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Construction of a Talent Training Mechanism for Engineering Management Majors in Applied Undergraduate Colleges Under the Background of Integration of Production and Education

Xiaoying Jiao


Under the background of the integration of production and education, my country's applied undergraduate colleges are facing the challenge of comprehensive teaching reform. The training of engineering management professionals should be oriented to market needs, promote employment as the orientation, strengthen close cooperation with enterprises, and rebuild Brand new talent training mechanism. This article analyzes the many problems in the talent training of the engineering management major of applied undergraduate colleges, expounds the necessity of rebuilding the talent training mechanism under the background of the integration of production and education, and discusses the clearing of talent training goals, perfecting the curriculum and teaching system, Strengthen the four aspects of school-enterprise cooperation mode, form a team of dual-qualified teachers, and build a training mechanism for engineering management professionals in applied undergraduate colleges.


Integration of Interpretation and Education; Applied Undergraduate Colleges; Engineering Management Major; Talent Training Mechanism

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i11.2991