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A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

A study in technology can introduce students to the integration of technology within a wide range of industries. Application for computer systems, machines and electrical devices as an option for solving human problems can often become the foundation for these studies.

The education ministry runs education in China. The government often provides partial funding for the higher education in the technical and public universities. The Chinese government has also developed academic curriculum that allows those students with vocational skills to nurture their talents.

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Master in Chemical Engineering and Technology

China University of Petroleum
Campus Full-time 3 years September 2019 China Beijing

Chemical Engineering and Technology is a first-class subject in the category of engineering, which focuses on studying the common discipline of chemical, physical and biochemical process in the chemical industry as well as the other industrial process.

Master in Electronics Science and Technology

Beijing Institute Of Technology
Campus Full-time September 2019 China Beijing

Electronic Information at BIT (including electronic information engineering, electronic science and technology, communications engineering and information counter technology) is a national key program.

Master in Chemical Engineering and Technology

Beijing Institute Of Technology
Campus Full-time September 2019 China Beijing

The Chemical Engineering and Pharmacy Major of BIT belongs to the first-grade subject of chemical engineering and technology which is a key subject set by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, and the second-grade subject of applied chemistry which is also a national key subject.