124 System Analysis

Systems analysis is a scientific method of cognition that determines the sequence of actions to determine the structural relationships between elements of the system under study, as well as a modern scientific approach that includes the development and application of effective methods to solve problems in complex systems.

The success of the application of systems analysis in solving complex problems is determined by the capabilities of modern information technology. Systems analysis provides the ability to perform analysis, forecasting, design and decision making in complex systems of different nature based on systems methodology.

Educational Program

Systems Analysis and Management

Graduating Department

System Analysis and Information-Analytical analytical technologies

Brief description

The main purpose of training is to train professionals who can design complex information systems, develop new and apply existing methods of systems analysis and management to solve complex problems in various fields.

Employment opportunities

Graduates can work as programmers and business system analysts at IT enterprises of any level, financial institutions, high-tech industrial complexes, analytical departments of institutions, environmental facilities, energy and housing and communal services.

Selective educational components (Profile blocks). Brief description

1. Systems Analysis and Management

A feature of the disciplines of the block “Systems Analysis and Management” is their focus on deepening mathematical and software training in the field of theory of automatic control and systems analysis. Skills in the design and development of information and analytical systems are supported by the study of modern programming technologies.

2. Information technology system analysis

A feature of the disciplines of the block “Information technology systems analysis” is their focus on deepening training in the field of information technology design and development of modern computer systems and web applications.