A master’s degree is a level of higher professional education

A master’s degree is a level of higher professional education

A master’s degree is a level of higher professional education for those who have a higher education with a bachelor’s degree. Master’s studies take 1–2 years, upon completion of which an academic master’s degree in the relevant specialty is awarded.
On February 1, 2024, the head of the department of public health, coordinator of the master’s degree, Z.A. Khismetova, carried out career guidance work among 3rd and 4th year students of the specialty “Public Health”. The agenda included issues of admission, training and master’s degree opportunities. At the NJSC MUS, master’s studies take place in two directions: scientific-pedagogical and specialized, which have different periods of study. Admission to master’s programs is carried out in the specialties “Public Health”, “Medical and Preventive Care”, “Health Care Management”, “Nursing” and “Medicine”. The specialized master’s program provides in-depth professional training and develops management skills. The scientific and pedagogical direction of the master’s program prepares personnel for the scientific and pedagogical sphere of universities and colleges. Students of the Faculty of Public Health were provided with information about master’s degree areas that directly suit the graduate’s profile, the benefits of continuing their studies in the master’s program, admission deadlines and admission rules.
According to the audience, the meeting turned out to be educational and significant for those wishing to enroll in a master’s program.