Transportation Engineering
time: 2022-01-01

Category Profile:

Facing the future development direction of the transportation industry, transportation and based on the establishment of students by virtue, transportation trains innovative talents in the field of transportation with a wide-caliber, thick foundation and compound type. The transportation major category includes two professional fields: transportation and traffic engineering. Students are diverted to these two majors in Sophomore year. Graduates can engage in planning, design, construction, management and scientific research in enterprises and institutions in the transportation sector, government departments, colleges and universities, and scientific research institutes. 

Education Characteristics:

Under the guidance of strategy of strengthening China's transportation industry, and facing the One Belt One Road and Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area talent demand, transportation majors focus on building a transportation course platform to consolidate students’ foundation for major transportation disciplines, and to meet students' individualized, diversified, and interdisciplinary development needs. Students are required to adhere to the socialist road, develop comprehensively in morality, intelligence, physical education, art and labor, have solid basic theories and basic knowledge, and have strong professional and practical capabilities. And students will be cultivated into innovative, creative and entrepreneurial undergraduate talents with a sense of family and country and a global perspective.

Education Directions:

These are tow majors in the transportation major category:

1.Transportation081801

2.Traffic Engineering081802

 

1. Registration Form of Curriculum Credits

Course   Category

Requirement

Credits

Academic   Hours

Remarks

General Basic Courses

Compulsory

65.5

1244

 

General   Education

10

160

 

Specialty   Basic Courses

Compulsory

18

288

 

Practice   Training (Weeks)

Compulsory

3

3 weeks

 

Total

 

 

 

2. Courses Schedule

Course Category

Course No.

Course Title

C/E

Total Curriculum Hours

Credits

Semester

Student Outcomes

Class Hours

Lab Hours

Practice

Hours

Other Hours

General Basic Courses

031101661

Ethics and Rule of Law

C

40

 

 

4

2.5

1

8.18.28.3

031101371

Skeleton of Chinese Modern History

40

 

 

4

2.5

2

8.18.28.3

044101382

English for Academic Purposes (1)

for English Class A

48

 

 

 

3.0

1

10.212.112.2

044102453

English for Academic Purposes (2)

48

 

 

 

3.0

2

10.212.112.2

044103681

College English (1)

for English Class BC

48

 

 

 

3.0

1

10.212.112.2

044103691

College English (2)

48

 

 

 

3.0

2

10.212.112.2

045101644

Foundations of Computer

32

 

 

32

1.0

1

5.15.25.3

052100332

Physical Education (1)

36

 

 

36

1.0

1

12.112.2

052100012

Physical Education (2)

36

 

 

36

1.0

2

12.112.2

006100112

Military Principle

36

 

 

18

2.0

2

9.19.29.3

045102811

Python Language Programming

40

 

 

8

2.0

1

2.25.2

040100051

Calculus(1)

80

 

 

 

5.0

1

1.11.22.1

040100411

Calculus(2)

80

 

 

 

5.0

2

1.11.22.1

040100401

Linear   Algebra & Analytic Geometry

48

 

 

 

3.0

1

1.11.22.1

040100023

Probability   & Mathematical Statistics

48

 

 

 

3.0

2

1.11.22.1

040100221

Mathematical   Experiments

64

64

 

 

2.0

2

5.15.25.3

074102791

Descriptive Geometry & Architecture Drawing (1)

48

 

 

 

3.0

1

2.23.14.15.1

074102803

Descriptive Geometry & Architecture Drawing (2)

56

 

 

 

3.5

2

2.25.1

041101151

General   Physics (1)

64

 

 

 

4.0

2

1.12.1

 

Humanities & Social Science

E

128

 

 

 

8.0

 

8.1; 8.2; 8.3

 

Science and   Technology

32

 

 

 

2.0

 

8.1; 8.2; 8.3

Total

1004

64

0

138

56.5

 

 

 

Course Category

Course No.

Course Title

C/E

Total Curriculum Hours

Credits

Semester

Student Outcomes

Class Hours

Lab Hours

Practice

Hours

Other Hours

Specialty    Basic Courses

033106271

Introduction to Transportation

C

32

 

 

 

2.0

1

7.18.212.2

033106261

Planning for Study on Transportation

16

 

 

 

1.0

2

8.210.112.1

033100422

Scientific and Technological Literature    Retrieval

16

8

 

 

1.0

2

4.15.112.1

Total

 

64

8

 

 

4.0

 

 

 

Course Category

Course No

Course Title

C/E

Total Curriculum Hours

Credits

Semester

Student Outcomes

Practice

weeks

Lecture Hours

Practice-concentrated   Training

006100151

Military Training

C

2weeks

 

2.0

1

№9

3.    Educational plans after professional streaming

Full details are given in educational plans for each specialty.


 

Transportation

Program Code:081801    Duration4 years

Educational Objectives:

This major trains senior technical management talents with socialist core values, serving the society as their own responsibility, with a strong sense of social responsibility, noble professional ethics, generous humanistic qualities, and a broad international perspective. Students master the basic theories, methods and technologies of transportation, and can be engaged in planning, design, management, research, investment and financin, in in the fields of transportation big data analysis, transportation system planning and design, transportation organization and scheduling, transportation economy, transportation industry management, etc. Students have team spirit and leadership skills, lifelong learning and innovation capabilities, international vision and adaptability to new environments, and can become high-level builders and highly reliable successors for the comprehensive development of ethics, intelligence, physical education, and labor in the socialist cause.

About five years after graduation, graduates will become high-quality backbone talents and senior management talents in the society and expected jobs in the professional field, reaching the level of engineer practice.

Graduation requirements:

№1. Engineering knowledge: An ability to apply basic knowledge and professional knowledge of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering to solve complex engineering problems in transportation majors.

№1.1 An ability to master mathematics and natural science, and to express complex engineering problems in transportation.

№1.2 An ability to establish mathematical models and solve the research objects of complex problems in transportation major engineering.

№1.3 n aAbility to apply the the engineering foundation and mathematical model methods to he deduction and analysis of complex engineering problems in the transportation profession

№1.4 An ability to apply professional knowledge and mathematical model methods to the comparison and synthesis of solutions to complex engineering problems in the transportation major.

№2. Problem analysis: An ability to apply the basic principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences to identify, express, and analyze complex engineering problems of transportation specialty through literature interpretation and research, so as to obtain effective conclusions.

№2.1 An ability to apply the basic principles of mathematics, natural science and engineering science to identify complex engineering problems of transportation specialty, in order to obtain effective conclusions.

№2.2 An ability to apply the basic principles of mathematics, natural science and engineering science to express complex engineering problems of transportation specialty in order to obtain effective conclusions.

№2.3 An ability to apply the basic principles of mathematics, natural science and engineering science, and use literature, norms and standards to analyze the complex engineering problems of transportation specialty and obtain effective conclusions; understand the relevant international professional norms and standards.

№3. Design/Development Solutions: An ability to design (develop) solutions to transportation problems that meet the special needs of transportation, taking social, health, safety, legal, cultural and environmental factors into account; proposing solutions to complex engineering problems should be innovative.

№3.1 An ability to design (develop) transportation problem solutions to meet the special needs of transportation.

№3.2 An ability to consider in the aspects of scheme design, comparison and feasibility analysis according to the special needs of transportation, the influence of social, health, safety, law, culture and environment factors.

№3.3 An ability to have overall and innovative consciousness when proposing solutions to complex transportation problems.

№4. Research ability: An ability to study complex engineering problems of transportation specialty, including design experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, information synthesis and so on based on scientific principles and using scientific methods to get reasonable and effective conclusions, and apply them to engineering practice.

№4.1 An ability to design and implement experiments for complex engineering problems of transportation specialty.

№4.2 An ability to analyze and interpret the experimental results based on scientific principles and scientific methods, obtain reasonable and effective conclusions through information synthesis and apply them to engineering practice.

№5. Use modern tools: An ability to select, use and develop appropriate technologies, resources, modern engineering tools (equipment) and information technology to solve complex engineering problems, including simulation, analysis and prediction of complex engineering problems, and to understand their limitations.

№5.1, An ability to choose and use appropriate technology, resources, modern engineering tools and information technology tools for complex engineering problems.

№5.2 An ability to develop appropriate technology, resources, modern engineering tools and information technology tools for complex engineering problems.

№5.3 An ability to correctly predict and simulate complex engineering problems using modern engineering tools and information technology tools, and can understand their limitations.

№6. Engineering and Society: An ability to reasonably analyze and evaluate the planning, design and management of transportation projects and solutions to complex engineering problems, including the impact on society, health, safety, law and culture based on the relevant background knowledge and standards of transportation, and understand the responsibilities of transportation engineers.

№6.1 An ability to make reasonable analysis based on the background knowledge of transportation, evaluate the planning, design and management of transportation projects, as well as the solutions of complex engineering problems.

№6.2 An ability to reasonably analyze and evaluate the impact of engineering practice on society, health, safety, law and culture of complex engineering problems; understand relevant industry policies and regulations; understand the responsibilities of transportation engineers.

№7. Environment and Sustainable Development: An ability to understand and evaluate the impact of engineering practice on environmental and social sustainable development of complex engineering problems in specific engineering specialties.

№7.1 An ability to understand and evaluate the impact of engineering practice on the sustainable development of environment and society, and understand the constraints of environment on engineering in design.

№7.2 An ability to understand the new materials and methods of transportation, pay attention to energy saving and emission reduction, pay attention to the use of energy saving and environmental protection technology programs, and understand the new requirements of social development for transportation engineers.

№8. Professional norms: To understand China's national conditions and have humanities and social sciences literacy and social responsibility, to understand and abide by engineering professional ethics and codes of conduct in engineering practice, so as to assume responsibility, contribute to the country and serve the society.

№8.1 Have correct values, understand the relationship between individuals and society, and understand China's national conditions.

№8.2 Have the necessary knowledge and accomplishments of humanities and social sciences, correct values and sense of social responsibility, and a healthy body and psychology.

№8.3 An ability to understand and abide by engineering professional ethics and norms in the practice of transportation projects, have a sense of law, take responsibility, contribute to the country, and serve the society.

№9. Individuals and teams: An ability to play the roles of individuals, team members and leaders in solving complex engineering problems in transportation specialty and in a multi-disciplinary team.

№9.1 An ability to effectively communicate and work together with members of other disciplines.

№9.2 An ability to assume the responsibilities of individuals and team members in the team and can work independently or cooperatively.

№9.3 An ability to communicate with other members of the team, organize and coordinate the corresponding tasks completed by team members.

№10. Communication skills: An ability to effectively communicate and communicate with colleagues in the industry and the public on complex engineering issues of transportation, including writing reports and designing manuscripts, presenting statements, clearly expressing or responding to instructions; with a certain international perspective, be able to communicate and communicate across cultural backgrounds.

№10.1 An ability to effectively communicate and communicate with colleagues in the industry and the public on complex engineering issues of transportation specialty, including writing reports and designing manuscripts, presenting statements, expressing clearly or responding to instructions.

№10.2 To have a certain international vision, understand the current international development situation, master a foreign language, have the ability to listen, speak, read and write, and be able to communicate and communicate in cross-cultural context.

№11. Project management: To understand, master and apply the principles of engineering management and economic decision-making methods in the multidisciplinary environment related to transportation, and to have certain organizational, coordination, management and leadership abilities.

№11.1 An ability to understand and master engineering management principles and economic decision-making methods.

№11.2. An ability to apply the engineering management principles and economic decision-making methods mastered in the multidisciplinary environment to transportation projects, and has certain organizational, managerial and leadership abilities.

№12. Lifelong learning: To meet the needs of personal and professional development, self-learning and lifelong learning, with the awareness of self-learning and lifelong learning, as well as the ability to adapt to the new development of transportation.

№12.1 An ability to recognize the importance of autonomous learning and the awareness of tracking new knowledge, and have the awareness of lifelong learning and adapting to the new development of transportation.

№12.2 An ability to lifelong learning and adapt to the new development of transportation for personal and professional development needs.

Program Features:

This major is guided by the goal of building a strong transportation nation in the country, and is based on the strong demand for talents in the transportation field from the development strategies of One Belt One Road and Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. This major focuses on road traffic, taking into account the comprehensive transportation system. This major is characterized by traffic big data analysis, transportation system planning and design, transportation organization and scheduling, transportation industry management, and transportation economic analysis. This major cultivates talents who master the basic theories, methods and technologies of transportation, and can be engaged in planning, design, and operation management in the fields of transportation big data analysis, transportation organization and scheduling, transportation economy, transportation industry management and other fields. About 5 years after graduation, graduates can become high-quality backbone talents and senior management talents in the society and expected jobs in the professional field, reaching the level of engineer practice.

Degree Conferred:

Bachelor of Engineering

Core Courses:

Basis of traffic data analysis, Forecasting and Decision-Making of Transportation, Operational Research, Transportation Economy Analysis, Urban Transportation Planning, Urban Transit Planning and Operation Management, Passenger Transportation Organization and Scheduling, Modern Logistics Organization and Scheduling, Course Exercise of Traffic Harbor and Hub Design, Operations and Management for Urban Rail Transit

 

Featured Courses:

Freshmen Seminars: Planning for Study on Transportation Engineering, Introduction to Transportation

Special Topics: New Technology of Modern Transportation, Transportation Safety Samrt Management

Bilingual Courses / Courses Taught in English: Urban Transportation Planning, Intelligent Transportation, Transportation Safety Samrt Management

Subject Frontiers Courses: New Technology of Modern Transportation

Interdisciplinary Courses: Advanced Operational Research

Baccalaureate-Master’s Integrated Courses: Advanced Operational Research, Intelligent connected vehicle, Tranportation System Planning

Cooperative Courses with Enterprises: Graduation Project (Transportation), Business Models and Entrepreneurship in Modern Traffic Technology, Basis of Traffic Data Analysis, Forecast and Decision-Making Techniques of Transportation, Management of Transportation Industry

Contest-Teaching Integrated Courses: Comprehensive Experiment of Transportation

Innovation Practice: Course Exercise of Forecasting and Decision-Making of Transportation,

Entrepreneurship Courses: Business Models and Entrepreneurship in Modern Traffic Technology, Entrepreneurial Practice, Curriculum Design of Urban Transit Planning and Operation Management, Curriculum Design of Passenger Transportation Organization and Scheduling, Course Exercise of Modern Logistics Organization and Schedule

Special Designs: Traffic Design, Course Exercise of Traffic Design, Course Exercise of Traffic Harbor and Hub Design, Course Design for Transportation Planning, Course Exercise of Rail Traffic Planning and Design, Course Design for Traffic Control and Management, Course Design for Comprehensive Experiment of Transportation

Education on The Hard-Working Spirit: Recognizing Practice, Production Practice, Graduation Field Work

 

1. Registration Form of Curriculum Credits

1.1 Credits Registration Form

Course Category

Requirement

Credits

Academic Hours

Remarks

General Basic Courses

Compulsory

63.5

1284

 

General Education

10.0

160

 

Specialty Basic Courses

Compulsory

47.0

768

 

Elective Courses

Elective

15.5

248

 

Total

136.0

2460

 

Practice Training (Weeks)

Compulsory

32.0

37 (week)

 

Elective

2.0

2  (week)

 

Credits Required for   Graduation

 

 

1.2 Category Registration Form

Academic Hours

Credits

Total

Include

Include

Total

Include

Include

Include

Compulsory

Elective

Theory Course

Lab

 

Compulsory

Elective

Practice-concentrated Training

Theory Course Credits

Lab

Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education

2460

2052

408

2010

450

170

142.5

27.5

34

119.1

16.9

9

2. Courses Schedule

Course Category

Course No.

Course Title

C/E

Total Curriculum Hours

Credits

Semester

Student Outcomes

Class Hours

Lab Hours

Practice Hours

Other Hours

General Basic Courses

031101661

Ethics and Rule of Law

必修课

40

 

 

4

2.5

1

8.1; 8.2;   8.3

031101371

Skeleton of Chinese Modern History

40

 

 

4

2.5

2

8.1; 8.2;   8.3

031101423

Thought of Mao ZeDong and Theory of   Socialism with Chinese Characteristics

72

 

 

24

4.5

3

8.1; 8.2;   8.3

031101522

Fundamentals of Marxism Principle

40

 

 

4

2.5

4

8.1; 8.2;   8.3

031101331

Analysis of the Situation & Policy

128

 

 

 

2.0

1-8

8.1; 8.2;   8.3

044101382

English for Academic Purposes (1)

for English Class A

48

 

 

 

3.0

10.212.112.2

10.2; 12.1; 12.2

044102453

English for Academic Purposes (2)

48

 

 

 

3.0

10.212.112.2

10.2; 12.1; 12.2

044103681

College English (1)

for English Class BC

48

 

 

 

3.0

10.212.112.2

10.2; 12.1; 12.2

044103691

College English (2)

48

 

 

 

3.0

10.212.112.2

10.2; 12.1; 12.2

045101644

Foundations of Computer

32

 

 

32

1.0

1

5.1; 5.2; 5.3

052100332

Physical Education (1)

36

 

 

36

1.0

1

12.1; 12.2

052100012

Physical Education (2)

36

 

 

36

1.0

2

12.1; 12.2

052100842

Physical Education (3)

36

 

 

36

1.0

3

12.1; 12.2

052100062

Physical Education (4)

36

 

 

36

1.0

4

12.1; 12.2

006100112

Military Principle

36

 

 

18

2.0

2

9.1; 9.2;   9.3

045102811

Python Language Programming

40

 

 

8

2.0

1

2.2; 5.2

040100051

Calculus(1)

80

 

 

 

5.0

1

1.1; 1.2; 2.1

040100411

Calculus(2)

80

 

 

 

5.0

2

1.1; 1.2; 2.1

040100401

Linear   Algebra & Analytic Geometry

48

 

 

 

3.0

1

1.1; 1.2; 2.1

040100023

Probability   & Mathematical Statistics

48

 

 

 

3.0

2

1.1; 1.2; 2.1

040100221

Mathematical   Experiments

64

64

 

 

2.0

2

5.1; 5.2;   5.3

074102791

Descriptive Geometry & Architecture Drawing (1)

48

 

 

 

3.0

1

2.2; 3.1; 4.1; 5.1

074102803

Descriptive Geometry & Architecture Drawing (2)

56

 

 

 

3.5

2

2.2; 3.1; 4.1; 5.1

041101151

General   Physics (1)

64

 

 

 

4.0

2

1.1; 2.1

041100341

General   Physics (2)

64

 

 

 

4.0

3

1.2; 2.2

041100671

Physics   Experiment(1)

32

32

 

 

1.0

3

2.3; 4.1

041101051

Physics   Experiment(2)

32

32

 

 

1.0

4

2.3; 4.2;   5.1

 

Humanities & Social Science

E

128

 

 

 

8.0

 

8.1; 8.2;   8.3

 

Science and Technology

32

 

 

 

2.0

 

8.1; 8.2;   8.3

Total

1444

128

 

238

73.5

 

 

2. Courses Schedule

Course Category

Course No.

Course Title

C/E

Total Curriculum Hours

Credits

Semester

Student Outcomes

Class Hours

Lab Hours

Practice Hours

Other Hours

Specialty Basic Courses

033106541

Forecasting and   Decision-Making of Transportation

C

48

 

 

8

3.0

4

1.4; 2.1; 5.1

033106461

Traffic   Engineering

C

48

8

 

 

3.0

3

1.3; 2.1; 3.2

033101213

Operational Research

C

48

 

 

8

3.0

3

1.3; 2.2; 4.1

033101732

Transportation   Economics

C

48

 

 

 

3.0

3

6.2; 11.1; 11.2

033106261

Planning for   Study on Transportation

C

16

 

 

 

1.0

2

8.2; 10.1; 12.1

033106271

Introduction to Transportation

C

32

 

 

 

2.0

1

7.1; 8.2; 12.2

033100422

Scientific and   Technological Literature Retrieval

C

16

8

 

 

1.0

2

4.1; 5.1; 12.1

033103671

Business Models   and Entrepreneurship in Modern Traffic Technology

C

16

 

 

 

1.0

7

9.1; 9.2

033103292

Modern transportation   technology

C

16

 

 

 

1.0

7

7.2; 10.2; 12.1

033106411

Urban public   transport planning and operation management

C

48

 

 

 

3.0

4

1.4; 4.1; 6.1

033106421

Passenger   Transportation Organization and Scheduling

C

32

 

 

 

2.0

5

1.3; 4.2; 6.1

 

Modern Logistics Organization and Schedule

C

48

 

 

 

3.0

5

2.3; 3.1; 5.2

033106631

Basis of traffic   data analysis

C

48

 

 

8

3.0

3

1.3; 4.3; 5.3

033103282

Traffic Harbor   and Hub Design

C

48

 

 

 

3.0

5

3.1; 4.1; 7.1

033101381

Traffic Design

C

48

 

 

8

3.0

5

1.4; 3.3

033100492

Operations and   Management for Urban Rail Transit

C

32

 

 

 

2.0

6

7.2; 11.1; 11.2

033100491

Planning and   Design for Rail Traffic

C

32

 

 

 

2.0

5

3.2; 6.1

033106521

Financial Analysis of

Transportation   Enterprise

C

32

 

 

 

2.0

6

3.3; 4.3; 11.1; 11.2

033106431

Traffic Safety

C

32

 

 

 

2.0

6

2.1; 4.2; 6.2

033105201

Comprehensive   Experiment of Transportation

C

32

32

 

 

1.0

6

4.2; 5.3; 9.3

 

Transportation system Planning

C

48

 

 

4

3.0

4

1.4; 3.2

Total

 

768

48

 

36

47.0

 

 

 

Course Category

Course No.

Course Title

C/E

Total Curriculum Hours

Credits

Semester

Student Outcomes

Class Hours

Lab Hours

Practice Hours

Other Hours

Elective Courses

033100582

Engineering   Mechanics II

E

64

 

4

4

4.0

3

1.4; 2.2

033100222

Roadbed and Pavement Engineering

E

48

 

 

 

3.0

4

1.3; 2.2

 

Road Survey and   Design (I)

E

48

 

 

 

3.0

5

1.4; 2.3

033103332

Automotive After-marketing

Engineering

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

6

6.2; 8.2; 11.2

033102551

Automotive   structure

E

48

8

 

 

3.0

4

4.1; 4.2

 

Automotive   Operation Engineering & Intelligent connected application

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

5

1.3; 2.1; 6.2

033100231

Management of   Transportation Industry

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

6

6.2; 7.1

033102421

Transportation   Technological Economics

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

5

3.2; 3.3; 1.1

033102011

Transportation   Enterprise Management

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

6

4.1; 4.2; 8.2

033106491

Transportation   Marketing

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

6

10.1; 11.1

033103101

Engineering Project Management

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

6

7.1; 11.1; 11.2

 

Modern logistics

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

4

6.2; 11.1

033106641

Big Data   Technology of Traffic

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

7

2.2; 5.1; 6.1

033102271

Traffic Control   and Management

E

48

8

 

 

3.0

5

3.1; 4.2

033103611

Traffic Survey   and Analysis

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

4

3.1; 4.1; 4.2; 5.1

033105811

Traffic System   Simulation

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

4

2.2; 5.2; 6.1

 

Transportation   Safety Smart Management

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

7

1.3; 2.1; 5.1; 5.3

033101681

GIS

E

32

12

 

 

2.0

7

1.4; 5.1

033106561

Intelligent Connected Transportation System

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

7

1.3; 4.1; 5.2

033106721

Traffic analysis theory

E

48 

 

 

8

3.0

4

1.2; 3.1

 

Intelligent connected vehicle

E

48

 

 

 

3.0

7

4.1; 4.2; 6.2; 8.2

033106441

Advanced Operational Research

E

48

 

 

 

3.0

7

4.1; 4.2; 6.2; 8.2

020100051

Innovation   Research Training

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

7

 

020100041

Innovation Research Practice I

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

7

 

020100031

Innovation   Research Practice II

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

7

 

020100061

Entrepreneurial   Practice

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

7

 

Total

 

minimum   elective course credits required:15.5 credits













3. Practice-concentrated Trainin

Course No

Course Title

C/E

Total Curriculum Hours

Credits

Semester

Student Outcomes

Practice

weeks

Lecture Hours

033103581

Course Exercise of Traffic Harbor

and Hub Design

C

1 week

 

1.0

5

1.3; 2.1; 3.1; 6.1

033106681

Course Exercise of Urban public transport   planning and operation management

C

1 week

 

1.0

4

2.3; 3.1

033102061

Course Exercise of Passenger   Transportation Organization and Scheduling

C

1 week

 

1.0

5

2.3; 3.1

 

Course Exercise of Modern Logistics   Transportation Organization and

Schedule

C

1 week

 

1.0

6

3.1; 5.1; 9.3

 

Course Exercise of Transportation system

Planning

C

1 week

 

1.0

4

3.3; 5.3

033106191

Course Exercise of Planning and Design for   Rail Traffic

C

1 week

 

1.0

5

3.2; 6.1; 9.3

033100771

Course Exercise for Traffic Design

C

1 week

 

1.0

5

6.1; 7.1; 10.1

033106691

Course Exercise for Comprehensive   Experiment of Transportation

C

1 week

 

1.0

6

1.3; 3.2; 4.3

033106701

Course Exercise for Forecasting and   Decision-Making of Transportation

C

1 week

 

1.0

4

2.3; 3.1; 5.1

033100921

Course Exercise for Traffic Control

and Traffic Management

E

1 week

 

1.0

6

1.3; 2.3

033107011

Course Exercise for Traffic System   Simulation

E

1 week

 

1.0

4

5.2; 6.1; 10.1

006100151

Military Training

C

2weeks

 

2.0

1

8.1; 8.2; 8.3; 9.1;   9.2

031101551

Marxism Theory and Practice

C

2 weeks

 

2.0

3

6.2; 8.1; 12.1

030100702

Engineering Training I

C

2 weeks

 

2.0

4

8.1; 8.2; 8.3; 9.1

033101581

Recognizing Practice

C

2 weeks

 

2.0

3

6.2; 7.1; 7.2

033100083

Production Practice

C

2 weeks

 

2.0

7

7.1; 9.1; 10.1

033101432

Graduation Field Work

 (Transportation)

C

3 weeks

 

3.0

8

9.1; 9.2; 10.1

033100553

Graduation Project (Transportation)

C

15   weeks

 

10.0

8

3.3; 5.3; 7.2; 10.1;   10.2

Total

C

37 weeks

 

3.20

 

 

E

Minimum   elective course credits required: 2.0

4.“Second Classroom” Activities

“Second Classroom” Activities are comprised of two parts, Humanities Quality Education and Innovative Ability Cultivation.

1) Basic Requirements of Humanities Quality Education

Besides gaining course credits listed in one’s subject teaching curriculum, a student is required to participate in extracurricular activities of Humanities Quality Education based on one’s interest, acquiring no less than three credits.The advanced undergraduates must complete one of courses of Humanities Quality Education which has seventy two class hours (it's equivalent to one credit which belongs to Humanities Quality Education Credit of Extracurricular Class) offered by the College Physical Education Teaching Group.

2) Basic Requirements of Innovative Ability Cultivation

Besides gaining course credits listed in one’s subject teaching curriculum, a student is required to participate in any one of the following activities: National Undergraduate Training Programs for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Guangdong Undergraduate Training Programs for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Student Research Program (SRP), One-hundred-steps Innovative Program, or any other extracurricular activities of Innovative Ability Cultivation that last a certain period of time (e.g. subject contests, academic lectures), acquiring no less than four credits.

 

Traffic Engineering

Program Code: 081802   Duration 4 years

Educational Objectives:

This major trains high-level technical personnel who practice core socialist values, have all around development of moral, intellectual, physical, aesthetics and labor education, and engage in monitoring and forecasting of road and urban road traffic system, traffic data processing and analysis, traffic planning and design, traffic control and management, traffic system modeling and simulation, intelligent cooperative vehicle infrastructure control, artificial intelligence and transportation integration application, etc. The goal is to enable students to grasp solid professional basic principles and technical methods, to have the ability to apply the basic knowledge to traffic engineering practice, to have team spirit and leadership, lifelong learning and innovation ability, international vision and new environment adaptability. About five years after graduation, most of the students can become technical and business backbone, professional scientific researchers, middle and senior management personnel, industry elites of traffic engineering.

Graduation Requirements: An ability to apply basic knowledge and professional knowledge of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering to solve complex engineering problems in traffic engineering majors.

1.1 An ability to master mathematics and natural science, and to express complex engineering problems in transportation.

1.2 An ability to build and solve mathematical models to research objects in traffic engineering complex problems.

1.3 An ability to apply engineering foundation and mathematical modelling methods to deduce and analyze complex engineering problems in the traffic engineering majors.

№1.4 An ability to apply professional knowledge and mathematical modelling methods to the comparison and synthesis of solutions to complex engineering problems in the traffic engineering major.

2. Problem analysis: An ability to apply the basic principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences to identify, express, and analyze complex engineering problems of traffic engineering specialty through literature interpretation and research, so as to obtain effective conclusions.

№2.1 An ability to apply the basic principles of mathematics, natural science and engineering science to identify complex engineering problems in traffic engineering specialty, in order to obtain effective conclusions.

№2.2 An ability to apply the basic principles of mathematics, natural science and engineering science to describe complex engineering problems of traffic engineering specialty in order to obtain effective conclusions.

№2.3 An ability to apply the basic principles of mathematics, natural science and engineering science, utilize literature, norms and standards to analyze complicated traffic engineering problems and obtain effective conclusions.

3. Design/Development Solutions: An ability to design (develop) solutions for specific purpose in traffic engineering problems, taking social, health, safety, legal, cultural and environmental factors into account; innovatively propose solutions to complex engineering problem.

№3.1 An ability to design (develop) traffic engineering problem solutions to meet the specific needs of traffic engineering problems.

№3.2 An ability to consider the influence of social, health, safety, law, culture and environment factors in connectioin with scheme design, comparison and feasibility analysis to meet the specific needs in traffic engineering problems.

№3.3 To have a overall sense and innovative consciousness when proposing solutions to complex traffic engineering problems.

4. Research ability: An ability to study complex engineering problems of traffic engineering specialty, including experiments design, data analysis and interpretation, information synthesis etc. based on scientific principles and methods. To draw reasonable and effective conclusions applicable to engineering practice with a combination of research results and information.

№4.1 An ability to design and implement experiments for complex engineering problems of traffic engineering specialty.

№4.2 An ability to analyze and interpret the data of complex traffic engineering problems.

№4.3 An ability to draw reasonable and effective conclusions through information fusion based on data analysis and interpretation and can apply the conclusions to engineering practice.

5. Use modern tools: An ability to appropriately select technologies, leverage resources and information technology, develop modern engineering tools (equipment) to solve complex engineering problems, including modelling, simulation, analysis and prediction, and have an insight into these tools’ limitations.

№5.1 Have a knowledge of the common modern equipment, simulation softwares, and other information technological and engineering tools etc.in traffic engineering, and be aware of the limitations of these methods.

№5.2 An ability to design(develop) modern engineering tools and information technology tools to correctly simulate and interpret specific complex traffic engineering problems, and be conscious of the tools’ limitations.

№5.3 An ability to select appropriate modern traffic investigation techniques, equipment, measurements and simulation engineering softwares to analyze, design and calculate specific complicated traffic engineering problems.

6. Engineering and Society: An ability to reasonably analyze and evaluate the planning, design and management of traffic engineering projects and solutions to complex engineering problems, including the impact on society, health, safety, law and culture based on the relevant background knowledge and standards of traffic engineering, and understand the responsibilities of traffic engineers.

№6.1 An ability to make reasonable analysis based on the background knowledge of traffic engineering, evaluate the plan, design and management process of the traffic engineering projects, as well as the solutions of specific complicated traffic engineering problems.

№6.2 An ability to reasonably analyze and evaluate the impact of engineering practice on society, health, safety, law and culture of complex engineering problems; understand relevant industry policies and regulations; comprehend the responsibilities of traffic engineers.

7. Environment and Sustainable Development: An ability to understand and evaluate the environmental and social impact on sustainable development with respect to the engineering practice in complex engineering problems.

№7.1 An ability to understand and evaluate the impact of engineering practice on the environment and society sustainable development, and the environmental constraints imposed on engineering design process.

№7.2 An ability to understand the new materials and methods in the field of traffic engineering, pay attention to energy saving and emission reduction, place emphasis on utilizing energy saving and environmental protection technology programs, and understand the requirements of sustainable social development for traffic engineers.

8. Professional norms: Be conscious of China's national conditions. Be imbued with a sense of humanities, social sciences literacy and social responsibility. To understand and abide by engineering professional ethics and codes of conduct in engineering practice, so as to take responsibility, make contribution to the country and serve the society.

8.1 Have a correct view of values, comprehend the relation between individuals and the society, be aware of the actual condition of China.

8.2 Master the necessary knowledge and literacy of humanities and social sciences, have a correct view of values and a sense of social responsibility. An ability to maintain physically and psychologically healthy.

8.3 An ability to comprehend and coincide with the engineering professional ethics and norms in traffic engineering projects, with an advanced sense of law. To take responsibility, contribute to the country and benefit the society.

9. Individuals and teams: An ability to act as an individual, a team member or a leader in a condition to solve complex traffic engineering problems with multi-disciplinary team mates.

№9.1 An ability to effectively communicate and cooperate with other menbers in a multidisciplinary environment.

№9.2 An ability to play the role of team member to cooperate or individually take responsibility in a multidisciplinary team.

№9.3 An ability to share and exchange experience and opinions with other team mates, and be able to cohere other members’ work as a whole.

10. Communication skills: An ability to effectively communicate with counterparts as well as the public about specific complex traffic engineering issues, in a form of writing reports, designing manuscripts, presenting statements, clear expression and responding to instructions. Have the competence of intercultural comminication with a certain international perspective.

№10.1 An ability to exchange opinions with counterparts in the industry and with the public, respect to complex traffic engineering issues, through reports writing, manuscripts designing, statements and presentations, responding to instructions.

№10.2 To have a certain international perspective, be conscious of the current international status and development situation, master a foreign language, master the basic skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing, and be able to communicate in a cross-cultural environment.

11. Project management: An ability to understand, master and apply the principles of engineering management and economics during the decision-making procedure in traffic engineering in a multidisciplinary environment.

№11.1 An ability to understand and master engineering management principles and economic decision-making methods.

№11.2. An ability to apply the engineering management principles and economic decision-making methods in the multidisciplinary environment in traffic engineering projects.

12. Lifelong learning: Form a habit of self-diected learning and lifelong learning, with the awareness of self-learning and lifelong learning, practice the ability to adapt to new development trend of traffic engineering.

12.1 An ability to realize the importance of self-directed learning and the awareness to track the frontier, and have the consciousness of lifelong learning and adapting to the new development trend of traffic engineering.

12.2 An ability to learn lifelong and adjust to new development trend of traffic engineering for both personal and career development needs.

Program Profile

Traffic engineering carries out curriculum design according to the concept of new engineering. It takes road traffic as the main object and takes all subsystems of comprehensive transportation into account and trains senior engineering and technical personnel who can engage in planning, design, development, scientific research and other work in relevant transportation industry units with specialized knowledge of modern traffic engineering, traffic information collection and processing, traffic control and management, traffic planning and design, traffic system simulation and evaluation, traffic big data processing and intelligent analysis, intelligent cooperative vehicle infrastructure control, artificial intelligence and transportation integration application, etc.The specialty has abundant qualified teachers, advanced school-running conditions, high employment rate and good quality of employment. In the past 20 years, a large number of excellent traffic engineering professionals have been sent to South China, especially to Guangdong Province, with a high academic reputation and industry reputation. In recent years, more than 40% of graduates have studied in famous universities home and abroad. In addition, the specialty has established good channels of international cooperation and academic exchanges. In recent years, a number of students have gone to the United States, Britain, Australia and other well-known universities for joint training. The employment rate of this major in 2018 is 100%.

Program Features:

This major is guided by the goal of building China’s strength in transportation, based on the strong demand for talents in transportation for the development strategy of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. It takes road traffic as its main object, takes comprehensive transportation system into account, and takes wide-caliber training and interdisciplinary integration as its characteristics. The senior scientific and technical or management personnel it trains can be engaged in planning, design, development in relevant traffic industry units.

Degree Conferred:

Bachelor of Engineering

Core Courses:

Traffic Engineering,Traffic Analysis Theory,Transportation Planning,Traffic Design,Traffic Control and Traffic Management,Big Data Technology of Traffic,Simulation of transportation system,Traffic Safety,Public Transport System, Traffic Detection Technology,Traffic Investigation and AnalysisIntelligent Connected Technology.

Featured Courses:

Freshmen Seminars: Planning for Study on Transportation Engineering, Introduction of Transportation Engineering

Special Topics: New Technology of Modern Transportation

Courses Taught in English / Bilingual Courses: Transportation Planning, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Public Transport System

MOOCFoundations of Computer

Subject Frontiers Courses: .New Technology of Modern Transportation, Intelligent Connected Vehicle

Interdisciplinary Courses: not less than 2 credits, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data Technology of Traffic, Cloud Computing, Management, Economics.

Baccalaureate-Master’s Integrated Courses: Advanced Operational Research, Intelligent Connected Vehicle

Cooperative Courses with Enterprises: Recognizing Practice, Production Practice, Graduation Practice, Graduation Design, Models of Modern Transportation Technology Industry and Entrepreneurship

Combination of Competition and Teaching: Comprehensive Traffic Engineering Experiment

Innovation Practice: Transportation Planning, Comprehensive Experiments, Course Design for Transportation Planning, Course Design for Traffic Design, Course Design for Traffic Control and Traffic Management, Course Design for Public Transport System, Course Design for Forecasting and Decision-Making of Transportation

Entrepreneurship Courses: Business Models and Entrepreneurship in Modern Traffic Technology (“Three -One” Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education)

Special Designs: Traffic Design

Education on The Hard-Working Spirit: Recognizing Practice, Production Practice (I), Production Practice (II),                                                         Graduation Field Work

 

1. Registration Form of Curriculum Credits

1.1 Credits Registration Form

Course Category

Requirement

Credits

Academic Hours

Remarks

General Basic Courses

Compulsory

63.5

1284

 

General Education

10.0

160

 

Specialty Basic Courses

Compulsory

42.0

672

 

Elective Courses

Elective

20.0

320

 

Total

133.5

135.5

2436

Practice Training (Weeks)

Compulsory

34.0

39(week)

 

Credits Required for   Graduation

135.534169.5


1.2 Category Registration Form

Academic   Hours

Credits

Total

Include

Include

Total

Include

Include

Include

Compulsory

Elective

Theory                 Course

Lab

 

Compulsory

Elective

Practice-concentrated   Training

Theory   Course Credits

Lab

Innovation   and Entrepreneurship Education

2436

2116

320

2010

426

169.5

149.5

20

34

140

29.5

8

2. Courses Schedule

Course Category

Course No.

Course Title

C/E

Total Curriculum Hours

Credits

Semester

Student Outcomes

Class Hours

Lab Hours

PracticeHours

Other Hours

General Basic Courses

031101661

Ethics and Rule   of Law

C

40

 

 

4

2.5

1

8.1;8.2

031101371

Skeleton of Chinese Modern History

40

 

 

4

2.5

2

8.1;8.2

031101423

Thought of Mao ZeDong and Theory of   Socialism with Chinese Characteristics

72

 

 

24

4.5

3

8.1;8.2

031101621

Fundamentals of Marxism Principle

40

 

 

4

2.5

4

8.1; 8.2

031101331

Analysis of the Situation & Policy

128

 

 

 

2.0

1-8

8.1; 8.2

044101382

English for   Academic Purposes (1)

for English Class A

48

 

 

 

3.0

1

10.2;12.1;   12.2

044102453

English for   Academic Purposes (2)

48

 

 

 

3.0

2

10.2;12.1;   12.2

044103681

College English (1)

for English Class BC

48

 

 

 

3.0

1

10.2;12.1;   12.2

044103691

College English (2)

48

 

 

 

3.0

2

10.2;12.;   12.2

045101644

Foundations of Computer

32

 

 

32

1.0

1

4.2,5.1

052100332

Physical Education (1)

36

 

 

36

1.0

1

8.1,9.2,10.1

052100012

Physical Education (2)

36

 

 

36

1.0

2

8.1,9.2,10.1

052100842

Physical Education (3)

36

 

 

36

1.0

3

8.1,9.2,10.1

052100062

Physical Education (4)

36

 

 

36

1.0

4

8.1,9.2,10.1

006100112

Military Principle

36

 

 

18

2.0

2

8.1,9.1

040100051

Calculus(1)

80

 

 

 

5.0

1

1.1,2.1

040100411

Calculus(2)

80

 

 

 

5.0

2

1.1,2,2,5.3

040100401

Linear Algebra & Analytic Geometry

48

 

 

 

3.0

1

1.1,2.2

040100023

Probability & Mathematical Statistics

48

 

 

 

3.0

2

1.2,2.1,4.1

040100221

Mathematical   Experiments

64

64

 

 

2.0

2

5.1;   5.2; 5.3

074102791

Descriptive   Geometry & Architecture Drawing1

48

 

 

 

3.0

1

2.2,3.1,4.1,5.1

074102802

Descriptive   Geometry & Architecture Drawing2

56

 

 

 

3.5

2

2.2,3.1,4.1,5.1

045102811

Python Language Programming

40

 

 

8

2.0

1

2.2,5.1.5.2

041101151

General Physics (1)

64

 

 

 

4.0

2

1.1,2.1

041100341

General Physics (2)

64

 

 

 

4.0

3

1.2,2.2

041100671

Physics Experiments (1)

32

32

 

 

1.0

3

2.3,4.1

041101051

Physics Experiments (2)

 

32

32

 

 

1.0

4

2.3,4.1,4.1,5.1

 

Humanities & Social Science

E

128

 

 

 

8.0

 

8.1;   8.2

 

Science and Technology

32

 

 

 

2.0

 

8.1;   8.2

Total

1444

128

 

238

73.5

 

 

2. Courses Schedule

Course    Category

Course No.

Course Title

C/E

Total Curriculum Hours

Credits

Semester

Student Outcomes

Class Hours

Lab Hours

PracticeHours

Other Hours

Specialty Basic Courses

033106541

Forecast   and decision-making techniques of Transportation

C

48

 

 

8

3.0

4

1.1,1.2,1.3,2.1,2.2,4.1,5.1,5.3,10.1

033106461

Traffic   Engineering

C

48

8

 

 

3.0

3

1.1,2.1,3.2

033101213

Operations   Research

C

48

 

 

8

3.0

3

1.2,2.2,4.1

033101732

Transport   Economics

C

48

 

 

 

3.0

5

4.2,6.2,7.1,11.1

033106261

Planning   for Study on Transportation Engineering

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

2

8.1,8.2,10.1,12.1

033106271

IntroductionofTransportation Engineering

C

32

 

 

 

2.0

1

7.1,8.2,12.2

033100422

Scientific   Literature Retrieval

C

16

8

 

 

1.0

2

2.3,8.1,8.2,10.2

033106721

Traffic   analysis theory

C

48 

 

 

8

3.0

4

1.2,2.1,2.2,4.1,5.1

033103611

Traffic   Investigation and Analysis

C

32

 

 

 

2.0

4

3.1,4.1,4.2,5.1,9.1,9.2

033105811

Simulation   of transportation system

C

16

 

 

 

1.0

4

2.2,5.2,6.1

033103711

Transportation   Planning

C

48

 

 

4

3.0

4

1.3,2.3,3.2,3.3,4.2,5.3,6.2,7.1,10.2

033106641

Big   data technology of traffic

C

32

 

 

 

2.0

7

4.1,4.2,5.1,5.2,5.3,6.1

033106431

Traffic   Safety

C

32

 

 

 

2.0

6

2.1;   4.2; 6.2

033101381

Traffic   Design

C

48

 

 

8

3.0

5

1.3,2.3,3.2,3.3,4.2,5.3,6.2,7.1

033106161

Traffic   Detection Technology

C

32

 

 

 

2.0

5

1.3,4.2,5.1

033103802

Passenger   Transportation System

C

48

 

 

 

3.0

6

3.1,6.1,7.2

033102271

Traffic   Control and Traffic Management

C

48

8

 

 

3.0

5

1.3,2.3,3.1,4.1,5.3,6.1

033103671

Business   Models and Entrepreneurship in Modern Traffic Technology

C

16

 

 

 

1.0

7

9.2,10.1,11.2,12.1

033103292

New   Technology of Modern Traffic

C

16

 

 

 

1.0

7

7.2,10.2,12.1

Total

C

672

24

 

36

42

 

 

 

Elective Courses

Intelligent Traffic Engineering module

033100582

Engineering   Mechanics

E

64

 

4

4

4.0

3

1.2,2.2

033106631

Basis   of Traffic Data Analysis

E

48

 

 

8

3.0

3

1.1,1.2,2.1,2.2,5.1

033106731

Introduction   of urban transportation

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

3

2.1,6.1,7.1

033106451

Urban   Planning and Transportation

E

48

 

 

 

3.0

3

1.3,2.3,3.3,6.2,7.1,8.2

 

Automobile   Application Engineering & Intelligent connected application

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

5

1.3,2.1,6.2,7.2

033103101

Engineering   Project Management

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

6

2.1,3.2,7.1,8.2,11.2

033100161

 

Intelligent   Transportation Systems

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

7

2.2,3.1,4.2,5.2,10.2

033101681

GIS

E

32

12

 

 

2.0

7

1.3,3.1,,5.1

033106501

Intelligent   connected vehicle

E

48

 

 

 

3.0

7

1.3,4.2,6.2,12.1

Total

E

minimum elective course credits   required:20 credits

Intelligent Traffic ManagementModule

 

Electrical   and Electronic Technology I

E

72

24

 

 

4.0

4

1.1,2.1,3.1,5.1

033106551

Introduction   to Artificial Intelligence

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

3

1.1,1.2,2.1,2.2,3.1,5.1

033106631

Basis   of Traffic Data Analysis

E

48

 

 

8

3.0

3

1.3;   4.3; 5.3

033101622

Modern   Traffic Communication Technology

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

4

1.2,2.1,3.1,4.2,5.1

033106741

Digital   Image Processing

E

48

 

 

 

3.0

4

1.2,2.1,2.2,3.1,5.1,9.1

033101892

Electro-mechanical   Engineering for Transportation

E

48

 

 

 

3.0

6

1.2,2.2,3.2,5.2

033105281

Smart   Freeway System Control

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

6

1.2,2.2,3.2,4.2,6.1

033101681

GIS

E

32

12

 

 

2.0

7

1.3,3.1,,5.1

033106501

Intelligent   connected vehicle

E

48

 

 

 

3.0

7

1.3,4.2,6.2,12.1

033100161

 

Intelligent   Transportation Systems

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

7

2.2,3.1,4.2,5.2,10.2

Total

E

minimum   elective course credits required:20 credits

Smart   Vehicle-Road module

033100582

Engineering   Mechanics

E

64

 

4

4

4.0

3

1.2,2.2

033106971   

Smart   highway design

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

6

1.3,2.2,5.1,6.2

033106901

Pavement   Maintenance and Management

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

6

1.1,2.2,11.2

 

033100951

Civil   survey

E

32

9

 

 

2

4

1.2,2.2,5.1

033101921

Soil   Mechanics and Foundation Engineering

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

5

1.2,2.2

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