09.03.02 Information systems and technologies

Students who chose this area of specialization receive training in the development and operation of geoinformation systems, processing and analysis of spatial data, development of geoportals, geo-services and business solutions for a wide range of consumers in the public and private sector. Students study modern technologies for collecting, storing, analyzing and visualizing spatial data, including Earth remote sensing and three-dimensional data, methods for developing geographic information systems and geographic databases.
Level of education:
Bachelor's degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Mathematics (major)
— Russian language
— Informatics and ICT \ Physics
Programs, specializations:
Geographic information systems
As part of the program, students study technologies for creating geoinformation systems, applications, services and solutions based on spatial data, methods of modeling and visualizing spatial objects in 2D and 3D, master modern software in cartography, geoinformatics and processing of aerospace images. Students profoundly study computer technology and the specifics of the operation of geoinformation systems and complexes. In a modern technical university, students receive in-depth knowledge and skills in specialized IT technologies. Classes are held in modern educational laboratories.
Alumni can be employed as
  • specialists in geographic information systems (GIS specialists)
  • developers of geographic information systems (GIS programmers)
  • spatial data analysts (GIS analysts)
  • programmers
  • web developers
Program subjects
  • Automated processing of aerospace images
  • Introduction to professional activity
  • Geography
  • Geoinformation mapping
  • Geoinformation analysis
  • Geo-marketing
  • Geoportals and geo-services
  • Decoding of aerospace images
  • Publication of digital cartographic materials
  • Infographics in geographic information systems
  • Cartography
  • Mathematical cartography
  • Mobile geographic information systems
  • Modeling of transport networks
  • Legal regulation in geographic information systems
  • Cloud technologies in geographic information systems
  • Basics of Geodesy
  • Basics of geographic information systems
  • Fundamentals of Earth Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry
  • Basics of cadastral activities
  • Basics of organizing monitoring of hazardous natural and man-made processes and emergencies
  • Industry geographic information systems
  • Registration of digital maps and atlases
  • Application of geoinformation technologies in urban planning and territorial administration
  • Programming in geographic information systems
  • Design and use of geodatabases
  • Creation of digital terrain and terrain models
  • Three-dimensional geoinformation modeling
  • Expert systems based on geoinformation technologies
Graduating department: Department of Geographic Information Systems