Department of Humanities

In 1959, on September 1st, Garamjav D., who is an honorary professor of the Mongolian National University of Science and Technology, began the current study of Humanities in Mongolia.  He started by teaching the students in the Construction and Engineering Department of the National University of Mongolia about the history of the Communist Party in the Russian Federation.


Some professional teachers from the Mongolian Revolution Party’s History, Communist Party of Russian Federation, Theory of Science and Communism, Science of Politic and Economic and Philosophy of Faculty of Social Science of NUM were promoted as main lecturers of Polytechnic University. This was the beginning of the School of Social Technology.

Following institutions worked in cooperation to promote the Humanities such as Faculty of Engineer and Economics, Faculty of Geology and Mining, Faculty of Society of Politic and Faculty of Basic Education of Engineer. 

There were also distinguished professors from these faculties who were instrumental in promoting the study of Humanities.  Dogsom B., an associate professor and doctor (Ph.D), worked as a principal at the Faculty of History. Between 1980 and 1990, Davaadorj.Ts, a professor and doctor, worked as the principal of Faculty of Science of Politics and Economics.  Shortly thereafter the Faculty of Politics and Economics was disbanded.  However, it emerged as the Faculty of Social Sciences newly.  In 1992, Enkhbaatar A, an associate professor, was promoted as a Chair to oversee the Faculty of Social Sciences.
The above institutions and educators played a main role in helping Mongolian students obtain a more global outlook.  This perspective was reinforced on the state exams given by the Science of Politic and Economic, History of Mongolian Revolutionary Party and Philosophy. As the Faculty of Social Science began to flourish, the following educators made significant contributions:

  • Dagvadorj B., a doctor, a professor and a distinguished teacher of Mongolia
  • Byambadorj J., a doctor (Ph.D)
  • Zagd G., an associate professor and distinguished economist of Mongolia
  • Davaadorj Ts., a doctor (Ph.D) and a professor
  • Laagan B. and Binderiya S.,  associate professors
  • Jambaldorj L., a doctor (Ph.D) and a vice-president
  • Garamjav T

Likewise the honorary professors at the University of Technique also made significant impact on the early formation of Humanities in Mongolia.   The following educators had all obtained their doctorates and were associate professors:   Galsan S., Chunagsuren J., Batsukh D., Amarjargal P., Gankhuyag Sh., Dogsom B.,  Norjvaanchig B., Batkhuyag D., and Tseren G.    Narandulam D. and Otgontsagaan B, were senior teachers.  Dulmaa S., Batjargal B., Khishgee D., Tsend-Ayush G. and Tsegmid D. were assistants.  Bamba Sh., Oyunchimeg N., Ariuntsetseg S. and Tsetsgee D. were teachers and staff.  In addition to those who have served in the past, are the following doctors and associate professors who have worked and continue to currently teach:  Luvsandorj Sh., Tseren Ts., Enkhbaatar A. and Amarjargal T.  As a senior teacher, Ganbold D. has and continues to work to date within the Humanities Department at the University of Technique. 

In 1997, the Social Science Department was a part of the Engineering Basic Education School (EBES).  But on April 10, 2000, according to Rector’s Resolution Number 196, the Social Science Department transitioned to the School of Humanities.  Then in 2001, according to the Resolution Number 181, the School of Humanities was named School of Humanity Science.  This took place when the Mongolian National University of Science and Technology was transformed into the Mongolia’s University of Technique. This newly established university became the generator for the next new structure.  The following were the Faculty of Social Care Specialist-Philosophy and Faculty of Culture Study and History: Enkhbaatar A., associate professor, worked as the School’s Director and Tsetsgee D. worked as an Assistant Director. In 2003, Erdenebold Ts., a doctor and a professor (Sc.D), worked as a director of the particular school.  Then from 2003-2008, Enkhtsatsral S. served as the Assistant Director.  After  Enkhtsatsral S., in 2008, Ariuntogos.D became the Assistant Director. 

From 2005-2008, the following five teams were working under the leadership and direction of the respective professors: 

  • “Philosophy and Culture Study” was led by Mendsaikhan D, a doctor.  
  • “History-Anthropoly” was led by Dolgor B., a doctor.  
  • “Tourism Region Study” was led by Galiimaa N., a doctor and an associate professor.
  • “Social Specialized Care” was led by Davaajav B., an associate professor.
  • “Politics and Strategy Study” was led by Erdenbold Ts., a professor and a doctor (Sc.D).

In 2008, according to Rector’s resolution number 353, an intiative led by teachers and staff was approved by the Board of MUST.  This resolution made for structural change from the School of Humanities to School of Social Technology.  Therefore, “History and Tourism” team with the leader Galiimaa N., a doctor and associate professor, became the “Philosophy, Culture and Politics Study” team under the leadership of Enkhbaatar A., a doctor and an associate professor.  This team then embarked on doing research work and analysis.

  • In 1959, the teachers and professors of Philosophy, History, Politic and Economic of Faculty of Social Science of National University of Mongolia, started teaching a lesson of social science in the branch of Construction Engineering.
  • In 1982, Polytechnic University was established with three assistants, about thirty teachers and three faculties of Philosophy, History, Politic and Economic in order to become independent.
  • In 1983, the above faculties became relevant in rectorat of Polytechnic University.
  • In 1992, the “Faculty of Social Sciences” was established by emerging the of the  Faculty of Philosophy and History and disbanding Faculty of Politics and Economic Sciences.
  • In 1998, students were enrolled for the first time as “Culture Study” majors.
  • In 2000, Faculty of Social Science became “School of Humanity Science.”   Enkhbaatar A., an associate professor, became its director.  Amarjargal T., a senior teacher, became the principal of Faculty of Social Care and Philosophy. Ganbold D., also a senior teacher, became principal of Faculty of Culture Study and History.
  • In 2009, on January 1st, the School of Humanities name was changed to School of Social Technology according to the MUST’s Rector’s Resolution Number 353 dated December 9, 2008.  Between 2002 and 2006, Luvsandorj Sh., a professor of faculty (Ph,D) and an associate professor. 
  • Between 2004 and 2007, Nyamdorj Ya., a doctor (Sc.D)
  • Between 2007-2008, Dolgor B., Galiimaa N., and Boldbaatar Yu., doctors and associate professors, worked as professors of teams.
  • Between 2008 – 2009, the team of Tourism and Region Study was combined with the team History and Human study to create the team of Tourism. 


Department of Humanities, School of Business Administration and Humanities

-As of July 1, 2014, the Department of Humanities began working as a new structure. 
-Between 2014-2023, Dr.Galiimaa N and Battseren.Ts worked as Chair of Departments.

-2023- present Dr.Bolormaa Oyunchimeg, Chair of Department of Humanities







Chair of Department/Ph.D/Assoc.Prof








Serdaram D.

Senior Lecturer/Ph.D/Assoc.Prof


Boldbaatar Yu.

Senior Lecturer/Ph.D/Assoc.Prof



Senior Lecturer/Ph.D/Assoc.Prof



Senior Lecturer /Ph.D/Assoc.Prof


Naran-Oyun G.

Senior Lecturer /Ph.D/Assoc.Prof


Khatanbaatar D.

Senior Lecturer/Ph.D



Senior Lecturer /Ph.D/Assoc.Prof


Javzansuren M.

Senior Lecturer/Ph.D


Enkhtsolmon E.

Senior Lecturer


Munkhnasan B.

Senior Lecturer



Senior Lecturer/Ph.D


Vanchigdash Ch.

Senior Lecturer


Bolormaa S.

Senior Lecturer


Bat-Erdene S.

Senior Lecturer/Ph.D


Naranbaatar B.

Senior lecturer


Munkhbayar Kh

Senior lecturer/Ph.D


Ochirpurev D

Senior lecturer/Ph.D


Ariunbold G.

Assistant of Department

Department of Humanities have paid great attention to extending and developing foreign affairs. It has been working effectively by writing creations together, holding seminar, conference of analysis, exchanging students and teachers, making a deal and contract to cooperate with school of Social Science and Teacher's University of Inner Mongolia, School of Mongol Study of University of Inner Mongolia. Last a few years we are continuing to work with History Museum of Ethnology of Osaka, University of Niigata of Japan, University of Marburg of German, Branch of Uist-Williams of University of Teacher of Irkutsk, University of Irkutsk, University of Technology.