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Degree Programs at North-Caucasus Federal University for 2021/2022
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01.03.01. Mathematics and Computer Science

Profiles:

  • Computing, software, information systems and computer technologies
  • Data analysis and artificial intelligence

The professional activity of a graduate of the training area "Mathematics and Computer Science" is aimed at development and application of mathematical and algorithmic methods to solving problems in the field of mathematical and computer modeling of various systems (physical, technical, economic, etc.), as well as at development of software systems and complexes for solving applied research problems.


01.03.02 Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

Profile:

  • Computational mathematics and mathematical modeling

The training here is aimed at raising experts in the field of applied mathematics, programming, information and communication technologies, computer systems and networks. Our graduates combine a profound mathematical education with the ability to apply it to modeling and research in relation to a wide variety of processes based on computational mathematics and new cybernetic approaches.


09.03.01 Information Science and Computing

Profile:

  • Software for computing and automated systems

This is an area of training related to computers, information systems and networks, automated information processing and control systems, computer-aided design systems and information support for products, software development for automated systems. The training area has many training profiles suggesting specialization in certain aspects of information systems, technologies, taking into account industry specifics.


09.03.02 Information systems and technologies

Profile:

  • Applied programming in information systems

This training area relates to information processes, technologies, systems and networks, their instrumental (software, technical, organizational) support, ways and methods of design, production and operation of information technologies and systems. Graduates are engaged in research, development, implementation and maintenance of various information technologies and systems. Depending on the profile of study (specialization), graduates apply their knowledge in the following areas: mechanical engineering, instrument engineering, science, technology, education, medicine, administration, jurisprudence, business, entrepreneurship, commerce, management, banking systems, information systems security, technological processes management, mechanics, technical physics, energy, nuclear energy, power electronics, metallurgy, construction and others.


09.03.03 Applied Information Science

Profile:

  • Applied Information Science in Economics

This area of training relates to system analysis, formalization of solutions to tasks and processes of information systems, development of requirements for creation and development of information systems and its components, feasibility study of design solutions, development and implementation of projects for automation and informatization of applied processes and creation of information systems in applied areas.


09.03.04 Software Engineering

Profile:

  • Software development and maintenance

This area provides training for programmers who are ready for industrial production of software for information and computing systems of various purposes. Graduates will be able to carry out activities in management of software product development and maintain software at all stages of its life cycle.

Graduates will learn how to use various programming languages ​​and technologies, develop various software products from industrial information systems and Internet services to computer games and mobile applications.


10.03.01 Information security

Profile:

  • Organization and technology of information protection

Students study development trends of information security, models of possible threats, terminology and basic concepts of information security theory, as well as regulatory documents of Russia on this issue and rules for obtaining appropriate licenses.

Activity of graduates involves collection and analysis of materials from organizations and enterprises for taking measures to ensure information security; search for possible channels of leakage of information representing state, military, official or commercial secrets; assessment of relevance, prospects and significance of design objects; participation in development of new control automation tools, control equipment schemes, information security models and systems and much more.


10.05.01 Computer security

Profile:

  • Information-analytical and technical expertise of computer systems

Students study programming languages, basics of computer security, cryptographic methods of protecting information, network administration, technical means and methods of protecting information, algorithms for coding and compressing information, analysis of software vulnerabilities.

Graduates can develop and apply methods, means of protection, control software creation processes, analyze protection of computer systems against viruses. Specialists work in government and local authorities, in industrial enterprises, financial institutions, banks and other institutions.


10.05.02 Information security of telecommunication systems

Profile:

  • Technical protection of information in information and telecommunication systems

Students study basics of information security, electronics and circuitry, programming methods, hardware of telecommunication systems, modeling of telecommunication systems and networks, wireless communication systems and their security, information technology.

Graduates can evaluate effectiveness of information protection systems in telecommunication systems, build effective models of signals, interference and communication channels, design secure information and telecommunication systems. Specialists work in commercial banks, government agencies, including power structures, security departments in various organizations with different forms of ownership.


10.05.03 Information security of automated systems

Profile:

  • Development of automated systems in a protected design

Students study security of operating systems, security of computer networks, security of database systems, cryptographic methods for protecting information, organization of computers and computing systems, networks and systems of information transmission, technical protection of information, programming technologies and methods, electronics and circuitry, programming languages.

Graduates will be able to assess information security risks in an automated system, collect and analyze initial data for design of secure information technologies, and develop secure automated systems. Specialists work in banks and other financial organizations, government bodies, power structures, customs, tax authorities, media, industrial and trade enterprises.


11.03.02 Infocommunication technologies and communication systems

Profile:

  • Infocommunication systems and networks

This training area relates to preparation of specialists in telecommunications and communications, who are able to introduce and master innovative equipment for infocommunication systems, modernize individual devices and blocks of infocommunication systems. They are proficient in methods and algorithms for analysis of infocommunication processes and objects, can carry out mathematical modeling of infocommunication processes, objects and networks on the basis of both standard computer-aided design and research packages and independently created original programs.

Graduates will be able to develop and operate communication networks and systems, multichannel telecommunication systems.


11.03.04 Electronics and Nanoelectronics

Profile

  • Industrial electronics

This is a direction that implies a combination of basic training in disciplines like physics, mathematics, computer science with special training in the field of computer and measurement technologies in tool building and the creation of information and measurement systems. The graduate’s professional activity includes a set of tools, methods and techniques aimed at theoretical and experimental research in the field of nanoelectronics, developing new technologies, computer and mathematical modeling, design, engineering, production technology, operation of materials, components, devices, installations of plasma, microwave, solid-state, optical, micro - and nanoelectronics of various functional purposes.

03.03.02 Physics

Profiles:

  • Fundamental and applied physics
  • Physics of Earth and space

As part of their training, students study all types of physical phenomena and processes, learn and practise physical research methods, systematise and analyse data using modern technology. They also master and implement new methods for processing structures and materials, practise environmental management techniques, prepare and deliver training sessions in general education institutions, write and publish scientific articles.


05.03.02 Geography

Profiles:

  • Territorial planning of socio-economic activities
  • Landscape analytics of land development

This training area involves the study of the Earth's geographical environment - the sphere of interpenetration and interaction between the lithosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere, biosphere and noosphere, its structure, dynamics, processes of interaction between man and nature. Graduates are in demand by the state committees for land management, nature management, ecology and environmental protection, by major oil companies and industrial enterprises of the country, by the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of the Russian Federation, by the institutions of geodesy and cartography, by tourism companies, by educational institutions and other organisations.


05.03.03 Cartography and geoinformatics

Profile:

  • Geoinformatics

In the course of their studies, students become adept at computer technology and modern electronic geodesic instruments, theory and methods of cartography, geodesy and geoinformatics, and the peculiarities of operating geoinformation systems. They study cartography as well as topography and the geodetic bases of maps. The geography module includes earth science, soil geography, hydrology and geomorphology. Выпускники смогут работать в сфере составления географических карт и геоизображений, а также использования их в разных сферах деятельности. Выпускники умеют применять способы дистанционного зондирования планеты, а также разнообразные технологии геоинформации для изучения окружающей среды.


05.03.06 Ecology and natural resource management

Profile:

  • Natural resource management and environmental protection

The specialty embraces a number of training profiles, which involve specialisation in certain areas of environmental science as well as discipline-specific knowledge. Bachelors in Ecology are in demand in various regions of Russia due to the aggravation of environmental problems, the need to monitor compliance with environmental management rules and laws, legal norms for environmental protection, and environmental education of the population. They are employed by design, research and production structures, including expert offices, centres, firms, companies, institutions dealing with environmental protection, as well as by ministries and departments related to the use of natural resources and health care; by the authorities and administration of the territorial subjects of the Russian Federation and municipal entities.


21.03.02 Land planning and cadastres

Profile:

  • Urban cadastre

Students study metrology, standardisation and certification, geodesy, photogrammetry and remote sensing, economic and mathematical methods and modelling, site engineering. They study physics, ecology, computer science, soil science and geological engineering, while special knowledge is acquired by studying urban planning, land planning, real estate cadastre, legal support for land planning and cadastre. Graduates are employed by both government bodies and commercial firms, mainly in design and construction ones.


28.03.02 Nanoengineering

Profiles:

  • Materials and nanosystems diagnostics in industry
  • Nanotechnology and nanomaterials

Students acquire a basic theoretical knowledge of physics, electronics and engineering, enabling them to specialise in one of the most promising knowledge-intensive fields - nanotechnology. Graduates design components for electronic devices and robotic complexes, develop new materials, and discover the properties of existing materials. They are also involved as team members in the operation and maintenance of technological systems used in the production of nanomaterials and products based on them.

21.03.01 Oil and gas industry

Profiles:

  • Drilling of oil and gas wells
  • Operation and maintenance of oil production facilities
  • Construction and repair of pipeline transport system facilities
  • Operation and maintenance of gas, gas condensate and underground production facilities

Duties of the specialists include repairs, reconstruction and rehabilitation of oil and gas wells located on land and sea, operation and maintenance of technological equipment used in the industry, planning and organisation of work of gangs at wells, control of compliance with industrial safety measures and environmental legislation. Students study continental shelf development, oil and gas field development, drilling fluids, well drilling, fundamentals of economical activities of enterprises, workover and underground repair technology, oil and gas field construction, underground hydromechanics, hydraulic machines and hydropneumatic drive, well reconstruction and rehabilitation. Graduates can work as drillers, drilling supervisors, geologists, mining engineers, offshore oil and gas well repair and operation engineers, oil and petroleum product quality controllers, surveyors, oil and gas production operators, refinery technologists.


21.05.02 Applied geology

Profile:

  • Geology of oil and gas fields

Students study the basics of oil and gas chemistry, chemical composition of oil and methods of analysis, magnetism of rocks and minerals, sources of heat and heat flow of Earth, types of ground water deposits and methods of their study, issues of underground disposal of effluents. Graduates can work in oil and gas companies, academic and departmental research institutes dealing with hydrogeological, engineering-geological and ecological problems, organisations, enterprises and firms involved in the exploration and exploitation of ground water, its protection from depletion and pollution, as well as in organisations carrying out design and survey work in construction.


21.05.03 Geological exploration technology

Profile:

  • Geophysical well survey methods

Specialists are involved in prospecting for minerals using data from exploration drilling and the development of existing deposits, as well as geological analysis of deposits. Students study geology, hydrogeology, exploration geophysics, mathematical modelling, well drilling, geophysical well surveys, basics of topography, mineral deposits, engineering graphics, basics of production management. Graduates can work as geologists, seismic surveyors, mining engineers, technicians or laboratory assistants in geological exploration, mining companies or field-specific research institutes.

08.03.01 Civil Construction Engineering

Profiles

  • Industrial and civil construction engineering
  • Building design
  • Heat & gas supply and ventilation

This specialty has many training profiles depending on the type of construction designed, the part of the project, and even the industry. Regardless of the profile, all students will become experts in engineering graphics, ecology, mechanics, engineering support of construction, basics of architecture, and construction materials. A significant proportion of time will be spent on issues related to ensuring safety. Civil engineers enjoy a lot of demand specialties on the labor market.


13.03.02 Electricity and Electrical Engineering

Profiles

  • Electric power systems and networks
  • Power supply
  • Relay protection and automation in electric power systems

This is where students come to learn how to make calculations and design electric power and electrical systems; to compile operating instructions for equipment and test programs; to commission and pilot-test electric power and electrical equipment; to check the technical status of electric power and electrical equipment; to arrange preventive inspection and maintenance; to calculate, monitor and change the operating modes of equipment at electric power facilities. Graduates can find employment as power engineers, installation technicians, electrical equipment installers and maintenance technicians, etc.


15.03.05 Design & Technology Support for Machinery Building

Profile

  • Machinery Building Technology

This area of training raises experts in advanced production technology, computer design and modeling, as well as industry management and marketing. Students undergo classical design & technology training along with thorough knowledge in the area of advanced technology: computer modeling of production facilities and processes, computer-aided design for technological processes, development of control programs for equipment with numerical control and automated production systems, to further find their employment as engineers for automation of technology, engineers for design and technological support in machinery building industries, engineers for the development of industrial technological processes, design engineers in machinery building, software engineers in mechanical engineering, design engineers of parts, tools, assemblies and mechanisms.


18.03.01 Chemical Technology

Profiles:

  • Chemical technology for synthetic biologically active substances, chemical pharmaceuticals and cosmetics
  • Chemical technology of inorganic products

Specialists know the methods and techniques for obtaining substances and materials through physical, physico-chemical and chemical processes. Students study general chemical technology, processes and machinery of chemical technology, modelling of chemical and technical processes. Graduates work at enterprises of various industries, in laboratories and research centres. They are also in demand in resource processing enterprises, pharmaceutical companies, cosmetics firms. Chemical technologists are in particular demand in the production of finishing and polymeric materials as well as petroleum processing products.


20.03.01 Technosphere Safety

Profile

  • Safety in emergency situations

Apart from reducing the human impact on nature, these specialists are engaged in developing comfortable working conditions thus contributing to maintaining human life and well-being. Our students learn hydro-gas dynamics, engineering graphics, biomedical safety basics, mechanics, technical systems reliability and risk, descriptive geometry, thermophysics, technosphere safety management, electronics and electrical engineering, and this will enable them to find jobs in various areas – from public supervision and management bodies to municipal economy and environmental protection agencies.


23.03.03 Operation of Transport and Technological Machines & Units

Profile

  • Automobiles and automotive industry

You are welcome here to study fundamentals of operating technical systems, technological equipment, hydraulic and pneumatic systems in transport and transport-technological machines and equipment. Our graduates find their jobs in transport engineering, mechanics and car maintenance holding positions of transport and communication engineers, transport service experts and road diagnostics managers – in car dealerships, car service stations, etc.


27.03.01 Standardisation and metrology

Profile:

  • Metrology, standardisation and certification in industry

Students study methods and means of measurement and control, metrology, organisation and technology of tests, basics of product design, basics of technical regulation, basics of production technology. Graduates can work as quality management system auditors, standardisation and certification engineers, product quality controllers, quality managers, quality service technologists, quality directors, metrologists, standardisation, metrology and certification engineers.


07.03.03 Architectural environment design

Profile:

  • Urban environment design

Graduates develop architectural and design ideas to shape the environment of cities and settlements, interior spaces, natural complexes. They create architectural and design projects for the exterior and interior of residential, public and industrial buildings, garden and park ensembles, develop various colouring and lighting options for cities, architectural illumination of buildings and structures and much more.


54.03.01 Design

Profile

  • Graphic design
  • Environment design
  • Industrial design

The list of profiles here is diverse – from designer of landscape, clothing, interior, machinery and equipment, to printing products and much more, while designers’ creative ideas and professional skills will enjoy demand anywhere. Our graduates create and develop design projects, employ information technology to assist them, and, of course, use computer graphics software while designing things to make everyone happy.

37.03.01 Psychology

Profile:

  • Psychological counselling

Students study CNS anatomy and neurophysiology, introduction to clinical psychology, general and personality psychology, zoopsychology, social psychology, ethnopsychology, work psychology, developmental psychology. Graduates are successfully employed in rehabilitation and counselling centres, schools, colleges and universities.


37.03.02 Conflictology

Profile:

  • Conflict management

Students who study in this field gain knowledge of sociology, psychology, management, economics; they study sociological research methods, behavioural models in different situations. Graduates are employed by governmental bodies and institutions involved in conflict and dispute resolution; non-profit organisations involved in alternative conflict resolution and peacebuilding; research organizations dealing with the issues of conflict and peace; primary, secondary, secondary vocational and higher education institutions; human resource management services of enterprises; consulting and marketing companies.


37.05.02 Psychology of Perfomance

Profile:

  • Psychological support for communication in official activity

Specialists provide psychological support for the official activity of personnel and units in the areas of law enforcement, defence, security of human, society and the state, education, social assistance, organization of psychological services for individuals and organizations, and psychological education. The curriculum  includes more than ten different psychological disciplines. Students study the psychological support for official activity, psychological correction and rehabilitation, psychology of stress and stress resistance, psychology of conflict, psychology of communication and negotiation, safety psychology, psychology of crowds and riots, psychology of human resources management. Graduates successfully implement their skills in public service, business, social centres, politics, advertising and public relations. They hold positions as HR managers, coaches, diagnostic psychologists, consultant psychologists, coaching psychologists, social psychologists, legal psychologists, child psychologists.


39.03.01 Sociology

Profiles:

  • Sociology of management
  • Economic sociology

Basis of training is study of classical sociological heritage, modern sociological theories, methodology, methods and organization of experimental research. The study program provides an opportunity to obtain up-to-date knowledge of main branches of sociology, acquire skills of scientific analysis of social processes, know about latest sociological developments and modern social technologies. Sociologists work in sociological services of commercial enterprises and organizations, in state bodies of federal and municipal levels.


39.03.02 Social work

Profile:

  • Management in social work

In their activities social workers are guided by current legislation and professional code of ethics. Students study theory and history of social work, legal support and economic foundations of social work, modern theories of social well-being. Graduates will be able to work in government and self-government bodies responsible for implementation of social policy, development of social programs and creation of social assistance services, as well as in healthcare, education, employment and law enforcement system.


41.03.05 International Relations

Profile:

  • International relations

Here students study Middle East culture, as well as professional communication in the area of international relations (in English), as well as translation in the sphere of political and social activities. Graduates are typically employed in public and private agencies, federal and regional authorities, and even in commercial companies dealing with foreign partners – everyone wants to save face and have no issue while operating internationally.


42.03.01 Advertising and PR

Profiles:

  • Advertising in mass communications system
  • PR in government and business structures
  • PR and advertising on the Internet

Creating a positive image for a company, attracting target audiences, promoting brands, products and services, and much more – all this is where our graduates can help you. Besides, they are always willing to come to rescue when you need promotional communication with your target audience, which will help enhance brand awareness and ensure effective sales. Our graduates are employed in the media, advertising and communication agencies, advertising departments of most diverse companies and even consulting agencies.


42.03.02 Journalism

Profiles:

  • Radio and television
  • Print media and new media
  • Digital content for creative industries

This is the area for those willing to design texts at a professional level, work with a TV camera, take pictures, dub and voice, shoot and record with any gadgets, as well as create content for online media. Students undergo comprehensive training in journalism, economics, political analysis, media management and even media marketing, all these earning them skills to get a job linked with television, radio, newspapers, magazines, and online media, finally bringing them more freedom to be enjoyed when in the mass media market.


44.03.03 Special (Pathology-related) education

Profile:

  • Speech therapy

Students study special pedagogy and psychology, philological foundations of defectologic education, medical and biological foundations of defectology, psychological and pedagogical diagnostics of the development of persons with disabilities, general methodological aspects of education in special educational institutions. As part of training in Humanities they study law with the basics of family law and the rights of persons with disabilities, speech culture of speech pathologists. Graduates work in pre-school, primary general, compulsory, secondary general education, vocational training, supplementary education, social services and social welfare.


45.03.01 Philology

Profile:

  • National Philology (Russian language & literature)

This course offers training to master several foreign languages, gain fundamental knowledge in literature, skills to work with any texts written both in Russian and in one of the major European languages. Students get to know both Russian and foreign literature, while reading most diverse texts – from fiction (classical Russian and foreign literature) to sci-fi, and even writing their own texts (with special emphasis on academic writing), as well as getting proficient in translation and proofreading. Our graduates can get a job in publishing, media and journalism, national and international cultural projects, education, etc. Fundamental training in the field of philology allows our folks to make brilliant careers as language experts, editors, journalists and writers.


45.03.02 Linguistics

Profile:

  • Theory and practice of intercultural communication

While studying at least two foreign languages, our students get thorough knowledge in general language studies and translation, both verbal and written. They do not just become translators yet get a perfect command of working with commercial, political and many other texts in two languages. As far as employment is concerned – the choice is more than diverse – from teaching in schools and universities to research activities and translation services.


45.05.01 Translation Studies

Profiles:

  • Linguistic assistance for interstate relations
  • Linguistic assistance for military activities

Our students become experts in translation theory, culture studies, lexicology, stylistics, theoretical grammar, and in literature of the respective language, as well as become fluent in two foreign languages. Practical training includes consecutive translation and written translation in various fields. Translation services enjoy huge demand in many areas nowadays, both in public and in private agencies, and our graduates are employed as simultaneous interpreters at conferences, business negotiations and private meetings. Besides, they can specialize in literature or technical translation, while the demand is the highest for simultaneous interpreters and translators with a good command of oriental languages.


46.03.01 History

Profile:

  • History

A historian today is someone able to apply their skills to various professional activities. Through their studies, future Bachelors receive wide-scope education in humanities, where history has a special place. They learn how to work with historical sources, as well as they master pedagogy and psychology. Depending on the chosen specialization and personal interests, historians can build successful careers in museums, research centers, tourist agencies and academic institutions.

04.03.01 Chemistry

Profiles:

  • Organic and bioorganic chemistry
  • Medical and pharmaceutical chemistry
  • Environmental chemistry, chemical expertise and environmental safety
  • Solid state chemistry

This specialty aims to train multi-skilled chemists, capable of making technologically safe, environmentally sound decisions. Professional training for bachelors in this field is characterised by a basic training in mathematics, physics, computer science and fundamental knowledge in a wide range of chemical disciplines and fields, enabling them to work in any branch of chemical science, regardless of specialisation. Graduates can work in research institutes, design organisations, industrial enterprises and educational organisations.


06.03.01 Biology

Profile

  • Genetics and molecular biology

Depending on the profile, students majoring in Biology get to know the biological diversity of the animal and plant world, explore soil and natural reservoirs, the plant, animal and human physiology, and come to know the reign of microorganisms, ecology and the scientific foundations of nature preservation, genetics, cytology, and even molecular biology. Biologists find their jobs in research institutes, environmental agencies, in agriculture and food industry, let alone teaching in academic institutions.


19.03.01 Biotechnology

Profiles:

  • Industrial biotechnology
  • Food biotechnology and food safety

This is an area of training for specialists who use biological objects or molecules for industrial production of substances and products useful for humans and animals, based on knowledge of microbiology, biochemistry, genetics, genetic engineering, immunology, chemical technology, tool and mechanical engineering. Students study basics of food production technology; biotechnology of proteins, fats, carbohydrates and dietary supplements; colloid chemistry; biocatalysis in food industry; homeostasis and nutrition; chemistry of food dispersion systems; applied mechanics; food additives and technology of biologically active substances as well as a number of other disciplines. Graduates are successfully employed in research institutes, design institutes, engineering departments, food industry and pharmaceutical enterprises, and linked industries.


19.03.03 Food of animal origin

Profile:

  • Food engineering and health food technology

Students receive profound knowledge in chemistry, and also study microbiology, metrology and standardisation, rheology and technical disciplines related to apparatus work at enterprises. In addition, the basics of legislation and standardisation in food industry, as well as economics and production management, are compulsory subjects. In the process of training, future technologists acquire marketing skills sufficient to be prepared to monitor food market, to participate in the creation of competitive products. The technologist controls the quality of raw meat, fish or dairy raw materials in accordance with sanitary, veterinary and other standard requirements, monitors the observance of the optimum dosage of auxiliary substances (toppings, colourings, flavourings, preservative agents, etc.), environmental safety of production, evaluates the overall quality of ready-to-eat products, and participates in the preparation of design and technological documentation. They are in demand in meat and dairy processing plants, fish processing plants.


19.03.04 Food technology and catering organization

Profile:

  • Catering and bakery technology and organization

Students study catering products technology, food sanitation and hygiene, food physiology, restaurant accounting programmes, restaurant style, financial accounting in restaurants, restaurant service technology, food merchandising, functional food and nutrition, special purpose products.


30.05.01 Medical Biochemistry

This is the training area embracing everything from bacteria and viruses to human beings. A biochemist is involved both in setting diagnoses and in tracking the course of treatment. Students learn to carry out molecular research, study microorganisms, viruses, single cells and multicellular creatures. The scope of their studies extends to clinical immunology, pathochemistry, measurements in biochemistry, medical genetics, malignant tumor biochemistry, clinical and experimental surgery, clinical laboratory diagnostics, medical biochemistry, molecular biology and a number of other specific disciplines. Our graduates get employed by public and private laboratories, pharmaceutical companies, research centers, medical and preventive institutions, pre-conception centers, educational institutions and forensic laboratories.


33.05.01 Pharmacy

Students study organic chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry and toxicological chemistry, biotechnology, pharmacology, pharmacognosy, merchandising in medicine and pharmacy, and pharmaceutical computer science. This field is one of the most promising and highest-paying. Specialists work at pharmaceutical companies, wholesaling drugs and carrying out market research. They are in demand in research centres as well as in pharmacies where they sell products and provide advice. Graduates are employed as provisors, laboratory assistants, chemists, pharmacists.

49.03.01 Physical education

Profile:

  • Sports training

In the course of training the students study such disciplines as human anatomy and physiology, management of physical education and sports, psychology, legal foundations of professional activity and others. Graduates can develop professionally as tourism instructors, organisers of leisure and outdoor activities, coaches of sports teams, physical education teachers, sports instructors in fitness clubs.

40.03.01 Law Studies

Profiles

  • State law
  • Criminal law
  • Human rights
  • Financial law
  • Legal life and legal activities
  • Environmental and natural resource law
  • International law
  • Information law

Majoring in Law helps get a degree to further get a job in law enforcement, prosecution offices, investigation, courts, as well as in legal services at various companies and agencies, both national and international. As for the profiles, the range of positions is more than wide, namely, lawyer, legal adviser, judge, prosecutor, investigator, criminologist, forensic expert, law enforcement officer, public procurement expert, corporate lawyer, notary, cyber investigator, patent expert, human rights activist, intellectual property lawyer, international lawyer, transport lawyer, labor law lawyer, etc.

38.03.01 Economics

Profiles:

  • Accounting, analysis and audit
  • Finance
  • Economics of organizations

Students study microeconomics, accounting and analysis, corporate finance, macroeconomics, macroeconomic planning and forecasting, marketing, management, econometrics, world economics, and international economic relations. A graduate will be able to work in various areas of economic, financial and management activities.

They will be able to work within a wide range of professions that involve fundamental economic education: economist, economist-manager, financial manager, financial analyst, investment analyst, bank specialist, insurance specialist, leasing specialist, loan officer, international economist, economist-accountant, auditor, planning specialist, engineer-economist, foreign economic activity manager, risk manager, controlling specialist, trader, financier, financial engineer, etc.


38.03.02 Management

Profiles:

  • Organization management
  • Marketing
  • Business management in an international environment

Depending on the profile chosen, students study management, economic, social and humanitarian disciplines. Among the compulsory subjects are management theory, marketing, economic theory, strategic management, accounting and analysis, financial management, human resource management. The sphere of professional activity of a graduate is management activity in organizations of all forms of ownership in positions related to middle staff or line management.


38.03.04 State and Municipal Administration

Profile:

  • State and municipal service
  • Regional and municipal administration

Students study legal, economic, management, information and analytical disciplines, as well as a foreign language. Specialists in this area work in government, city halls, prefectures, presidential affairs departments, councils and municipalities, as well as in municipal and state institutions of various industries (banks, insurance and financial companies, tax inspectorates, industrial enterprises, consulting firms, public organizations and advertising agencies).


38.03.05 Business Informatics

Profile:

  • Information Business Analytics and Digital Innovation

Students receive training in several areas of management, economics, law and infocommunication technologies at once. Specialists in this area can remotely manage an enterprise, its information, material and cash flows using various IT technologies. Jobs can be found in all fields related to ICT. These are any enterprises of the state and private level scientific design and engineering organizations, enterprises engaged in social work.


38.05.01 Economic security

Profiles:

  • Economic and legal support of economic security

Specialists protect economic interests of state authorities, institutions of budgetary system, including high-security facilities of public and private corporations, banks and investment companies. Students study mainly legal, economic, tax and financial disciplines.

Student internship takes place in tax authorities, as well as in economic and accounting departments of enterprises of various fields. After graduation it is possible to take positions of risk managers, tax inspectors, tax consultants, tax department specialists, tax security specialists, economic security specialists, underwriters and auditors.

38.05.02 Customs

Profile:

  • Customs payments

Training program for customs specialists is a synthesis of legal and foreign economic disciplines. Students study specifics of document management in customs authorities and pricing in foreign trade, declaration of goods and vehicles, settlements and foreign exchange markets, customs management, international trade, commodity science and expertise in customs and economics of customs.

Graduates can work in enterprises related to foreign trade, international transportation and freight forwarding, as well as in state customs authorities. They hold the positions of declarants, customs inspectors, customs managers, foreign trade specialists, customs clearance specialists, customs brokers, and customs carriers.

43.03.01 Service

Profiles:

  • Business process management in service sector
  • HR service and organizational and legal consulting

Students study technology of service activities in various areas of service industry. Mostly graduates hold the position of a customer relations manager. Also service officers are responsible for planning service activities of an enterprise, creation and maintenance of a client base, monitoring activities of an enterprise, organization of special events to attract new clients and consumers, checking quality of services provided by a company.

43.03.02 Tourism

Profiles:

  • Business administration in tourism
  • International and national tourism

The curriculum includes study of special professional modules - "Earth Science", "Geography of World Development", "Technologies for Promoting Tourism Services", "Regulatory Support of Tourism Industry", "Tourism and Recreational Design", "Tourism Industry, Tourism Enterprises Activity Technology". Graduates successfully find employment as booking managers, tourism instructors or tour sales managers. Also graduates can work in hotel industry, hold positions of hotel managers. Creative abilities of graduates can be realized in positions of organizers of tours or excursions.


43.03.03 Hotel industry

Profiles:

  • Hotel activities
  • Innovative technologies in hotel activities

This is an area of training for specialists who are involved in the development and implementation of regulation-based hotel activities provision processes that meet modern standards and satisfy customer requirements. Students acquire knowledge of Russian language and culture of speech, business communication, foreign languages, techniques of hotel operations, hotel activities organisation, public relations in the hospitality industry, corporate culture and human resources management in hospitality companies, hotel animation. Graduates can take up various positions in hotels, health and leisure facilities and tourism companies.