38.04.05 Business informatics

Alumni’s professional activity will focus on enterprise architecture, the methods and tools of creating and developing e-enterprises and their components, business management information systems and data communication technologies, information system and data communication technology lifecycle management methods and tools, innovations and innovative processes in information and data communication technologies.
Level of education:
Master’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Theory of management, economics and law
Programs, specializations:
Information system design and implementation
Students receive theoretical instruction and practical training in the strategic development planning of information systems and data communication technologies essential to enterprise and process lifecycle management.
Alumni can be employed as
  • business analyst
  • systems analyst
  • information systems specialist
  • information technology project manager
Program subjects
  • Automation of business processes
  • Information management
  • Mathematical information system modeling methods
  • Software reliability and testing
  • Information system efficiency evaluation
  • Planning and supervision in information system development
  • Balanced scorecard system
  • Systems approach to information system design
  • Wide-area information systems
  • Digital business transformation
Graduating department:
Department of Information Technologies in Public Administration