• ‘Operational Risks and Technogenic Safety’

    • Full-time
    • 2 years
    • RU
    • 350 000 RUB
  • Entrance exams

    • Economic Theory
    • Foreign language (English, Chinese, German, French, Spanish)
  • Accreditation and Partners

Andrey Mikhailovich Gurovich

This program is aimed at training personnel, whose activities will be connected with forming general rules and rules for providing economic incentives and regulators (insurance, licensing, declaration, tax privileges, credit, depreciation) to achieve a rational level of risk in case of an emergency, as well as to take effective measures to eliminate them and to mitigate consequences.

Main disciplines

  • Scientific and Theoretical Foundations for Ensuring Economic Security in the Russian Federation in Conditions of Emergency Situations
  • Methodological Basis for Analysing Economic Security at the Regional and Municipal Levels
  • Designing a System for Minimizing Risks and Ensuring Economic Security in Emergency Situations
  • Economic Analysis and Budgeting for the Prevention and Management of Emergencies
  • Development and Implementation of Protection Systems of Population and Territories in Emergency Situations
  • Methods of Calculating Damage Compensation for an Economic Entity and Population as a Result of Emergency Situations


Our students have internships in state and commercial structures, analytical, design companies, such as the Regional Security Departments under the Government of the subjects of the Russian Federation, the Main Departments of the State Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation, leading scientific and analytical organisations. Our students design and develop security systems to prevent emergency situations and reduce their consequences.

Our graduates are employed by regional security agencies under the Government of the Russian Federation, Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia, leading scientific and analytical organisations, which design and create security systems for preventing emergency situations and mitigating consequences.