Model of Professionally Important Qualities of Bachelor Degree Students of Higher Technical Educational Institution for the Admission to Master’s Course

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O. Artemenko, D. Artemenko, N. Cherednychenko (2017). Model of Professionally Important Qualities of Bachelor Degree Students of Higher Technical Educational Institution for the Admission to Master’s Course. Mechanics, Materials Science & Engineering, Vol 10. doi:10.2412/mmse.40.52.685

Authors: O. Artemenko, D. Artemenko, N. Cherednychenko

ABSTRACT. The analysis of professional training activity of Bachelor degree student was performed and the main factors affecting the PIQ of future magistracy graduates were defined. The minimum PIQ level of future master’s was experimentally investigated and substantiated. A graphic model of the PIQ in the polar coordinate system was offered to assess the suitability of the Bachelor degree student for the admission to the magistracy.

Keywords: automatic admission, a graphical model of professionally important qualities, the chart in the polar coordinate system

DOI 10.2412/mmse.40.52.685

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