Specialist Training (Extended Bachelor) Programme 090303.65 “Information security of automated systems” (Faculty of Physics)
Humanitarian, Social and Economic Cycle (32-39 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: History, Principles of Management Review, Law, Economics, Philosophy, Foreign Language (English), English, Cultural Studies.
Optional Subjects: Psychology, Sociology.
Mathematics and Natural Sciences Cycle (74-83 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: Algorithms and programming languages, Analytic Geometry, Discrete Mathematics, Linear Algebra, Mathematical logic and theory of algorithms, mathematical analysis, Mechanics, Molecular Physics, Optics, Theory of Probability and Mathematical Statistics, Information Theory, Nuclear and particle physics of atoms and atomic phenomena , Electricity and Magnetism, differential equations, integral equations and calculus of variations, complex function theory.
Optional Subjects: Electronics, theory of electrical circuits.
Special Subjects: Cryptographic protocols and standards, and Open Information Systems
Professional Training Cycle (140-150 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: Security of operating systems, Security of computer networks, Security systems, Databases, Computer graphics and engineering, Cryptographic methods of information security, General Physics Workshop, Organizational and legal support for information security, Computer organization and computer systems, Foundations of Information Security Program-hardware-based security, Development and operation of secure automated systems, Networks and information transmission system, Technical protection of information technology and programming techniques, Information Security Management, Electronics circuit design, Programming languages and Safety, Antennas and microwave devices, Linear systems electronics , Object-oriented Programming, Operating Systems, Workshop on Electronics, Radio workshop, Database management systems, Solid State Electronics.
Optional Subjects: Metrology and Electrical Measurements, Theory of telecommunications, Intelligent systems and technologies, Technical means of physical objects, Databases, Operating System, UNIX, Design and development of information systems, Interface design, WEB-technologies, Design of local networks.
Special Subjects: An audit of information technology and information security systems, Virtual Private Networks, Security in open systems.
Physical Culture (2 credits)
Educational and Work Practice andor Research & Development (15-18 credits)
Final State Certification (18-21 credits)
Elective Courses (13 credits)
Additional chapters of information security