Bachelor degree of Engineering (BEng) in Electronics and Information Engineering

Ⅰ.Program Objective

This program is designed to produce fully-developed engineers in morality, intelligence and heath that are trained to develop the fundamental theories and skills, a consolidated knowledge structure, and to be enhanced with hands-on engineering experiences and innovative initiatives in electronics and information engineering.

The graduates in this program are required to develop the systems and technologies which drive the information age, from acquiring information, transmission, processing to application. They are required to master the basic theories and skills in electronic circuits, signal processing and multimedia processing, and they are able to participate in the design and development of various communication and information systems. The graduates are enhanced with strong professional English in electronics and information engineering, good personality and innovative initiatives. They are qualified to design, integrate and develop systems and technologies in communications engineering in information and communications industries, research institutes, universities and other related communities.

Ⅱ.Learning Outcomes

Students are expected to acquire the following knowledge or skills:

1. Consolidated background in both mathematics and physics and strong English capabilities;

2. Skills in searching literatures and writing technical report, and familiar with the development trends in the information discipline and research frontiers;

3. Understanding of basic theories and methods in information science, and research capabilities of real engineering problems;

4.Mastering principles and technologies in signal processing, information processing systems and participate in the design and development of information systems;

5.Sound knowledge in humanities-and-art and good personality;

6.Cooperative attitude as a team player and strong innovative initiatives.

Ⅲ.Program Highlights

This program focuses on the design and application of information systems in electronic circuits, signal processing and multimedia processing. Students are required to construct solid and broad theoretical background in electronic technologies and information processing, and they are enhanced with the hands-on engineering experiences and innovative initiatives in the design and development of multiple information systems. Upon graduation, graduates may choose to continue their studies at the postgraduate level in electronic science, communication engineering, computer science, automation and optical-electronic related disciplines.

Ⅳ.Major Discipline

Electronics Science and Technology

Ⅴ.Program Length and Degree

Program Length: Four years

Degrees Conferred:  Bachelor of Engineering

Ⅵ.Credits Hours and Units

Minimum Credits of Curriculum (including courses and intensive practical training/internship): 159.3

Minimum Extracurricular Credits: 5

1.Course Credits Hours and Units

Course Type

Course Nature

Hrs/Crs

Percentage (%)

General Education Core Curriculum

Required

1080/61.3

41.9

Elective

160/10

6.8

Discipline-related Courses

Discipline-related General Courses

Required

 552/31.5

21.5

Basic Sub-disciplinary Courses

Required

520/31.5

21.5

Courses in Major

Common Elective Courses

Elective

64/4

2.7

Elective Major Courses

Elective

128/8

5.5

Total

2504/146.3

100

2.Practicum Credits

Course Title

Course Nature

Weeks/Credits

Percentage (%)

Military Training(two weeks)

Required

2/1

7.7

Electrical Engineering Practice

Required

2/1

7.7

Engineering Internship (Social Practice)

Required

2/1

7.7

Course Project of Software

Required

2/1

7.7

Course Project of Hardware

Required

2/1

7.7

Undergraduate Thesis

Required

16/8

61.5

Total

26/13

100

 

3.   Extracurricular Credits

No.

Activities

Requirements

Extracurricular

Credits

1

Community Engagement

Submitting a report and passing the oral defense

1

Individuals awarded “Active Participant” / Teams awarded “Excellent Performance” by HUST or Hubei Youth League Committee

2

2

Qualifications

CET-6

Students whose Band-6 exam scores passed university requirements

2

National Computer Rank

Examination

Holder of the Certificate of Band-2 or higher

2

National Computer Software Qualification

Holder of the Certificate of programmer

2

Holder of the Certificate of Advanced Programmer

3

Holder of the Certificate of System Analyst

4

3

Competitions

University Level

First Prize

3

Second Prize

2

Third Prize

1

Provincial Level

First Prize

4

Second Prize

3

Third Prize

2

National Level

First Prize

6

Second Prize

4

Third Prize

3

4

Academic papers

Published in National-level Journals

Each Paper

2~3

5

Research Programs

Contribution and Research Capability

Each Program

1~3

6

Experiments

Innovation Capacity

Each Experiment

1~3

 

Note: In HUST Sports Meets, number 1~ 2 is equivalent to the first prize winner of the university-level games; number 3~5 is equivalent to the second prize winner of the university-level games; and number 6~8 is equivalent to the third prize winner of the university-level games when the extracurricular credits are calculated.

Ⅶ.Main Courses

Circuit Theory、Analog Electronics、Digital Circuit and Logic Design (Ⅰ)、Signal and Linear System、Digital Signal Processing、Principles of Communications、Electronic Circuits of Communications、Fundamentals of Information Theory、 Stochastic Process、Electromagnetic Field and Wave、Data Structure、Principles of Microcomputer

Ⅷ.Practicum Module (experiments Included)

Electronic Circuit Design, Test and Experiments、Experiments of Microcomputer Principles、Course Project of Software、Course Project of Hardware

Ⅸ.Course Schedule

School (Department): Department of Electronics and Information Engineering   Major: Electronics and Information Engineering

 

 

coursed type


required/elective


course code


course name


hrs


crs

 


semester


extra-cur.


exp.


operation

General Education Core Curriculum

required

0301902


Morals & Ethics & Fundamentals of Laws

40

2.5

 

 

 

1

required

0100721

An Outline of Modern Chinese History

32

2

8

 

 

2

required

0100733

Basic Theory of Marxism

40

2.5

8

 

 

3

required

0100932

Social Practice of Ideological and Political Theories

24

1.5

20

 

 

2

required

0100322

General Introduction to Mao Zedong’s Thoughts and Socialist Theory with Chinese Characteristics

56

3.5

 

 

 

4

required

0100741

Contemporary Affairs and Policies

32

2

14

 

 

1~6

required

0510071

Chinese

32

2

10

 

 

1

required

0508453

College English (Ⅰ)

56

3.5

 

 

 

1

required

0508463

College English (Ⅱ)

56

3.5

 

 

 

2

required

0400111

Physical Education(Ⅰ)

32

1.0

 

 

 

1

required

0400121

Physical Education(Ⅱ)

32

1.0

 

 

 

2

required

0400131

Physical Education(Ⅲ)

32

1.0

 

 

 

3

required

0400141

Physical Education(Ⅳ)

32

1.0

 

 

 

4

required

1100011

Military Theory

16

1.0

 

 

 

1

required

0700011

Calculus(Ⅰ)

88

5.5

 

 

 

1

required

0700012

Calculus(Ⅱ)

88

5.5

 

 

 

2

required

0700048

Physics(Ⅰ)

64

4.0

 

 

 

2

required

0700049

Physics(Ⅱ)

64

4.0

 

 

 

3

required

0706891

Physical Experiments(Ⅰ)

32

1.0

 

32

 

2

required

0706901

Physical Experiments(Ⅱ)

24

0.80

 

24

 

3

required

0700051

Linear Algebra(Ⅰ)

40

2.5

 

 

 

2

required

0700071

Complex Functions and Integral Transforms

40

2.5

 

 

 

3

required

0700063

Probability and Mathematics Statistics (Ⅲ)

40

2.5

 

 

 

3

required

0700081

Mathematics Physics Equations and Functions

40

2.5

 

 

 

4

elective

0800171

Fundamentals of Computer Technology

32

2.0

 

 

12

1

required

0810011

Advanced Programming Language (C++)

56

3.5

 

 

20

2

Discipline-related General Courses

required

0801665

Engineering Graphics(Ⅰ)

40

2.5

 

 

 

1

required

0800441

Introduction to Information Technologies

24

1.5

 

 

 

1/3/5

required

0800113

Circuit Theory (Ⅲ)

88

5.5

 

 

 

2

required

0511901

Information Retrieval in Literature

24

1.5

 

12

 

3

required

0803054

Circuit Measurement Experiments

32

1.0

 

32

 

3

required

0800124

Analog Electronics(Ⅱ)

56

3.5

 

 

 

3

required

0800152

Signal and Linear System

64

4.0

 

8

 

4

required

0800773

Digital Circuit and Logic Design (Ⅰ)

56

3.5

 

 

 

4

required

0815812

Electronic Circuitry Design, Test and Experiments (Ⅰ)

32

1.0

 

32

 

3

required

0815822

Electronic Circuitry Design, Test and Experiments (Ⅱ)

32

1.0

 

32

 

4

required

0800302

Principles of Microcomputer

56

3.5

 

 

 

5

required

0811161

Computer Networks and Applications

48

3.0

 

16

 

5

elective

0810651

Electronic Device Basics and IC Design

56

3.5

 

 

 

6

common courses in specialty

required

0800412

Data Structure

56

3.5

 

 

12

3

required

0803072

Electronic Circuits of Communications

64

4

 

8

 

5

required

0816094

Stochastic Process

48

3

 

8

 

4

required

0800794

Experiments of Microcomputer Principles

32

1

 

32

 

5

required

0808041

Operation Systems

48

3

 

 

8

6

required

0800252

Electromagnetic Field and Wave

40

2.5

 

 

 

5

required

0800161

Digital Signal Processing

48

3

 

8

 

5

required

0832901

Fundamentals of Information Theory

32

2

 

 

 

5

required

0821341

Principles and Design of Embedded Systems

32

2

 

 

 

6

required

0800431

Principles of Communications

64

4

 

8

 

6

required

0803081

Fundamentals of Microwave Engineering

56

3.5

 

8

 

6

 

 

 

Elective Major Courses

64

4

 

 

 

 

Major-specific Electives

elective

0840252

Lectures on Majors and Courses

8

0

 

 

 

5

elective

0800502

Advanced Programming

32

2

 

 

 

6

elective

0800234

Database Systems

32

2

 

 

 

6

elective

0803172

Software Engineering

32

2

 

 

 

6

elective

0809963

Virtual Instrumentation and Applications

32

2

 

 

 

6

elective

0803231

Sensor Technology and Applications

32

2

 

 

 

6

elective

0809123

JAVA Language Programming

32

2

 

 

16

6

elective

0809801

Fundamentals of Reliability

32

2

 

 

 

6

elective

0821351

ARM Processor and Applications

32

2

 

32

 

6

elective

0821361

Altera SOPC and Applications

32

2

 

32

 

6

elective

0821371

Xilinx FPGA and Applications

32

2

 

32

 

6

elective

0821381

MSP430 Microcontroller and Applications

32

2

 

32

 

6

elective

0821391

Freescale Microcontroller and Applications

32

2

 

32

 

6

elective

0821401

8051 Microcontroller Principles and Applications

32

2

 

32

 

6

elective

0803151

Digital Signal Processors and their Applications

32

2

 

32

 

6

elective

0821411

Embedded Linux Software Design

32

2

 

32

 

6

elective

0821421

WinCE Software Design

32

2

 

32

 

6

elective

0833041

Signal Detection and Estimation

40

2.5

 

40

 

7

elective

0833051

Advanced Signal Processing

40

2.5

 

40

 

7

elective

0830041

Fundamentals of Fiber-optic Communications

32

2

 

 

 

7

 

 

Elective Major Courses

128

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elective Courses in Stream A

128

8

 

 

 

 

elective

0840361

Selective Topics on Modern Information Processing

16

1

 

 

 

6/7

elective

0803211

Digital Speech Processing

32

2

 

 

 

6/7

elective

0800243

Digital Image Processing

40

2.5

 

 

 

6/7

elective

0803142

Video Technology

40

2.5

 

 

 

6/7

elective

0810572

Multimedia Technology and Applications

40

2.5

 

 

16

6/7

elective

0809873

Radar Array Signal Processing

40

2.5

 

 

 

6/7

elective

0840321

Bio-information and Medical Image Processing

40

2.5

 

 

 

6/7

elective

0840471

Satellite Navigation System: Principles and Applications

32

2

 

 

 

6/7

elective

0801621

Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition

32

2

 

 

 

6/7

 

 

Elective Courses in Stream B

128

8

 

 

 

 

elective

0840391

Advanced Topics on Information Security

16

1

 

 

 

6/7

elective

0833101

Security of Networks and Information

32

2

 

 

 

6/7

elective

0833111

Digital Watermarking and Applications

32

2

 

 

 

6/7

elective

0833061

Wavelet Analysis and Application

32

2

 

 

 

6/7

elective

0806491

Data Mining

32

2

 

 

 

6/7

elective

0840381

Applied Cryptography

32

2

 

 

 

6/7

practical training items

required

1300013

Military Training

2w

1.0

 

 

 

1

required

1304411

Electrical Engineering Practice

2w

1.0

 

 

 

4

required

1302341

Engineering Internship

2w

1.0

 

 

 

6

required

1300396

Course Project of Software

2w

1.0

 

 

 

5

required

1300403

Course Project of Hardware

2w

1.0

 

 

 

6

required

130004a

Undergraduate Thesis

16w

8.0

 

 

 

8

 

Bachelor degree of Engineering (BEng) for the Second Major in

Electronics and Information Engineering

Ⅰ.Program Objective

 This program is designed to produce fully-developed engineers in morality, intelligence and heath that are trained to develop the fundamental theories and skills, a consolidated knowledge structure, and to be enhanced with hands-on engineering experiences and innovative initiatives in electronics and information engineering.

Ⅱ.Program Degree

 Bachelor of Engineering

Ⅲ.Credits Unites

Minimum Course Credits:45  

Including:

        Discipline-related General Courses:12

        Basic Sub-disciplinary Courses:5.5

        Major-specific Core Courses:9.5

        Major-specific Electives:13

        Undergraduate Thesis:5

Ⅳ.Course Schedule

course type


required/elective


course code


course name


hrs


crs

 


semester


extra-cur.


exp.


operation

Displine-related General Courses

required

0800441

Introduction to Information Technologies

24

1.5

 

 

 

1/3/5

required

0800124

Analog Electronics(Ⅱ)

56

3.5

 

 

 

3

required

0800155

Signal and Linear System

64

4.0

 

8

 

3

required

0811161

Computer Networks and Applications

48

3.0

 

16

 

6

 Basic Sub-disciplinary Courses

required

0800773

Digital Circuit and Logic Design (Ⅰ)

56

3.5

 

 

 

4

required

0827002

Electronic Circuitry Design, Test and Experiments (Ⅰ)

32

1.0

 

32

 

4

required

0827002

Electronic Circuitry Design, Test and Experiments (Ⅱ)

32

1.0

 

32

 

5

Core Major Courses

required

0800252

Electromagnetic Field and Wave

48

3

 

 

 

5

required

0800161

Digital Signal Processing

48

3

 

8

 

5

required

0803071

Electronic Circuits of Communications

64

4

 

8

 

5

 Major-specific Electives

required

0800511

Fundamentals of Information Theory

40

2.5

 

 

 

6

elective

0803141

Video Technology

40

2.5

 

 

 

6

elective

0803151

Digital Signal Processors and their Applications

32

2

 

32

 

6

elective

0800431

Principles of Communications

64

4

 

8

 

7

elective

0800241

Digital Image Processing

48

3

 

 

 

7

elective

0803211

Digital Speech Processing

32

2

 

 

 

7

 practical training items

required

1300057

Undergraduate Thesis

10w

10.0

 

 

 

8

Bachelor degree of Engineering (BEng) for the Minor in Electronics and Information Engineering

Ⅰ.Program Objective

This program is designed to produce fully-developed engineers in morality, intelligence and heath that are trained to develop the fundamental theories and skills, a consolidated knowledge structure, and to be enhanced with hands-on engineering experiences and innovative initiatives in electronics and information engineering.

Ⅱ.Credits

Minimum Course Credits:28

Including:

        Discipline-related General Courses:15

        Basic Sub-disciplinary Courses:13

Ⅲ.Course Schedule

Course type


required/elective


course code


course name


hrs


crs

 


semester


extra-cur.


exp.


operation

Discipline-related General Courses

required

0800152

Signal and Linear System

56

3.5

 

8

 

3

required

0800124

Analog Electronics(Ⅱ)

56

3.5

 

 

 

3

required

0800773

Digital Circuit and Logic Design (Ⅰ)

56

3.5

 

 

 

4

required

0827002

Electronic Circuitry Design, Test and Experiments

64

2.0

 

32

 

2

Basic Sub-disciplinary Courses

required

0803071

Electronic Circuits of Communications

64

4

 

8

 

5

required

0800511

Fundamentals of Information Theory

32

2

 

 

 

5

required

0800431

Principles of Communications

64

4

 

8

 

6

 

 

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