AbstractMaster's thesis deals with the analysis of the experience in the preparation of bachelors in "Innovation" gained by the Institute of Natural Sciences. The work is aimed at the improvement of the areas of training, which should lead to the attraction of the institute and the direction of "Innovation" in particular. Qualitative changes will lead to interest of perspective students, as well as demand graduates in the labor market.
The aim of the thesis: the improvement of the educational program for bachelor in "Innovation" at the Institute of Natural Sciences Ural Federal University through the experience gained during the 2008-2015 year.
In the first chapter a literature review, this reviews the external situation of the existence of innovations and their exposure on society, are presented. The history of the formation of areas of training "Innovation" and the structure and geography of this area of Russia is examined. And also system of HPE in "Innovation" at the St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University is considered, as the founder of this direction.
In the second chapter an analysis of experience of the Institute of Natural Sciences Ural Federal University at direction of training "Innovation" are presented. According to the study the conclusions about the positive sides of the direction and gaps in the educational program were made. A survey among the graduates of direction "Innovation" was conducted.
In the third chapter SWOT and TOWS analysis were made based on conclusions from previous chapters, strategies for improving the training areas "Innovation" in the INS were made based on this analysis.
The likely threats to the Institute of Natural Sciences and the direction of «Innovation» in particular are considered, and actions to respond to them are recommended.
On the basis of the work performed, we can conclude that adhering to the planned strategies to improve the training area "Innovation" INS, this training area will reach a new level in terms of uniqueness in relation to other areas and institutions.
Master's thesis is presented on 99 pages, including 18 figures, 34 tables, 4 applications and a list of references from 23 names.
|Date of Award||2015|
|Supervisor||Алексей Николаевич Бабушкин (Supervisor)|