The main part of the course work. The structure of the main part of the course work depends on the specific features of the topic under consideration. It should contain the results of a study conducted by the author. In accordance with the logic of the study, the main part is divided into 2-4 chapters. If necessary, chapters can be divided into paragraphs. The titles of chapters and paragraphs should be simple narrative sentences, reflecting the essence of the question under consideration. The titles of individual chapters should not repeat the title of the course work, the names of paragraphs should not coincide with the title of the chapter. Traditionally, the text of the main part of the course work is divided into three chapters: theoretical, analytical and recommendatory.
The theoretical chapter of the course work (10-15 pp.) Involves the study of the theoretical aspects of the chosen topic the modern system of views on this problem in domestic and foreign literature, discussion approaches and different points of view on the issues under consideration. Here it is also necessary to characterize the degree of problem elaboration in literary sources (magazine and newspaper articles, monographs, etc.) and in materials of specialized Internet sites, study regulations in this area, summarize the experience of implementing this problem in the activities of domestic and foreign organizations When used in the text of quotations it is necessary to give references to the sources used. The analytical chapter of the course work (15-20 p.)
Is performed on the basis of materials (factual data) collected by the student. Depending on the topic of the course work, the student can explore specific issues of a particular organization, industry or national economy as a whole. The collected data are compared in time, or by territory, or from different authors, or by other logical basis, based on the tables, charts, graphs, charts, etc. are constructed, and dependencies and trends are identified. The advisory chapter of the course work (5-10 pp.), As a rule, is devoted to substantiating recommendations and suggestions that flow from the conducted research, specially developed literature, the experience of other territories, researchers, and foreign experience. Each chapter must be completed with brief conclusions set out in several short sentences. Conclusions should not be quotations from documents or studied literature they should be formulated independently.
Conclusion (2-3 pages) of the course work serves to summarize the work and to present the main results of the study. In the Conclusion it is necessary to summarize the results of the study, including the conclusions of individual chapters, to formulate general results of the work. Conclusions must comply with the objectives and objectives of the course work stated in the Introduction. It is important to emphasize that the new author of the course work was able to identify during the study. The list of sources used (at least 15) a mandatory part of the course work. A bibliographic list of used sources and literature is a list of all the documents used when working on the topic, with their full description of the requirements of the standards.