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Materials Science and Engineering (metal materials)

Date:2014-07-16    Author:     Source:     ClickTimes:

Major:Metal Material Engineering

Program Educational Objectives: To provide educational experiences which challenge students to:

1.Be employed as a metallic materials engineer or in a related engineering or science position, using and developing his or her skills based on the demands of the job.

2.Enter into a graduate or professional program, applying his or her knowledge and experience toward an advanced or professional degree.

3.Be an effective team member, using and developing communication and teamwork skills.

4.Be a responsible engineer/scientist or professional, demonstrating ethical and professional responsibility and continuing to learn through formal and informal educational experiences.

Main courses

Syll

abus

Num.

Required/Elective

Course #

Course Name

Credit

Hours

Class Hours

Lab

Term

General Basic Courses: no less than 49.0 credits

01

R

060030 

Outline of Chinese Contemporary and Modern History 

32 

32 

02

R

060170 

Morals, Ethics and Fundamentals of Law 

42 

42 

03

R

060330 

Situation and Policy 1 

0.5 

04

R

060331 

Situation and Policy 2 

0.5 

05

R

060332 

Situation and Policy 3 

0.5 

06

R

060333 

Situation and Policy 4 

0.5 

07

R

160010 

Physical Education 1 

1.5 

30 

30 

08

R

160011 

Physical Education 2 

1.5 

30 

30 

09

R

160020 

Elective(1) for Physical Education 

1.5 

30 

30 

10

R

160021 

Elective(2) for Physical Education 

1.5 

30 

30 

11

R

170020 

Fundamentals of Computer 

32 

24 

12

R

180010 

Military Theory 

18 

18 

13

E

090010 

College English 1 (reading, writing and translation) 

2.5 

40 

40 

1-2 

14

E

090011 

College English 2(reading, writing and translation) 

2.5 

40 

40 

1-3 

15

E

090012 

College English 3 (reading, writing and translation) 

2.5 

40 

40 

2-4 

16

E

090013 

College English 4 (reading, writing and translation) 

2.5 

40 

40 

3-5 

17

E

090014 

Pre-College English 

2.5 

40 

40 

18

E

090040 

English for Special Purpose 

1.5 

30 

30 

19

E

090810 

CollegeEnglish1(viewing, listening and speaking) 

1.5 

28 

28 

1-2 

20

E

090811 

College English2 (viewing, listening and speaking) 

1.5 

28 

28 

2-3 

21

E

090812 

College English3 (viewing, listening and speaking) 

1.5 

28 

28 

3-4 

22

E

090813 

College English4 (viewing, listening and speaking) 

1.5 

28 

28 

4-5 

23

E

090814 

Pre-College English(viewing, listening and speaking) 

1.5 

28 

28 

24

E

170030 

Basic Computer Operation 

16 

Other Public Elective Courses

For students whose major is economics, management, social science, humanity or arts,natural science and

engineering technology, or those who will find a job or start their own business after graduation, they should obtain at least 2 credits for Public elective courses such as Appreciation of Chinese poems, Japanese, Germany, Chinese Literature, and etc.

Basic Courses of Disciplines: no less than 76.0 credits

25

R

010010-1 

Descriptive Geometry And Mechanical Graphing 

5.5 

88 

88 

1-2 

26

R

010070-1 

Fundamentals Of Mechanical Design 

6.0 

96 

84 

12 

4-5 

27

R

010140 

Interchangeability And Technical Measurement 

2.0 

32 

26 

28

R

020030 

Electrical Technology 

3.5 

48 

34 

14 

29

R

080580 

Electronic Technology 

3.5 

56 

46 

10 

30

R

020420 

C Language Programming 

3.0 

48 

30 

31

R

030010 

Machinery Manufacturing Basics 

3.0 

48 

48 

32

R

030340 

General Chemistry 

2.5 

40 

32 

33

R

030460 

Fundamental Of Materials Science 

5.5 

88 

74 

14 

4-5 

34

R

040020-1 

Engineering Mechanics 

7.0 

112 

106 

3-4 

35

R

150010-3 

Higher Mathematics 

10.0 

164 

164 

1-2 

36

R

150030 

Linear Algebra 

2.5 

40 

40 

37

R

030350 

Physical Chemistry 

3.0 

48 

40 

38

R

030040 

Materials Forming Principle 

4.0 

64 

54 

10 

39

R

150040 

Probabilities And Statistics 

2.5 

40 

40 

40

R

150110-1 

College Physics 

7.0 

112 

112 

2-3 

41

R

150130-1 

College Physics Experiment 

3.0 

60 

60 

2-3 

42

E

030060 

Principle of Heat Transfer 

2.0 

32 

32 

43 

E

020401 

Microcomputer Principle And Applications 

3.0 

48 

36 

44 

E

040060 

Introduction To Automotive 

1.5 

30 

30 

45 

E

010280 

Hydraulic And Pneumatic Transmission 

2.0 

32 

26 

46 

E

050710 

Modern Project Management 

2.0 

32 

32 

47 

E

190010 

Literature Retrieval 

1.0 

18 

18 

48 

E

010040 

Computer Aided Drawing 

1.5 

30 

18 

49 

E

050110

Introduction To Modern Enterprise Administration 

2.5 

40 

31 

50 

E

030950 

Introduction To Material Profession 

1.0 

16 

16 

Specialized Courses: no less than 25.0 credits

51

R

030740 

Engineering Materials Of Automobile 

3.0 

48 

48 

52

R

030710 

Theory of Materials Properties 

3.0 

48 

44 

53

R

030390 

Materials Heat Treatment Principle 

2.0 

30 

30 

54

R

030820 

Materials Heat Treatment Technology 

2.0 

32 

24 

55

E

030760 

Corrosion And Protection Of Metals 

2.5 

40 

40 

56

E

030081 

Specialty English For Materials 

1.5 

24 

24 

57

E

030750 

Modern Methods Of Materials Analysis 

2.5 

40 

36 

58 

E

030220 

The Application Of Computer In Material engineering 

2.0 

32 

22 

59 

E

030790 

Powder Metallurgy Materials And Technologies 

2.0 

32 

30 

60 

E

030540 

Material Surface Engineering 

2.0 

32 

32 

61

E

030780 

Materials Heat Treatment Equipment 

2.5 

40 

40 

62

E

030800 

The Coating Process And Equipment 

2.5 

40 

40 

63

E

030460 

Failure Analysis 

1.0 

18 

18 

64

E

030470 

MetalloGraphic Techniques 

1.0 

18 

18 

65

E

030720 

Advanced Materials 

2.0 

32 

32 

66

E

030960 

Academic Thesis Reading And Writing 

16 

16 

67

E

030030 

Experimental Optimum Design 

1.5 

24 

24 

68

R

030810 

Composite Material 

2.0 

32 

32 

69

R

030550 

Polymer Material 

2.0 

32 

32 

70

R

030580 

Basis Of Computer 3D Design 

2.0 

32 

32 

Practice Training: no less than 40.0 credits

71

R

018010 

Practice Of Descriptive Geometry And Mechanical Graphing 

1 Week 

72

R

018041 

Curriculum Design Of Fundamentals Of Mechanical Design 

3 Weeks 

73

R

018160 

Metalworking Practice (Cold) 

3 Weeks 

74

R

038030 

Cognition Practice 

2 Weeks 

75

R

038050 

Productive Practice 

4 Weeks 

76

R

038070 

Graduation Thesis 

16 

16 Weeks 

77

R

038090 

Metalworking Practice (Hot) 

3 Weeks 

78

R

180810 

Military Training 

1 Week 

79

R

028190 

Electrian & Electron Practice 

2 Weeks