38.03.02 Management

Students receive general fundamental and specialized practical training to form the general and professional competencies required for a wide range of management activities in a business environment. Additionally, they are trained to manage a company’s competitiveness, to formulate its product, pricing, marketing and communication policies, to conduct research and to assess consumer demand.
Level of education:
Bachelor's degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Mathematics (major)
— Russian language
— Social science
Programs, specializations:
A bachelor of management is what it takes to be a professional company officer who efficiently manages its operation with due account taken of concurrent socio-economic development trends. The program helps to form competences which include business analysis, elaboration of development strategy, sound organization of managerial and business processes, efficient distribution of assignments among subordinates and supervision of their work.

Students receive theoretical grounding and practical training as well as acquire additional competences in:
- management of a company’s competitiveness
- market analysis
- research in, and assessment of, existing and potential consumers’ needs for a company’s products or services
- formulation of a company’s product, pricing, sales and communication policies
- management of a company’s logistics and value chain
- starting one’s own business and organization of its marketing support
Alumni can be employed as
  • commercial director
  • development director
  • supervisor
  • marketing manager
  • market analyst
  • sales executive
  • account manager
  • advertising and web promotion manager
  • PR manager
  • project manager
  • advertising and PR manager
  • logistician
  • purchasing specialist
  • sales executive
  • business project development manager
  • merchandise manager
  • brand manager
Program subjects
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Digital marketing
  • Strategic analysis
  • Managerial decision-making methods
  • Marketing research
  • Marketing audit
  • B2B marketing
  • Services marketing
  • Technology marketing
  • Logistics and supply chain management
  • Legal regulation of marketing activity
  • Operations management
  • Project management
  • Management accounting
  • Financial analysis
  • Financial accounting
  • Business planning
  • Strategic management
Graduating department:
Management Department