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Exploration and Practice of the Undergraduate Training Mode in Electronic and Information Engineering with Marine Characteristics

Xinmin Ren and Haiyong Zheng
College of Information Science and Engineering, Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China

Abstract—Marine higher education plays an important role in ocean countries in the world. Interdisciplinary integration of ocean and other disciplines has been the development trend and characteristics since the 21st century. In this paper, some explorations and practices have been carried out about the talents cultivation in Electronic Information Engineering with marine characteristics in Ocean University of China. This is a practical choice based on the national marine strategy and regional development demand for marine talents, and also benefiting the discipline intersection of information and ocean in College of Information Science and Engineering. We develop the professional training program with marine characteristics, including curriculum system and course syllabus. In order to strengthen the students’ engineering practice, we construct multi-level, multi-stage and diversified practical teaching system; offer students various innovative practice out of class; open advanced experimental platform. As a result, the specialty construction in Electronic Information Engineering based on all of these measures is feasible and effective in improving the engineering ability of students, especially the application ability of electronic information in the ocean.
Index Terms—undergraduate training mode, Electronic Information Engineering, marine characteristics, interdisciplinary integration, engineering practice

Cite: Xinmin Ren and Haiyong Zheng, "Exploration and Practice of the Undergraduate Training Mode in Electronic and Information Engineering with Marine Characteristics," International Journal of Learning and Teaching, Vol. 7, No. 4, pp. 261-265, December 2021. doi: 10.18178/ijlt.7.4.261-265

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