01.03.01. Mathematics and Computer Science
- Computing, software, information systems and computer technologies
- Data analysis and artificial intelligence
The professional activity of a graduate of the training area "Mathematics and Computer Science" is aimed at development and application of mathematical and algorithmic methods to solving problems in the field of mathematical and computer modeling of various systems (physical, technical, economic, etc.), as well as at development of software systems and complexes for solving applied research problems.
01.03.02 Applied Mathematics and Computer Science
- Computational mathematics and mathematical modeling
The training here is aimed at raising experts in the field of applied mathematics, programming, information and communication technologies, computer systems and networks. Our graduates combine a profound mathematical education with the ability to apply it to modeling and research in relation to a wide variety of processes based on computational mathematics and new cybernetic approaches.
09.03.01 Information Science and Computing
- Software for computing and automated systems
This is an area of training related to computers, information systems and networks, automated information processing and control systems, computer-aided design systems and information support for products, software development for automated systems. The training area has many training profiles suggesting specialization in certain aspects of information systems, technologies, taking into account industry specifics.
09.03.02 Information systems and technologies
- Applied programming in information systems
This training area relates to information processes, technologies, systems and networks, their instrumental (software, technical, organizational) support, ways and methods of design, production and operation of information technologies and systems. Graduates are engaged in research, development, implementation and maintenance of various information technologies and systems. Depending on the profile of study (specialization), graduates apply their knowledge in the following areas: mechanical engineering, instrument engineering, science, technology, education, medicine, administration, jurisprudence, business, entrepreneurship, commerce, management, banking systems, information systems security, technological processes management, mechanics, technical physics, energy, nuclear energy, power electronics, metallurgy, construction and others.
09.03.03 Applied Information Science
- Applied Information Science in Economics
This area of training relates to system analysis, formalization of solutions to tasks and processes of information systems, development of requirements for creation and development of information systems and its components, feasibility study of design solutions, development and implementation of projects for automation and informatization of applied processes and creation of information systems in applied areas.
09.03.04 Software Engineering
- Software development and maintenance
This area provides training for programmers who are ready for industrial production of software for information and computing systems of various purposes. Graduates will be able to carry out activities in management of software product development and maintain software at all stages of its life cycle.
Graduates will learn how to use various programming languages and technologies, develop various software products from industrial information systems and Internet services to computer games and mobile applications.
10.03.01 Information security
- Organization and technology of information protection
Students study development trends of information security, models of possible threats, terminology and basic concepts of information security theory, as well as regulatory documents of Russia on this issue and rules for obtaining appropriate licenses.
Activity of graduates involves collection and analysis of materials from organizations and enterprises for taking measures to ensure information security; search for possible channels of leakage of information representing state, military, official or commercial secrets; assessment of relevance, prospects and significance of design objects; participation in development of new control automation tools, control equipment schemes, information security models and systems and much more.
10.05.01 Computer security
- Information-analytical and technical expertise of computer systems
Students study programming languages, basics of computer security, cryptographic methods of protecting information, network administration, technical means and methods of protecting information, algorithms for coding and compressing information, analysis of software vulnerabilities.
Graduates can develop and apply methods, means of protection, control software creation processes, analyze protection of computer systems against viruses. Specialists work in government and local authorities, in industrial enterprises, financial institutions, banks and other institutions.
10.05.02 Information security of telecommunication systems
- Technical protection of information in information and telecommunication systems
Students study basics of information security, electronics and circuitry, programming methods, hardware of telecommunication systems, modeling of telecommunication systems and networks, wireless communication systems and their security, information technology.
Graduates can evaluate effectiveness of information protection systems in telecommunication systems, build effective models of signals, interference and communication channels, design secure information and telecommunication systems. Specialists work in commercial banks, government agencies, including power structures, security departments in various organizations with different forms of ownership.
10.05.03 Information security of automated systems
- Development of automated systems in a protected design
Students study security of operating systems, security of computer networks, security of database systems, cryptographic methods for protecting information, organization of computers and computing systems, networks and systems of information transmission, technical protection of information, programming technologies and methods, electronics and circuitry, programming languages.
Graduates will be able to assess information security risks in an automated system, collect and analyze initial data for design of secure information technologies, and develop secure automated systems. Specialists work in banks and other financial organizations, government bodies, power structures, customs, tax authorities, media, industrial and trade enterprises.
11.03.02 Infocommunication technologies and communication systems
- Infocommunication systems and networks
This training area relates to preparation of specialists in telecommunications and communications, who are able to introduce and master innovative equipment for infocommunication systems, modernize individual devices and blocks of infocommunication systems. They are proficient in methods and algorithms for analysis of infocommunication processes and objects, can carry out mathematical modeling of infocommunication processes, objects and networks on the basis of both standard computer-aided design and research packages and independently created original programs.
Graduates will be able to develop and operate communication networks and systems, multichannel telecommunication systems.
11.03.04 Electronics and Nanoelectronics
This is a direction that implies a combination of basic training in disciplines like physics, mathematics, computer science with special training in the field of computer and measurement technologies in tool building and the creation of information and measurement systems. The graduate’s professional activity includes a set of tools, methods and techniques aimed at theoretical and experimental research in the field of nanoelectronics, developing new technologies, computer and mathematical modeling, design, engineering, production technology, operation of materials, components, devices, installations of plasma, microwave, solid-state, optical, micro - and nanoelectronics of various functional purposes.