The opening introduction start with General words concerning the current state of Affairs in the sphere of knowledge, the problems of which covers course work. The introduction should be a logical beginning of the narrative, and gradually let down to the thought that the chosen theme of the course is relevant.
Relevance of the chosen theme especially stands out. Specify the need for solutions to existing problems, which you come to the course work and the positive results that these solutions can bring. Use formulaic expressions, for example: "the relevance of the chosen topic due to the fact that...".
Often the requirements for course work required to specify the subject and the object of study. The definition of object and subject that often causes confusion. The subject is the one who does the action. Object – the one who is acted upon.
The purpose of writing work - the next stage of the introduction course. The wording of this part of the text usually begins with the words "the Purpose of this study is...". The aim of the course work most often write:

•search and identification of effective ways to improve..."

•"analysis and definition of prospects of development..."

There are also different expressions, the overall meaning of which is to find ways of improving the existing system of knowledge in a particular area.
After defining the target pass to the objectives of the study. The language used might be: "To achieve this goal, we have defined the following research objectives". The tasks themselves are listed below the numbered or marked list. Here is valid the following relationship. Each objective of the study corresponds to the name of the individual sub-chapters of the course. Thus, the number of tasks will always be approximately the same as the total number of subentries in the work.
Sometimes in the introduction to the course required to specify the research methods that were used when writing work. For example, comparative, analytical, monographic, and others.
At the end of the introduction indicates the number of figures and tables used in the work, the number of sources in the reference list, number of applications, and sometimes the total number of pages of the study.