Sholokhov Moscow State University For Humanities - Undergraduate Degrees

Undergraduate Degrees

Undergraduate academic programs that lead to the Specialist degree after 5 years of study are offered by 17 departments of the university: Biology and Geography; Information Science and Mathematics; Psychology; Elementary Education; Pedagogy and Psychology; Pre-school Education; Special Education; European Languages; Foreign Languages; Philology; Journalism; Law; Technology and Entrepreneurship; Arts; Culture and Performing Arts; Design; History.

In 2002, the university first offered a joined program with the Open University of Israel that leads to a Bachelor's degree in Jewish History and Culture.

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