Management of pre-university education
Russian education tends to associate its future with modern management technologies to ensure relative stability in the situation of dynamically changing educational sphere. Consequently, managers in the sphere of compulsory (pre-school, primary, secondary and high school) education and secondary vocational and continuing education are required to constantly improve their qualifications and competences. Best practices show how important it is for educational managers not only to reduce costs, but also be innovative in solutions to maintain the sustainability of educational institutions in challenging and unpredictable conditions.
This program is aimed at preparing top managers in general, vocational and continuing education, who have relevant competences for managing the educational system. Along with 5 basic disciplines that are obligatory for "Management" field of study, students also need to study 14 disciplines, 5 of which are electives aimed at developing relevant professional competences. Particular attention is paid to the study of IT in management, legal framework for managing an educational organization, management in the field of education, issues of managing an educational organization in a networked environment, and modern educational policy in Russia.
Internship programs are implemented in state and municipal government bodies operating in the field of general, secondary vocational, and continuing education, in organizations of pre-school general, primary general, basic general, secondary general education, secondary vocational education, and continuing education.
Starting from the position of academic director, head of department, deputy head of an educational organization, a graduate of RUDN University in the future may head a kindergarten, secondary school, college, center for continuing education, and may also work in federal, state and municipal governments operating in the field of general, secondary vocational, continuing education and other organizations engaged in educational activities.
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