Specialties

EP «Information Systems Software»
Information systems software is a competitive proposal for specialty 126 “Information systems and technologies”, which involves the training of specialists in working with information systems and technologies, includes a block of blockchain disciplines and distributed systems. The curriculum was developed on the basis of the interaction of the PIITU department with the leading European universities in France, Italy, Germany, Sweden, Liechtenstein, Norway, Slovenia and Lithuania within the framework of the international project MASTIS.
About the bid:
The purpose of the tender proposal is to train specialists in the development and maintenance of information systems and technologies for various purposes.
Basic disciplines in information technology: “Object-oriented programming”, “Operating systems”, “Fundamentals of web technologies”, “Design of databases”, “Technologies for the development of web-oriented systems”, “Fundamentals of design of information systems”, “Network technologies”, “Administration of information systems”, “Fundamentals of security of information systems”, “Programming web applications. “Blockchain disciplines: “Blockchain Basics”, “Fundamentals of Cryptography and Cryptanalysis”, “Smart Contracts”, “Blockchain Platforms and Blockchain Ecosystems”.
Basic disciplines in applied mathematics: “Mathematical analysis”, “Probability theory and mathematical statistics”, “Algorithms and data structures”, “Computer mathematics”, “Information processing methods”, “Optimization methods”, “Decision theory”.
After completing the bachelor’s degree, graduates work in the positions of software developers and testers (Junior Developer, Junior QA).

Qualification: Bachelor of Information Systems and Technology

EP «Software Engineering»
Software Engineering is a competitive proposal for specialty 121 “Software Engineering”, which involves the training of specialists in the design, development, design and testing of software. The curricula of the competition proposal was drawn up taking into account the experience of leading European and American universities, as well as the needs of IT companies and information and analytical departments of enterprises and organizations.
About the bid:
The purpose of the bid is to train software engineering specialists in different subject areas.
Basic disciplines in information technology: “Object-oriented programming”, “Operating systems”, “Database design”, “Technologies for the development of web-oriented systems”, “Network technologies”, “Technologies for the development of mobile systems”, “Programming in Java Script, Java EE, .NET”, “Software and data security”, “Software quality”, “Knowledge-based software”, “Software architecture and design”, “Software modeling and analysis”, “Software engineering project management”.
Basic disciplines in applied mathematics for software engineering: “Discrete Mathematics”, “Algorithms and Data Structures”, “Numerical Methods”, “Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics”, “Information Processing Methods”, “Optimization Methods”, “Decision Theory”
After completing the bachelor’s degree, graduates work in the positions of software developers and testers (Junior Developer, Junior QA).

Qualifications: Bachelor of Software Engineering.

EP «Computer Sciences and Intelligent Systems»
Computer Sciences and Artificial Intelligence is a competitive proposal for specialty 122 “Computer Sciences”, which involves training specialists in the development of information technologies for managing complex systems and processes for various purposes based on artificial intelligence. The curricula of the competition proposal was drawn up taking into account the experience of leading European and American universities, as well as the needs of IT companies and information and analytical departments of enterprises and organizations.
About the offer:
The purpose of the tender proposal is to train specialists in the development of information technology decision support for different areas and levels of management.
Basic disciplines in information technology “Object-oriented programming”, “Operating systems”, “Database design”, “Network technologies”, “Web technologies”, “Programming in Java Script, Java EE, .NET”, “Program security and Data”, “Software Quality and Testing”, “Information Systems Design”, “IT Project Management”.
Basic disciplines in applied mathematics and artificial intelligence: “Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics”, “Systems Modeling”, “Information Processing Methods”, “Knowledge Representation in Intelligent Systems”, “Artificial Intelligence Systems”, “Data Mining”, “Decision making theory”.
After completing the bachelor’s degree, graduates work in the positions of software developers and testers (Junior Developer, Junior QA).

Qualification: Bachelor of Computer Sciences.