Russian Language and Literature

The academic degree is aimed at training specialists with in-depth knowledge in the methods of teaching the Russian language, the specifics and aspects of philology and teaching methods at universities.

Academic degree:

Master of Pedagogical Sciences

Code and name of the educational program:    

7M01706 “Russian Language and Literature”

Core subjects:        

Pedagogy, Methods of the Russian Language Teaching

Form of study and duration of study:    

Scientific and pedagogical master’s degree: 2 years

Description of the educational program:

The major of the master’s program “Russian Language and Literature” is intended for students who want to gain in-depth knowledge in the field of the Russian language and literature and apply them in their professional activities.

As part of the program, students study the Russian language at a high level, including grammar, vocabulary, phonetics, stylistics; explore the history of the development of the Russian language, its influence on other languages and culture, as well as its role in the modern world. They also study Russian literature, including classical and contemporary Russian literature, and explore the work of famous Russian writers and poets.

The program includes the study of the history and culture of Russia, as well as the cultural characteristics of the Russian people, including customs, traditions and religion. Students also study methods of teaching Russian language and literature in order to be prepared for work in the field of teaching or research.

As part of the Master’s program “Russian Language and Literature”, students also conduct practical classes, including the analysis of literary works, writing essays and research articles in Russian, as well as preparing and conducting presentations in Russian.

Career opportunities:

Graduates of the program can apply their knowledge and skills in various fields, including education, journalism, culture, public service and international relations. They can also continue their education and earn a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in linguistics, literature, or other related fields.