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Russian engineering education in the era of alteration

M.V. Lukyanenko, O.A. Polezhaev, N.P. Churlyaeva
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M.V. Lukyanenko,
PhD, Professor,
Head of the Department of Automatic Control Systems
Siberian State Aerospace University (SibSAU)
O.A. Polezhaev,
Head training department.
«Krasmashzavod», Krasnoyarsk
N.P. Churlyaeva,
Doctor of Education, Professor,
The Department of Automatic Control Systems
Siberian State Aerospace University (SibSAU),
Evolution of Siberian State Aerospace University as an example of changes in engineering education on the way from a planned economy to market economy is presented. The authors critically comprehended and generalized teaching experience in this institution projected on the entire system of engineering education under conditions of it’s reformation “from above”.
Key words: reformation of higher education, engineering training.
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