School of Materials Science and Engineering is one of the key construction schools in Zhengzhou University. It has 152 fulltime academic staffs of which 52 are professors, 48 associate professors and 95 faculty members with doctoral degrees.
- All the faculties carry with them abundant academic and professional experiences.
- It now offers 3 undergraduate programs in the fields of Material Science and Engineering, Materials Chemistry, and Packaging Engineering.
- Of the 3 programs, Material Science and Engineering is national featured disciplines. And the school has a Material Science and Engineering Experiment Teaching Center.
- It is entitled to confer doctorate degrees and master degrees, with a Material Science and Engineering postdoctoral mobile research station attached to it.
Under the classification of a first-level discipline of Material Science and Engineering, there are 6 master’s programs, which are Polymeric Chemistry and Physics, Materialogy, Materials Processing Engineering, Packaging Materials and Engineering, Leather Chemistry and Engineering and Materials Engineering.
Under the classification of a first-level discipline of Material Science and Engineering, there are 4 doctorate programs, which are Polymeric Chemistry and Physics, Materials Physics and Chemistry, Materialogy and Materials Processing Engineering.
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School of Materials Science and Engineering focus on create an actively academic atmosphere and now it has 1 national research center and 8 provincial laboratories.
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Zhengzhou University colloquially known in Chinese as Zhèngdà and abbreviated as ZZU is a public university located in Zhengzhou, Henan, China.
Zhengzhou University is the largest university in China in terms of number of students (around 73,000 students). The Campus size is the tenth largest in PR China with 433 hectares (1,070 acres).
Zhengzhou University was co-constructed by the Chinese Ministry of Education and the Government of Henan Province under the initiative of “One Province, One University”.
It has been recognized for receipt of huge development spending given its potential to become a reputed seat of higher learning.
ZZU was included in “Project 211” by the Chinese Ministry of Education which aimed at transforming promising universities into “Key National Universities”.
The “Project 211” was later on replaced with a more ambitious and comprehensive initiative of tertiary education “Double First-Class University Plan” with an intent to develop elite Chinese universities and their disciplines as topmost institutions of the world by the end of 2050. ZZU is included in this project as well.