Bachelor Programme 022000.62 Ecology and Nature Management: profile “Ecology” (Faculty of Biology)
Humanitarian, Social and Economic Cycle (30-40 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: History, Russian language and Culture of the Oration, Foreign language (English), Economics, Sociology, Culturology, Political Science, Jurisprudence, Philosophy, Psychology and Pedagogy.
Optional Subjects: Foreign language (second, English), Latin language.
Mathematics and Natural Sciences Cycle (50-60 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: Mathematics, Informatics, Modern Informational Technologies, Geography, Geo-informational Systems, Geology, Soil Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematical Methods in Ecology.
Optional Subjects: Geochemistry of the natural and anthropogenic landscapes, Ecological Cartography, Physiology of Plants, Physiology of Animals and Human, Genetics and Selection, Theory of Evolution.
Professional Training Cycle (105-115 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: Earth-Spheres Science, Bases of Ecology, Bases of the Nature Management, Ecology of the Organisms, Special Ecology, Applied Ecology, Microbiology and Virology, Botany, Zoology, Safety of vital functions, Methodology of teaching of Ecology and Biology.
Optional Subjects: Geography of Plants, Geography of Animals, Ecological Epidemiology, Agricultural Ecology, Biocoenological Bases of Parasitology, Ecological Biotechnology, Techno-dependent Human Pathology, Ecological Toxicology, Ecological Potential of Humanity, Biodiversity and the methods of its estimation, Grand practical course in Biodiversity of Invertebrates, Grand practical course in Biodiversity of microorganisms, Grand practical course in Biodiversity of Plants, Grand practical course in Biodiversity of Vertebrates, Grand practical course on the Bases of the Health, Grand practical course in the Diagnostics of the Techno-dependent Human Pathology.
Physical Culture (2 credits)
Educational and Work Practice (25-35 credits)
Educational Practice: Soil Science, Biodiversity and Ecology of the Lower (non-vascular) Plants, Biodiversity and Ecology of the Higher (vascular) Plants, Biodiversity and Ecology of the Invertebrates, Biodiversity and Ecology of the Vertebrates.
Profile practice: Practice in Ecology.
Final State Certification (10 credits)
Elective Courses (10 credits)
Introduction to Ecology and Nature Management, Group-designed training in Ecology