38.04.02 Management

The master’s program in Management focuses on in-depth study of modern management techniques. By completing it, students acquire important analytical skills and the necessary personal qualities that are key to obtaining numerous managerial positions in the private, public, commercial and non-profit sectors. The training program enables bachelors and specialists, including those with no prior education in the management field, to profoundly understand the profession, to acquire analytical, consulting, research and teaching skills as well as skills associated with the principles of business organization, including ways to start a business of their own, human resource management, innovation support, and crisis management.
Programs, specializations:
Business marketing
The Master's program in Business Marketing helps to obtain marketing management skills associated with business development, modern marketing techniques, integrated marketing communications to solve applied tasks, and research. Students pursuing the program receive practice-oriented knowledge from members of leading marketing agencies who teach both in class using modern training technologies and conduct practical field studies.
Alumni can be employed as
  • marketing expert
  • chief of a marketing unit
  • business development manager
  • business consultant
  • marketing director
Program subjects
  • National and regional marketing specifics
  • Price marketing
  • Product marketing
  • Information marketing
  • Specifics of marketing activity by small and medium businesses
  • Marketing activities by integrated structures
  • Marketing environment analysis
  • Competitive business environment analysis
  • Marketing audit
Graduating department:
Department of Economics and Innovative Entrepreneurship
Project management
The program trains specialists of a new type who are capable of managing projects throughout their lifecycle, making effective resourcing and organizational decisions to support them, integrating innovative and investment processes, and planning a company’s overall project portfolio to achieve sustainable development.
It is an important part of the program that the students receive fundamental training in modeling projects, investment processes and risks, which lays down a good foundation for academic research and effective practical application of the academic method.
Alumni can be employed as
  • project office manager
  • project controller
  • business analyst
  • product manager
  • project manager
  • risk manager
Program subjects
  • Project and program management
  • Methods of research in management
  • Business plan of a project
  • Business logistics in a project management system
  • Information technology in project management
  • Strategic and operational controlling
Graduating department:
Project Management Department