27.03.03 System analysis and management

In this area of training, students acquire the competences required for successful use of digital technologies of the modeling, management, analysis and synthesis of system solutions in order to create complex engineering products. The educational program is built around the principle of integrated and harmonized combination of system-, architecture- and project-oriented approaches toward the life cycle management of complex engineering facilities.
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:
Automated systems engineering
Upon completion of this program, students become professionals in the development of principles, means, methods and tools of human activity dedicated to modeling, system-level analysis, management, synthesis, manufacture and operation of automated systems and other complex engineering objects.

Successful alumni become engineers who can competently participate in developing software and algorithms to support the life cycle of complex engineering products. The experience of leading foreign and domestic companies in system engineering and engineering project management, as well as educational programs of leading foreign universities, were taken into account when shaping the curriculum.

The training program is customized to meet the needs and requirements of specific employers in high-tech industries, such as nuclear energy, and those that develop complex data collection and processing systems as well as the needs of research institutions and innovation-based development centers.

Alumni will be able to successfully work in teams conducting research and development in the following areas:
- writing of software and algorithms for lifecycle management systems, including their conceptual and engineering design, testing, operation and maintenance
- design and operation of digital manufacturing sites
- requirements engineering
- life cycle information support for complex engineering products
- object-oriented, structural, functional, and simulation modeling of complex engineering objects

The program is implemented in cooperation with the following international partners:
- Institut d’Électronique, de Microélectronique et de Nanotechnologie; École Centrale de Lille
- International Council for Systems Engineering (INCOSE)
- International Project Management Association (IPMA)
Alumni can be employed as
  • process engineer
  • system analyst
  • system architect
  • complex computer system developer
Program subjects
  • Systems engineering
  • Systems theory and analysis
  • Programming theory and tools
  • System modeling
  • Requirements engineering
  • Decision-making models and techniques
  • Lifecycle control information technology
  • Project administration
  • System verification and validation
  • Configuration control
  • System architecture
Graduating departments:
•    Systems Engineering Department
•    Core Department No. 533 on Information and Management Space Complexes