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浙江工业大学-达尔豪西大学合作

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Overview

A student who successfully completes this four-year program of study, will be awarded either a Bachelor of Computer Science from Dalhousie University (DAL), Halifax, Canada, or both a Bachelor of Computer Science with Honours from DAL and a Bachelor of Engineering from Zhejiang University of Technology (ZJUT).

The first two years are taught at ZJUT.

The following two years are taught at DAL.

Admission to the DAL portion of the program requires:

successful completion of the prescribed curriculum at ZJUT

a GPA of 3.0 on the DAL scale computed on selected courses

a satisfactory English proficiency score

A student enrolled in the Program who successfully completes all courses indicated by an X in the columns headed B in the ZJUT curriculum and the DAL curriculum will be awarded the Dalhousie Bachelor of Computer Science degree.

A student enrolled in the Program who successfully completes all courses indicated by an X in the columns headed H in the ZJUT curriculum and the DAL curriculum will be awarded the Dalhousie Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) degree.

A student enrolled in the Program who successfully completes all courses indicated by an X in the columns headed Z in the ZJUT curriculum and the DAL curriculum will be awarded the Dalhousie Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) degree and the ZJUT Bachelor of Engineering degree..

Depending on elective selections, DAL will also award a certificate in one of the following three specializations:

Graphics, Gaming, and Media

Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Systems

Communication Technologies and Cyber Security.

Working while you Study

Curriculum at ZJUT Years 1 and 2

Course No.

Course Name

B,H

Z

110007

Linear Algebra (B)

X

X

226001

Introduction to Computer Science

X

X

110001

Advanced Mathematics (A)

X

X

226260

Discrete Mathematics

X

X

109007

College English (B)

X

X

110009

Probability Theory and Mathematic Statistics (A)

X

X

128002

Outline of Modern Chinese History

X

X

226264

C++ Programming (1) and (2)

X

X

110305

Physics Experiments (B)

X

X

110309

Physics (C)

X

X

226212

Data Structure

X

X

226166

Java Programming

X

X

226131

Database Theory and its Application

X

X

226108

Principles of Computer Networks

X

X

226109

Principles of Computer Organisation

X

X

226155

The Design and Analysis of Computer Algorithms

X

X

128003

Morals, Ethics and Law Basics

 

X

308305

Highlights of Chinese Culture

 

X

413001

Gymnasium

 

X

128004

The Basic Principles of Marxism

 

X

128005

Mao Zedong Thought and Introduction to Socialist Theory with Chinese Characteristics

 

X

 

University wide elective units (10 ZJUT credits)

 

X

 

 

 

 

GPA Calculation for admission to DAL

Maximum GPA on the DAL scale is 4.3

Admission requires a minimum average GPA of 3.0 on the DAL scale

GPA for admission to year 4 of the program at DALis based on the average of marks in the courses marked X in the "B,H" column of the above table

The ZJUT average course mark is converted to DAL GPA as follows:

 

ZJUT mark

DAL Grade

GPA

94 +

A+

 

89-93

A

4.0

83-88

A-

 

78-82

B+

 

75-77

B

3.0

72-74

B-

 

69-71

C+

 

65-68

C

 

60-65

D

1.0

0-59

F

 

 

English language proficiency requirements

English is the language of study at Dalhousie; therefore all applicants whose first language is not English must provide proof of English proficiency. This requirement can be satisfied with one of the following criteria:

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)

TOEFL (computer based) - 237

TOEFL (paper based) - 580

TOEFL (iBT) - 90

Students must achieve 4.0 or better on the essay or TOEFL Writing Test

International English Language Testing System (IELTS) - 6.5

Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) - 81

Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (CAEL) - 70

Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) minimum grade C and Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) minimum grade B

IB Higher Level English course A1, A2 with a minimum grade of 5 or English B with a minimum grade of 6

AP English Examination (Language Composition; Literature and Composition) with a minimum grade of 4

O-Level GCSE or IGCSE English Language or English Literature course with a minimum grade of B

CanTest of English for Scholars and Trainees (CanTest) - 4.5

Curriculum at DAL Years 3 and 4

The DAL degree awarded is either a Bachelor of Computer Science or Bachelor of Computer Science with Honours, depending on the courses selected.

Course No.

Course Name

B

H

Z

CSCI 2100

Communication Skills: Oral and Written

X

X

X

CSCI 3101

Social, Ethical and Professional Issues in Computer Science

X

X

X

CSCI 3120

Operating Systems

X

X

X

CSCI 3130

Introduction to Software Engineering

X

X

X

CSCI 3136

Principles of Programming Languages

X

X

X

CSCI 3190

Community Outreach I

 

 

X

CSCI 3191

Community Outreach II

 

 

X

INFX 4600

Project 5

 

 

X

INFX 4601

Project 6

 

 

X

CSCI 8873

Honours Thesis

 

X

X

2 x business, science, or engineering elective at 1000 level or above
1 x business, science, or engineering elective at 2000 level or above

X

X

X

7 x free electives at 2000 level or above
2 x Computer Science electives at 3000 level or above
3 x Computer Science electives at 4000 level or above

X

 

 

6 x free electives at 2000 level or above

 

X

 

2 x free electives at 2000 level or above

 

 

X

5 x Computer Science electives at 4000 level or above

 

 

 

Working while you Study

The Canadian Government permits international students to work while registered in a full-time program of study

You may work on campus without a work permit

To work off campus

A student work permit is required

Limited to 20 hours/week during school terms (Dalhousie strongly recommends no more than 10 hours/week)

Full-time work is allowed during non-school terms

Your spouse or common-law partner can work while you are a full-time student

A work permit is required

Working after graduation is allowed

Requires a Post-Graduation Work Permit

You can work for the same length of time as your study program in Canada, to a maximum of three years

The work experience you gain can help you qualify for permanent residence


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