Beijing, 2nd September 2018 (BISTU)— Self-assessment on master degrees in the area of Information and Communication Engineering and Electronics and Communication Engineering successfully completes on Jianxiangqiao Campus. The assessment meeting is attended by 8 experts from Academic Degree Commission of the State Council headed by Prof. Wang Wenbo from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications. The meeting is also attended by BISTU President Wang Yongsheng, Assistant to Vice President Luan Zhongquan, and faculties from School of Information and Communication Engineering, is chaired by Executive Vice Dean Wang Jiuhe of Postgraduate School.
On behalf of BISTU, Wang Yongsheng extends thanks to all experts for their care and guidance for academic discipline construction at BISTU. Following his introduction to history and prospect of the University, Wang Yongsheng says that Information and Communication Engineering is a key sub-discipline in the area of information, to which the University has attached great importance. It is sincerely hoped that experts would offer their valuable suggestions for future improvement and assessment of this subject. The University will take this opportunity to devote actively to construction of national scientific innovation center and enhance competitiveness in subjects related to information technology.
Department chair Cao Lin of Information and Communication Engineering and Chair Zhou Jinhe of Electronics and Communication Engineering respectively deliver reports on construction and assessment of their degree programs. The expert committee holds that the two degree programs are clear in orientation, clarified in objectives, suitable to demand of information industry in Beijing, reasonable in faculty structure, and strong in research competence.
On behalf of expert committee of assessment, Wang Wenbo offers an introduction to requirements of the assessment and hopes that the assessment meeting could help in enhancing overall quality of relating disciplines. And Luan Zhongquan extends gratitude to all experts for their suggestions. He says that School of Information and Communication Engineering will take these suggestions very seriously, tackle all problems, and further perfect academic disciplinary construction.