In accordance with “Made in China 2025” strategy and Shenzhen urban development strategies, the College of Health Science and Environmental Engineering is designed to meet the demand of the emerging sectors of health and environment, and is committed to developing highly skilled talents in biomedical and environmental engineering who embody humane sentiments, outstanding expertise and innovation capability. The College will engage in collaborative innovation in talent training, curriculum setting, technology and organizational infrastructure through a range of cooperation with prestigious universities of applied science in Germany, Switzerland, Japan and beyond. With particular focus on entrepreneurship and employability of its students as well as international exchange, it mainly intends to develop the students’ hands-on skills, professional quality and international outlook. By working with the industry on joint labs and training bases, the College is building up a curriculum integrating scientific research and manufacturing in order to promote students’ transformation from knowledge-based to technology-based talents and make them fit for the job market.
College of Health Science and Environmental Engineering [Photo/Party Affairs Committee Publicity Office]
The College currently offers programs of Biomedical Engineering and Intelligent Medical Engineering, which emphasize students’ hands-on abilities to research into new medical diagnostic approaches and treatments, as well as new medical apparatus and their quality inspection, quality assurance and clinical training. In the near future, the College will establish advanced laboratories and research centers to explore new research areas, accumulate research achievements and facilitate the technology transfer and industrialization of the achievements. Facing the challenges and trends of health science and human environment, the College also aims to create an interdisciplinary technological platform to enable its development in leaps and bounds from a high starting point.