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Shandong University, established in 1901, is a member university of Project 211 and Project 985, and the cradle of Chinese modern higher education as well as the important place of culture and education.


The two-year master’s program will be fully taught in English. Upon the completion of the program, graduates will earn a Master Degree of Engineering issued by Shandong University, recognized by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China.

Credit Requirements 

The total credits for the program are no less than 38 (16 study hours per credit), of which no less than 28 credits are for required (core) courses.

Thesis Requirements

Students should undertake original research through the submission of a master’s thesis. Students are required to work closely with their supervisor to define a focused topic and conduct detailed research. They begin this process from the beginning by developing the necessary skills to formulate a research proposal. Topics for the thesis are confirmed during Semester 3, either internally through the guidance or proposals from academic staff, or externally through an Associate Partner or industrial contacts. The thesis should be submitted on time and defended during Semester 4.

Program Courses

Core Courses

 Engineering Economics 

This is a course to introduce the correlations between technology and economics for the purposes of realizing the best allocation of project resources and the balance between technology and economics. Topic include (but are not limited to) the basic theory and methods of the project evaluation and its application, the contents of the project feasibility study. The objective is to prepare students to be able to master the engineering economic evaluation criteria and evaluation methods. On completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. Demonstrate mastery of the basic principles and methods of engineering economics, including the project program comparability principle, the time value capital, optimization principles, economic effect evaluation and preferential methods, project financial evaluation methods, and project risk analysis, etc.

2. Apply basic engineering economic principl...

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