10月 21, 2020 4:57 上午 #527Ziyan Zhou.参与者1 pt
What should be prepared when students want to apply for the interdisciplinary majors? 跨专业申研应该准备些什么? (by Ziyan Zhou.)
10月 22, 2020 10:13 上午 #636yanliuAgnes参与者1 pt
10月 24, 2020 12:42 上午 #839ChenningJin参与者
You can choose a major that similar to your undergraduate major first. Go to the official website of the institution you want to apply for reference. Check some reference books to learn about related majors in advance.你可以优先选择与你本科专业课相似的专业。去你想申请的院校官网查询参考。查询一些参考书，提前了解相关专业。
11月 1, 2020 3:29 下午 #1061Junyi_Zhao参与者1 pt
得先在学校里学转专业的课，比如说申计算机的话编程，计算机结构，算法，数据结构等课都是必修的，因为这些都是基础的课。如果学校里修不了这些课，可以去网上，比如说coursera，Edx等平台看网课，这些证书是可以写在简历里，证明你是学过的，虽然效果可能没有学校里修的有信服力。Must learn to change the course of major in the school first, for example, applying computer science master, programming, computer structure, algorithm, data structure and so on class is compulsory, because these are basic lessons. If you can’t take these courses in school, you can go to the Internet, such as Coursera, Edx and other platforms to watch online courses. These certificates can be put on your resume to prove that you have learned these courses, although the effect may not be as convincing as that taken in school.
Universities like to see candidates for computer science master’s programs that possess certain skill sets that are highly valuable within the field. Applicants should understand and have knowledge in the areas of:
Mathematics, such as linear algebra ad calculus
Programming and organizing computer systems
and other areas pertinent to the field of Computer Science
4月 6, 2021 2:40 下午 #7191Oliver1参与者
In my opinion, the sooner you prepare, the better. Because if you need to cross-professional, you need to take some courses in the major you want. This has to be planned in advance. Of course, if you want to know more information, please refer to this website: https://www.zhihu.com/question/50311618
6月 7, 2021 11:48 下午 #9723Yurihan参与者
Interdisciplinary applications may need to be prepared in advance, especially for some popular subjects such as business and computer.
You can take the courses of your major. If the school does not provide it, you can go to Coursera to find the required resources. In addition, we need to prepare related internships.
In addition, if you choose some relatively unpopular majors, you may need less preparation.
6月 9, 2021 8:56 上午 #9876
I think it is necessary to go to postgraduate studies across majors, which helps students become comprehensive talents instead of knowing only one field of expertise. Of course, inter-professional postgraduate studies require a lot of effort. This is equivalent to learning a new subject. In this regard, it is recommended to find a teacher of the corresponding subject to consult, which can speed up the learning speed.