MASTERS OF ARTS' INTERDISCIPLINARY ENGLISH-LANGUAGE TRAINING: DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES AND FINANCIAL CONTROL
This research covers the issues of interdisciplinary English-language training of masters of Arts, in particular, the implementation of digital technologies and artificial intelligence (DT and AI) in the field of financial control together with a deep study of the used terminology and terms. The study aims to determine that widening law-students' knowledge of these issues enlarges their chances to promote in career after graduation from Law Institute, RUDN University. The relevance and novelty of this article lie in the interdisciplinary teaching the English-language professionally-focused skills necessary for Law Institute non-immigrant students to effectively interact within the processes of financial control with the usage of digital technologies and artificial intelligence. The article analyses the interconnection of financial monitoring and digital economy, the influence of DT and AI on a financial controller's daily routine highlighting cognitive technologies' opportunities in the field of financial control; it touches some risks that a financial controller of the new era experiences, and provides law-students with some instruments to overcome possible difficulties. The study conclusions highlight the necessity for the law students to widen their knowledge of DT and AI implementation in the field of financial control together with the adequate usage of appropriate terminology and terms; pair and group classroom activities made lessons more learner-centred; the implemented learning strategies and techniques while teaching masters of arts helped them when learning new terms and using language, deducing the meaning of words from context, and predicting content before reading. The presented results can be used by researchers of law and linguistics.