Undergraduate

                                                                                                                                             

               Undergraduate

              “International relationships”

       Program in the direction of training bachelor 530800 “International Relations”

Training profile: “Diplomatic and consular service”.

The term of study is 4 years – full-time.

General characteristics of the direction of training. Mastering the basic educational program in this area is aimed at developing the student’s personal qualities, the formation of general cultural and professional competencies in accordance with the requirements of the State Educational Standard of HPE of the Kyrgyz Republic.

The area of ​​professional activity of bachelors includes:

– international political, economic, scientific and technical, military-political, humanitarian, ideological relations, world politics;

– regulation of global political, economic, military, environmental, cultural, ideological and other processes;

– international relations in the field of culture, science, education;

– other spheres of development of the global space;

– diplomacy, international relations and foreign policy of the Kyrgyz Republic;

– cross-border connections of the Kyrgyz regions;

– the basics of the analysis of modern global problems;

– higher education in the field of international relations and comprehensive international security.

Disciplines of the direction 530800 “International relations”

B.3.B. Basic part (compulsory disciplines)

  1. Fundamentals of international security and arms control
  2. Modern international relations and world politics
  3. International security: global and regional levels
  4. International conflicts, peacekeeping, military intervention and gender
  5. Economic and political processes in the world and the Kyrgyz Republic in global politics
  6. Diplomatic and consular law
  7. Globalization and foreign policy problems
  8. Main foreign language (English)
  9. Professional foreign language
  10. Second foreign language (German, French, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic)

 

B.3. DV. Disciplines of the student’s choice (university component)

  1. Political processes in Central Asia
  2. Integration theory and world integration processes
  3. Comparative analysis of the political systems of the East and West

 

 

                                  Discipline annotations:

  1. Fundamentals of international security and arms control

The subject of the discipline is international security and its role in the formation of global peace. The course contains basic information about the modern political process in the world and the national interests of Russia in the context of international security, about the threats and challenges to international security, about the principles of construction and features of international security systems, about the trends in the formation of collective security systems, about the concept of ensuring the national security of leading foreign countries , on international regimes control over weapons of mass destruction.

  1. Modern international relations and world politics

 

The course program orientates teachers and students to study the theoretical, methodological and practical foundations of studying the theory and practice of modern international relations and world politics. The program of the course “Contemporary International Relations and World Politics” is designed for bachelors in the direction of “International Relations”.

  1. International security: global and regional levels

The course program allows you to give students an idea of the basic concepts of categories, theories and concepts in the field of national, regional and global security.

 

  1. International conflicts, peacekeeping, military intervention and gender

Studying this course will allow you to acquire extensive and systematized knowledge in the theory and practice of international, regional and local conflicts of our time, on the ways, means and methods of their settlement, in the negotiation process.

 

  1. Economic and political processes in the world and the Kyrgyz Republic in global politics

The current stage in the development of the world is characterized by significant changes in economic and political processes. One of such changes is the involvement of the general population in these processes. In these conditions, it is important to identify the specifics of the political behavior of various communities and individuals, the motivation for their actions, the formation of political views, etc. in the modern political system and political culture of Eastern societies. Without studying the specifics of economic and political processes, manifestations of globalization, it is impossible to form an adequate idea of ​​the nature and essence of the development of the modern world and global politics.

 

  1. Diplomatic and consular law

The course is devoted to issues of diplomatic and consular law. The main issues and problems that will be studied in the process of teaching this discipline are regulated in detail. The role and importance of diplomatic and consular law at the present time in the existing difficult international relations and the situation in the world are underlined.

 

  1. Globalization and foreign policy problems

The subject of the discipline is modern globalization trends in international relations and the place of Kyrgyzstan in global politics.

 

B.3. DV. Disciplines of the student’s choice (university component)

 

  1. Political processes in Central Asia

The purpose of this course is to study the political and economic problems of the region, the strategies of Russia, the United States, China, Turkey and Iran in the region, the impact of globalization on Central Asia and the region’s place in the system of international relations. An in-depth knowledge of the processes taking place in the region will help future specialists in the field of international relations to orientate themselves in choosing a strategy for cooperation between Kyrgyzstan and the countries of the region.

 

  1. Integration theory and world integration processes

The course is provided for the fourth year of study in the preparation of bachelors in the field of international relations. The goals are to study the reasons, features and forms of international integration, identify the stages of international integration, identify general trends in the development of integration formations. The difficulty in studying this course lies in the fact that the formation of new forms of international integration is a continuous process, international integration processes are developing and transforming, and in this sense, students are required to constantly analyze the process of international integration and the dynamics of the development of international associations.

 

  1. Comparative analysis of the political systems of the East and West

The discipline refers to the professional cycle of the disciplines of the profile. The course includes the study of the structure of society, its main social groups, the characteristics of their interests, mass socio-political movements and their composition, the characteristics of political relations and the regime of power in the countries of the East and West, political and public organizations.

ANNOTATION TO DISCIPLINES

 

1.Main foreign language

 

The purpose and objectives of studying the discipline is to form and develop students’ communicative competence, the level of which at certain stages of language training allows the use of a foreign language practically both in production practice and in further production activities.

Tasks:

1) in the field of phonetics: correction of pronunciation skills;

2) in the field of grammar: improving the skills of a higher level of proficiency in the grammatical aspect of communicative competence; generalization and consolidation of knowledge in the field of English grammar;

3) in the field of lexicology: mastering a professional vocabulary, word-formation models characteristic of modern professional English; the formation of the skills of confident use of the most common language means of professional vocabulary;

 

4) in the field of reading and translation: the development of linguistic guesswork about the meaning of unfamiliar lexical units and grammatical forms in terms of their function, location, composition of components; understanding the basic meaning and details of the content of the original text of a professionally oriented nature;

5) in the field of speaking: the formation and development of speaking skills on a professional topic in English;

6) in the field of written speech: improving the skills of writing, the formation of the skills of annotating, abstracting, summarizing professionally oriented nature;

7) in the field of self-organization: the formation of self-organization skills, using the method of independent work to improve the skills and abilities of working with reference literature in English.

 

  1. Professional foreign language

 

The objectives of the discipline are to prepare future bachelors for the practical use of a foreign language in their professional activities; to expand the knowledge of students about the country of the studied language in the field of international relations, to broaden the horizons of the student, to improve the culture of his thinking, professional communication and speech. The discipline “Professional foreign language” is the discipline of the basic part of the professional cycle in the direction of training “International relations” The course is addressed to 4-year students of the direction “MO”. The complexity of the course is 128 hours.

 

  1. Second foreign language

4.Goals and objectives of mastering the discipline

Objectives of mastering the discipline: generalization of knowledge in a second foreign language;

  • formation of a lexical and grammatical base for further language learning;
  • developing discussion skills;
  • development of communicative competence skills;
  • the formation in students of the main features of the secondary linguistic personality, making them capable of adequate social interaction in situations of intercultural communication.

Objectives of mastering the discipline:

  • teach the student to correctly articulate individual sounds of the second foreign language, their combinations and whole phrases;
  • provide students with a complete grammatical system of a foreign language;
  • to acquaint students with the vocabulary of a foreign language on the topics provided for by the thematic plan for the study of this discipline;
  • to teach students to correctly place stress in words and phrases, to formulate statements intonationally;
  • to develop students’ skills of studying and viewing text in a second foreign language with the possible presence of 3-5% of lexical units unknown to students.

 

Direction 580700 “Business Management” (full-time, bachelor’s degree)

Preparation profile: International Business Management
Training period – 4 years – full-time.

General characteristics of the direction of training.

Business management is a professional activity that includes a wide range of tasks: from setting goals for a business organization and choosing ways to achieve them to ensuring the necessary motivation of employees, accounting, analysis and evaluation of results. This is done both by managers, who have subordinates, and by employees (specialists) of divisions of the company’s management apparatus – marketing, sales, personnel, strategic development, etc. Those who see themselves in the future as the head of organizations in various fields of activity, who are planning to create their own business, will also be involved in management.

 

In the field of training, the goal of the PLO HPE in the direction of training 580700 – “Business Management” is:

  • preparation in the field of fundamentals of economic business knowledge, obtaining a higher professional (at the bachelor’s level)
  • education that allows a graduate to work successfully in a chosen field of activity, to have universal and professional competencies that contribute to his social mobility and stability in the labor market.
  • the formation of social and personal qualities of students: purposefulness, organization, hard work, responsibility, citizenship, communication, tolerance, improvement of general culture, etc.

The area of professional activity of graduates in the direction 580700- “Business Management” includes:

  • taking basic positions in business management and organization; as well as in the management of personnel and human resources; in the management of marketing and logistics processes; in financial management, accounting and banking; in information technology management; in various forms of economic and management analysis;
  • management activities in the field of economics and business;
  • making management decisions in the activities of companies and business entities.

 

Graduates can carry out professional activities in other areas and (or) areas of professional activity, provided that their level of education and acquired competencies correspond to the requirements for employee qualifications.

The objects of professional activity of graduates in the direction of training 580700 – “Business Management” are:

  • Government agencies and organizations;
  • Economic services of ministries and departments;
  • Economic services of regional (municipal) government bodies;
  • Economic services of state and municipal enterprises;
  • Research institutions;
  • Commercial structures: economic, management, analytical services of private companies in various fields of activity;
  • Public sector: foundations; · associations;
  • Non-profit organizations (including private organizations of education, health care, culture and sports);
  • Professional organizations;
  • International organizations.

Curriculum structure

B.1. Humanitarian, social cycle

B.1.B Basic part (compulsory disciplines)

  1. Kyrgyz language and literature
  2. Russian language
  3. Foreign language
  4. History of Kyrgyzstan
  5. Philosophy
  6. Manas studies
  7. Geography of Kyrgyzstan
  8. 1. C. Variable part (including optional disciplines)
  1. Business Etiquette and Protocol / Life Safety
  2. Information systems in management
  3. Business foreign language

 

  1. 2. Mathematical and natural science cycle

B.2.B.Basic part (compulsory disciplines)

 

  1. Mathematics
  2. Informatics
  3. Ecology

 

  1. 2. C. Variable part (including optional disciplines)

 

  1. Information systems in management
  2. Econometrics / Green Economy

 

B.3. Professional cycle and disciplines of the profile

B.3.B. The basic part of the professional cycle of disciplines (compulsory disciplines)

 

  1. Microeconomics
  2. Macroeconomics
  3.  Accounting
  4.  Finance
  5.  Management
  6.  Marketing
  7.  Organizational behavior
  8.  Business organization
  9.  Business management
  10.  Personnel management
  11.  Logistics
  12.  International business

 

B.3.B. The variable part of the professional cycle of disciplines (including optional disciplines)

 

  1. General theory of statistics
  2. Economic analysis of the firm
  3. Organization theory
  4. Financial management
  5. Money, credit, banks
  6. Theory and history of management
  7. Business communications and conflict management
  8. Management of international projects
  9. International economic organizations
  10. Strategic management
  11. Tax and taxation
  12. Legal regulation of business
  13. Customs
  14. Business ethics
  15. Information management
  16. Business Leadership

 

ANNOTATIONS

disciplines of the basic part of the professional cycle

  1. Microeconomics

 

Microeconomics is the socio-economic activity of people aimed at satisfying the system of their economic needs and interests, carried out only in the interaction of all economic entities. The discipline is studied in 1 course (1 semester).

The purpose of the discipline “Microeconomics” is to form students’ scientific economic outlook, the ability to analyze economic situations and patterns of behavior of business entities in a market economy. Objectives of teaching the discipline:

 

  • Theoretical mastering by students of modern economic concepts and models.
  • Acquisition of practical skills in analyzing the motives and patterns of activities of economic entities, situations in specific markets for goods and resources, price movements and output volumes, as well as solving problem situations at the microeconomic level (household, firm, industry market).
  • Familiarization with the current microeconomic problems of the modern world.

 

2.Macroeconomics

 

The program of the course “Macroeconomics” is intended for students of the direction of training “” Business Administration “. The academic discipline “Macroeconomics” belongs to the basic part of the professional cycle.

This course is one of the main courses studied by students and is included in the list of general professional disciplines of the State Educational Standards of Higher Professional Education. The discipline is studied in 1 course (2 semester).

The study of this discipline contributes to the formation of a system of knowledge about the phenomena and processes of the economic life of society at the macro level, about the methods and tools for studying these phenomena, about the ways and means of solving macroeconomic problems, the development of analytical skills that help to correctly assess measures in the field of state economic policy, better navigate stormy stream of economic life, or rather predict the outcome of decisions made today.

 

  1. Accounting

Studying accounting is a great start to your managerial career. Every businessman, manager, leader is obliged to understand cash flows and financial flows. This will help him to control the volume of profits and expenses in his enterprise. This level provides an excellent introduction to the financial sector and teaches the necessary skills and techniques. The discipline is studied in the 2nd year (3rd semester).

The proposed methodology of the training course “Accounting” is aimed at studying the basic elements of accounting, mastering the basic tools of an accountant, systematizing and summarizing information about the financial and economic activities of an enterprise, which will allow you to more successfully move on to an in-depth study of the main sections of accounting or the language of business.

The acquired knowledge of accounting and analysis of financial statements will help to make more competent management decisions. The course includes the amount of information necessary for the systematic development of accounting for the financial and economic activities of an enterprise and obtaining an optimal set of skills and knowledge.

Reforming the economy of the Kyrgyz Republic requires an appropriate mechanism for managing economic processes and, accordingly, accounting, which serves to reflect them. World experience shows that the most optimal in market conditions is a model for organizing accounting that meets the principles and requirements laid down in the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

 

  1. Finance

The discipline “Finance” is one direction in economic science, successfully combining both theoretical developments in the field of finance, management, accounting, analysis, and practical approaches designed within its framework. A company manager, financial analyst and consultant must have a certain set of knowledge and skills in finance, analysis of the strategic directions of the state and the firm, the distribution of financial flows, justification of funding sources and assessment of the impact of various factors on the value of the company and its current financial stability. The discipline is studied in the 2nd year (3rd semester).

The main tasks of financial science at this stage are the search and substantiation of ways to develop the finances of the state and enterprises, investment mechanisms for the implementation of the principles of a competitive market economy in financial and economic practice.

In an operating organization, only in conditions of adequate reflection of monetary circulation, financial and credit relations, accounting, taxation, and the requirements of objective economic laws can real economic transformations be achieved that will improve the finances of enterprises to address socio-economic development in general.

 

  1. Management

This discipline belongs to the basic part of the professional cycle of the main educational program and allows you to consider the foundations of the theory and practice of managing an organization, ensures continuity and consistency in the development of management disciplines, forming an information system that gives a complex system of indicators characterizing socio-economic processes, which allows the most complete study related general professional and special subjects. The discipline is studied in the 2nd year (3-4 semester).

  1. Marketing

This discipline examines the development issues and features of the modern marketing concept, the development of a complex of marketing research, the specifics of the use of commodity, pricing policy, consumer demand and market promotion, consumer behavior and consumer risks in the context of global competition.

The purpose of teaching the discipline:

Mastering the academic discipline is the acquisition of knowledge and skills to identify, create and meet needs, develop modern marketing strategies, form general cultural and professional competencies necessary for the implementation of marketing activities; studying by students: diversified marketing structures, its basic principles and concepts; price features of marketing; product, its competitiveness in the international market; the volume of supply and demand; competitive marketing positions; market segmentation; methods and procedure for conducting marketing research and the information used in this; development of a marketing program and strategy for the development of the organization; insight into new phenomena in marketing; study of the content of the marketing activities of the enterprise in the context of global competition.

  1. Organizational behavior

This discipline studies the behavior of employees of organizational structures in order to effectively influence the performance of organizations. It is aimed at developing methods for studying the behavior of people in various organizational situations, generalizing practical experience in explaining the reasons for the actions of employees, developing a probable model of employee behavior and managing his behavior.

The aim of the course is to provide a deep understanding of theoretical issues and the acquisition of practical skills in managing the behavior of people in the organization, which they can use in their work. In the process of studying this course, students must master the techniques and master the skills of assessing the internal state of the organization from the point of view of human potential, learn to assess the level of conflict in the organization and find ways to resolve specific situations, gain the necessary knowledge in order to form workable teams and correctly determine the required style leadership.

  1. Business organization

The purpose of the course: to form a student’s ordered system of knowledge on theoretical, methodological and practical issues of effective business organization.

The objectives of the course, the implementation of the set goal requires the solution of the following tasks:

  • consider the concept of entrepreneurship and its types;
  • to acquaint with the organization and development of their own business; consider modern forms of business organization;
  • consider business management;
  • study the development strategy of the enterprise;
  • consider innovation in business;
  • study the infrastructure of the enterprise;
  • consider innovative and information technologies in business;
  • study the legal and regulatory framework governing entrepreneurial activity
  1. Business management

The purpose of studying the discipline “Business Management” is the formation of knowledge and skills in the field of process management for modeling and analysis of organizational processes. This goal is achieved by solving the following tasks:

  • familiarize with the basics of business processes and the basic concepts of process management;
  • teach students to use knowledge and teach the application of methods;
  • to ensure possession of the competences of applying the acquired knowledge, skills and abilities for successful practical professional activity;
  • developing students’ skills of independent thinking in the field of process management;
  • mastering professional terminology, developing skills in its use in oral and written speech.
  1. Personnel management

The purpose of studying the discipline is to provide students with basic knowledge in the field of personnel management of an organization, the development of practical skills in solving interorganizational, interpersonal, intergroup problems in educational situations

Objectives of studying the discipline:

  • formation of ideas about the theoretical foundations and basic concepts of personnel management, its place and role in the organization’s management system;
  • acquisition of theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the field of personnel management;
  • acquisition of initial, fundamental knowledge in the field of state employment policy, regulation of social and labor relations in the field of personnel management;
  • development of the ability to analyze the behavior of employees.
  1. Logistics

The purpose of studying the discipline “Logistics” is to form students’ systematic understanding of planning, organization and management of material, information and financial flows in the main functional areas of logistics, namely, in transport, in the supply and sale of goods, in inventory management, in warehousing.

Discipline objectives:

  • formation of a systematic approach to the management of logistics processes at the enterprise;
  • study of ways to minimize logistics costs and resources, ensuring the functioning of the material flow;
  • acquisition of skills for independent solution of logistics problems.

 

12.International business

 

The course is a complex scientific discipline that studies the main aspects of international business regulation, as well as analysis of current trends in the development of the main areas of economic activity. The leading role of science in the development of innovative business is emphasized, the most important aspects of international industrial cooperation and its modern forms, outsourcing, logistics, insurance, marketing and advertising activities, business in the conditions of work in the global market.

The purpose of the course is to provide future specialists with knowledge of international business, its main forms, norms and rules for its conduct.

Objectives of the course:

  • study of modern forms of international business and mechanisms for its implementation;
  • consideration of cross-cultural features of doing business;
  • formation of students’ practical skills of independent development of business projects, assessment of their economic efficiency.

 

  1. Main foreign language

The purpose and objectives of studying the discipline is to form and develop students’ communicative competence, which allows them to use a foreign language both practically in production practice and in further production activities.

Tasks:

  • in the field of phonetics: correction of pronunciation skills;
  • in the field of grammar: improving the skills of a higher level of proficiency in the grammatical aspect of communicative competence, generalization and consolidation in the field of English grammar;
  • in the field of lexicology: mastering a professional vocabulary, educational models, typical words for modern professional English, the formation of the skills of confident use of the most common linguistic professional vocabulary;
  • in the field of reading and translation: development of linguistic guesses about the meaning of unfamiliar lexical units and grammatical forms according to their functions, location, composition of components; understanding the basic meaning and details of the content of the original text of a professionally oriented nature;
  • in the field of speaking: the formation and development of speaking skills on a professional topic in English;
  • in the field of written speech: improving the skills of writing, the formation of skills in annotating, abstracting, summarizing professionally oriented nature;
  • in the field of self-organization: the formation of skills of self-organization, using the method of independent work to improve the skills and abilities to work with reference literature in English.

14.Professional foreign language

 The objectives of the discipline are to prepare future bachelors for the practical use of a foreign language in their professional activities; to expand the knowledge of students about the country of the studied language in the field of international relations, to broaden the horizons of the student, to improve the culture of his thinking, professional communication and speech.

  1. Second foreign language (optional)

Objectives of mastering the discipline:

  • formation of a lexical and grammatical base for further language learning;
  • developing discussion skills;
  • development of communicative competence skills;
  • the formation of a secondary linguistic personality in the main features, making them capable of adequate social interaction in situations of intercultural communication.

 

Objectives of mastering the discipline:

  • teach the student to correctly articulate individual sounds of the second foreign language, their combinations and whole phrases;
  • provide students with a complete grammatical system of a foreign language;
  • to acquaint students with the vocabulary of a foreign language on the topics provided for by the thematic plan for the study of this discipline;
  • to teach students to correctly place stress in words and phrases, to formulate statements intonationally;
  • to develop students’ skills of studying and viewing text in a second foreign language with the possible presence of 3-5% of lexical units unknown to students.

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