The growth of the role of the humanitarian component in the preparation of a modern competitive specialist in the field of customs and taxation has actualized the need for the creation of an Educational-Scientific Institute of the Humanities. The Institute was created as a separate structural subdivision of the University of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine in April 2015.
The Educational-Research Institute of the Humanities contains four departments: the Department of Psychology and Sociology, the Department of Philosophy and Political Science, the Department of Modern European Languages, the Department of Ukrainian Literature and Culture. In addition, the Institute operates a sociological laboratory and multimedia teaching and examination computer classes.
5 Doctors of Sciences and 33 Candidates of Sciences provide the educational process and scientific training of students and postgraduates of the University on an ongoing basis and on an inter-institutional basis.
The Educational-Research Institute of the Humanities is the center of international and inter-university scientific and practical conferences, student scientific conferences, round tables, forums, etc.
Teachers and staff of the Institute facilitate the implementation of vocational guidance work, the intensification of the learning process and the implementation of the latest educational technologies in the educational process; satisfaction of students’ needs in intellectual, cultural, moral and physical development; development of student self-government, improvement of methods and forms of educational work with student youth.
Functions of the Institute:
- preparation of a competitive professional who is able to work and study effectively throughout his life;
- formation of a fully developed personality on the basis of universal moral and ethical values;
- education of a citizen of Ukraine who is ready to assume responsibility for progressive changes in a society capable of preserving and increasing the values of national culture and civil society under the conditions of Ukraine’s integration into the world community.
Principles of the Institute’s activities:
- continuity and consistency;
- scientific knowledge;
- a combination of national educational traditions and the best world experience;
- flexibility in responding to social changes;
- personal and collective responsibility;
- Collegiality and openness of discussion
Priority directions of the Institute’s development:
- Implementation of the principle of scientificity as the basis of a “qualitative leap” in the development of the institute; introduction of innovative forms and methods of organization of educational process;
- Activation and improvement of the quality of research and development in the field of the Humanities;
- providing a new level and quality of the Institute’s communication within the University structure;
- Participation in grant programs and social projects and initiatives;
- increase in the number of students in the 2018-2019 academic year for the training of specialists in the professionals for the fields of studies 061 «Journalism» and 053 «Psychology». Consideration of the issue of opening in the 2019-2020 academic year new specialties “Pedagogy” and “Translation” (English, the second foreign language – German);
- opening of master’s programs in the field of studies 061 “Journalism” and 053 “Psychology” in the 2019-2020 academic year;
• strengthening of the information component in the activities of the Institute and the University. Preparation of the concept of the University’s television centre development, organization of cooperation with the press service of the State fiscal service of Ukraine;
• Strengthening the staffing capacity of the institute. Providing favorable conditions for training of scientific personnel and enhancement of their qualification at the departments of the Institute.
The Key Personnel of the Institute:
The Educational-Scientific institute of the Humanities is headed by Doctor of Philosophy, Professor Mandraheliya Volodymyr Andriiyovych, a famous specialist in the field of the Humanities, author of 9 monographs (of which 3 are singles), 4 textbooks, 6 learning aids and more than 150 scientific works.
Deputy Director of the Educational-Scientific Institute of the Humanities is Alexander Demenko, a Ph.D. holder, Associate Professor.
Deputy Director of the Educational-Scientific Institute of the Humanities for Scientific Work and International Cooperation is Tetyana Petrivna Pernarivska , Associate Professor of the Department of Modern European Languages, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences.
Training of professionals at the institute.
Training of specialists at the institute is carried out at the first bachelor level in the following fields of studies: 061 “Journalism” and 053 “Psychology”
Field of studies “Journalism”.
The profession of a journalist is promising and prestigious, is in demand in the modern labor market.
A journalist is a person who can: develop his or her creative potential; communicate with well-known personalities; travel the country and the world; influence the formation of public consciousness, public opinion, the deployment of social processes.
Journalism opens up wide opportunities for self-realization, because it combines elements of a number of attractive professions – psychologist, writer, director, actor, speaker, teacher, manager.
The process of studying in this field is fascinated, because it involves:
- studying interesting humanities, fundamental and professionally oriented disciplines (television and radio production, internet journalism, editoring of new media, newspaper and magazine production, advertising and public relations, agency journalism, journalistic investigation, military journalism, international journalism, photojournalism, speechwriting, image-making, media security, extreme journalism, trends of modern journalism, etc.);
- writing and editing texts in various journalistic genres;
- photo and video filming, preparation of materials for radio and television, for electronic and print media;
- internship in leading Ukrainian print media, radio and TV channels;
- Issuing of students’ newspaper and work at the student radio of the University.
Graduates will be able to work at print media, Internet publications, television and radio, in the field of press services, in particular those of fiscal authorities.
Field of Study “Psychology”.
Our graduates can hold the following positions:
– psychologist-consultant in local authorities;
– psychologist-practitioner in the field of management, service, entrepreneurship;
– psychologist-consultant, trainer (private business);
– practical psychologist in educational institutions;
– a leading specialist in psychological laboratories of universities and research institutions;
– a practical psychologist in health and social care institutions.
The competence of practical psychologists is:
Psycho-diagnostic and psycho-correction work with different categories of citizens;
provision of advisory services to individuals, institutions and organizations;
psychological support of the activities of various organizations of all forms of ownership;
carrying out of social-psychological researches and optimization of psychological climate in labor collectives;
vocational guidance and professional qualifications;
identification of psychological causes of social disadaptation of children, choice of forms and content of psycho-correction and psychological and preventive work.
Professional training in the specialties “Journalism” and “Psychology” is carried out by a highly-qualified scientific and pedagogical staff of the Educational – Research Institute of the Humanities.
The Educational-Research institute of the Humanities is headed by Doctor of Philosophy, Professor Mandraheliya Volodymyr Andriiyovych.
Deputy Director of the Educational-Research Institute of the Humanities is Alexander Demenko, Ph.D., Associate Professor. Director of the Educational-Research Institute of the Humanities for Scientific Work and International Cooperation is Tetyana Petrivna Pernarivska, Associate Professor of the Department of Modern European Languages, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences.
Мандрагеля Володимир Андрійович
Директор ННІ гуманітарних наук
Доктор філософських наук, професор, відомий фахівець у сфері гуманітарних наук, автор 9 монографій (із них – 3 одноосібні), 4 підручників, 6 навчальних посібників та більше 150 наукових праць.
Деменко Олександр Федорович
Заступник директора ННІ гуманітарних наук
Кандидат політичних наук, доцент
Пернарівська Тетяна Петрівна
Заступник директора ННІ гуманітарних наук з наукової роботи та міжнародного співробітництва
Доцент кафедри сучасних європейських мов, кандидат педагогічних наук