Bachelor Programme 010800.62 “Mechanics and Mathematical Modeling” (Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics)
Humanitarian, Social and Economic Cycle (31-39 credits)
History; Philosophy; Foreign Language (English); History of Mathematics and Mechanics; Fundamentals of Health; Fundamentals of Management; Russian Language and Speech Standards; Social, Legal and Ethical Questions of Information Technologies; Ethics.
Natural Sciences Cycle (40-50 credits)
Computational Approaches in Mechanics; Computer Science and Principles of Programming; Systems of Numerical Analytic Calculations; Probability Theory; Mathematical Statistics; Random Processes; Physics; Contemporary Software Packages and Computing Experiment.
High-Performance Computing in Mechanics and Physics; Computer Modeling of Solid Systems.
Professional Training Cycle (140-150 credits)
Personal and Social Safety; Algebra; Analytic Geometry; Differential Geometry; Differential Equations; Complex and Functional Analysis; Practical Laboratory and Computing Session in Theoretical Mechanics; Calculus; Continuous Media Mechanics; Theoretical Mechanics; Physics-and-Mechanics Practical Session and Computing Experiment; Numerical and Analytical Modeling in Mathematical Packages; Introduction to Mathematical Modeling; Finite-dimensional Optimization and Variational Calculus; Principles of Information Security and Copyright; Pedagogics; Strength of Materials; Elasticity Theory; Continuous Media Thermodynamics; Equations of Mathematical Physics; Stability of Motion.
Problems of Optimization with Linear Dynamical Systems,
Optimal Control by Dynamic Objects, Dynamic Stochastic Systems, Oscillations of Mechanical Systems, Hydraulic Gas Dynamics, Numerical Methods of Continuous Media Mechanics, Asymptotic Methods of Optimal Control, System Identification; Dynamics, Oscillations and Stability of Deformable Systems; Composite Mechanics; Mathematical Models of Deformable Solid Mechanics; Inelastic Models of Deformable Solids; Introduction to Rock Mechanics; Fundamentals of strength theory and Fracture Mechanics.
Physical Culture (2 credits)
Educational and Work Practice andor Research & Development (6-10 credits)
Final State Certification (8 credits)
Elective Courses (10 credits)