Analysis on the Juris Master Education Characteristics in Local Engineering Colleges

LI Yanping, LIU Jisheng


Local engineering colleges assimilate and learn theJM’s education platform from the traditional politicallaw schools or comprehensive colleges in many aspects.Hence, this has led to these universities resembling eachother in the size of the subject development orientation,education mode and so forth. However, since localengineering colleges are different from these politicallaw schools and comprehensive colleges in the respectof teaching staff construction, academic atmosphere,resources and capital investment, it is safe to say that localengineering universities will not follow suit. With its richengineering resources, it is highly advisable that exploringa new mode of legal master development is the right wayout for local engineering colleges.

Key words: Local engineering; Juris master;Characteristic training


Local engineering; Juris master; Characteristic training

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