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Exploration on the Teaching Mode of Professional Courses Based on the New Engineering Subject

Haiying Guo, Xiaoheng Geng, Xinlei Jia, Hongjun Huo


With the progress of the society and the times, the requirements for talent training in universities are getting higher and higher and the curriculum reforms of various majors in universities are also being carried out in an orderly manner. Compared with other majors, the challenges and difficulties faced by the reform of the new engineering specialty curriculum system and the construction of the specialty curriculum are greater. Based on the inherent meaning of new engineering specialty construction, this article attempts to explore and study the teaching mode of new engineering specialty curriculum, hoping to provide experience for the construction of new engineering specialty curriculum in major universities in China, provide a new paradigm for new engineering specialty construction and train more outstanding engineering professionals for the society.


New Engineering; Specialized Courses; Teaching Mode

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i1.1849