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Ovsyankina Victoria,

PhD, Associate Professor


       

 

 


Discipline "Factors of Successful Professional Employment" is designed to prepare specialists / masters of direction of preparation 6.040106 - Ecology and Environmental Protection and Sustainable Use of Natural Resources. Academic discipline refers to the cycle of professional and practical training. The discipline studies the social problems associated with youth employment; the assumptions and factors that help or hinder to employment of youth, adaptation of a UNIVERSITY graduate to its new status of the employee. "Factors of Successful Professional Employment " are closely related with biology, geography, physics, ecology.

Discipline "Ecology" is designed to prepare bachelors of direction of preparation 6.040106 - Ecology and Environmental Protection and Sustainable Use of Natural Resources. Academic discipline refers to the cycle of natural-scientific training. The discipline studies the structure and combination of diverse relations that arise between the environment and living organisms, nadolinskaya systems (populations, communities, ecosystems, biosphere) and mechanisms for maintaining their stability in space and time.

Discipline "Radioecology" is designed to prepare bachelors  of direction of preparation 6.040106 - Ecology and Environmental Protection and Sustainable Use of Natural Resources. Academic discipline refers to the cycle of mathematical and natural science training. The discipline studies the processes associated with the ingress and accumulation of radioactive substances by living organisms and their migration in the biosphere. "Radioecology" is closely connected with physics, mathematics, biology.

Discipline "Reserved matter" is designed to prepare bachelors  of direction of preparation  6.040106 Ecology and Environmental Protection and Sustainable Use of Natural Resources. Academic discipline refers to the cycle of professional and practical training. Discipline “Reserved matter” examines the structure, status, organization, function, and features of the protection of protected areas and water areas. "Reserved matter" are closely related with biology, geography, physics, ecology.
 
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