TEACHING PHYSICS AT A MANAGEMENT FACULTY OF PHYSICS AND ENGINEERING UNIVERSITY
In today’s increasingly integrated technological market, the focus of study at a Physics and Engineering University expands to encompass the industry in its entirety and diversity. Apart from scientists and engineers, the University now prepares managers, economists and experts in business and computer science. These specialists need to have sufficient knowledge of physics and science in order to work with engineers and manage the development of technologically oriented economic systems. This requires specific organization of academic and course curricula in physics and science. They should address matters, relevant for managers and directors – e.g. what facilitates scientific development; the modes, in which scientific research promotes knowledge development, and other essential issues of innovative development. This article discusses the challenges and methods which help to conform the delivery of scientific subjects to future manages and economists. Further, it offers suggestions and recommendations.
YURI PETROVICH FIRSTOV, OLGA ALEXANDROVNA MOISEEVA, DMITRY SERGEEVICH AKULOV, IVAN STANISLAVOVICH TIMOFEEV AND PAVEL LEONIDOVICH FEDOROV