01.03.02 Applied mathematics and information science

Students acquire knowledge and skills in mathematical modeling and programming enabling them, upon graduation, to work in the cutting-edge fields of science and engineering. The capacity to do research on a wide spectrum of objects, ranging from living nature to sophisticated land-based, underwater, aerial or space-based technological hardware systems, is a guarantee of employment. Fundamental mathematical training and the ability to work in various programming environments permit the students to continue their education in various master’s programs.
Level of education:
Bachelor's degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Mathematics (major)
— Russian language
— Information science and ICT
Programs, specializations:
Mathematical modeling and computational mathematics
Mathematical modeling and computational mathematics are essential to multi-criteria data processing and management in the context of complex dynamic systems, whether biological, economic or technological. A digital economy as a whole rests on the creation of services which are impossible to implement without the use of rigorous mathematical process models or the techniques of computational mathematics.
A programmer in mathematical modeling and computational mathematics, who can apply smart information processing and optimization techniques and is able to work with various operating systems, will be among the most in-demand specialists on the labor market.
Alumni can be employed as
  • systems analyst by banks, industrial corporations, or large industrial, administrative or manufacturing government entities
  • algorithm and software developer for complex information systems
  • database and expert system designer
  • developer of mathematical models for complex information systems
  • developer of mathematical support for information processing and control shaping in complex engineering systems
  • developer of mathematical software for multimedia database information processing
  • researcher in applied or computational mathematics and theoretical information science
Program subjects
  • Computer architecture
  • Programming languages
  • Intelligent systems
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Fundamentals of discrete mathematics
  • Basic mathematical modeling
  • Information systems analysis and design
  • Optimization techniques
  • Databases and expert systems
  • Operating systems
  • Automatic machines and algorithms
  • Numerical techniques
  • Random processes
  • Game theory and operations research
  • Functional analysis
  • Equations of mathematical physics
  • Finite-difference equation models with partial derivatives
Graduating Department:
Department of Higher Mathematics
System programming and computer technology
The program’s curriculum includes classical mathematical subjects as well as those relating to modern information technologies and programming.
The alumni’s field of professional activity has to do with designing, researching, making and operating large information systems to process heterogeneous data in the interests of government services and agencies as well as transport organizations, medical institutions, agricultural enterprises and various commercial companies.
Alumni can be employed as
  • systems analyst by banks and manufacturing companies
  • software engineer
  • mathematical engineer
  • algorithm and software developer for complex information systems
  • database and expert system designer
  • processor system developer
  • software architect
  • system administrator
Program subjects
  • Fundamentals of algorithmics
  • Databases
  • Fundamentals of programming
  • Computer architecture
  • Programming languages and methods
  • Numerical methods
  • Software product building techniques
  • Information systems analysis and design
  • Operating systems
  • Real-time operating systems
  • Computer graphics
  • Computer networks
  • Radar systems
  • Translator design
  • Software development management
  • Game theory and operations research
  • Computer-aided design systems
Graduating Department:
Core Department No. 536 on Software for Radio Electronic Equipment Systems