

35.Telecommunications Engineering

10. Financial Management

36.Net Engineering

11. Accounting

37.Chinese Language & Literature

12. Information Management & Information Systems

38.Physics

13. Public Utilities Management

39.Electronic and Information Science and Technology

14. Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

40.Electronic Science and Technology

15. Information and Computing Science

41.Architecture

16. Electrical Engineering and Automation

42.Urban Planning

17. Automation

43.Urban and Rural Planning & Resource

18. Electronic and Information Engineering

44.Management

19. Civil Engineering

45.Chemistry

20. Surveying & Mapping Engineering

46.Applied Chemistry

21. Engineering Mechanics

47.Chemical Engineering and Technology

22. Traffic and transportation

48.Environmental Engineering

23. Logistics Engineering

49.Light Chemical Engineering

24. Traffic Engineering

50.Food Science and Engineering

25. Project Management

51.Inorganic Nonmetallic Materials Engineering

26. Harbors, Water Channels and Coast Engineering

52.Bioengineering/Biotechnology


 

 

Disciplines for Master’s Degrees

1.Highway and Railway Engineering

30.Statistics

2.Bridge and Tunnel Engineering

31.Industrial Economics

3.Education of Marxist Theory and Education in Ideology and Politics

32.Management Science and Engineering

4.Linguistics and Applied Linguistics in

33.Corporate Management

5.Foreign Languages

34.Accounting

6.Applied Mathematics

35.Technology Economy and Management

7.Probability and Mathematical Statistics

36.Chinese Literature

8.Fundamental Mathematics

37.English Language and Literature

9.Computational Mathematics

38.Agglomerate Physics

10.Power System and its Automation

39.Organic Chemistry

11.Structural Engineering

40.Physical Chemistry

12.Geotechnical Engineering

41.Mechanical Electronic Engineering

13.EngineeringMechanics

42.Vehicle Engineering

14.Transportation Planning and Management

43.Material Engineering

15.Traffic information Engineering & Control

44.Engineering Heat Physics

16.Harbor, Coast and Offshore Engineering

45.Heat Energy Engineering

17.Hydraulics and River Dynamics

46.Circuit and System

18.Mechanical Design and Theory

47.Communications and Information System

19.Vehicle Operation Engineering

48.Control Theory and Engineering

20.Power Machinery and Engineering

49.Hydrology and Water Resources

21.Computer Applied Technology

50.Water Conservancy and Hydropower

22.Computer Software and Theory

51.Land Surveying

23.High Voltage and Insulation Technology

52.Applied Chemistry

24.Education in Ideology and Politics

53.Food Science

25.Ethnics

54.Educational Economics and Management

26.Philosophy of Science & Technology

55.Urban Planning

27.National Economics

56.Heat & Gas Supply, Aeration and Air-conditioner Engineering

28.Finance and Banking

57.Disaster Precaution and Reduction

29.Scientific Socialism30.Statistics

58.Tourism Management

 

Disciplines for Doctorate's Degrees

1. Highway and Railway Engineering

4. Harbor, Coast and Offshore Engineering

2. Bridge and Tunnel Engineering

5. Transportation Planning and Management

3. Vehicle Operation Engineering

6. Traffic Information Engineering and Control

   

Prospectus for Non-degree Students

A. Student for advanced studies, senior students for advanced studies, short-term students:

    All of the undergraduate, postgraduate and doctorate programs are qualified to enroll the three types of students.

B. language student:

    This type of student will study Chinese at the Chinese Language Training Center. Please see IV (Curriculum of Chinese Language Training Center) to get detailed information.

C. Visiting scholar:

    The above postgraduate and doctorate programs are qualified to enroll this type of student.
    
Curriculum of Chinese Language Training Center

Chinese Language Training Center enrolls two types of students

A. Long-term student: This type of students will mainly study basic Standard Chinese. This period of schooling varies from 1-3years.Students are taught    according to their Chinese language level (elementary, intermediate, advanced). Upon completion of the program, an examination is administered. Those who pass this examination will be issued a Study Certificate, and will be eligible to enroll in a regular undergraduate program.

B. Short-term student: This type of student will receive intensive training in Standard Chinese over a short period of time, usually less than one year. The aim is to enable students to learn enough Chinese for daily living in China. Special course are offered based on the specific needs and requests of students.
        
The Center offers two types of classes

A. Required Course Programs:

    1. Elementary Chinese-These courses are for students who have no prior knowledge of Chinese. At present, we use the newest textbooks in China-(Duiwai Hanyu Benke Xilie Jiaocai) published by the Chinese Language and Culture University.

    2. Intermediate Chinese-Students in these course also use Duiwai Hanyu Benke Xilie Jiaocai(second-year text),but these texts are often supplemented with additional materials like Intermediate Chinese Listening and Speaking to broaden the scope of  their knowledge and to improve their communication skills.

    3. Advanced Chinese-Students in these courses also use Duiwai Hanyu Benke Xilie Jiaocai. If needed, special textbooks like Speaking Chinese, Talking about Culture or Business Chinese are also used.

B. Optional Course:

    1. Calligraphy: Introducing the original and aesthetic meaning of Chinese characters and appreciating the deep meaning of Chinese calligraphy.

    2. History and Culture: Introducing the magnificent culture and long history of China.

    Martial Art: A window for foreign students learning about China, at the same time improves students’ health.

    3. Guidance class for Chinese Level Exam: On the request of students, this special guidance class is offered to help students assess their Chinese ability after Chinese study, and prepare them for further studies or special occupations.