Nov 22

The choice of multy-school disciplines


Attention students 2 and 3 courses! The choice of inter-faculty disciplines begins. Students, who graduate at the bachelor’s level in the fourth and sixth semesters (2 and 3 courses) choose one inter-faculty selective discipline per semester. The inter-faculty disciplines selection organization for the second semester of the 2019-2020 academic year consists of three stages.

  1. First stage (20–24 of november) — Introducing students to the list of interfaculty disciplines for the second semester. During this period, students can view videos of the introduction of the teacher.
  2. Second stage (25-28 of november) – selection of disciplines from the proposed list by directly questioning students of 2 and 3 courses(with the help of Google Forms). During the second stage, students have to fill out questionnaires, indicating disciplines in the order of their own priority (no more than three disciplines per semester). Students who did not exercise their right to choose will be enrolled in the study of the disciplines that are needed to optimize study groups.

    Link to the questionnaires

  3. Third stage (till 10 january) – Summing up the results of the questionnaire and publication of choice of inter-faculty disciplines results.

The volume of inter-faculty selective discipline is three credits (90 hours), the final semester control is carried out in the form of a set-off.
We draw students’ attention to the courses offered by the teachers of our faculty:

  • 111 General Wave Theory: mathematical representation (lecturer: associate professor Rybin O.)
  • 112 Metamaterials or light control: from theory to application (lecturer: associate professor Neduh S.)
  • 115 Creating window interfaces for scientific programs in Python(lecturer: associate professor Butrum A.)
  • 117 Technical calculations, programming and visualization inMATLAB (GNU Octave) (lecturer: associate professor Legenkiy М.)
  • 118 Universal fundamental properties of nature (lecturers: professor. Chernogor L. and associate professor Rozumenko V. )
  • 119 Numerical methods for solving differential and integral equations in scientific problems (lecturer: associate professor Bagazkaya O.)

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