Thirteen out of eighteen graduates of both full-time and part-time Psychology of Management study programs receive honors diplomas. The Law study program had 52 graduates: five of whom graduated with honors. The Human Resource Management study program had 13 graduates of whom 11 performed excellence during the studies.
On July 20, diplomas were conferred to them all. PAARA Acting Rector Khachatur Ghazeyan congratulated them on the commencement and wished them good luck.
“From today on, you are part of our big team,” he said. “I am a graduate of this university, too, and I want to assure you that you all made the right choice, having studied in a university which gave you competitive knowledge.”
Khachatur Ghazeyan also congratulated the first batch of graduates of the Human Resource Management study program, asking them to display understanding if they had noticed any flaws in the organization of their education. He assured them that their remarks would contribute to the improvement of the educational process.
Head of the HRM program and the Chair of Psychology of Management Laura Petrosyan addressed the graduates as her colleagues, thanking them for their serious approach to the profession they had chosen and expressed hope that each of them would make the brand of the given program of PAARA.
Head of the Chair of Management Vilen Khachatryan admitted that when introducing a new study program, it is difficult to ensure quality education. But he hoped that PAARA had managed to do it.