Bachelor Programme 031900.62 “International Relations” (Faculty of History and Politology)
Humanitarian, Social and Economic Cycle (58-62 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: Philosophy, First Foreign Language (English), Second Foreign Language (German), History: Social History of Russia, Legal Studies, Psychology, Introduction in International Relations, Russian Language and Speech Culture, Sociology, World Economy.
Mathematics and Natural Sciences Cycle (5-9 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: Informatics, Mathematical Methods in Historical and Political Studies, Basics of Information Security, Concepts of Modern Science.
Professional Training Cycle (145-149 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: Translation and Interpretation: Theory and Practice (English), Russian Foreign Policy: XX-XXI c., History of Russian Diplomacy, History of International Relations, World Politics and International Relations, Political History of Russia, Regional Political Studies, Comparative Politics, Theory of Diplomacy, Politics, Safety of Life, Translation and Interpretation: Theory and Practice (German), Contemporary State: Policy Analysis and Social Economic Development, Introduction in International Law, Theory of Intercultural Communication: Introduction, Business Protocol and Etiquette, Diplomatic and Consular Law, Foreign Literature, Information-analytical Work, The Law of International Treaties
Optional Subjects: EU Law: introduction, Comparative Law, Gender Policy in Western Europe, Policy of Equal Rights and Opportunities, Humanitarian Cooperation in Europe,
International legal means of protection of the rights and freedoms of citizens,
Middle East Factor in Contemporary International Relations, Iberian Factor in Contemporary International Relations, Regional Cooperation in Contemporary World Politics, Russian Regions in International Cooperation, The European Court of Human Rights, The European Court of Human Rights; policy and Law, Global Companies in Contemporary World Politics, NGO in Global Politics, International Intellectual Law, International Trade Law, Political and Social Processes: Discourse-Analysis, Political Leadership in Contemporary World, European Studies: politics and Institutions, European Studies: Social Economic Development.
Physical Culture (2 credits)
Educational and Work Practice andor Research & Development (9 credits)
Final State Certification (15 credits)
Elective Courses (10 credits)