(1) Educational Objectives

1) Develop rigorous and realistic scientific attitude and style, to have realistic and innovative spirit and good research ethics;

2) Systematically and deeply master the basic knowledge of Science and basic specialized knowledge of Computer Science and Technology;

3) Make creative achievements in the professional field;

4) Have the ability of independent work in the scientific research.

(2) Educational Content

For Ph.D. students with master degree, they should complete at least 29 credits, including 10 credits of the degree required courses and 19 credits of research requirements.

For Ph.D. students with only bachelor degree, they should complete at least 53 credits, including 34 credits of the degree required courses and 19 credits of research requirements.

The PhD students at least read 100 literatures related to the thesis topic , including at least 50 foreign literature,and submit the review report.

The PhD students should participate in and complete at least one subject provided by instructors as the main members, and attend the international academic conferences at least 2 times.

(3) Educational Type

For Ph.D. students with master degree, they adopt a flexible system based on 3-5 years of schooling. For Ph.D. students with only bachelor degree, they adopt a flexible system based on 4-6 years of schooling.

(4) Courses

Detailed requirements of the credit units and courses are as follows.

Category

For Ph.D. students with only bachelor degree

Ph.D. students with master degree

Total Credits

≥53 Credits

≥29 Credits

Course Credits

≥34Credits

(First-level Courses

≥6Credits)

Public University Level Courses≥9Credits

Public Elective Course≥1Credits

≥10Credits

(First-level Courses

≥4Credits)

Public University Level Courses≥4Credits

Basic Courses in Discipline

≥25Credits

Basic Courses in Discipline

≥6Credits

Research Credits

≥19 Credits

Literature Reading and Research Proposal 

1Credits

≥19 Credits

Literature Reading and Research Proposal 

1Credits

attending international academic conference and submit the thesis

1Credits

attending international academic conference and submit the thesis 1Credits

the mid-term report of the thesis 1Credits

the mid-term report of the thesis 1Credits

Publishing academic papers 1Credits

Publishing academic dissertation  1Credits

Dissertation 

10Credits

Dissertation 

10Credits

 

Category

Course Title

Hours

Credits

Semester

Public University Level Courses

Dialectics of Nature

18

1

Spring/Fall

Socialist Theory with Chinese Characteristics

36

2

Spring/Fall

English

32

2

Spring/Fall

Social Translation/science & engineering

 

1

 

Courses in First-level

Discipline

Matrix Theory

48

3

Fall

Stochastic Process

48

3

Fall

Advanced Computer Architecture*

32

2

Fall

Modern Computer Networks *

32

2

Fall

Parallel Processing*

32

2

Fall

Theory and Technology of Modern Data Management *

32

2

Fall

Multimedia*

32

2

Fall

Courses in  Second-level Discipline

Theory and Technology of Information Storage*

32

2

Fall

Analysis and Performance of Computer System (Training in English)

32

2

Fall

Software Engineering Methodology

32

2

Fall

Artificial Intelligence*

32

2

Fall

The Basic Theory of Computing*

32

2

Fall

Cryptography

32

2

Fall

Professional Elective Courses

Network Security Project(Training in English)*

32

32

Fall

Information Storage System Project

16

16

Fall

Computer System Architecture Project*

24

24

Spring

Grid Computing and Cloud Computing

32

32

Spring

Computer System Virtualization(Training in English)

32

32

Spring

Mobile Spatio-temporal Database System(Training in English)

32

32

Fall

High Security Database System Characteristics Research

32

32

Fall

Multimedia Processing Technology Based on Content

32

32

Fall

Modern Methods of Solving NP-hard Problem(Training in English)

32

32

Fall

Research on Several Key Image Processing Algorithms(Training in English)

32

32

Fall

Approximate Algorithm Design Practice

32

32

Fall

* International First-level Courses