Research and Introspection of Training Program About Professional Master Degree Based on Political School-Enterprise Cooperation Mode

Hongbo GAO, Jiayu LI, Sujuan WANG, Xian LI, Zhi DENG

Abstract


This paper not only reviews the development of professional master’s degree in China in 20 years, which is meeting the needs of Chinese economic development generally, but also has found that it faces troubles that the goal is not equal to the results. By referring to experience of professional master in the United States and Japan and South Korea, this paper try to focus on the question that how to develop a professional master to the professional, compound, application-oriented high-level technical talent based on political school-enterprise cooperation mode, This paper has pointed out some problems that may be encountered in development of courses about professional master degree, given some practical suggestions on how to solve these problems and how to build Political School-enterprise Cooperation Mode.


Keywords


Professional master; Troubles; Political school-enterprise cooperation; Suggestions

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