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Engineering Mechanics
Cập nhật: 13/10/2018
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The training program equips students with comprehensive professional knowledge, firmly grasp the principles and law of nature and society, have basic skills and ability to work independently, create and solve mechanical problems.
PART I: GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO TRAINING PROGRAM
 
1. Some information about the training program
 
Name of the major: Engineering mechanics
 
Major Code: 52520101
 
Graduation: Engineer
 
Training time: 4.5 years
 
Degree: The Degree of Engineer in Engineering Mechanics
 
Unit assigned to train: University of Engineering and Technology, VNU.
 
Training Coordinators: Institute of Mechanics, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology
 
2. Training objectives
 
General objective: The training program equips students with comprehensive professional knowledge, firmly grasp the principles and law of nature and society, have basic skills and ability to work independently, create and solve mechanical problems;
 
Specific objectives: The training program will promptly update the knowledge of new mechanical technologies in the world while expanding and improving basic and specialized sciences to train qualified human resources.
 
3. Enrollment information
 
- Admission form: According to the regulations of Vietnam National University, Hanoi.
 
- Estimated enrollment scale: 100 students.
 
 
PART II: STANDARD OUTPUT OF THE TRAINING PROGRAM
 
1. Knowledge and professional competence
 
1.1. About the knowledge
 
Graduated students of the program have specialized theoretical knowledge in the field of training; have a solid understanding of the technology and have practical knowledge in order to handle complex tasks; gaining basic knowledge of basic principles, natural and social laws in the field of training to develop new knowledge and to continue to study at a higher level; Having knowledge of management, administration, legal knowledge and environmental protection related to the field of training; and have specific knowledge and competence as follows:
 
1.1.1 General knowledge block
 
Knowledge of political theory
 
- Understand the scientific knowledge system of the basic principles of Marxism-Leninism;
 
- Understanding the basic, systematic knowledge of Ho Chi Minh's ideology, morals, cultural values, the basic contents of the revolutionary line of the Communist Party of Vietnam, in the period of innovation in some basic areas of social life.
 
Knowledge of computer science
 
- Remembering and explaining the basics of information;
 
- Uses common information processing tools (operating system, office support software and internet explorer, etc);
 
- Ability to analyze, evaluate and program a high-level programming language (understanding control structures, structured data types, functions / subroutines, global variables / local variables, input and output the file data, steps to build the complete program);
 
- Ability to analyze and evaluate structure-oriented programming methods and object-oriented programming; distinguish the pros and cons of two programming methods.
 
Knowledge of foreign languages: Achieve a level equivalent to the level of 3/6 under the 6-level foreign language capability framework for Vietnam.
 
- Understand the main ideas of a standard, clear discourse on familiar issues in work, school, recreation, etc;
 
- Handles most situations that may occur when using the language;
 
- Simply write links about familiar topics or personal interests;
 
- Describe the experiences, events, dreams, hopes and ambitions and can briefly explain the reasons, explain their ideas and plans.
 
Physical education and national defense
 
- Understand and apply basic scientific knowledge in the field of physical training and sports training and self-training, preventing injuries to strengthen and enhance health. Use exercises to develop general fitness and specific physical fitness. Apply basic skills, tactics, rules of competition to the community extra-curricular activities;
 
- Understand the basic content of military lines and tasks of national defense and security of our nation in the new situation. Apply knowledge learned in combat under normal combat conditions.
 
1.1.2 Knowledge by field
 
- Knowledge of basic mechanics, heat, electricity and optics physics; understanding the phenomena and laws of physics and related applications in science, technology and life; apply knowledge to study and research other modules of engineering and technology;
 
- Understand the knowledge related to mathematical calculus such as limit, derivative, integral of one variable functions and multiple function variables;
 
- Understand and apply knowledge related to advanced algebra such as matrix and transformations, solving multi-variable systems, etc.
 
1.1.3 Major block knowledge
 
- Know the basic knowledge of numerical methods in engineering, understanding and application to calculate or solve mathematical problems in computer science;
 
- Know the basic knowledge of probability and applied statistics such as rules and probability distributions. Understand and find the characteristic quantities of random variables and their meanings in reality. Apply statistical theory to solve practical problems related to application of reliability theory in technical problems.
 
1.1.4 Major group knowledge
 
- Understand and apply basic knowledge of theoretical mechanics, fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, mechatronics .... in simple technical matters;
 
- Understand and apply basic knowledge of electrical, electronics engineering;
 
- Know and apply basic knowledge of design, manufacturing engineering, technical drawing and design automation;
 
- Understand and be able to apply knowledge of simulation techniques, tools and software support in engineering;
 
- Know and apply the basics of the experiment
 
1.1.5 Major knowledge
 
Major knowledge
 
- Understand and apply the knowledge of mechanical models in practical engineering problems.
 
Additional knowledge
 
- Know the knowledge in the fields of technology, economics, law, social, humanities, ... meet future career aspirations.
 
In-depth oriented knowledge
 
Advanced orientation on industrial and environmental hydraulic-pneumatic
 
- Know and apply the knowledge in calculating, evaluating and analyzing dynamic hydraulic-pneumatic processes applied in industry: hydropower, petroleum transportation and exploitation, hydrothermal exchange processes in nuclear power plant;
 
- Understand and be able to apply knowledge to simulate, evaluate, and analyze dynamic hydrodynamic processes applied in the environment: calculations, flow forecasts, pollution emissions in water and atmosphere, etc;
 
Advanced orientation on marine engineering mechanics
 
- Understand and apply knowledge to simulate, analyze and evaluate offshore and coastal works;
 
- Know and be able to use knowledge to calculate, simulate, evaluate, predict lithographic and marine environmental processes.
 
Advanced orientation on mechatronics:
 
- Understand and apply knowledge to assess system or process design analysis; use modern tools to develop mechatronic systems; capable of developing solutions to the design and development of mechatronic systems, creating "smart" production tools, as well as modern industrial systems.
 
Advanced orien
 
- Understand and apply knowledge of aerodynamics and propulsion technology, structural mechanics, flight mechanics, satellite technology, etc. for research and application of space technology.
 
Advanced orientation on materials and modern structures:
 
- Have good basic knowledge of materials mechanics and structural calculation; be albe to optimal components for multi-phase composites (base, fibers and granules); calculate and experimentally determine stress-strain, durability of materials and durability, stability of structural steel plates, metal and alloys, etc as well as structures made of composite materials, concrete, nanomaterials, FGM functional materials, etc static and dynamic load, so that they can actively design, fabricate and control the structure.
 
Practical and graduated knowledge
 
- Be able to work in a practical environment, be able to apply integrated knowledge to solve problems in practice;
 
- Know the research, build products for scientific purposes or life;
 
- Know how to present ideas in the form of a scientific report.
 
1.2. Capacity of autonomy and responsibility
 
- Having the capacity for leading specialized training and professional skills; Take initiative in the course of performing assigned tasks; Ability to self-orientate, adapt to different working environments; self-learning, accumulation of knowledge and experience to improve professional qualifications; be able to make conclusions about common professional issues and technical issues; capable of planning, coordinating and promoting collective wisdom; capability to evaluate and improve professional activities at medium scale.
 
2. About the skill
 
2.1. Professional skill
 
2.1.1. Occupational skills
 
- Have complex work-related skills that require the use of theoretical and practical knowledge of the trained major in different contexts; Has the ability to analyze, synthesize, evaluate data and information, collect collective ideas and use new scientific and technological achievements to solve real or abstract problems in the field. educate; have the ability of professional guidance to deal with issues of local and regional size;
 
- Have skills in applying basic knowledge in mathematics and physics in science, technology and life;
 
- Good programming skills and use of software tools;
 
- Good design skills; segment design process;
 
- Have the skills to plan, organize work, manage time and resources.
 
2.1.2. Ability to reasoning and solve problem
 
- Ability to reasoning and apply analytical techniques to identify related technical issues.
 
2.1.3. Ability to research and explore knowledge
 
- Ability to search, synthesize, analyze and apply information, practical knowledge to professional issues.
 
2.1.4. Systematic thinking ability
 
- Ability to think logically and systematically in mechatronic systems as well as in engineering systems.
 
2.1.5. Social and external context
 
- Ability to understand and deal with social impacts on development, use of systems with electronics and vice versa.
 
2.1.6. Organizational background
 
- Understand the roles and responsibilities of engineers in the organization;
 
- Understand the strategy, objectives and plans of the unit;
 
2.1.7. Ability to apply knowledge and skills into practice
 
- Ability to implement and operate products, machinery, technology, equipment, etc;
 
- Ability to master the science of technology and labor tools of the profession;
 
- Ability to identify and resolve problems in the profession.
 
2.1.8. Capacity to innovate, develop and lead changes in the profession
 
- Ability to implement and practice the idea of products, machinery, technology, equipment, etc;
 
- Ability to research, improve and innovate;
 
- Ability to master new technology and tools.
 
2.2. Additional skills
 
2.2.1. Personal skills
 
- Have creative thinking;
 
- Have critical thinking;
 
- Know to offer new initiatives.
 
2.2.2. Work in team
 
- Know to cooperate with other team members;
 
- Know how to share information in groups.
 
2.2.3. Management and leadership
 
- Know how to manage time and resources;
 
- Know the project management.
 
2.2.4. Communication skills
 
- Know how to argue, organize ideas;
 
- Knowledge of written communication, electronic communication, multimedia;
 
- Know how to present to the crowd.
 
2.2.5. Communication skills using foreign languages.
 
- Have specialized language skills at a level that understands the main ideas of a report or keynote on familiar topics in work related to the trained major; be able to use foreign languages to express and handle some common professional situations; be able to write a simple report, which expresses opinions related to professional work.
 
2.2.6. Additional skills
 
- Facing challenges, risks;
 
- Multicultural Adaptation.
 
3. Regarding moral qualities
 
3.1. Personal moral qualities
 
- Honest;
 
- Polite;
 
- Modest;
 
- Enthusiasm.
 
3.2. Professional moral qualities
 
- Responsible for the work;
 
- loyalty to the organization;
 
- Enthusiastic and passionate about the job.
 
3.3. Social morality
 
- Responsible for society;
 
- Compliance with laws;
 
- Have a sense of service;
 
- Enthusiastic participation in social activities.
 
4. Work position which students can take after graduation
 
- Group 1 - Technical engineers, designers, group managers, project managers: Capability to work in research, design, production and business organizations in the fields of Mechanical engineering, Construction, Transportation, Irrigation, Environment, Petroleum ... related to Mechanics, Automation. Engineers can work in construction works, mechanical engineering plants, hydroelectric plants, nuclear power plants, as well as businesses involved in construction, transportation, ...
 
- Group 2 - Analysts, consultants and entrepreneurs: Ability to work in companies and consulting organizations, enterprises, ministries and departments; Can handle the following: in charge of after-sales service; product development; in the future, they can become analysts, consultants, business leaders and organizations.
 
- Group 3: Researchers and lecturers: be able to research and teach in universities, research institutions; be able to take on the job: participate in research related issues about Mechanical
 
engineering; teaching assistants, lecturers teaching the modules of the training; developing new products and technologies; be able to become a researcher, a lecturer, a manager.
 
5. Ability to study, improve after graduation
 
- Continuing pursue post-graduated studies in the fields of Mechanical engineering;
 
- Research and implement applications of Mechanical engineering in practice.

PART III: CONTENT OF THE TRAINING PROGRAM

1. Summary of training program requirements

Total number of credits: 155 credits

General knowledge block: 29 credits (Excluding physical education, national defense education and additional skills)

- Knowledge block by field: 18 credits

Major knowledge block: 6 credits

Major knowledge group: 22 credits

Major knowledge: 80 credits

            + Mandatory courses: 35 credits

            + Additional: 5/15 credits

            + Advanced orientation: 30 credits

                   Mandatory: 18 credits

                   Optional: 4 credits

                   Internship: 8 credits

            + Graduation thesis: 10 credits

 
 
 
 
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