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2016年同等学力申硕在职研究生英语科目考试真题

  英语科目是在职研究生的必考科目,同等学力申硕考试的主要科目是英语+专业课综合,2016年同等学力申硕在职研究生英语科目考试真题如下:

  Part I Oral Communication (10 points)

  Section A

  Directions:In this section there are two incomplete dialogues and each dialogue has three

  blanks and three choices A, B and C, taken from the dialogue. Fill in each of the blanks with one of the choices to complete the dialogue and mark your answer on the Answer sheet.

  Dialogue One

  A.Will you take care of that for me?

  B.Does it have anything valuable inside?

  C.How do you want to send it?

  Clerk: May I help you?

  Customer: Yes, I’d like to send this letter to my family in England.

  Clerk: Did you write your return address on the envelope?

  Customer: Yes, I did.

  Clerk: ____1____

  Customer: I guess I’ll send it airmail.

  Clerk: ____2____

  Customer: Yes. I enclosed a check and some photographs.

  Clerk: Then you’d better send it by registered mail.

  Customer: That’s a good idea.___3____

  Clerk: I’m sorry, sir. You’ll have to take your letter to the next window.

  Dialogue Two

  A.You can’t even stay in the sun for five minutes.

  B.I guess so.

  C.You want my advice?

  Winne: Oh, man! Nobody can stand this kind of scorching heat.

  Marc: Absolutely! _____4_____

  Winne: Anyway, I guess this afternoon there’s nothing we can do but stay home.

  Marc: ____5_____ I don’t want to be taken to the hospital for heat exhaustion or something.

  Winne: ___6_____ Drink a lot of liquids and spare yourself the worst of the heat!

  Marc: Yean, you’re right. Got to drink a lot of fluids.

  Section B

  Directions:In this section there is one incomplete interview which has four blanks and four

  choices A, B ,C and D, taken from the interview. Fill in each of the blanks with one of the choices to complete the interview and mark your answer on the Answer sheet.

  A.I literally can’t stop.

  B.But now I don’t need to worry any more.

  C.You’re known as the first billionaire author here.

  D.But that’s not just about money.

  Interviewer: You have published six popular books. 7 Interviewee: Yeah.

  Interviewer: So how has being the first billionaire author affected your perception of yourself?

  Interviewee: I dress better. Well, you can definitely afford better clothes.8I think the

  single biggest thing that money gave me--and obviously I came from a place where I was a single mother and it really was hand to mouth at one point. It was literally as poor as you can get without being homeless at one point. 9 Never.

  Interviewer: Are you in a place now where you can accept that you will always be rich?

  Interviewee: No.

  Interviewer: And will you be writing more?

  Interviewee: Oh, definitely. I can’t, yeah,10Well, I mean, you could tie my hands to

  my sides, I suppose, but I have to write. For my own mental health, I need to write.

  Part II Vocabulary (10 points)

  Directions: In this part there are ten sentences, each with one word or phrase underlined. Choose

  the one from the four choices marked A, B, C and D that best keeps the meaning of the sentence. Mark your answer on the Answer Sheet.

  11.Such experience helps promote one’s alertness to other cultures, as well as a better appreciation of one’s own culture.

  A. preferenceB. adjustment

  C. sensitivityD. response

  12.If you always try to find fault with others, it means that you have gained another shortcoming.

  A.ignoreB. criticize

  C. impressD. follow

  13.The election will be brought forward to June as so many people are on holiday in July.

  A. prolongedB. adapted

  C. postponedD. advanced

  14.As to the question of refreshments, I should think orange juice and potato chips will be sufficient.

  A. enoughB. abundant

  C. satisfyingD. proper

  15.Watching these kids grow brings me satisfaction that is difficult to surpass.

  A.obtainB. exceed

  C. describeD. forget

  16.The journal published a series of articles that reviewed the prospects for a new era of “genetic 16.

  medicine”.

  A. backgroundB. exploration

  C. surveyD. outlook

  17.If you don’t slow down and take a break, you’ll be burned out very quickly.

  A.distressedB. anxious

  C. exhaustedD. upset

  18.Following our merging with Smith Brothers, the new company will, from now on be known as Smith and Murphy Inc.

  A. cooperationB. meeting

  C. agreementD. combination

  19.Only native-born citizens are eligible for the U.S. Presidency.

  A.requiredB. qualified

  C. selectedD. elected

  20.It was 38 degrees and the air conditioning barely cooled the room.

  A.simplyB. quickly

  C. hardlyD. strongly

  Part III Reading Comprehension (25 points)

  Section A

  Directions: In this section, there are four passages followed by questions or unfinished statements,

  each with four suggested answers A, B, C and D. Choose the best answer and mark your answer on the Answer Sheet.

  Passage One

  What did you study at university? If it was something along the lines of law or business, you might want to look away now. That's because according to new research, which has found a link between our university subjects and our personalities, you have selfish, uncooperative tendencies and are not very in touch with your feelings. On the plus side, you're probably the life and soul of a party, the findings suggest.

  Researchers analyzed data from more than 13,000 university students who were involved in 12 separate studies. From this, they discovered a correlation between the “Big Five” major personality traits and the subjects they were enrolled on.

  For example, those studying law, economics, political science and medicine tended to be much more outgoing than those taking other subjects, the study found. But when it came to “agreeableness” -- the tendency towards being helpful, generous and considerate -- the lawyers scored particularly low, as did business and economics students.

  Arts and humanities students, as well as those studying psychology and politics scored highly for openness, meaning they were curious, imaginative and in touch with their inner feelings, while economists, engineers, lawyers and scientists scored comparatively low. However, the arts and humanities students also tended to be less conscientious and more nervous, typically exhibiting signs of anxiety and moodiness. Psychology students were not far behind arts and humanities students for these traits.

  Study author Anna Vedel, from the University of Aarhus in Denmark, said she was surprised by the magnitude of the results. “The effect sizes show that the differences found are not trivial, far from,” she said. “On the more humorous side they do confirm our more or less prejudicial stereotypes of the disturbed psychologist, the withdrawn natural scientist, the cynical economist.”

  And she said that the findings could help those school pupils who currently have no idea what to study at university, as well as helping academics to plan their lectures. “I’m not arguing that these results should play a major role in either guidance or selection, but it might provide some inspiration for students that are in doubt about study choices and want to make a choice based on more than abilities, for example,” said Dr Vedel. “Or teachers might better understand their student population.”

  21.The first paragraph implies that law or business students may _______.

  A.be amused by the research

  B.be interested in the research

  C.dislike the research

  D.enjoy the research

  22.According to the research, law students scored particularly low in the trait of _______.

  A. generosityB. opennessC. anxiety D. selfishness

  23. The word “conscientious” (Para. 4) probably means “________”.

  A. moodyB. sensitiveC. curiousD. careful

  24.Anna Vedel stated that the research _______.

  A. confirmed the link between personality and profession

  B.showed that the differences were far from significant

  C.was not reliable because of its prejudicial observation

  D.did not have enough samples to support its findings

  25.According to Anna Vedel, the research may help ______.

  A.students make wise choices in finding jobs

  B.teachers understand their students better

  C.students make presentations more academically

  D.school pupils go to better universities

  Passage Two

  AlphaGo’s victory over Go( 围棋 )champion Lee Se-dol reportedly shocked artificial intelligence experts, who thought such an event was 10 to 15 years away. But if the timing was a surprise, the outcome was not. On the contrary, it was inevitable and entirely foreseeable.

  Playing complex games is precisely what computers do supremely well. Just as they beat the world champions at checkers(跳棋)and then chess, they were destined to beat the champion at Go. Yet I don’t believe, as some do, that human defeats like this one presage an era of mass unemployment in which awesomely able computers leave most of us with nothing to do. Advancing technology will profoundly change the nature of high-value human skills and that is threatening, but we aren’t doomed.

  The skills of deep human interaction, the abilities to manage the exchanges that occur only between people, will only become more valuable. Three of these skills stand out: The first, the foundation of the rest, is empathy, which is more than just feeling someone else’s pain. It’s the ability to perceive what another person is thinking or feeling, and to respond in an appropriate way.

  The second is creative problem-solving in groups. Research on group effectiveness shows that the key isn’t team cohesion or motivation or even the smartest member’s IQ; rather, it’s the social sensitivity of the members, their ability to read one another and keep anyone from dominating.

  The third critical ability, somewhat surprisingly, is storytelling, which has not traditionally been valued by organizations. Charts, graphs and data analysis will continue to be important, but that’s exactly what technology does so well. To change people’s minds or inspire them to act, tell them a story.

  These skills, though basic to our humanity, are fundamentally different from the skills that have been the basis of economic progress for most of human history, logic, knowledge and analysis, which we learned from textbooks and in classrooms. By contrast, the skills of deep human interaction address the often irrational reality of how human beings behave, and we find them not in textbooks but inside ourselves. As computers master ever more complexity, that’s where we’ll find the source of our continued value.

  26. According to the author, AlphaGo’s victory_____.

  A.could have happened earlier

  B.came as a pleasant surprise

  C.was an expected result

  D.was more a matter of luck

  27.The word “presage”(Para. 2) is closest in meaning to“ _____”.

  A. surviveB. sufferC. inventD. predict

  28.What is the author’s attitude towards the human future in the face of technology?

  A.UnclearB. ConfusedC. WorriedD. Optimistic

  29.Which of the following is the most fundamental to human interaction?

  A. Social sensitivity of group members to understand each other.

  B.Strong ability to share people’s feelings and respond.

  C.Team spirit to make sure that everyone is involved.

  D.Inspirational storytelling to motivate people to act.

  30.According to the author, the skills of deep human interaction .

  A.are the source of true human values in the future

  B.can work with knowledge to make the world better

  C.are similar to the skills of human logic and analysis

  D.can be learned from textbooks and in classrooms

  Passage Three

  Last year, I went WWOOFing (Willing Workers on Organic Farms) at a beautiful organic farm in La Réunion. With WWOOFing, volunteers exchange their time and work for food and accommodation. I slept in a cabin in the woods with hedgehogs(刺猬) digging about in the bushes, all different coloured birds singing in the morning and endless rows of palm trees offering shade from the sun.

  For me, one of the best ways to get to know a new place is to work with the land, live with the locals and share meals together. This is why I absolutely love WWOOFing. It has got to be one of the best ways to travel. It is a mutually beneficial exchange where everyone involved prioritises people and environment above profit. You get the time and space to deepen a connection with local communities and nature.

  There is a lot to learn and each farm has its own unique way of doing things, depending on the environment, climate and soil. At the farm in La Réunion we planted palm trees to harvest the core of the trunk which can be eaten in salads. Before staying with the farm I had only eaten heart of palm from cans which were nothing in comparison to the real thing, fresh from the ground. When potting up the very beginnings of the palm trees, I felt grateful to be a part of the start of the trees' cycle. I was filled with awe that something so small could grow into something so big and strong.

  We also did lots of weeding, which helped me to get to know all kinds of different plants, to be able to identify which ones we could use as herbs/medicine/in salads and which were seen as uneatable. I also got to harvest pineapples and guava fruit(番石榴) to make jams which will be sold at the local market.

  Of course, not everyone is able to travel far away into the field. The great thing about the skill-share philosophy behind WWOOFing is that it’s something we can all do from our own backyard. The focus shifts from money to how we can best support each other in our communities.

  A fair exchange can make a big difference in the world.

  31.WWOOFing enables volunteers to ________.

  A.get food and shelter for their work

  B.travel around La Réunion for free

  C.tell the differences between various birds

  D.have close contact with wild animals

  32.The author found his farm life in La Réunion quite ______

  A. awfulB. rewardingC. comfortableD. difficult

  33.The author did all of the following on the organic farm EXCEPT _______.

  A.removing weeds

  B.planting palm trees

  C.harvesting fruits

  D.collecting vegetables

  34.The philosophy of WWOOFing is to _______

  A.improve local environment

  B.make locals live better

  C.unite different communities

  D.advocate a fair exchange

  35.This passage is mainly about _____A. the development of WWOOFing

  B.a local WWOOFing community

  C.a charming WWOOFing experience

  D.the system of WWOOFing

  Passage Four

  Experts say distracted walking is a growing problem, as people of all ages become more dependent on electronic devices for personal and professional matters. They also note pedestrian deaths have been rising in recent years. In 2005, 11% of all US deaths involved pedestrians, but that number rose to 15% in 2014.

  The rise in deaths coincides with states introducing bills that target pedestrians. Some states, such as Hawaii, Arkansas, Illinois, Nevada and New York, continue to introduce legislation every year.

  The measure recently introduced by New Jersey assembly woman Pamela Lampitt would ban walking while texting and prohibit pedestrians on public roads from using electronic communication devices unless they are hands-free. Violators would face fines of up to $50, 15-day imprisonment or both, which is the same penalty as jaywalking(乱穿马路). Half of the fine would be allocated to safety education about the dangers of walking while texting, said Lampit.

  Some see the proposal as an unnecessary government overreach, while others say they understand Lampitt's reasoning. But most agree that people need to be made aware of the issue. "Distracted pedestrians, like distracted drivers, present a potential danger to themselves and drivers on the road," Lampitt said. "An individual crossing the road distracted by their smartphone presents just as much danger to motorists as someone jaywalking and should be held, at minimum, to the same penalty."

  The main question raised about the measure, though, is whether it can be enforced consistently by police officers who usually have more pressing matters to deal with. Some feel that rather than imposing a new law, the state should focus on distracted-walking education. Lampitt said the measure is needed to stop and penalize "risky behavior." She cited a National Safety Council report that showed distracted-walking incidents involving cellphones accounted for an estimated 11,101 injuries from 2000 through 2011.

  The study found a majority of those injured were female and most were 40 or younger. Talking on the phone was the most prevalent activity at the time of injury, while texting accounted for 12%. Nearly 80% of the injuries occurred as the result of a fall, while 9% occurred from the pedestrian striking a motionless object.

  36.This passage is mainly concerned with _____

  A.the difficulty in enforcing road regulations

  B.rising deaths caused by distracted walking

  C.the dangers of jaywalking on busy streets

  D.distracted walking involving smartphones

  37.The states introducing bills that target pedestrians ________.

  A.have benefited from the bills

  B.find it hard to carry them out

  C.have been promoting the legislation

  D.will have fewer deaths of pedestrians

  38.According to the measure proposed by Lampitt, walking while texting would ______.

  A.become illegal

  B.involve safety education

  C.be blamed publicly

  D.incur a fine of over $50

  39.Lampitt reasons that distracted pedestrians are as dangerous as ________.

  A.motorists

  B.speeding drivers

  C.jaywalkers

  D.drunk drivers

  40.Which of the following would the author of the passage most probably agree with?

  A. Males are more vulnerable to distracted-walking injures.

  B.Police officers are unhappy with the proposed law.

  C.Safety education is more important than penalty.

  D.Rising distracted-walking incidents call for real attention.

  Section B

  Directions: In this section, you are required to read one quoted blog and the comments on it. The blog and comments are followed by questions or unfinished statements, each with four suggested answer A, B, C and D. Choose the best answer and mark your answer on the Answer Sheet.

  The saying “Clothes Make the Man” dates back some 400 years and it refers to the fact that when people see a well-dressed person, they assume that person is a professional, capable, and (especially in the old days) rich. Therefore, you had to dress like how you wanted to be perceived, what you wanted to eventually achieve. Fast forward 400 years, lots of folks still think the same way. But does it really make a difference?

  I happen to be one of those who do not put faith in the old saying. I suppose I might be in the minority but I am a member of an elite club with the likes of Steve Jobs and Bill Gates in my camp.

  Perception is not reality; perception is halfway to discovering reality. Perception is drawn from our own impressions, our own belief systems. Is it powerful and influential? Absolutely! Is it all that it seems? Less often than you think. How many times have you cast an initial judgment only to surprise yourself later and learn how you missed out on a great opportunity, person or idea?

  Comment 1

  In the present era, many associate the well-dressed with being the most successful. It took folks in the business world a long time to overlook the way Steve Jobs wore jeans on the public stage. I did not know Mr. Jobs, though I wish I had. I have heard it said that he invented the concept of “business casual.” In my mind that is as much a matter of self-confidence as it is a matter of taste in clothing.

  Comment 2

  You are wrong about Steve Jobs. He certainly did care about how he was perceived and his appearance was very much calculated to achieve his desired effect. From his early formal business clothing down to the aggressive casualness of his eventual black turtle neck and jeans uniform, his clothes and the impact they made were clearly foremost in his mind.

  Comment 3

  It reminds me of the story about the philosopher who goes to a formal dinner party in jeans. When asked if he felt out of place because of his clothes, he looked around and said he hadn’t noticed.

  41.Which of the following might the writer of the passage agree with?

  A. Steve Jobs and Bill Gates dress formally.

  B.We should not judge a person by his clothing.

  C.It is clothes that make the man.

  D.The well-dressed are most likely to succeed.

  42.According to the writer of the passage, perception ______.

  A.might prove wrong

  B.is powerful and reliable

  C.is half reality

  D.might be worthless to us

  43.The writer of Comment 1 seems to ______.

  A.dislike the way Steve Jobs dressed for business occasions

  B.suggest that business people have no taste in clothing

  C.believe that the well-dressed are the most successful

  D. think that Steve Jobs’ casualness reflected his self-confidence

  44.Speaking of Steve Jobs, the writer of Comment 2 ________.

  A.points out that Steve Jobs was a very aggressive person

  B.suggests that he and Steve Jobs used to be in the same club

  C.holds the same view as the writer of the passage

  D.thinks Steve Jobs’ casualness was carefully thought out

  45.When he went to the dinner party in jeans (Comment 3), the philosopher _______

  A.thought that people liked his clothes

  B.was not aware of how his clothes looked

  C.felt quite embarrassed

  D.considered himself out of place

  Part IV Cloze (10 points)

  Directions: In this part, there is a passage with ten blanks. For each blank there are four choices

  marked A, B, C, and D. Choose the best answer for each blank and mark your answer on the Answer Sheet.

  The history of transportation is very long and full of changes and inventions. It starts ___46__ walking, which is not any invention; it just takes energy. People used to walk to get to other places. If you wanted to get somewhere quickly, the __47___way to do that was to run . Actually, the first invention for the transportation __48__ was the shoe. Centuries ago there were no shoes, and people walked barefoot.

  Then people invented ___49__ to transport themselves and materials from one place to another. In some cultures, people invented sledges(雪橇), ___50__ are a kind of board that you drag along the ground. You can tie things on the sledges to help carry them, but it’s a challenging invention ___51__ if you hit a rock with the sledges as you pull it, the contents can ___52___. In other cultures, people invented the wheels, which they used to make it easier to move things---and people. That was the beginning of many innovations in transportation.

  ___53___ people had wheels they could invent other ways to travel. They could put the wheels on a board and make it a wagon, and then they could ___54__ that wagon to an ox or a horse and ride as well as carry materials. That wheel led to __55___ we have today: trucks, automobiles, and even boats and planes. For example, there were steamboats that used giant wheels that turned with blades, pushing the water and pushing the boat forward.

  A. onB. atC. forD. with

  A. possibleB. onlyC. oneD. just

  A. probablyB. luckilyC. reallyD. formerly

  49.A. methodsB. channelsC. waysD. measures

  50.A. whatB. whenC. whereD. which

  51.A. unlessB. butC. evenD. since

  52.A. pull outB. slip offC. hold downD. put down

  53.A. OnceB. ThenC. HoweverD. Yet

  54.A. stickB. makeC. fastenD. change

  55.A. whatB. thatC. whichD. how

  Part V Text Completion(20 points)

  Directions: In this part, there are three incomplete texts with 20 questions (Ranging from 56 to 75).Above each text there are three or four phrases to be completed .First, use the choices provided in the box to complete the phrases. Second, use the completed phrases to fill in the blanks of the text. Mark your answer on the Answer Sheet.

  Text One

  A.many

  B.choose

  C.think of

  D. ways of

  Phrases:

  A.56only one language

  B.57any reason not to

  C.in58different ways

  D.the most boring59seeing the world

  I think every language has a certain way of seeing the world. Each is a whole different world – a whole different mindsets. I couldn’t possibly60because it would mean really giving up the possibility to be able to see the world. So the monolingual lifestyle, for me, is the saddest, the loneliest,62. There are so many advantages of learning a language; I really can’t63.

  Text Two

  A.known

  B.idea

  C.feel

  Phrases:

  A.but it may64like forever

  B.a person may have no65what is wrong

  C.what is66as panic disorder

  A panic attack is a sudden feeling of terror. Usually it does not last long, __67__. The cause can be something as normally uneventful at driving over a bridge or flying in an airplane. And it can happen even if the person has driven over many bridges or flown many times before. A fast heartbeat. Sweaty hands. Difficulty breathing. A lightheaded feeling. At first __68___. But these can all be signs of ___69____. The first appearance usually is between the ages of eighteen and twenty-four. 1n some cases it develops after a tragedy. Like the death of a loved one, or some other difficult situation.

  Text Three

  A.lights

  B.protect

  C. in the dark

  Phrases:

  A.sit at home70

  B.turn off all non-essential71

  C.passed a law to

  I’m a big fan of trying to save the environment, and this month is the WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) annual Earth Hour. Earth Hour is an event where you 73 and power between 8-9 pm, things like your TV and computer. However, you don’t just 74 for an hour. Instead, people gather in groups and have fun without using power. Things like dancing, fireworks and musical performances are popular and it’s very fun to take part. Earth Hour isn’t just about saving energy; people involved in Earth Hour have also planted a forest in Uganda, built75

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  • 答:中国人民大学文化艺术策划与管理在职研究生课程师资队伍以中国人民大学教师为主导的专家、学者、教授组成,不定期邀请文化产业政策研究专家、著名文化艺术策划专家、品牌营销专家、影视导演制片人;出版和 传媒界专家、演艺界名人、文化创意产业和艺术产品生产人及相关产业的专家进行艺术指导、讲座,为学员创造理论与实践相结合的教学模式。
  • 答:中国人民大学跨媒介(新媒体)艺术研究在职研究生课程既有新媒体艺术的理论课程,又有国内外创意实现价值的成功案例;既有传统的课堂教学,又有思想碰撞式的经验交流;既有国内外新媒体最新理论研究,又有针对学员实际工作的热点、难点的咨询答疑。 中国人民大学跨媒介(新媒体)艺术研究课程的师资队伍以中国人民大学教师为主导的专家、学者、教授组成,不定期邀请邀请国内著名院校、学者、专家、教授进行艺术指导、讲座,为学员创造理论与实践相结合的教学模式。
  • 答:中国人民大学油画专业在职研究生课程受教育背景,符合下列条件之一者:1大学本科毕业,并获得学士学位; 2大专学历,旨在提高本人业务素质,也可参加研修班课程的学习。 中国人民大学油画专业师资队伍以中国人民大学教师为主导的专家、学者、教授组成,不定期邀请中央美院等国内著名院校、中国书法家协会、中国美术家协会、中国画院等以及国外学术机构的学者、专家、教授进行学术指导、讲座。为学员创造理论与实践相结合的教育教学模式。
  • 答:中国人民大学动画(漫)研究方向在职研究生课程极具针对性与系统性的课程体系,注重前沿型与基础型、创新型与实用型并举,全面提升学生的文化素养及创作能力。广泛采取互动式案例教学,进行实战分析,使学生切实做到融会贯通,学以致用。推动中国动漫产业向原创化、专业化、国际化、精品化方向发展,努力赶超世界一流水平。培养具有一定人文底蕴,既懂专业技术,又懂市场运营管理的动画产业领域高级复合型原创人才是人大的培养目标。
  • 答:目前对外经济贸易大学金融学院开设了金融风险管理与数量经济专业在职研究生课程。对外经贸大学在原中国金融学院金融系、工商管理系、国际经济系基础上组建成立金融学院。学院秉承两校特色,具备专业化程度强,国际化程度高的特点,并与金融业界保持广泛而紧密的联系。学院的建设目标是打造国内一流、国际知名的中国金融教育和研究平台。金融学硕士和金融专硕两个硕士专业,在本科层次设立CFA、FRM、量化金融等特色专业方向,形成了相互支撑、优势互补的金融学科群,并已形成完备的本科-硕士-博士-博士后人才培养体系。
  • 答:对外经济贸易大学在职研究生课程各个方向均开设有全国课程班,具体的专业可以直接留联系方式进行咨询。对外经济贸易大学致力于塑造高素质、创新性、国际化的高级金融专业人才,注重学生学术能力和应用能力培养,打造“新一代银行家摇篮”的品牌。毕业生综合素质高,连续多年毕业生就业层次、就业率实现双高,主要分布在金融系统、外资企业、国家机关等领域。
  • 答:对外经济贸易大学国际金融与投融资在职研究生考试大纲是外语和专业课综合。具体的考试科目较多不方便一次说完,可以留下联系方式进行咨询。 对外经济贸易大学在职研究生毕业的校友遍布各个行业包括银行、证券、基金管理、保险、信托、期货、资产管理高新技术、投资、贸易等多个领域。学院通过组织丰富多彩的活动打造校友终身交流和学习的平台,加深彼此的了解,增加行业间的合作机会。
  • 答:中国人民大学在职研究生课程班的上课时间一般是业余时间上课,周末授课或者寒暑期集中授课。中国人民大学视觉艺术设计课程必修课板块中的具体专业课包括:版面设计研究、字体设计应用研究、影像艺术研究、品牌形象设计研究、广告创意与表现、出版物整体设计研究、论文写作、包装创意设计研究、中国美学与传统文化、视觉文化研究、美学研究、摄影艺术研究、设计定位研究、数字艺术与媒体设计、动漫艺术研究等。
  • 答:中国人民大学社会与人口学院人力资源管理在职研究生课程班遵守法律、法规;优秀业务骨干;身体健康,并能坚持在职学习者;各级党委城市主管部门、组织部门、宣传部门、人事部门、民政部门;各街道办事处、社区居委会;有意于从事社会工作的社会各界精英人士。各企业领导及人力资源管理部主管等等都可以报名。
  • 答:中国人民大学社会工作在职研究生课程班期间采取理论与实践相结合、课堂讲授与自学相结合的方法。考核采用撰写课程论文或随堂考核的方式,及格成绩为60分。 中国人民大学社会工作方向通过对主干学科—社会学的学习,培养具有基本的社会工作理论和知识,较熟练的社会调查研究技能和社会工作能力,能在民政、劳动、杜会保障和卫生部门,及工会、青年、妇女等社会组织及其他社会福利、服务和公益团体等机构从事社会保障、社会政策研究、社会行政管理、社区发展与管理、社会服务、评估与操作等工作的高级专门人才。
  • 答:中国人民大学社会心理学在职研究生课程是心理学和社会学之间的一门边缘学科,受到来自两个学科的影响。是研究个体和群体的社会心理现象的心理学分支,它揭示机能的心里,丰富我们社会的灵魂。社会心理学在社会背景中,通过探究染和环境如何相互作用而产生有意义的思想、感情和行为,社会心理学家帮助编制出丰富多彩的人性锦织,结合我们的研究智慧,投入到人际关系、应用管理等实际运用中,使我们终身受益。
  • 答:中国人民大学管理社会学在职研究生课程适合党政军机关、科教文卫体及大型行政部门从事高层公共管理工作者学习研究,通过运用社会科学、管理科学方法掌握综合协调管理能力,借鉴吸收许多发达国家行政管理人才培养的成功经验,培养具有坚定正确的政治方向,良好的思想道德修养,能够从事政策分析研究、管理规划研究、组织与人事管理、行政立法和执法、行政监督、机关事务管理等行政管理工作的高级专门人才。
  • 答:中国人民大学房地产估价在职研究生课程班是公共管理学院下设的课程,它是国家级重点学科,是全国唯一房地产经济与管理专业硕士点,能提供从本科生到博士生完善的教学、培养服务,是国内培养房地产人才的核心基地。 中国人民大学公共管理学院是中国人民大学四大学院之一,硕士、博士开设专业最多、涉及领域最广、师资力量最强,为了能够真正做到“培养21世纪高质量的青年人才”,公管 学院率先推广公开式教学。
  • 答:中国人民大学房地产专业在职研究生课程班适合城市规划管理部门、城市交通部门、市政工程部门、规划院、城市规划编研中心、咨询公司、大型国有企业或房地产开发等部门从事相关工作,并能参与城市社会与经济发展规划、区域规划、城市开发、房地产筹划以及相关政策法规研究等方面工作的复合型高级人才。 中国人民大学公共管理学院城市规划与管理系建立了中国最早的城市规划管理专业硕士点。经过长期的建设与发展,已经形成年轻而富有活力和创新能力的学术团队,形成了将国际前沿理论与中国城市发展规划管理实践相结合的教学体系和研究架构。
  • 答:中国人民大学房地产经济与管理专业在职研究生课程班的主要研究方向包括:房地产经济、住房政策分析、房地产市场研究、房地产估价、房地产金融与投资。该专业是国家级重点学科,是全国唯一房地产经济与管理专业硕士点,能提供从本科生到博士生完善的教学、培养服务,是国内培养房地产人才的核心基地。
  • 答:对外经贸大学在职硕士同等学力人员申请硕士学位工作从提出申请、课程管理、考试管理至学位授予管理的全过程信息纳入全国统一信息平台进行管理,在职课程不属于学历教育,所以没有毕业证书,硕士学位证书是授予给具有研究生毕业同等学力人员硕士学位工作是中国特色学位授予体系的重要组成部分和高层次人才培养的重要渠道。
  • 答:经过对外经济贸易大学非全日制研究生统考的考生有学历证书,也就是常说的毕业证书。对外经贸大学公司金融与投融资专业在职研究生是对外经贸大学同等学力申硕课程,不属于学历教育,对外经济贸易大学发布接受同等学力申请硕士学位的学科专业信息,公司金融与投融资专业在职研究生通过信息平台向社会发布本单位接受同等学力人员申请硕士学位的学科专业信息,以及培养方案、课程考试成绩有效期、全国统考成绩有效期等信息。最终可获得结业证书。
  • 答:对外经济贸易大学资产管理与量化投资在深圳也有这些专业,目前 深圳开设了金融工程与风险管理专业,金融理财与投资分析专业、金融投资与证券实务专业、注册信贷分析师专业,银行风险与监管国际证书专业,金融理财师专业,特许金融分析师专业,财务与金融专业,量化投资专业,互联网金融专业,资本市场与投融资专业,公司金融与投融资专业等课程。
  • 答:对外经济贸易大学注册国际投资分析师在职研究生课程现在开设了远程班,注册信贷分析师(Certified Credit Risk Analyst)简称CCRA,是ISOFP推出的全球权威的银行信贷专业认证资格。国际金融专业人士协会(美国)(ISOFP)是一个非营利性组织,ISOFP的使命是为金融行业的专业人士提供高水准、 国际一流的培训及资格认证。 对外经贸大学雄厚的金融学科教学力量,以学习理论知识和提高实践能力为目标。学位基础课程重点掌握金融学专业理论知识,应对国家申硕考试
  • 答:攻读对外经济贸易大学金融企业理财顾问师在职研究生课程的同学可以 收获高度实用性和可操作性的知识体系。 金融企业理财顾问师在职研究生课程既可以满足学员获得CFC国际职业资格认证需求,又在此基础上可以进一步申请对外经贸大学研究生经济学硕士学位,成为复合应用型理财顾问人才。 同学在完成上述课程学习同时,学院会邀请政府和业内知名专家举办系列经济金融政策分析、金融监管、国际金融市场投资、投融资分析、风险管理等方面专题讲座,直接面对面交流学习。
  • 答:目前对外经济贸易大学应用金融与投资专业在职研究生课程在全国多个地方开设相关课程,深圳也有授课点。应用金融与投资专业在职研究生课程培养学生运用当代经济学金融投资前沿可操作性理论,结合经济规律与当前投资市场的发展,熟练地掌握现代金融投资及理财操作方法,为学员在实际操作中提供坚实的理论依据。
  • 答:今年本科毕业,没有学术学位可以报考对外经济贸易大学金融理财与投资分析在职课程研修班学习。参加金融理财与投资分析专业的学习只要满足从事社会工作三年以上的大专学历的同学。大学本科毕业三年,并获得学士学位,可申请经济学硕士学位。
  • 答:对外经济贸易大学经济决策在职研究生两个专业同时读有可能会占用同学大量的时间,但是如果自己想同时读两个专业,可以详细咨询院校老师,经过学校同意以后再学习。对外经贸大学课程现在可以报名,具体报名细节留言咨询。
  • 答:对外经济贸易大学资本运营与投融资课程在山东有面授班教学点,依托对外经济贸易大学在该领域特有的专业学科优势,从战略层面把握投融资理论与实践,熟悉并掌握公司治理、资本运营、与国内外资本市场运作手段等方面,探讨企业投资与融资的理论与实务,培养一批具有全球战略眼光,现代化、国际化的高级应用性管理人才,对企业、政府的金融决策有所助益。
  • 答:对外经济贸易大学奢侈品管理在职研究生报名流程 具备同等学力申硕的条件以后,可以先参加研修班学习,直接向院校老师申请,到学校现场填写报名表。提供本人身份证原件与复印件一份、最高学历和学位证书原件与复印件一份,提交1寸免冠照片3张,交付报名费200元;学校对报名人员进行初步资格审查合格后,发放录取通知书。
  • 答:在职研究生申硕所参加的研究生进修班均是具备相应资质、师资力量强的高校,提供的教学方式也和全日制硕士研究生等同。同时,能够通过全国统一的同等学力考试,也说明了在职申硕教育的含金量。  中国人民大学是一所以人文社会科学为主的综合性研究型全国重点大学,直属于教育部,由教育部与北京市共建。中国人民大学早已形成以本科教育为基础、研究生教育为重点、继续教育为辅助的全方位、多层次的办学格局,形成了“主干的文科、精干的理工科”的学科发展体系。学校是我国首批设立研究生院的高校之一。
  • 答:在职研究生课程学习的上课时间安排:学制2年。进修期间采取理论与实践相结合、课堂讲授与自学相结合的方式。上课时间一般为隔周周六日,每次2天。为学员指定教材,规定必读及参考书目,以利于自学。学士学位满三年可以参加每年的五月份同等学力全国申硕考试,考试通过后再进行论文写作,论文答辩等欢迎,毕业后可以获得硕士学位证书。
  • 答:中国人民大学国际政治在职研究生课程班采取理论与实践相结合、课堂讲授与自学相结合的方式。上课时间为周六、周日。为学员指定教材,规定必读及参考书目,以利于自学。每门课程进行考试或考核。完成研修班规定的学习项目并通过考试者,经中国人民大学研究生院审核合格,发给结业证书。 中国人民大学国际关系学院的前身,是新中国最早建立的三大国际政治系之一,是国内有关国家治理、国际事务和外交政策研究的顶尖学术机构,也是培养高层次决策和管理人才的摇篮。
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