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Program Code: 120104

University Code: 456

I. Program Profile

CCNU provides the junior undergraduate program of the Real Estate Operation & Management since 1985 and the postgraduate program of Real Estate in the same year. The regular undergraduate program starts from 1990. In 1998 when the National Catalogue of Undergraduate Programs was revised, this program was retained as just one direction of Business Management and was resumed in 2006 with the approval of the Ministry of Education, which revised the Catalogue again and renamed the Real Estate Operation & Management into Real Estate Development and Management in 2012. In the same year, this program was approved to be one of the Branded Programs in Hubei Province. There are all together 14 teaching faculties in the program including 5 Professors, 5 Associate professors and 4 Lecturers. Three of them are members of the Expert Committee of the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development. One of them is Ministerial Excellent Talent of the New Century. So far, this program has cultivated over 3,000 real estate personnel and most of the graduates have become the backbone and managers of real estate firms. Some of them have become the leaders in this industry and highly admired by their employees.

II. Program Objectives

The program is designated to meet the demand of socialist modernization by providing graduate students who are morally, intelligently and physically developed, possess the basic knowledge, expertise, special and comprehensive skills on construction and civil engineering, economic, management and law concerned with real estate development and management. They are expected to be highly qualified and interdisciplinary talents mastering comprehensive, practical and innovative capabilities, healthy personalities and adaptive capability to society. They are also supposed to be comfortable to decision-making in the real estate development and management and the whole process management.

III. Basic Requirements

The students of this program will learn the fundamental theory and knowledge on construction, civil engineering, management, economics and law, receive the basic training on scientific, systematic, management and humanistic thinking. The students are also supposed to possess the ability of knowledge learning and application, innovation, analysis, problem-solving in real estate development and management.

Graduated students of this program are required to possess the following knowledge and skills:

1.Managerial theory & methods onreal estate development and managementand related economic theory & methods.

2.Legal theory and methods onreal estate development and management andrelated laws and regulations. Basic knowledge, techniques and methods on engineering technology.

3.Basic knowledge, expertise, professional skills and methods on real estate development and management.

4.Capability to apply all the above theory, knowledge, techniques and methods to undertake real estate development and management as well as real estate R&D and design.

5.Ability to Read, write and translate foreign language literatures concerned with real estate development and management.

6.Ability to use computer software to fulfill the jobs of real estate development and management.

7.The preliminary ability to do scientific research. The ability to makeverbal, nonverbal and interpersonal communications. Healthy personalities and strong flexibility.

8.Being aware of the updated theory and practice on the domestic and international development trend about the real estate development and management.

IV. Main Courses

Introduction to Construction EngineeringI, Introduction to Construction EngineeringII, Real Estate Development and Management, Real Estate Valuation, Real Estate Economics, Real Estate Administration, Real Estate Marketing, Urban Land Management, Real Estate Law, Urban Economics, Investment and Financing of Real Estate Projects, Engineering Project Management and Real Estate Finance.

V. Length of Schooling & Academic Degree

Length of Schooling: 4 Years

Academic Degree: Bachelor of Management

VI. Schedules of Credits and Class Hours Distribution

Type

Term

Course

Category

Ⅰ-1

Ⅰ-2

Ⅰ-3

Ⅱ-1

Ⅱ-2

Ⅱ-3

Ⅲ-1

Ⅲ-2

Ⅲ-3

Ⅳ-1

Ⅳ-2

Ⅳ-3

Total

Percentage

Credits

General Education Courses

Compulsory Courses

9.0

8.0

0.0

5.0

4.0

0.0

6.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

32.0

24.62

Core Courses

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

2.0

0.0

0.0

2.0

2.0

4.0

0.0

0.0

8.0

6.15

Selective Courses

0.0

0.0

2.0

0.0

3.0

0.0

0.0

2.0

0.0

2.0

0.0

0.0

7.0

5.38

Major Academic Course

8.0

14.0

0.0

17.0

10.0

0.0

3.0

6.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

58.0

44.62

Personality Development Courses (Academic Selective Courses)

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

3.0

0.0

12.0

8.0

0.0

2.0

0.0

0.0

25.0

19.23

Sum

17

22

2

22

22

0

21

18

2

8

0

0

130

100

Type

Term

Course

Category

Ⅰ-1

Ⅰ-2

Ⅰ-3

Ⅱ-1

Ⅱ-2

Ⅱ-3

Ⅲ-1

Ⅲ-2

Ⅲ-3

Ⅳ-1

Ⅳ-2

Ⅳ-3

Total

Percentage

Credits

General Education Courses

Compulsory Courses

144

128

0

80

64

0

96

0

0

0

0

0

512

24.62

Core Courses

0

32

0

0

32

0

0

32

32

0

0

0

128

6.15

Selective Courses

0

0

32

0

32

0

0

48

0

0

0

0

112

5.38

Main Academic Course

128

224

0

272

160

0

48

96

0

0

0

0

928

44.62

Personality Development Courses (Selective Academic Courses)

0

0

0

0

96

0

192

112

0

0

0

0

400

19.23

Sum

272

384

32

352

384

0

336

288

32

0

0

0

2,080

100

VII. Program Curriculum

Course Category

Course No.

Course Title

Term

Credit

Credit Allocation

Classes/week

Antecedence

Course

Dual Diploma Course

Lecture

Research & Discussion

La

General Education Courses

Compulsory Courses

33000000

College P.E. (4-semseter courses in the way of clubs)


4

64

0

0

2


No

35000000

College English(3-semester courses, grouped into different levels through the Entrance English Test )


12

192

0

0

4


No

34000021

Basics of Ideology, Ethics & Law

Ⅰ-1

3

32

0

16

2


No

20200001

Research & Discussion for the first year students

Ⅰ-1

2

32

0

0

2


No

34000023

Principles of Marxism

Ⅰ-2

3

32

0

16

2


No

34000022

A Sketch of China Modern History

1

2

24

0

8

3


No

34000025

Mao’s Ideology & System of Chinese Characterized Socialist Theory

2

6

48

0

48

3


No

Main Academic Courses

Personality Development Courses (Selective Academic Courses

20210001

Political economics

Ⅰ-1

4

48

16

0

5


Yes

31002012

Advanced Mathematics B1

Ⅰ-1

4

64

0

0

5


Yes

31002051

Linear Algebra A

Ⅰ-2

3

48

0

0

3


No

20210004

Accounting

Ⅰ-2

3

32

10

6

3


Yes

31002022

Advanced Mathematics B2

Ⅰ-2

4

64

0

0

4


Yes

20210002

Microeconomics

Ⅰ-2

4

48

10

6

4

Advanced Mathematics B1

Yes

20210006

Finance

Ⅱ-1

3

32

10

6

3

Microeconomics

Yes

31002061

Probability and Statistics A

Ⅱ-1

3

48

0

0

3

Advanced Mathematics A2

No

20210003

Macroeconomics

Ⅱ-1

4

48

10

6

4

Microeconomics

Yes

20210008

Experiments in Statistics

Ⅱ-1

1

0

0

32

0


No

20210005

Management

Ⅱ-1

3

32

10

6

3


Yes

20210007

Statistics

Ⅱ-1

3

32

16

0

3

Microeconomics

Yes

45610002

Introduction to Construction

Engineering I

Ⅱ-2

3

32

16

0

3


Yes

20210009

Econometrics

Ⅱ-2

4

48

10

6

4

Statistics

No

45621002

Real Estate Economics

Ⅱ-2

3

32

16

0

3

Microeconomics

Yes

45610008

Real Estate Development and Management

Ⅲ-1

3

32

16

0

3

Introduction to Construction

Engineering I

Yes

45610006

Real Estate Administration

Ⅲ-2

3

32

16

0

3


Yes

45610007

Real Estate Appraisal

Ⅲ-2

3

32

16

0

3

Introduction to Construction

Engineering I

Yes


45610004

Investment and Financing of Real Estate Projects

Ⅱ-2

3

32

16

0

3

Finance

Yes

20210010

Public Finance

Ⅱ-2

3

32

10

6

3

Macroeconomics

No

45621009

LandEconomics

Ⅱ-2

3

32

16

0

3


Yes

40621001

Human Resource Management

Ⅲ-1

3

32

16

0

3

Management

No

45621004

Engineering Project

Management

Ⅲ-1

3

32

16

0

3


No

45621001

Urban Economics

Ⅲ-1

3

32

16

0

3

Microeconomics

No

45621005

Real Estate Law

Ⅲ-1

3

32

16

0

3


No

45610009

Real Estate Marketing

Ⅲ-1

3

32

16

0

3


Yes

45610005

Introduction to Construction

Engineering II

Ⅲ-1

3

32

16

0

3


No

45610003

Construction Valuation

and Cost Controlling

Ⅲ-1

3

32

16

0

3


No

20210011

Economic law

Ⅲ-1

3

32

16

0

3


No

45621003

Urban Land Management

Ⅲ-2

3

32

16

0

3

Management

No

45622001

Introduction toPropertyManagement

Ⅲ-2

3

32

16

0

3


No

45621008

UrbanPlanning

Ⅲ-2

3

32

16

0

3

Microeconomics

No

40610002

E-commerce andInformationTechnologyManagement

Ⅲ-2

3

32

10

6

3


No

45620002

RealEstateFinance

Ⅳ-1

3

32

16

0

3

Finance

No

45622006

Property Environmental Management

Ⅳ-1

3

32

16

0

3


No

45620001

Frontier EconomicIssues of RealEstate

Ⅳ-1

2

24

8

0

2

Real Estate Economics

No

VIII. Practice Education

1. Practice & Experiment

The internship and experiment section in this program consists of graduation internship, social practice, graduation paper and etc. Among them, 8 credits will be granted for graduation internship, 2 credits for social practice and 6 credits for graduation paper.

Course Title

Credits

Notes

In-class Experiment Courses

Experiment in Statistics

1

Compulsory

Graduation Practice

8

Completed in the 7thand 8th semester

Internship

2

Completed within the vacations of the 3rd or 6thsemester

Graduation Paper (design))

6

Completed in the 7thand 8th semester

Other Practical Activities









2. Requirements for Community Education Credits

All students in EMBC are required to acquire 4 community education credits. All students can acquire the credits in accordance with their own majors and demands in the following ways:Star-ups Management Courses,completed National Innovation & Enterprising Project for College Students, published academic papers or books, college student research awards, awards in the Challenge Cup for College Students (including other professional awards at national and regional levels), professional certificates certified by the respective industries, participation in faculty’s research projects, patents/applicable new technology and appearance designs (with certificates), building start-ups, social practice or part-time internship in vacations, volunteer services, social work, skills training and industrial training. The detailed instructions on the above projects and corresponding credits can be found in the Regulations on the EMBC’s Community Education Management.

IX. Instructions

1. The students of this program should acquire 8 credits from the core courses on the following four modules-Mathematics & Natural Sciences, Philosophy & social sciences, Humanities & Arts and Pedagogy & Psychology. However, they are not allowed to take the key General Education Courses related or similar to the discipline of this program. In addition, they should take 7 credit courses on the selective General Education Courses. It means they are supposed to acquire 15 credits from the General Education Courses.

2. The Personality Development Courses are divided into three categories: Academic Courses, Inter-disciplinary Courses and Innovation & Staring-up Courses. The students pursuing academic development should take 25-credit selective academic courses under the category of Personality Development Courses. Those interdisciplinary types of students may select courses freely within the university and the innovation & starting-up type of students may take the courses characterized with innovation and starting-up for 25 credits.

3.This program shares the fundamental courses o with the other programs of EMBC in the first 3 semesters. At the end of the third semester, students will be grouped into different categories and start their academic education from the fourth semester.

4.Requirements for graduation.Within the specified years, those students of this program who have gained the required 130 credits, completed all the experiments and internship, reached the foreign language standards for CCNU undergraduates, acquired 4 community education credits, meet the P.E. standards and passed the graduation paper defense will be eligible for graduation. They will be granted with Bachelor Degree of Management if they can meet the specified requirements for diploma.

5. Minor or Dual-diploma Policy. The program offers 56-credit dual-diploma courses. Students are required to gain at least 42 credits from these courses and complete the graduation paper of this program. The university will confer the bachelor degree of management to those who meet all the requirements of Dual-Bachelor-Diploma. Students who can acquire at least 28 credits from the dual-diploma courses and meet the requirements of the Minor Program will be conferred with a Minor Certificate.

6. Rules of Accreditation of College English and P.E. Courses.

(1) Rules of Accreditation of College English.

There are 12 credits assigned to College English courses. The first year students have to take the English test. The test result will be used as the criteria of grouping students into three levels of classes: Class A (Advanced Level), Class B (Developing Level) and Class C (Basic Level). SeeThe Implementation Approaches of Level-Based English Education of CCNU(documented as华师行字【2015】232) for detailed approaches. Class C will have 3-semester and 12-credit general English courses. Class B will have 2-semster and 8-credit general English courses. Class A will have 1-semester and 4-credit general English courses and 1-semester and 4-credit special English courses. In principle, all the students are also supposed to take 1-2 academic courses in English.

(2) Rules of Accreditation of College P.E. Courses.

The club-system will be applied to College P.E. courses. Students are required to take 4-credit club courses for 4 semesters. Meanwhile, they are to attend 4 tests (annually) oftheNational Physical Health Standards for Students.SeeNotice of the Ministry of Education on the Basic P.E. Standards of Higher Educationfor detailed standards. Seethe Reform and Implementation Approaches of the CCNU Club-system of College P.E. Courses(documented as华师行字【2015】246)to find the detailed rules of taking the P.E. clubs.

(3) Rules of Accreditation of Information Application Competence.

Students should pass the accreditation of the university on their information application competence to be eligible for graduation. There three ways for students to be accredited as qualified: the first way is passing the university test at the entrance of CCNU; the second way is to obtain the National Computer Ranking Certificate; the third way is to take the Computer Basics and receive the 2 credits if they failed in the first and second way. Students will be accredited as qualified and recorded as “pass” in their documents if they use the first and second way of accreditation. But they will receive no credit. Otherwise, they will also receive 2 credits if they chose the third way to pass the accreditation. Non-normal students will have to pay for the credits in accordance with the corresponding standards.

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