Baccalaureate is a modern, promising, profitable in many respects trajectory of obtaining a full and high-quality higher education, moreover, recognized in all developed countries of the world.

A bachelor’s diploma is a diploma of full state-level higher education. It gives grounds for occupying positions requiring higher education and grounds for continuing studies in a magistracy.

The choice of a university undergraduate as a level of higher education and a trajectory of professional training has a number of advantages and advantages:

• The qualification “bachelor”, in contrast to the traditional “graduate,” is accepted according to the international classification and is understood by employers around the world, and especially in the most economically developed countries.

• Fundamental preparation of bachelors will allow you, if necessary, to easily change your profession. In accordance with the state educational standard, bachelor’s programs in various fields are designed in such a way that in just a year they can switch to any other from a wide range of compatible professions.

The credit training system is a way of organizing the educational process in which students within certain boundaries have the opportunity to individually plan the sequence of the educational trajectory.

Credit (Credit, Credit-hour) – a unified unit for measuring the volume of academic work of a student / teacher. When organizing the educational process on credit training technology, it should be borne in mind that 1 loan equals 3 hours of work per week. At the same time, 1 academic hour is accompanied by 2 hours of student independent work (work with textbooks, homework, research work and work with a teacher).

The main objectives of credit technology education are:

• unification of students’ knowledge;

• maximum individualization of training;

• increasing the role of independent work.

The quality of knowledge in each subject is evaluated by a point-rating system at three stages of training:

• current control (performance of tasks, attendance, etc.);

• midterm control (in the form of a test, control work, etc. at weeks 8 and 15);

• exam (if the number of points in the current and midterm control is insufficient, then the student is not allowed to take the exam).

At each stage, points (rating) from 0 to 100 points are set and the average GPA transfer point is calculated. It is calculated based on the number of points and the number of credits for all subjects in the semester.

If the student has not scored a sufficient number of points to set off the subject (60% of 100 points), then he needs to re-take this subject. This is called Retake.