• Academic Program

Academic program of undergraduate students in electrical engineering


1.Cultivation target

The cultivation project is aimed to equip students with basic theoretic knowledge of electrotechnics, electronics, control science and computer application technology, professional knowledge of power system, electromechanics and power electronics, common knowledge of literature arts, economy and management. It’s also intended to help the students obtain strong ability of practice and innovation, and to enable students to work in fields related to electrical engineering, including system operation, engineering design, experimental analysis, economic management, education, etc. Students are supposed to have a profound understanding in culture and a solid mastering of fundamental knowledge in math, physics and chemistry, a broad view of international situation and excellent comprehensive quality, creativity to transform the latest theoretical achievements into production use, ability to research on and develop new technology and a leading potential to accomplish teamwork and coordinate large-scale project. In summary the students are intended to become composite talents in the field of engineering.


2.knowledge, ability and quality standards for graduates

2.1 Requirements for graduates:

(1)Engineering knowledge: ability to apply math, natural science, basic and professional knowledge of engineering to solving complex engineering problems.

(2)Problem analysis: ability to apply basic theory of math, natural science and engineering science, identify, express and analyze complex engineering problem through studying literature and draw effective conclusions.

(3)Solution proposal: ability to give out solution to complex engineering problems, to design system, unit or process so as to satisfy certain requirements, with presentation of creativity and consideration of factors such as society, health, security, law, culture environment, etc..

(4)Research: ability to perform research on complex engineering problems based on scientific theories and methods, including design and experiment, data analysis and explanation, information aggregation to draw reasonable conclusion.

(5)Utility of modern tools: ability to develop, select and utilize appropriate technology, resources, modern engineering tools and IT tools to solve complex engineering problems, including prediction and simulation of complex engineering problems and understanding the limits.

(6)Engineering and society: ability to make reasonable analysis based on relevant background engineering knowledge, to evaluate the influences of professional engineering practice and solution of complex problems on society, health, security, law and culture, and to understand corresponding responsibility.

(7)Environment and sustainable development: ability to understand and evaluate influences of practice of complex professional engineering problem on environment and sustainable development.

(8)Professional standards: students should have humanistic quality, social science literacy and a sense of social responsibility, understand and abide by professional ethics and standards, carry out responsibilities.

(9)Individual work and teamwork: ability to take the role of an individual, team member and leader in a team with multi-subjects background.

(10)Communication: ability to communicate and interact with fellows in the same trade and public on the topic of complex engineering problems, including writing reports and design documents, making statements and clear expression and replying to orders. Students should have certain international view, and are capable of communication under an intercultural backgrounds.

(11)Project management: understanding and mastering of project management principle and economic decision methods, and ability to apply the knowledge in multi-subjects environment.

(12)Lifelong learning: awareness of autonomous study and lifelong study, ability to learn continually and to adapt to development.


2.2 Quality requirements:

(1)Right outlook on life, values, high sense of social responsibility and good humanistic and scientific literacy.

(2)Internationalized vision and idea of sustainable development, awareness of quality, environment, occupational health, security and service.

(3)Solid scientific quality, strong creativity, spirit of exploring and pursuing truth.

(4)Good psychological quality, healthy living habits, tolerant attitude.


2.3 Knowledge requirements

(1)Fundamental theories and knowledge of basic subjects such as math and physics to meet the requirements of the specialty.

(2)Fundamental theories and skills of the subjects relevant to this specialty, including engineering, electromechanism, electronic technology, computer science, control theory, etc..

(3)Fundamental theory and specialized knowledge of device manufacturing relevant to power generation, transmission, transform, dispatching, control and usage.

(4)Fundamental theory and specialized knowledge of system operation relevant to power generation, transmission, transform, dispatching, control and usage.

(5)Basic humanistic knowledge of engineering economy, management and environment. Understand current development, trend, technique standards of this specialty, policy, laws and orders of relevant trades.

(6)Basic knowledge of querying searching for computer science, network and technology information. Master one foreign language, and be able to communicate with it.


2.4 Ability requirements

(1)Ability of autonomous study and obtaining information.

(2)Strong ability of analysis, induction and expression.

(3)Ability to read English professional technical literature, to communicate in English.

(4)Ability to use computer for CAD, numerical analysis, measuring and control.

(5)Understanding relevant technique standards and laws; ability to develop, design, manufacture, operate and manage in the field of electrical engineering and automation.

(6)Basic ability and strong creativity to study in the field of electrical engineering and automation.

(7)Ability of international communication, competition and cooperation.


2.5 Cultivation system of quality, knowledge and ability

2.5.1 Quality cultivation

(1)Students should have right outlook on life, values, high sense of social responsibility and good humanistic and scientific literacy. Courses and approaches to realize the goal: an introduction to Mao Zedong thought and the theoretical system of socialism with Chinese characteristics;  basic principles of Marxism; outline of modern and contemporary history of China; situation and policy.

(2)Students have the awareness of abiding by professional ethics, rules and codes of behavior. Courses and approaches to realize the goal: ideological and moral cultivation and legal basis; military theory; Employment guidance.

(3)Students should have internationalized vision and idea of sustainable development, awareness of quality, environment, occupational health, security and service. Courses and approaches to realize the goal: introduction to electrical engineering; new technology in smart grid; special issues in new electrical engineering technology; new energy and its generation technology; humanities and social sciences general elective courses.

(4)Students should develop solid scientific quality, strong creativity, spirit of exploring and pursuing truth. Courses and approaches to realize the goal: advanced mathematics; university physics; university physics experiments; electromagnetic field; new energy and its generation technology; integrated course project; graduation project.

(5)Students should develop good psychological quality, healthy living habits, tolerant attitude. Courses and approaches to realize the goal: ideological and moral cultivation and legal basis; humanities and social sciences general elective courses; extracurricular research study and social practice.


2.5.2 Knowledge cultivation

(1)Students should understand fundamental theories and knowledge of basic subjects such as math and physics to meet the requirements of the specialty. Courses and approaches to realize the goal:

(2)Students should learn fundamental theories and skills of the subjects relevant to this specialty, including engineering, electromechanism, electronic technology, computer science, control theory, etc.. Courses and approaches to realize the goal: circuit theory; analog electronic circuit; digital logic circuit; electromagnetic field; mechanical drawing; microcomputer system and interface; signal and system; automatic control theory.

(3)Fundamental theory and specialized knowledge of device manufacturing relevant to power generation, transmission, transform, dispatching, control and usage. Courses and approaches to realize the goal: electromechanics; power electronics; electrical machines; small & special electrical machines and systems; electrical machine design and CAD; high voltage and insulation technology; electrical detection technology.

(4)Fundamental theory and specialized knowledge of system operation relevant to power generation, transmission, transform, dispatching, control and usage. Courses and approaches to realize the goal: electromechanics; power electronics; power system basis; power system transient analysis; introduction to power production technology; power system automatic device principle; power system relay protection; high voltage technology; introduction of power market.

(5)Basic humanistic knowledge of engineering economy, management and environment. Understand current development, trend, technique standards of this specialty, policy, laws and orders of relevant trades. Courses and approaches to realize the goal: humanity and social science courses; introduction to engineering project management; economy and management basis; introduction to engineering laws; environment protection and sustainable development; college English.

(6)Basic knowledge of querying searching for computer science, network and technology information. Master one foreign language, and be able to communicate with it.  Courses and approaches to realize the goal: college computer basis; microcomputer system and interface; computer program designing; college English.


2.5.3 Ability

(1)Ability of autonomous study and obtaining information. Courses and approaches to realize the goal: class discussion; after class study; curriculum experiments; project design; graduation project; extracurricular research study and social practice.

(2)Strong ability of analysis, induction and expression. Courses and approaches to realize the goal: experiment reports of courses; internship report; project design report; graduation project paper.

(3)Ability to read English professional technical literature, to communicate in English. Courses and approaches to realize the goal: technology information query and retrieval; college English; other bilingual specialized courses.

(4)Ability to use computer for CAD, numerical analysis, measuring and control. Courses and approaches to realize the goal: college computer basis; computer program design; microcomputer system and interface; DSP technique and its application.

(5)Understanding relevant technique standards and laws; ability to develop, design, manufacture, operate and manage in the field of electrical engineering and automation. Courses and approaches to realize the goal: cognition practice; professional practice; course design; graduation project; extracurricular research study and social practice.

(6)Basic ability and strong creativity to study in the field of electrical engineering and automation. Courses and approaches to realize the goal: circuit comprehensive experiments; power system dynamic simulation comprehensive experiments; power system comprehensive course design; electrical machine system comprehensive course design; power electronics comprehensive course design; electrical control comprehensive course design; college student extracurricular technique innovation activities; graduation project.

(7)Ability of international communication, competition and cooperation. Courses and approaches to realize the goal: college English; other bilingual specialized courses; professional practice; course design; graduation project; extracurricular research study and social practice.



3.Main subject and similar specialty main subjects: electrical engineering, computer science and technology; control science and engineering. Similar specialties: automation, information engineering.


4.Main courses: see in education schedule.



5.Main practices: military training; industrial system cognition; mechanic manufacturing basic practice; preliminary experiments of the electrics and electronics circuit experiments; digital logic experiments; analog electronic circuit experiments; microcomputer experiments; power system cognition practice; electrical machine practice; electrical machine system comprehensive course design; electrical control system comprehensive design; power electronic system comprehensive course design; production practice; computer programming comprehensive design; MATLAB application and practice; comprehensive circuit design; power system dynamic simulation comprehensive experiments; power system comprehensive course design; social practice; graduation project; extracurricular research study.


6.Bilingual teaching courses: digital analog circuit; power electronic basis; digital signal processing; information communication network basis.


7.English teaching courses: power electronic devices and system; introduction of power market; new energy and its generation technology.


8.Serial seminar courses (including freshman seminar): introduction to electrical engineering; microcomputer system and interface; microcomputer experiment; special issues of new techniques in electrical engineering; new techniques of smart grid new techniques of electrical vehicle; intelligent power distribution and usage technology; DC transmission and FACTS; computer programming comprehensive design; MATLAB application and practice; power system comprehensive course design; electrical machine system comprehensive course design; electrical control system comprehensive course design; power electronic system comprehensive course design.


9.Credit requirements for graduates and credit and GPA requirements for bachelor degree With reference to credit management methods and bachelor degree granting regulations of Southeast University, students are allowed to graduate if the lowest credit requirement of 150 credits is reached. On this basis, students who satisfy foreign language standards of Southeast University and have a GPA more than or equal to 2.0, can be granted bachelor degree.


10.Credit and class hour allocation of different types of courses

Type   of courses

credits

Class   hours

Proportion   of credits

General   education courses

59.5

1236

39.67%

Specialized   courses

60

989

40%

Concentrated   Practical Training (including extracurricular practices) and short-term   courses

 30.5

216

20.33%

Total

150

2441

100%