Russian Language and Literature in the Philological and Communicative Aspect | Master's Degree Program | Altai State University

The program aims to prepare qualified specialists for professional communication in various spheres. Upon graduation they will have a high-quality university training as a philologist, combining deep knowledge in the study of Russian literature, Russian language and theory and practice of speech communication with practical skills of public communication of various types, the ability to analyze, research and teaching activities in different, including intercultural, conditions.


45.04.01 Philology


Russian Language and Literature in the Philological and Communicative Aspect

Learning mode

Full-time education, 2 years

State-funded places


Employer-sponsored places


Fee-paying places


Tuition fees per semester in 2023 / 2024 academic year

56 850 ₽

Entrance test

Russian Literature and Speech Communication Exam (written)

Passing score in 2022


What training you get

The program contains course modules consisting of professors' lectures, case studies, and discussions. We study subjects that allow us to conduct scholarly work in the field of modern linguistics, theory and practice of speech communication, literary criticism, as well as a number of professionally oriented disciplines: linguoconflictology, basics of legal linguistics, document linguistics, professional rhetoric, methods of teaching Russian as a foreign language, modern literary criticism, fiction in relation to other arts, and disciplines that enhance digital competences.

Career opportunities and graduates

The program creates modern communication professionals in a variety of fields. General philological training allows the graduates to find application in the institutions of education, culture, management, mass media, intercultural communication and other fields of social-humanitarian activity. Students have an opportunity to get an additional education in a number of specialities in demand: teacher of Russian as a foreign language, linguist with profound knowledge of legal issues, etc.


  • Program Head - Tatiana Vladimirovna Chernyshova, Doctor of Philological Sciences, Professor of the Chair of General and Applied Philology, Literature and Russian Language.
  • Phone: +7 (3852) 296-617
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Print version Modified 7.07.2023