38.03.05 Business informatics

The program in this area offers training for future leaders of the IT industry. It includes the study of theoretical principles and acquisition of practical skills to solve problems of analysis, modeling and management of enterprise business processes. The program is also aimed to teach students to work out guidelines for rationalizing enterprise architecture. Considerable attention is given to the study of methods and tools for the analysis and modeling of organizational and technological processes at enterprises, as well as various types of automation systems: information systems for enterprise resource management, production executive systems, enterprise asset management systems, corporate electronic document flow management systems, operational support systems activity, and business or business processes.
Level of education:
Bachelor's degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Mathematics (major)
— Russian language
— Social science/ Information science and ICT/ History
Programs, specializations:
Enterprise architecture
The program trains specialists in Big Data Intelligence (including the open data concept) in economics and management. During their studies, students receive theoretical and practical training in the integral representation of strategies and goals, business processes, and IT infrastructure of enterprises of various industries and different forms of ownership. Graduates are able to build the IT infrastructure of an enterprise, which implies a thorough analysis of business processes, problem setting, development, and implementation of information systems and services into the business management system and their operation.
Alumni can be employed as
  • business analyst
  • process control specialist
  • information technology manager
  • information systems specialist
  • information technology project manager
Program subjects
  • Enterprise architecture
  • Databases
  • Computing systems, networks and telecommunications
  • Marketing
  • Management
  • Business process modeling
  • Operating systems
  • Programming
  • Information systems design
  • Probability theory and mathematical statistics
  • E-business
  • Decision support systems
  • Information system interfaces
  • Corporate information systems
Graduating department:
Department of Information Technologies in Public Administration