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Doctoral Program

Northeast Normal University Department of Chemistry
International Education Program for MA and PhD Degrees in Chemistry

Program Description

The International Education Program for MA and PhD Degrees in the department of Chemistry is one of the full English instruction programs of Northeast Normal University.This program provides Master and Doctor of chemistry degree (including: inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, analysis chemistry, physical chemistry and polymer chemistry) in the department of chemistry with various academic research focuses. The program is suited for those who want to pursue a career in chemistry that may lead to teaching or consulting practice and for scholars who intend to explore particular research issues in depth.

MA &PhD Research Area

Inorganic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Analysis Chemistry

Physical Chemistry

Polymer Chemistry

Program Structure

-For those who are pursing MA degree, they are required to accomplish 35 credits, including 30 coursework credits and 5 credits of MA or PhD thesis. 

Mentorship and Supervision

An academic mentorship will be arranged for students’ research project and thesis/dissertation. Both MA degree pursuing students and advanced study scholars will be assigned a research supervisor on the basis of mutual academic interests. For PhD students, the supervision will be given based on students’ research intention and faculty members’ expertise by a supervising group consisting of three faculty members under the leadership of the core supervisor. The supervisors and supervising groups accordingly will be responsible to guide and monitor students’ research process from research proposal to final thesis/dissertation accomplishment.

Course Planfor MA & PhD Program


 Course

Hours

Credits

Semester

1

Modern Analytical Techanology





Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

20

1

1


Chromatography

40

2

1

2

Crystal Structure Analysis

40

2

1

3

Modern Instrumental Analysis Experiment

60

3

1

4

Advanced Material Chemistry

40

2

1

5

Colloid and Interface Chemistry

40

2

1

6

Quantum chemical calculations

20

1

1

7

Public Chinese

40

2

1

8

Brief Introduction to China

40

2

1

9

Modern Analytical Techanology





Surface & Interface Analysis

20

1

2


Electroanalytical Chemistry

20

1

2


Molecular Spectroscopy

20

1

2

10

Modern Inorganic Chemistry

60

3

2

11

Advanced Organic Chemistry

60

3

2

12

Polymer chemistry

60

2

2

13

Science Symposium

60

2

2

14

Research Project

40

5

5

Northeast Normal University Faculty of Education
International Education Program for MA and PhD Degrees & Advanced Studies in Education and Psychology

Program Description

The International Education Program for MA and PhD Degrees & Advanced Studies in Education and Psychology in the Faculty of Education is one of the full English instruction programs of Northeast Normal University.This program provides Master of Arts degree and Doctor of Philosophy degree in education and psychology with various academic research focuses. The program is suited for those who want to pursue a career in education and psychology that may lead to teaching or consulting practice and for scholars who intend to explore particular research issues in depth.

MA Research Area

Educational Theories

Curriculum and Pedagogy

History of Education

Comparative Education

Early Childhood Education

Teacher Education

Higher Education

Educational Statistics, Measurement and Evaluation

General Psychology

Developmental and Educational Psychology

Applied Psychology

Educational Economics and Administration

PhD Research Area

Educational Theories

Curriculum and Pedagogy

History of Education

Comparative Education

Rural Education

Teacher Education

General Psychology

Developmental and Educational Psychology

Educational Economics and Administration

Program Structure

-For those who are pursing MA degree, they are required to accomplish 43 credits, including 40 coursework credits and 3 credits of MA thesis.

-For those who are pursuing PhD degree, they are required to accomplish 29 credits, including 26 coursework credits and 3 credits of PhD dissertation.

-For those who are undertaking advanced studies, they are expected to accomplish 20 credits, including 18 coursework credits and 2 credits of research project report.

Mentorship and Supervision

An academic mentorship will be arranged for students’ research project and thesis/dissertation. Both MA degree pursuing students and advanced study scholars will be assigned a research supervisor on the basis of mutual academic interests. For PhD students, the supervision will be given based on students’ research intention and faculty members’ expertise by a supervising group consisting of three faculty members under the leadership of the core supervisor. The supervisors and supervising groups accordingly will be responsible to guide and monitor students’ research process from research proposal to final thesis/dissertation accomplishment.

Course Plan for MA Program


Course Name

Hours

Credits

Semester

Required Courses

Methodology & Statistics Module

(12 Credits)

Social Science Research Methods

60

3

1

Statistics

60

3

1

Qualitative Inquiry

60

3

2

Quantitative Research Methods

60

3

2

Major Courses

(24 Credits)

Educational Psychology

40

2

1

Educational Management, Leadership and Policy

40

2

1

Sociology of Education

60

3

1

Comparative Education

60

3

1

Teacher Education and Professional Development

40

2

1

Foundations of Curriculum and Pedagogy Studies

60

3

2

Developmental Psychology

40

2

2

Social Psychology

40

2

2

Language, Identity and Education

60

3

2

Higher Education

40

2

2

Seminars

(4 Credits)

Research Seminar in Education and Psychology, Part I

40

2

1

Research Seminar in Education and Psychology, Part II

40

2

2

Master’s Thesis

3+

* The Course Plan would be adjusted and modified accordingly each academic year.

Course Plan for PhD Program



Course Name

Hours

Credits

Semester

Required Courses

Methodology & Statistics Module

(12 Credits)

Social Science Research Methods

60

3

1

Statistics

60

3

1

Qualitative Inquiry

60

3

2

Quantitative Research Methods

60

3

2

Seminars

(4 Credits)

Research Seminar in Education and Psychology, Part I

40

2

1

Research Seminar in Education and Psychology, Part II

40

2

2

Optional Courses

(10 Credits)

Educational Psychology

40

2

1

Educational Management, Leadership and Policy

40

2

1

Sociology of Education

60

3

1

Comparative Education

60

3

1

Teacher Education and Professional Development

40

2

1

Foundations of Curriculum and Pedagogy Studies

60

3

2

Developmental Psychology

40

2

2

Social Psychology

40

2

2

Language, Identity and Education

60

3

2

Higher Education

40

2

2

PhD Dissertation

3+

* The Course Plan would be adjusted and modified accordingly each academic year.

Northeast Normal University School of Life Sciences
International Education Program for MA and PhD Degrees inLife Sciences

Program Description

The International Education Program for MA and PhD Degrees & Advanced Studies in the School of Life Sciences is one of the full English instruction programs of Northeast Normal University. This program provides Master and Doctor of science degree in life scienceswith various academic research focuses. The program is suited for those who want to pursue a career in life sciences that may lead to teaching or consulting practice and for scholars who intend to explore particular research issues in depth.

MA Research Area

Botany

Zoology

Physiology

Genetics

Cell Biology

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Ecology

Grass Science

PhD Research Area

Botany

Zoology

Genetics

Cell Biology

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Ecology

Grass Science

Program Structure

-For those who are pursing MA degree, they are required to accomplish 30 credits, including 27 coursework credits and 3 credits of MA thesis.

-For those who are pursuing PhD degree, they are required to accomplish 10 credits, including 8 coursework credits and 3 credits of PhD dissertation.

Mentorship and Supervision

An academic mentorship will be arranged for students’ research project and thesis/dissertation. Both MA degree pursuing students and advanced study scholars will be assigned a research supervisor on the basis of mutual academic interests. For PhD students, the supervision will be given based on students’ research intention and faculty members’ expertise by a supervising group consisting of three faculty members under the leadership of the core supervisor. The supervisors and supervising groups accordingly will be responsible to guide and monitor students’ research process from research proposal to final thesis/dissertation accomplishment.

Course Plan for MA Program


Course Name

Hours

Credits

Semester

Public courses

Chinese





Chinese Culture




Major Courses

(24Credits)

Epigenetics

30

3

1

Advanced Ecology

30

3

1

Advanced Botany

30

3

1

Advanced Cell Biology

30

3

1

Advanced Molecular Biology

30

3

2

Advanced Biochemistry

30

3

2

Advanced Biotechnology

30

3

2

Pathologic Development

30

3

2

Optional Courses

(3 Credits)


Select at least one of supervisor’s optional courses

Phylogenetic Botany

30

3

2

Plant Morphology

30

3

2

Plant Molecular Evolution

30

3

2

Molecular Genetics

30

3

2

Evolutionary Genetics

30

3

2

Gene Expression and Regulation

30

3

2

Nucleolus and Chromosome

30

3

2

Cell Proliferation and Differentiation

30

3

2

Cell Signal Transduction

30

3

2

Cellular Biology of Tumor

30

3

2

Cellular Systems Biology

30

3

2

Biochemistry of Polysaccharide

30

3

2

Glycobiology

30

3

2

Ecosystem Ecology

30

3

2

Global Change Ecology

30

3

2

Grazing Ecology

30

3

2

Seminars

(4 Credits)

Topics in Modern Biology, Part I

10

2

1

Topics in Modern Biology, Part II

10

2

2

Practical course

Bio-industry Visit

10

2

2

Master’s Thesis

3+


* The Course Plan would be adjusted and modified accordingly each academic year.

Course Plan for PhD Program


Course Name

Hours

Credits

Semester

Major Courses

(6Credits)


Select two of the major courses

Epigenetics

30

3

1

Advanced Ecology

30

3

1

Advanced Botany

30

3

1

Advanced Cell Biology

30

3

1

Advanced Molecular Biology

30

3

2

Advanced Biochemistry

30

3

2

Advanced Biotechnology

30

3

2

Pathologic Development

30

3

2

Optional Courses

(3 Credits)


Select at least one of supervisor’s optional courses

Phylogenetic Botany

30

3

2

Plant Morphology

30

3

2

Plant Molecular Evolution

30

3

2

Molecular Genetics

30

3

2

Evolutionary Genetics

30

3

2

Gene Expression and Regulation

30

3

2

Nucleolus and Chromosome

30

3

2

Cell Proliferation and Differentiation

30

3

2

Cell Signal Transduction

30

3

2

Cellular Biology of Tumor

30

3

2

Cellular Systems Biology

30

3

2

Biochemistry of Polysaccharide

30

3

2

Glycobiology

30

3

2

Ecosystem Ecology

30

3

2

Global Change Ecology

30

3

2

Grazing Ecology

30

3

2

Seminars

(4 Credits)

Topics in Modern Biology, Part I

10

2

1

Topics in Modern Biology, Part II

10

2

2

Practical course

Bio-industry Visit

10

2

2

PhD Dissertation

3+


* The Course Plan would be adjusted and modified accordingly each academic year.

Northeast Normal University School of Environment
Education Program for MA and PhD Degrees in Environment

Course Name

Class Workload

Semesters

Credits

Hours

First Semester

Second Semester

 Third Semester

Fourth Semester

 Fifth Semester

 Sixth Semester




Hour/Week

Credits











Core Courses

10

180









Environmental Economy

3

54

3

3











Advanced Ecology

3

54

3

3











Animal Conservation

2

36

2

2











Methods and Application of Ecology

2

36

2

2











Major Courses

13

234













Ecological Security and Assessment

3

54



4

4









Principle and Application of Molecular Ecology

3

54



4

4









Frontier and Application of Pollution Ecology

2

36



2

2









Landscape Ecology and Ecosystem Management

2

36



2

2









Methods and Application of Environmental Microorganism

3

54



3

3









Optional Courses

12

216













Select Any















Methods of Ecology Monitoring

2

36





2

2







Aquatic Ecology and Biological Detection

2

36





2

2







Select Any















Prediction and Assessment of Ecological Risk

2

36





2

2







Ecological Assessment of Regional Geography

2

36





2

2







Select Any















Ecological Restoration and Ecological Engineering

2

36





2

2







Animal Ecology and Adaptation Evolution

2

36





2

2







Northeast Normal University School of Economics
Education Program for Academic MA Degree in Applied Economics

Course Type

Code

Course Name

Hour

Credits

Semester

Remark

Public Basic Courses

 

Public Chinese

54

3

1

Compulsory Course

 

General Introduction of China

72

4

1

Compulsory Course

Basic Courses

162000MX001

Advanced Microeconomics

80

4

1

Compulsory Course

162000MX002

Advanced Macroeconomics

80

4

1

Compulsory Course

162000MX003

Advanced Econometrics

80

4

1

Compulsory Course

Specialized Major Courses

162000MX301

The Front of Economics

60

3

2

Compulsory Course

162000MX302

International Economics

60

3

2

Compulsory Course

162000MX303

Analysis of Time Series

60

3

2

Compulsory Course

 

 

Research  Orientation Courses

1. Urban and Regional Economics:Research Orientation Courses(Select at least 8 credits)

162000MX601

Urban Economics

60

3

2

 

162000MX602

Spatial Economics

60

3

2

 

162000MX603

Regional Economics Theory& Practice

40

2

2

 

162000MX604

Industrial EconomicsTheory & Practice

40

2

2

 

162000MX605

Chinese Regional Economics& Policy

40

3

2

 

162000MX606

Analytical Methods & Application of Spatial Econometrics

40

2

2

 

162000MX607

Classical Readings of Regional Economics

40

2

2

 

2. InternationalTrade Theory & Practice:Research Orientation Courses(Select at least 8 credits)

162000MX630

Specialized Topic on International Trade

60

2

2

 

162000MX631

Specialized Topic on World Economy

60

3

2

 

162000MX632

Chinese Foreign Trade Theory & Practice

40

2

2

 

162000MX633

Research on International Investment

40

2

2

 

162000MX634

Research on International Business

40

2

2

 

162000MX636

 Specialized Topic on International Business Law

40

2

2

 

162000MX637

WTO Studies

40

2

2