Bachelor Programme 010300.62 “Fundamental computer science and information technology” (Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics)
Humanitarian, Social and Economic Cycle (30-35 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: History, Philosophy, Foreign language (English), Psychological bases of professional activity.
Optional Subjects: Jurisprudence, Economy, Principles of Management, Pedagogy, History and Methodology of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Psychology, Cultural science, Social science, Accounting, Political science.
Natural Sciences Cycle (65-75 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: Algebra and Geometry, Computational mathematics, Differential and difference equations, Multiple integrals and series, Mathematical logic and theory of algorithms, Mathematical analysis, Optimization Methods and Operations Research, Theory of Automata and Formal Languages, Theory of Probability and Mathematical Statistics, Modeling of information processes, Non-classical logic, Theory of finite graphs and its applications.
Optional Subjects: Algorithmic methods of structural analysis of documents, Computer and probabilistic statistical modeling, Physics, Parallel computing,Distributed algorithms, Queueing Systems.
Professional Training Cycle (70-80 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: Health and Safety, Algorithms and complexity analysis, Computer Systems, Intelligent Systems, Computer Graphics, Computer Networks, Methods and Software Engineering, Operating Systems, Fundamentals of discrete mathematics, Software engineering, Database technology, Programming languages, Administrative Information Systems, Principles and Design implementation of information systems, Project management.
Optional Subjects: Computational geometry algorithms and computer graphics, Social Information Technology, Mathematical and Computer Modeling, Principles of information security and copyright, Document Management Systems, Social and ethical questions of information technology, Geographic Information Systems, Technology development of distributed applications, Component programming, Global Information Resources.
Physical Culture (2 credit unit)
Educational and Work Practice andor Research & Development (12-25 credit unit)
Final State Certification (12 credit unit)
Elective Courses (10 credit unit)
Introduction To Information Technology, Group project-Based Learning, Work Organization