The educational process at the Academy is organized in accordance with the resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On approval of state educational standards of higher education” dated August 16, 2001 No. 343, as well as special master's programs approved by the authorized state body for higher education management.
The maximum course load for master students at the Academy, including all types of classroom and extracurricular activities, is 54 hours per week. The maximum number of classrooms is 36 hours per week. The remaining 18 hours are reserved for self-study.
The total volume of the curriculum and work program, taking into account the current, intermediate and final certification, is determined on the basis of weekly loads during the 2-year training period.
The content of the curricula and work programs in the specialties of the magistracy is formed with the aim of preparing managerial personnel in accordance with state educational standards.
For master students of academic groups, the number of lecture hours should not exceed 50% of class hours.20% of the topics offered for self-study are allocated from the total load for independent study.
Curriculum development should provide self-study on a number of issues and problems in the subject.
Master students must pass the final state certification in accordance with their curriculum.
The normative period of study lasts 2 years, and the educational process is 100 weeks.
Theoretical education and research -50 weeks, certification- 13 weeks, vacations - 15 weeks, internship and advanced training a- 22 weeks, total -100 weeks.
The development of an educational program involves self-study of students on a number of issues or problems of integrated courses.
Scientific activity is carried out on the basis of the calendar plan of master students and is divided into:
Research and preparation for master's thesis - 75-78%;
Qualification practice and internship - 22-25%.
The volume of theoretical education, depending on the specialty of the magistracy, is distributed in the following blocks:
- general methodological sciences - 40%;
- specialties - 60%;