South Ural State University
Office 435, Main University Building
76, Prospect Lenina
Tel.: +7 351 267 90 29, +7 351 267 90 66
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D.Sc. (Philology), Professor
Due to the University restructuring under Project 5-100 the divisions of humanities and social field were merged into a new division – the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities.
The Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities inherits the best traditions of the Faculties of Journalism, History and Psychology. Our alumni have an opportunity to build a rewarding career in such fields as studying and teaching literature, history, culture and art; television, radio and Internet journalism; media business; exhibition activities; editing and publishing; electronic document management; tourism; cross-cultural and interethnic relations. In addition, the classical education in humanities allows students, who succeeded in various types of communication (from verbal to visual), to master new areas of knowledge, acquire new professions and improve their professional skills during Master Degree and postgraduate studies at the SUSU ISSH.
The main advantages of ISSH include authoritative scientific potential of three humanities faculties; scientific schools; rich library stocks equal to the best Russian collections; high information technologies equipment; free access to electronic resources of the leading scientific library systems of the world. Our highly skilled professors, the best material and technical resources, and access to supercomputers facilitate a comprehensive up-to-date educational process. The SUSU Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities offers you fundamental university education that will help you to succeed in your future career.
Structure of the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities
- Journalism and Mass Communication
- Russian Language and Literature
- Russian and Foreign History
- Theology, Culture and Art
- Developmental Psychology and Age Related Counseling
- General Psychology, Psychological Testing and Counseling
- Social Studies and Political Science