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Exploration of Talent Training Models for Electrical Engineering Majors in Local Agricultural Universities under the Background of New Engineering

Hongchao Wang, Ziyu Wang, Chunying Liang, Lin Wan


With the continuous development of China’s electrical industry, there is an urgent need for universities to provide more high-quality talents for the industry. Under the background of new engineering disciplines, undergraduate education in electrical engineering in local agricultural universities should be combined with industry needs, and the talent training mode should be changed. In the context of the new engineering discipline, this paper analyzes the trend and status of talent training reform in the field of electrical engineering. It proposes to explore the talent training model in the field of teaching staff , mentor system, science and technology associations, internship and practical training, innovation ability, scientific research team, and school enterprise cooperation, in order to cultivate interdisciplinary and applied innovative talents in the field of electrical engineering.


New Engineering; Electrical engineering; Talent cultivation; Mode

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v8i2.12996