The program is universal in the sense that it can be mastered not only by historians, but also by graduates of any specialties, majors and tracks. The intellectual culture, in addition to the processes of generation and reproduction of liberal arts knowledge, includes economics, politics, the media, and public life. The professionals who are able to work with large volumes of complex information are becoming more and more in demand in the labor market.
Types of occupation: research.
Key disciplines of the program: history of ideas and ideologies, intellectual traditions of different eras, methodology and didactics of historical education, national worldview.
Areas of occupation: media, research organizations, teaching.