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Undergraduate Program for Specialty in Electrical Engineering and Its Automation


1. Introduction

Established in 1936, the specialty, at present, is a “National Level Program with Distinctive Features” and a pilot project of “Educating and Training Outsanding Engineers”of Ministry of Education. With the State Key Discipline (Level 1) of “Electrical Engineering”, Doctorate Authorization of First-Level Discipline of “Electrical Engineering”, Post-doctoral Research Center of “Electrical Engineering”, State Key Laboratory of Power Transmission Equipment & System Security, “Theory and Technology of Security of High-voltage Power Transmission and Distribution Equipments”, Innovative Research Group of Natural Science Foundation of China, National Engineering Teaching Base for Electrical and Electronic Basic Courses, National Demonstration Center for Basic Electrical and Electronic Experimental Teaching and National Teaching Team for Electrical and Electronical Basic Courses, it provides excellent condition and environment for cultivation and development of students.

After enrollment, 30 freshmen of the specialty will be selected to conduct their study at top-notch creative talents cultivation experimental class of Hongshen Honors School. In the fifth semester, all the students, based on their own aspiration and teachers’ situation, will choose direction of their graduation design and academic supervisor ahead of time. Under the guidance of academic supervisors, senior students will finish their courses and graduation design on time.

 


2. Standard Schooling Length

Four years

 


3. Degree

Bachelor of Science, BSc

 


4. Educational Objectives and Specifications

1). Educational Objectives

The objective of the program is to cultivate high-quality graduate students who:

possess solid fundamental theories in the fields of electrical engineering, electronics and information technology , and automatic control and computer application technology;

get a wide knowledge of electrical engineering and excellent engineering practical ability;

have basic knowledge of humanistic and social science and economic management;

own spirit of innovation and sense of social responsibility;

can work on scientific research, engineering design, technology development, system operation and economic management in electrical engineering or relevant fields.

2). Educational Specifications

1Knowledge Requirements

K1Good knowledge of humanistic and social science and economic management;

K2Solid knowledge of natural science as mathematics, physics, etc;

K3Solid basic theory and knowledge of electrical engineering;

K4Domain knowledge on 1-2 majors in electrical engineering.

2Ability Requirements

A1Requisite professional skills in electrical engineering;

A2Basic ability to analyze and solve practical problems in electrical engineering;

A3Good competence in English and computer application;

A4Good organizing and managing competence, communication skill and team spirit;

A5Ability of expression in presentating and writing;

A6Self-directed learning skill.

3Quality Requirements

Q1Lofty ideals, broad vision, strong enterprise;

Q2Noble sentiments, healthy body, wholesome personality;

Q3Strong sense of social responsibility and excellent professional ethics;

Q4Thinking, diligent, explorative and innovative;

Q5Good psychological quality, optimistic mentality.

 


5. Core Courses

Circuit Principles, Electronics Technology, Computer Technology, Principles of Electromagnetic Field, Signals and Systems, Principles of Automatic Control, Electrical Machinery, Technology of Power Electronics, Measurement and Control of Electric Machines, Steady-State Analysis of Power System, High Voltage Technology, Electric Drives, Illuminating Technology.

 


6. Featured Courses

1Seminar Courses:

Freshman Seminars

Contamination and icing insulation of power system

DSP and its Application

Electric Safety

Technique of Communication and Network in Building

2English Course:

Electromagnetic Compatibility and Environment Protection

3Bilingual Courses:

Engineering Drawing

High Voltage Technology

Wind Power Generation Technology

Power Supply and Distribution System

 


7. Requirements of Credits and its Distribution

 

Course Type

Required credits

Elective credits

Notes

General and Cultural Quality Courses


8


Foundation Courses

12

5

Politics

10

Foreign Language

17

Math

9

Physics


6

Military & Sports


Biology & Chemistry

4

Computer Science

4.5

Others

Professional foundations

38.5

6


Major Courses


9


Practical Internship

29



Unrestricted elective courses


10

1 inter-disciplinary course

Practical training besides lectures


2


Total Credits

168+2

Notes


  

8. List of Courses

 

List of Courses in Electrical Engineering and Its Automation

Course

Code

Name of Courses

Total

Credits

Total class hours

Class hours

Hours Allocation

Semester

Knowledge

Ability

Quality

Lecture

Experiment

Practice

Others

General and Foundational Courses

Requirement: Elective foundation courses≥13Credits; Elective cultural courses≥8Credits.

Required Courses

EE10900

Freshman Seminars

1

16

16

16




1

K1K4

A4A5A6

Q1Q3Q4

IPT

10200

Outline of Modern Chinese History

2

32

32

32




1




ME10102

Engineering Drawing)(Bilingual

3.5

56

56

56




1




IPT

10100


Ethics and Rudiments of Law

2

32

32

32




2




IPT

10400

Overview of Theoretical System of Maoism and Chinese Characteristics Socialism

3

48

48

48




3




IPT

10300

Marxism Philosophy

3

48

48

48




4




IPT

10000

Current Social Situations

2

32

32

32




1-8




MET

11000

Military CourseIncluding Training and Theories

2

32

32

32



3

3W

1




PESS

12010

Physical Health Knowledge

1

16

32


32



1-7




PESS

12020

Swimming

1

16

32


32






PESS

22040

Long-distance race

1

16

32


32






PESS

22030

Optional Skills

1

16

32


32






MATH

10012

Advanced Mathematics 1electronic information

5

80

80

80




1




MATH

10022

Advanced Mathematics 2

electronic information

6

96

96

96




2




MATH

10032

Linear Algebra

3

48

48

48




2




MATH

20050

Complex Variable Functions

3

48

48

48




4




PHYS

10013

College Physics-1

3.5

56

56

56




2




PHYS

10023

College Physics-2

4

64

64

64




3




PHYS

12000

College Physical Experiments

1.5

24

48


48



3




EUS 10011

Academic Literacy English(1)

2

32

32

32




1




EUS 10111

English Communication Skills (1)

1

16

16

16




1




EUS 10021

Academic Literacy English(2)

2

32

32

32




2




EUS 10121

English Communication Skills (2)

1

16

16

16




2




EGP

20***

Series Courses of Occupation Accomplishment English

2

32

32

32




3




EAD

20***

Series Courses of Academic Literacy English

2

32

32

32




4




EE31210

MCU Principle and Its Application

4

64

80

48

32



5

K3K4

A2~A6

Q3~Q5


Sub-total

62.5

1000


Elective course


General Education and Humanities Quality Courses

8

128

128

128








CST

11001

Fundamentals of Computer

2

32

48

16



32

1




CST

11004

C++ Programming Technology

3

48

64

32



32

2




CHEM

10006

College Chemistry 

2

32

32

32




2




CHEM

12003

College Chemistry Experiment 

0.5

8

16


16



2




MATH

20041

Probability and Mathematical Statistics)

3

48

48

48




3





Sub-total

18.5

296


Professional foundations

Requirement: Elective professional foundation courses≥6 Credits.

Required courses

EE10000

Circuit PrinciplesI-1

4

64

64

64




2

K2K3

A1A2A3A5A6

Q1Q4Q5

EE20000

Circuit PrinciplesI-2

3

48

48

48




3

K2K3

A1A2A3A5A6

Q1Q4Q5

EE21000

Circuit Experiment

1.5

24

40

8

32



3

K3

A1

Q4

EE20100

Analog Electronics Technology

3.5

56

56

56




3

K3

A1~A6

Q4Q5

EE22100

Experiment of Analog Electronics

0.5

8

16


16



3




EE20010

Principles of Electromagnetic FieldI

4

64

64

64




4

K3

A2A4A5A6

Q1Q4

EE21020

Signals and Systems

2.5

40

44

36

8



4




EE20110

Digital Electronics Technology

3.5

56

56

56




4

K2K3K4

A1A2A3A5A6

 Q1Q3Q4Q5

EE22110

Experiment of Digital Electronics

0.5

8

16


16



4




EE31200

Principles of Automatic ControlI

4

64

70

58

12



5

K2K3K4

A1A6

Q2Q4

EE31400

Electrical Machinery1

5

80

88

72

16



5

K3

A2~A6

 Q1Q3Q4Q5

AEME

21410

Engineering Mechanics

3.5

56

58

54

4



5




EE31700

Technology of Power Electronics

3

48

52

44

8



6





Sub-total

38.5

616


Elective courses

EE21001

Computer Aided Analysis of Electronics and Circuit

2

32

52

12



40

3

K3

A2A3A4

Q4Q5

EE22101

Practical Technology of Electronic Design Automation

1

16

32




32

3




EE30011

Digital Signal Processing

3

48

48

48




5




EE30001

Electromagnetic Compatibility and Environment Protection

in English

2

32

32

32




5

K2K3

A1A2A3

Q1Q4Q5

EE30401

Electrical Machinery2

2

32

32

32




6

K3K4

A2A3A5A6

 Q1Q3Q4Q5

EE31201

Embedded System and Its Application

2

32

40

24

16



6

K4

A1A2A4A6

Q4


Sub-total

12

192


Unrestricted elective courses

Notes:

1.       Total credits of Unrestricted elective courses≥10 Credits.

2.       Take at least 1 interdisciplinary course, suggested courses: Engineering Economics, Technological Economics.

3.       Take at least 2 unrestricted elective courses with , ≥4 Credits. Students in Electric Machinery direction should take “Measurement and Control of Electric Machines”, Power System direction should take “Steady State Power System Analysis”, High Voltage direction should take “High Voltage Technology”, Power electronics direction should take “Electrical Power Drives”, Building Electricity direction should take “Illuminating Technology”.

4.       Required to select a minimum of 4 credits from other Unrestricted elective courses.


Interdisciplinary Elective Courses

2

32










EE31402

Measurement and Control of Electric Machines

2

32

36

28

8



6

K3

A2~A5

Q1~Q3

EE31502

Steady State Power System Analysis

3

48

56

40



16

6

K4

 A1A2A3A6

Q1~Q5

EE30602

High Voltage TechnologyBilingual

2.5

40

40

40




6

K3

A1A2A4A5A6

 Q1Q3Q4Q5

EE31702

Electrical Power Drives

2

32

36

28

8



6

K3

A2~A6

Q1Q3Q4Q5

EE31802

Illuminating Technology

2

32

36

28

8



6

K4

A2A3A5A6

Q3Q4

EE30403

Electromechanical Energy Conversion

2

32

32

32




6

K3K4

A1A2A6

Q1~Q5

EE31203

Transducer Principles and Its Application

2

32

36

28

8



6

K2K3K4

A1A2A3A6

Q1Q4

EE31213

Electrical Control Technology

3.5

56

62

50

12



6

K4

A1A2A4A6

Q4

EE30223

Instrument and Process Control

2

32

32

32




6

K2

A2

Q4

EE30233

Technology of Computer Control

2

32

32

32




6

K3

A1A2A3

Q4

EE31243

DSP and its ApplicationSeminar Course

2

32

44

20

24



6





Sub-total

27

432


Elective courses for professional directions

Requirement

1. Total credits≥9 Credits.

2. Take at least 3 elective courses (≥6 Credits) in one professional direction.


  Electric Machinery Direction

EE30404

Design of Electrical Machines

3

48

48

48




6

K4

A1A2

Q3Q4

EE41404

Simulation of Electric Machine and its System

2

32

36

28



8

7

K2K3K4

A1~A6

Q1Q4Q5

EE40414

Excitation Control of Synchronous Machine

2

32

32

32




7

K4

A2A6

Q1~Q5

EE41424

Wind Power Generation TechnologyBilingual

2

32

36

28



8

7

K4

A1~A6

 Q1 Q3~Q5

EE41434

Permanent Magnet Machine

2

32

36

28



8

7

K3

A2A3A5A6

Q1Q3Q4


Sub-total

11

176


Power System Direction

EE30504

Electrical Sections of Power Plant and Substation

2

32

32

32




6

K4

A1A2A6

Q1~Q5

EE31514

Electromagnetic Transient State Analysis of Power System

2

33

36

30



6

6

K4

A2A3A5A6

Q1Q3Q4Q5

EE40504

Power System Automation

2

32

32

32




7

K3K4

A1A2A4A5A6

Q1Q3Q4

EE40514

Power System Planning and Reliability

2

32

32

32




7

K4

A1A2A3A6

Q1~Q5

EE41524

Relay Protection of Power System

2.5

39

42

36

6



7

K4

A2A4A5A6

 Q1Q3Q4Q5

EE41534

Stability Analysis of Power System

2

33

36

30



6

7

K4

A1A2A3

Q1~Q5


Sub-total

12.5

201


  High Voltage Direction

EE31604

Testing Technique of High Voltage

2.5

40

50

32

18



6




EE31614

Numerical computation of overvoltage in power system and grounding

2.5

40

44

36



8

6

K3

A1~A6

 Q1Q3Q4Q5

EE40604

Online Monitoring for Electrical Equipment

2

32

32

32




7




EE40614

High Voltage Apparatus

2

32

32

32




7

K3K4

A1A2A6

Q4

EE40624

Pollution and Icing Insulation of Power System

Seminar Course

2

32

32

32




7





Sub-total

11

176


  Power Electronics Direction

EE41704

Power Devices and its Application

2

32

36

28

8



7

K4

A1A2A4A6

Q1Q4

EE41714

Modeling and Simulation of Power Electronics System

2

32

40

24



16

7

K3K4

A1A2A3

Q4

EE41724

Technology of Power Sources

2

32

36

28

8



7




EE40734

Power Quality and its Control

2

32

32

32




7





Sub-total

8

128


  Building Electricity Direction

EE31804

Foundation of Building Electricity Design

2

32

40

24



16

6

K4

A1A3A6

Q3Q4

EE31814

Power Supply and Distribution SystemBilingual

3

48

52

46

6



6

K4

A1A2A3A6

Q3Q4

EE40804

Intelligent Systems in Building

2.5

40

40

40




7

K4

A1A2A4A6

Q3Q4

EE40814

Electric Safety

Seminar Course

2.5

40

40

40




7

K4

A1A2A5A6

Q3Q4

EE41824

Electrical Energy Conservation and New Energy Application in Building

2

32

34

30

4



7

K4

A1A2A6

Q3Q4

EE40834

Technique of Communication and Network in Building

Seminar Course

2.5

40

40

40




7

K4

A1A2A4A6

Q3Q4


Sub-total

14.5

232


Practical Internship

Requirement: suggest the students with good science foundation select “Research Training”.

Compulsory Part

IPT

13100

Ethics and Legal Practice

1

1

1W

1

1W




1

1W

2




IPT

13400

Overview of Theoretical System of Maoism and Chinese Characteristics Socialism in Practice

3

3

3W

3

3W




3

3W

3




ENGR

14102

Electronic Technology Practice

1

1

1W

1

1W



1

1W


3




ENGR

14006

Metalworking Practice

2

2

2W

2

2W



2

2W


4




EE25120

Course Project of Electronics

2

2

2W

2

2W




2

2W

4

K2K3K4

A1A2A3A5A6

 Q1Q3Q4Q5

EE34900

Understanding Internship

2

2

2W

2

2W



2

2W


5

K3

A1A2A6

Q1Q3

EE35220

The Integrated Design About Measure and Control System of MCU

1

2

2W

2

2W




2

2W

6

K2

A1A3A6

Q4Q5

EE34910

Production Internship

2

2

2W

2

2W



2

2W


6

K1K3K4

A1A2A4A5

Q1~Q4

EE45910

Graduation Project

15

17

17W

17

17W




17

17W

8





Sub-total

29

32


Elective Part

EE45905

Scientific Research Training

1







5-7

K3K4

A2~A6

Q1Q3Q4


小计Sub-total

1




   Practical training besides lectures


Notes: Practical training besides lectures includes Health education, Social practice, Seminar, Competition, Club activity, Public service activity, etc. 2 credits.

EE43900

Comprehensive Social Practice

2







1-8

K1

A4~A6

Q1~Q5


Sub-total

2





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Program of A Second Major for Students in

Electrical Engineering and Its Automation

 

 

 

 

1. Objectives and Specifications

1). Educational Objectives

The objective of the program is to cultivate high quality graduate students who:

possess solid fundamental theories in the fields of electrical engineering, electronics and information technology , and automatic control and computer application technology;

get a wide knowledge of electrical engineering and excellent engineering practical ability;

have basic knowledge of humanistic and social science and economic management;

own spirit of innovation and sense of social responsibility;

can work on scientific research, engineering design, technology development, system operation and economic management in electrical engineering or relevant fields.

2). Educational Specifications

Solid basic theory and knowledge of electrical engineering(K3), Domain knowledge on 1-2 majors in electrical engineering(K4), Requisite professional skills in electrical engineering(A1), Basic ability to analyze and solve practical problems in electrical engineering(A2).

 


2. Requirements

Credits for minor should be no less than 25

Credits for a second major should be no less than 50

 


3. Course Arrangement

1). Course List for Minor

Course

Code

Name of Courses

Total

Credits

Total class hours

Class hours

Hours Allocation

Semester

Knowledge

Ability

Quality

Lecture

Experiment

Practice

Others

Required Courses

EE10000

Circuit PrinciplesI-1

4

64

64

64




2

K2K3

A1A2A3A5A6

Q1Q4Q5

EE20000

Circuit PrinciplesI-2

3

48

48

48




3

K2K3

A1A2A3A5A6

Q1Q4Q5

EE20110

Digital Electronics Technology(Ⅱ)

3.5

56

56

56




4

K2K3K4

A1A2A3A5A6

 Q1Q3Q4Q5

EE31200

Principles of Automatic ControlI

4

64

70

58

12



5

K2K3K4

A1A6

Q2Q4

EE31400

Electrical Machinery1

5

80

88

72

16



5

K3

A2~A6

 Q1Q3Q4Q5


Sub-total

19.5

312










Elective Courses

Requirement: Take at least 4 credits in Unrestricted Elective Courses in Electrical Engineering.


Unrestricted Elective Courses

4

64











Sub-total

4

64










Practical Training

EE34900

Understanding Internship

2

2nd week

2nd week



2nd week


5

K3

A1A2A4A5A6

Q1Q3


Sub-total

2

2
























2). Course List for Second Major

Course

Code

Name of Courses

Total

Credits

Total class hours

Class hours

Hours Allocation

Semester

Knowledge

Ability

Quality

Lecture

Experiment

Practice

Others

Required Courses

EE10000

Circuit PrinciplesI-1

4

64

64

64




2

K2K3

A1A2A3A5A6

Q1Q4Q5

EE20000

Circuit PrinciplesI-2

3

48

48

48




3

K2K3

A1A2A3A5A6

Q1Q4Q5

EE20010

Principles of Electromagnetic FieldI

4

64

64

64




4

K3

A2A4A5A6

Q1Q4

EE21020

Signals and Systems(Ⅲ)

2.5

40

44

36

8



4




EE20110

Digital Electronics Technology(Ⅱ)

3.5

56

56

56




4

K2K3K4

A1A2A3A5A6

 Q1Q3Q4Q5

EE31200

Principles of Automatic ControlI

4

64

70

58

12



5

K2K3K4

A1A6

Q2Q4

EE31400

Electrical Machinery1

5

80

88

72

16



5

K3

A2~A6

 Q1Q3Q4Q5

EE31700

Technology of Power Electronics

3

48

52

44

8



6





Sub-total

29

464










Elective Courses

Requirement: Take at least 4 credits in Unrestricted Elective Courses in Electrical Engineering.


Unrestricted Elective Courses

4

64











Sub-total

4

64










Practical Training

EE34900

Understanding Internship

2

2nd week

2nd week



2nd week


5

K3

A1A2A4A5A6

Q1Q3

EE45910

Graduation Project

15

17 weeks

17 weeks




17 weeks

8





Sub-total

17

19













 
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