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Aeronautic Engineering Program for Engineer

Aeronautic Engineering Program for Engineer

Aeronautic Engineering Program for Engineer

Program’s Title: Aeronautic Engineering Program for Engineer
Training level: Undergraduate
Majjor: Aeronautic engineering
Code: 5252120
Degree: Engineer
(Promulgated under Decision…./QĐ-ĐHBK-ĐTĐH dated…/…./2011 by the HUST’s President)

1 Program’s Objective
The objective the Engineer of Aeronautic Engineering Program is to provide the graduates with:
(1) Solid background knowledge in order to well adapt to various works of the wide engineering field and professional knowledge for the areonautic engineering.
(2) Professional skills and personal characters needed to be seccessful in their career
(3) Essential social skills to work effectively in the interdisciplinary groups and international environment
(4) Ability to design and implement projects and operate equipment, conforming to the socio-economic and enviromental context
(5) Political character, morality, willingness to serve people and health in order to meet high requirements for Motherland construction and protection

After completion, the Engineer of Transportation Engineering could take a role of:
– Design and development engineer
– Operation and maintenance Engineer
– Auditing and evaluation Engineer
– Design and monitoring consultant
– Project management engineer
In the production, sale and technical service of aeronautic engineering, both domestic and overseas

2 Standard outputs – Expected results
After completion, the engineer of the HUST’s Aeronautic engineering would have:
1 Solid background knowledge to adapt to various works in the aeronautic engineering field. Specifically, they are able to:
1.1 Apply fundamental knowledge, such as, math and physic in simulation and calculation of the technnical systems and products
1.2 Apply fundamental technical knowledge of the aeronautic engineering, for example, machanics, mechanics of machine, mechanical engineering, technical drawing and CAD to study, analyse technical systems and products of the aeronautic engineering, machine and aero-hydraulic automation, engine, electronic engineering, automatic control; Analyse and diagnose some common problems in aeroplanes
1.3 Apply knowledge of the transportation engineering, such as, mechnical transmission and hydraulic transmission in combination with exploitation and use of advanced methods and tools for design and evaluation of systematic solutions and technical products in the fields of aeronautic and aero-hydraulic engineering.

2. Essential professional skills and personal characters to be successful in their career. They are able to:
2.1 Argue, analyse and deal with technical issues
2.2 Carry out experiment, conduct research and explore knowledge
2.3 Think in systematic and critical way
2.4 Act actively, creatively and seriously (TE2801,…)
2.5 Live and work morally and responsibly (TE2801, …)
2.6 Understand current issues and pursue a lifetime study (TE2801, …)

3. Essential social skills to work effectively in the interdisciplinary groups and international environment. They are able to:
3.1 Organise, lead and work in team (interdisciplinary and multinationality) (EM1010, …)
3.2 Communicate effectively through writing, presentation, discussion, negociation, initiative and effective use of advanced tools and facilities (FL1101, …)
3.3 Use English at work effectively with TOEIC score greater or equal 450 (FL1101, …)

4. Ability to develop technical products and solutions for the aeronautic engineering field, conforming to the socio-economic and enviromental context. They are able to:
4.1 Understand the close relationship between technical solutions and socio-economic and environmental factors in the context of globalisation (SSH1120, …)
4.2 Recognise problems, develop idias of technical solutions and participate in designing projects (TE2801, …)
4.3 Design technical products and solutions for the aeronautic engineering field (TE3811, …)
4.4 Operate and exploit technical processes, products and solutions for the aeronautic and aero-hydraulic engineering (TE4821, …)

4.5 Well adapt to other transportation engineering fields, for examples, engine, automobile, ship, machine and aero-hydraulic automation (TE4801, …)

(5) Political character, morality, willingness to serve people and health in order to meet high requirements for Motherland construction and protection. The graduates would have:
5.1 A political qualification as specified by MOET (SSH1110, …)
5.2 A certificate of physical and defense-security education as specifed by MOET (PE1010, PE1020, PE1030, PE2010, PE2020, MIL1110, MIL1120, MIL1130)

3 Training time and amount of knowledge for the whole course
3.1 Regular training program
– Designed training time: 5 years
– Amount of knowledge for the whole course: 161 credits

3.2 Technical Bachelor-based upgrading program
This program is designed with the aim to give students who have already finished a 4-year bachelor of transportation engineering program or close fields. The training time and amount of knowledge depend on the direction that students selected from the Bachelor transportation engineering program.
– Designed training time: 1 – 1.5 years
– Amount of knowledge for the whole course: 36-54 credits

4 Eligible candidate

4.1 Students who completed from secondary school and passed the national entry exam for group A, conforming to HUST’s regulations will follow the 5-year or (4+1)-year program
4.2 Persons who completed the HUST’s Bachelor of Aeronautic engineering could go straight to the 1-year upgrading program. Persons who completed from the HUST’s Bachelor of mechanical engineering and Bachelor of transportation engineering could go to 1-year upgrading program but they must study some supplement subjects in order to meet requirements of the Bachelor of Aeronautic engineering program (see section 7)
4.3 Persons who completed from the HUST’s Bachelor of Automotive engineering and Bachelor of mechanical engineering are eligible to take the 1-year upgrading program after finishing one semester for supplement subjects (see section 7)
4.4 Persons who are studying other Bachelor and Engineer programs at HUST could take a dual degree study program as specified in the HUST’s regulations for the second major of the regular undergraduate training.
4.5 Persons who completed other major in HUST or graduated from other universities could apply for the second undergraduate training program under the general regulations of MOET and specific stipulations of HUST.

5 Training Procedures and graduate conditions
4.1 Students who completed from secondary school and passed the national entry exam for group A, conforming to HUST’s regulations will follow the 5-year or (4+1)-year program
4.2 Persons who completed the HUST’s Bachelor of Aeronautic engineering could go straight to the 1-year upgrading program. Persons who completed from the HUST’s Bachelor of mechanical engineering and Bachelor of transportation engineering could go to 1-year upgrading program but they must study some supplement subjects in order to meet requirements of the Bachelor of Aeronautic engineering program (see section 7)
4.3 Persons who completed from the HUST’s Bachelor of Automotive engineering and Bachelor of mechanical engineering are eligible to take the 1-year upgrading program after finishing one semester for supplement subjects (see section 7)
4.4 Persons who are studying other Bachelor and Engineer programs at HUST could take a dual degree study program as specified in the HUST’s regulations for the second major of the regular undergraduate training.
4.5 Persons who completed other major in HUST or graduated from other universities could apply for the second undergraduate training program under the general regulations of MOET and specific stipulations of HUST.

5. Training Procedures and graduate conditions
Training procedures and graduation conditions are applied under the HUST’s credit-based regulations for undergraduate and junior college training. Students who take a dual degree study must follow the HUST’s regulations for the second major study of the undergraduate training program.

5.1. List of disciplines in the training program

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