46.03.02 Document and archive science

Students receive general theoretical instruction in management document support (MDS), rationalization of document circulation and document processing techniques; management of individual processes in archiving.
Level of education:
Bachelor's degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Russian language
— Social science
— History
Programs, specializations:
Modern techniques of document management
Training under the program is focused on practical mastery of: the latest regulatory framework and methodology of MDS; modern information technologies; e-document circulation systems; and modern office work organization techniques.
Alumni can be employed as
  • records management specialist
  • human resources and civil service specialist
  • documentologist
  • assistant manager
  • head of office
  • office manager
  • press secretary
  • archivist
Program subjects
  • Archival science
  • Documentation processes in delivery of public services
  • Document science
  • HR information systems and tools
  • Confidential records management
  • Document management standardization
  • Management documentation techniques
  • E-archives
Graduating department:
Document Science, History and Law Department