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Innovation and Development of Private Higher Education Discipline Construction Structure

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Zhongzhong Dou

1Publicity Department of the Party Committee, Wuxi Taihu College, Wuxi, Jiangsu, China.

2Northeast Forestry University, Harbin, Heilongjiang, China.

*Corresponding author:Zhongzhong Dou

Published: January 15,2024

Abstract

In the context of the current era, China's rapid socio-economic development has put forward new requirements for talent. As an important component of China's education industry, private universities bear the important responsibility and obligation of talent cultivation. After years of development and innovation, the number and scale of private schools in China have been continuously increasing, and the level of education and service quality are also constantly improving. However, for private universities, disciplinary construction is an important pre-requisite for promoting their own development. Only through reasonable disciplinary construction, effective development and innovation of disciplines, and good results can private universities achieve sustainable development in the new era. However, the disciplinary construction structure of private universities in China is still constrained by various factors in the innovation process: disciplinary direction construction, disciplinary team construction, talent cultivation construction, disciplinary base construction, etc., which is not conducive to the disciplinary construction of private universities and promotes their sustainable and healthy development. Based on this, the article analyzes the innovation and development status of the discipline construction structure in private universities. It proposes targeted opinions and suggestions, providing reference for the innovation and development of the discipline construction structure in private universities.

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How to cite this paper

Innovation and Development of Private Higher Education Discipline Construction Structure

How to cite this paper: Zhongzhong Dou. (2023) Innovation and Development of Private Higher Education Discipline Construction StructureJournal of Humanities, Arts and Social Science7(12), 2508-2513.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/jhass.2023.12.021