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The main purpose of the curriculum in the discipline "Traditional Belarusian culture, modern economy and legislation" is to provide foreign students with country-specific knowledge about Belarus, necessary for their adaptation and successful study in the country.

To achieve this goal, the program provides for the solution of a number of tasks:

  • study of the geopolitical situation and natural potential of the Republic of Belarus;
  • study of socio-demographic factors and cultural characteristics of the country;
  • consideration of the structural and territorial features of the economic development of Belarus;
  • familiarization with the peculiarities of the country's legal system.

The content of this course is a synthesis of knowledge of a wide range of academic disciplines, including political, physical and socio-economic geography, history, cultural studies, economics and law of Belarus.

At the end of the educational course, students should know:

  • features of the geopolitical situation and natural potential of the Republic of Belarus;
  • the main stages of the Belarusian history;
  • demographic, social and cultural features of Belarus;
  • key features of the development of the Belarusian economy;
  • fundamentals of the Belarusian legal system;

Students should be able to::

  • assess the geopolitical situation of the Republic of Belarus, its natural potential;
  • to investigate demographic and socio-cultural factors of the country's development;
  • to analyze the economic potential of Belarus;

To achieve these goals and objectives, active and interactive teaching methods will be used in the course of lectures, using modern information technologies. Practical classes will be held in the form of educational excursions to the objects of history and culture of Belarus. In the process of mastering the curriculum, various learning tools are used, including multimedia tools and Internet resources.

This program is designed for 34 hours, including 22 hours of lectures and 12 hours of practical classes