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Faculty of Blended Learning

Dean: Alexander Sergeev ,  PhD (Economics), associate professor​

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The Faculty of Blended Learning was established in 1956 in order to train highly qualified professionals who could combine work and study. The nature of training, the training methods used, the curricula composition at the Faculty are similar to those found at the day departments where the students study in face-to-face mode. 
The Faculty awards the bachelor degree in Economics. There are tuition fee-paying students and students whose tuition fee expenses are covered from the federal budget funds.  
The bachelor program curriculum includes a number of new disciplines that enable the graduates to work in the market environment.  

They are as follows:

Analysis of Financial Reporting
Comprehensive Economic Analysis of Financial Operations
Commercial Bank Operations
Bank Management
International Financial Reporting Standards and Banks
Professional Operations in a Securities Market
Financial Derivative Instruments
Business (Business Company) Cost Assessment
Financial Engineering
Theory of Insurance
Insurance Business
Financial Business Environment and Business Risks
Short-Term and Long-Term Corporate Development Strategy 
Investment Strategy