Foreign Languages Department
Last update: 26.01.2016 at 16:09
Zaskaleta Svitlana Grygorivna – Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate professor, the Head of the Department
The Department was created as an independent subdivision of MNAU in 1998.
The main Academic disciplines:
The teaching staff of the Department
Zaskalyeta Svitlana – Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate professor, the Head of the Department
Artyukhova Olena – Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate professor
Tishechkina Kateryna – Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor
Markova Antonina – Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor
Salamatina Olga – Candidate of Philology, Associate professor
Hannichenko Tetyana – Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate professor
Ponomarenko Natalia – Senior Lecturer
Ignatenko Janna – Lecturer
Mishchenko Y. – Lecturer
Chyrychkina Olga – Laboratory assistant
List of Academic Disciplines
History of Economics and Economical Thought
History of political and legal studies
The base of Economics Theory
Sociology of Management and Labour
Philosophy of modern global problems
Philosophy of Economy
Philosophy and Religious studies
Philosophy of Science
Philosophical problems of biology
The main idea of the Department is cooperation with leading Universities of USA and countries of European Union.
The main directions of cooperation:
- widening of educational services for foreign students;
- arrangement of academic interchange by tutors, scientists, students and graduators;
- involvement of scientists and tutors to the international educational conferences;
- awarding activity of international scientific and educational grants.
The tutors of the Department take part in seminars organized by British Union, Goethe Institute and French Cultural Centre.
There are strong connection between Department and USA Peace Corpus. The volunteers of peace Corpus were involved into educational teaching process.
There is a Lingua-Club and language courses which were created by the tutors of the Department. It helps the students to activate their communicative skills and improve the English language level.