Specialties and Deciplines

Introduction of Mathematics & Applied Mathematics Major (Normal Education)

    Development objectives: This major trains Mathematics teachers of middle and primary schools, teaching and research personnel and teaching staff in other fields who master the basic theory, knowledge and skills of mathematical science, receive preliminary training for scientific research and can apply mathematical knowledge and computer to solving of practical mathematical problems.

    Main courses: Mathematical Analysis, Advanced Algebra, Probability Theory, Theory of Functions of A Complex Variable, Ordinary Differential Equation, Pedagogy, Educational Psychology, Teaching Method of Mathematics Textbooks.

    Employment orientation: Graduates of this major mainly work in the fields of science, technology and education, and are engaged in mathematics education, research, teaching and other related works, and also serve as Mathematics teachers in general middle and primary schools and vocational middle schools. The students can also pursue advanced studies for a master's degree.

Introduction of Statistics Major

    Development objectives: This major trains application-oriented talents with good statistics attainments who master basic theory and approach of statistics, can proficiently apply computer for data analysis, and can be engaged in statistical investigation, information extraction and data analysis to carry out statistical inference, prediction and decision-making in enterprises, public institutions and economic management departments.

    Main courses: Mathematical Analysis, Advanced Algebra, Probability Theory, Mathematical Statistics, Practical Regression Analysis, Sampling Survey, Multivariate Statistical Analysis.

    Employment orientation: Graduates of this major can be engaged in all kinds of statistics-related works in statistics or quality assurance departments of companies related to statistical administration, finance and insurance, securities, market survey, consulting, as well as enterprises and public institutions. The students can also pursue advanced studies for a master's degree.

Introduction of laboratory

The central laboratory of College of Mathematics and Physics was established in 1985 with laboratory of general physics, demonstration laboratory, laboratory of mathematics and laboratory of information functional materials. The laboratory covers an area of 2,500m2, and is equipped with 2,138 sets of teaching and scientific research instruments and equipment with a value of RMB 82.11 million. The laboratory mainly undertakes the tasks for general physics experiments by students of science and engineering of the university, specialized experiments by students of mathematics major and scientific research related to information function and storage materials, and the demonstration laboratory opens to middle and primary school students of Changzhou City as a popular science base. The laboratory undertakes 138,000 man-hours of experiments annually.  

The laboratory has 23 teachers,15 for physics and 8 for mathematics. There are 2 professors, 7 associate professors and 14 lecturers, all with master's degree or above educational background.

The laboratory has made teaching instruments on its own, such as polarized light integrated demonstrator, Lorenz-family chaotic system experimental apparatus, BS-I double frequency phase modulation instrument. The faculty members published 18 papers (including 10 SCI papers), prepared 1 category of teaching material and published experiment textbook in 2016.

The physics experiment center was approved to be the demonstration center project of Jiangsu Province in October 2011 with development funds of RMB 2 million, and passed acceptance inspection in July 2014. The center received RMB 3.8 million development funds under central finance project (research center of information functional semiconductor materials and devices), which has been accomplished at present.