Gubkin University offers training in 29 Bachelor’s, 3 Specialist’s, 92 Master’s and 44 PhD programs.
Bachelor’s and Specialist’s programs are undergraduate academic programs awarded to students upon completion of four-year and five/ five and a half-year university studies respectively. Both types of programs require applicants to hold a secondary school diploma.
Master’s programs are second-cycle academic degree programs awarded upon completion of two-year studies demonstrating mastery or a high-order overview of a specific field. Master’s programs require applicants to hold a Bachelor’s or Specialist’s degree diploma.
Postgraduate school trains academic personnel. Graduating students are awarded a PhD diploma. Postgraduate programs require applicants to hold a Master’s or Specialist’s degree diploma. Gubkin University curriculum offers a two-tier program in postgraduate studies: applicants work from three to four years of studies toward candidate of sciences designation and afterwards from five to fifteen years toward doctor of sciences designation. Both are viewed as an equivalent to PhD.