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Undergraduate Management

The Department of Management strives to expand managerial knowledge and capabilities vital for today's complex and dynamic world. By integrating high-impact research and experience-based education, faculty add value to practice and theory. Experience-based education is also vital to Management - where the only sustainable advantage is the ability to learn. Hands-on learning occurs in field cases examining non-profit firms and new ventures, in studies abroad exploring cultural differences, and in experiential exercises accentuating intricacies of human and group behavior.

Wherever your future career ambitions lie, a management degree from AIU will encourage you to think critically and creatively about management practice. You will gain an all-round understanding of how organizations and managers operate in a global environment while also developing analytical, problem solving, and interpersonal skills that are attractive to employers. You will join a friendly and supportive department with an active student society.

You will learn about management practice, organization theory, and the global business environment, as well as specific functions like accounting and marketing. Our wide range of optional units means you will be able to personalize your degree to reflect your interests and career ambitions in areas such as strategy, business law, HRM, and finance. Many of our units contain an international dimension to reflect the global nature of business. Explore the curriculum.

 

 

Graduate Management

Master’s programs allow you to acguıre new knowledge not only in your chosen field of scientific direction. The programs contain requirements for a mandatory minimum of the content and level of educational, special, and scientific research of the master's degree, as well as to the final state attestation.

For graduates – bachelors or certified specialists, the master's degree provides a unique opportunity to acquire new qualifications in selected activities and to receive an education corresponding to international standards.

Master of Management typically prepares students to handle management issues in all areas of business with the option to concentrate or specialize in one area.

 

Curriculum

 

Undergraduate Pedagogy

Pedagogy - the science of education and training of man. The subject of pedagogy is a holistic pedagogical process of directed development and personality formation in the conditions of its upbringing, training, and education. The object of pedagogy is education as a consciously and purposefully carried out process. The object of pedagogy is the phenomena of reality that determine the development of the human individual in the process of purposeful activity of society. These phenomena received the name of education. It is the part of the objective world that pedagogy is studying.

PRACTICES AND RESEARCH WORK

Practice name

Scientific-pedagogical practice

Research work

STATE CERTIFICATION

Final state certification, including training and defense of the master's thesis.

Description:

Pedagogy and methods of education in primary classes.

This department specializes in the preparation and development of students' skills in teaching methods and pedagogy of primary education. The main focus is on new technologies in the upbringing of children, taking into account the features of education target groups. Through the educational process, students develop the following professional skills and characteristics, such as organization, tolerance, interpersonal skills, social orientation, as well as a civic responsibility. Training is conducted in English, Kyrgyz, Russian and Turkish. Graduates of this department can work in public institutions, in private companies, in the education system, as well as in the education management system.

 

Graduate Pedagogy

Master’s programs allow you to acguıre new knowledge not only ın your chosen field of scientific direction. The programs contain requirements for a mandatory minimum of the content and level of educational, special, and scientific research of the master's degree, as well as to the final state attestation. 

For graduates – bachelors or certified specialists, the master's degree provides a unique opportunity to acquire new qualifications in selected activities and to receive an education corresponding to international standards. 

Education in the Master’s program assumes the development of such important management functions as mastering, organizing, directing, motivating, and analyzing the professional activity of the employee and the enterprise as a whole.

Curriculum

 

 

All other programs for consideration in the future

  • • 510200 Applied Mathematics and Informatics (Bachelor)
    • 530100 Philosophy (bachelor)
    • 530400 History (bachelor)
    • 530500 Jurisprudence (bachelor, master)
    • 530600 Journalism (bachelor, master)
    • 531000 Philology (bachelor, master)
    • 531300 Culturology (bachelor, master)
    • 531400 Religious studies (bachelor)
    • 532000 Physical education (bachelor, master)
    • 540100 Sociology (bachelor, master)
    • 540200 Social work (bachelor, master)
    • 540300 Organization of work with youth (bachelor, master)
    • 550100 Natural science education (bachelor, master)
    • 550200 Physics and mathematics education (bachelor, master)
    • 550500 Technological education (bachelor, master)
    • 550800 Vocational training (bachelor, master)
    • 570400 Design (bachelor, master)
    • 580300 Commerce (bachelor, master)
    • 580400 Trade (bachelor, master)
    • 580500 Business Informatics (Bachelor, Master)
    • 580800 Human Resource Management (Bachelor, Master)
    • 600100 Service (bachelor, master)
    • 600200 Tourism (bachelor, master)
    • 600300 Hospitality (bachelor, master)
    • 690100 Electronics and nanoelectronics (bachelor's degree)
    • 690200 Radio engineering (bachelor)
    • 700100 System analysis (master)
    • 700200 Management in technical systems (bachelor, master)
    • 700300 Automation of technical processes and production (bachelor, master)
    • 700600 Standardization, quality management and metrology (bachelor)
    • 700700 Innovation (bachelor, master)
    • 710100 Information and computer technology
    • 710200 Information systems and technologies (bachelor)
    • Applied Informatics (Master)
    • 710400 Software Engineering (Bachelor)