Graduates degree program for English Teaching Master Program for Foreign Students of the School of Electronic Information and Communications

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English Teaching Master Program for Foreign Students of the School of Electronic Information and Communications

 (Discipline Code: 0810   Master Degree of Engineering)

Educational Objectives

The educational program is within the wide range of grade-1 discipline. Through studying mathematical basis, telecommunications basis, advanced signal processing theory, and preparing for dissertation, the graduates can master the basic theory of information science; also they can obtain the research skills of theory and engineering technology in related fields such as communication systems, information processing systems and Space information sciences. Focus on four key points: factualism and innovation, theoretical research and engineering experience, system design and core technology development as well as the hardware and software development. So that the graduates with a strong professional ability can meet the social needs of professionals in communication and information fields.

The training on skills of scientific research runs through the whole program. Theoretical research is started when students enter school, and courses study simultaneous with dissertation research.

Main research fields

1.Communication Systems

2. Mobile Communication

3. Advanced Signal Processing

4. Advanced Network Communication Techniques

Program Duration, Credits and Requirements

The Master program is based on the Credit System. Duration for full time master candidate is generally set as 2 years.

The requirements of total credits for foreign students:

Total credits ≥ 39

Credits of courses ≥ 26

Credits of research ≥ 13

Details:

Total Credits

       Overseas Students ≥ 39

       Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Students ≥ 37

Optional Courses Credits

≥26

    General courses  6 credits

 Pass Chinese or HSK level 3 : 4 credits  Introduction of China  2 credits

Basic Courses ≥ 8 Credits

 (It consists of fundamental theory courses, professional fundamental courses, and professional and associated interdisciplinary courses.)

If the professional fundamental courses haven’t been taken during the undergraduate schooling, 2 to 3 courses must be made up, but the credits won’t be recorded.

Optional courses (Graduate students can choose the courses with the permission of supervisor freely, and the credits will be recorded as the credits which aren’t required by Master degree.)

Research Credits

≥13

Literature reading and Research Proposal    1credit

Academic Proposal   1 credit

Publication   1 credit

Dissertation   10 credits

 
Courses Arrangement: See the details in the Graduate Courses Arrangement for the Discipline of Information and Communication Engineering. Research and dissertation

Follow the dissertation regulation of the university and the department.

 

The Graduate Courses Arrangement for the Discipline of Information and Communication Engineering

Catalogue

Course Title

hours

credits

season

Department in charge

remark

Required courses

General courses

 

First foreign language

 

4

Autumn& Spring

Foreign Language

Mater

Required

 

Required Specialized course             s

Stochastic Processes

32

2

Autumn

EI

 

 

Digital Communication

64

(56+8)

4

Autumn

EIC

 

Advanced Digital Signal Processing

48

3

Autumn

EIC

 

Computer Network

64

(48+16)

4

Autumn

EIC

 

Mobile Communication System

40

2.5

Spring

EIC

 

Self-organizing Wireless Network

40

2.5

Spring

EIC

 

Computer Network Security

32

2

Spring

EIC

 

 

Fundamental Digital Electronic Technique

48

(40+8)

3

Spring

EIC

 

JAVA

JAVA Language Program Designing

 48

(32+16)

3

Spring

EIC

 

Non-required courses

Supplemental courses

Principle of Communication

 

 

 

EIC

No credit recorded

Digital Signal Processing

 

 

 

EIC

Electronic Circuit of Communication

 

 

 

EIC

Research

 

Literature reading (Master)

 

1

 

EIC

 

Research Proposal (Master)

 

1

 

EIC

Academic Proposal (Master)

 

1

 

EIC

Dissertation (Master)

 

10

 

EIC

Dissertation (Doctor)

 

15

 

EIC

 

 

English Teaching Doctoral Program for Foreign Students of the School of Electronic Information and Communications  (Discipline Code: 0810     Doctor Degree of Engineering) Educational Objectives

1.To have substantial theoretic base in the fields of communication and information science, to have systematic and in-depth professional background and solid foundation in mathematics and specialties concerned;

2.To be responsible for programs in basic theoretic and fore front research, to be independent in theoretic research and hi-tech exploitation, to be innovative and qualified in research, teaching, exploitation and administration in research and higher education institutions, industries and fields concerned;

3.To master at least one foreign language, to have such ability as good writing and international academic exchange in the foreign language one learns;

4.To be strict and truth seeking in scientific research, to have a high degree in morality and civility

Research Fields

This subject admits the student and provides the training based on the grade-1 discipline. And the mainly research directions are as follows: Information Theory, Communication Theory, Information Transmission Theory and Technology, Advanced Switching Theory and Technology, Communication Systems, Information Systems, Information and Communication Network Theory and Technology, Multimedia Communication Theory and Technology, Analysis, Filtering, Identification and Reconstruction Theory and Technology of different media signal such as voice & audio, image, graphics & video and so on, Signal Testing and Estimation Theory, Information Compressing and Coding, Intelligence Information Processing, Artificial Intelligence Theory and Technology and Space Information Science and Technology.

The research fields are as follows:

1. Communication Systems

2. Mobile Communication

3. Advanced Signal Processing

4. Advanced Network Communication Techniques

5. Multimedia Information Processing and Multimedia Communication

6. Network and Information security

7. Computer Graphic and Image Processes and Artificial Intelligence

8. Key Techniques to Distant Education

9. Key Techniques to Electronic Commerce     

10.Capture and Processing of Space Information

11. Satellite Communication and Network

12. The Control and Guidance of Space Vehicle

Program Duration, Credits and Requirement

PhD candidates are guided by the co-efforts of the supervisors and the research team belonging to. Duration for full time PhD candidates is generally set as 3 to 4 years; the time for dissertation defence (graduation) is determined by the supervisor, in case of an earlier or later dissertation defence (graduation), the duration should be no less than 2.5 years or no more than 6 years correspondingly. For those direct entries into PhD programs, the duration should be 4 to 5 years. Appointed research and dissertation writing should be completed before dissertation defence.

The credits are assigned as follows:

Catalogue       

With a master degree

Total credits

≥31

Courses credits

≥12

Technical Dialectic Method 2

English Writing 2

2 credits required to interdisciplinary course of grade-1 disciplines and 6 credits on special discussion

Research credits

≥19

Literature reading   1credit

Research Proposal   1credit

Progress report   1credit

Publication   1credit

Dissertation   15credits

Courses Arrangement: See the details in the Graduate Courses Arrangement for the Discipline of Information and Communication Engineering.

Educational Methods

1.Methods, such as professor tuition, discussion in classes, writing research report, giving dissertation report, learning by oneself and so on, can be used in the study of Special Discussion course.

2.The PhD candidates can choose their classes accordin

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