Information Systems and Technologies

Graduates are able to solve the problems of analyzing and synthesizing distributed information systems for real time and decision support systems for difficultly formalized tasks, building models of objects and processes, data mining, digital processing of multidimensional data, selection of platforms and tools for the implementation of distributed information systems and decision support systems.

Information for applicants

Specialty code 09.04.02
Qualification Master
Forms of training
and quantity of places
Period of study 2 years
Graduating faculties Faculty of Computer Science and Technology
Passing score 45%

Master's programs

The 09.04.02 Information Systems and Technologies direction provides such programs as:

  1. IT Projects and Products Management (Department of Automation and Control Processes);
  2. Distributed Computing Complexes in Real-time Systems (Branch Department of Information Systems).

Key points

IT management, being a highly professional area, requires both technical and management skills.

Our program includes:

  • Systems engineering;
  • Information systems’ objects and processes modelling;
  • GIS;
  • Digital analysis;
  • Software development method, etc.

The acquired skills cover the areas of:

  • Logistics;
  • Economics;
  • Military and space tech;
  • Medicine;
  • Crisis response;
  • Scientific research;
  • Technological processes control, etc.

Our graduates work in the fields of:

  • Research;
  • DSS & Software development, modification and realization;
  • System integration and complexing, etc.

International internships and training

The best students are given the opportunity to participate in a double degree program abroad, in particular, within the framework of joint educational programs.
The main partner universities are listed below:

  • Dresden University of Technology (Germany);
  • Hannover Technical University (Germany);
  • University of Kaiserslautern (Germany);
  • University of Wuppertal (Germany);
  • University of Munich (Germany);
  • Innolume (Germany);
  • Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland);
  • University of Oulu (Finland);
  • University of Aalto (Finland).

Also the main international partners of the Department are the following universities and research centers:

  • University of Kaiserslautern (Germany);
  • Darmstadt University of Technology (Germany);
  • University of Münster (Germany);
  • «Rohde & Schwarz» (Germany).

Your future career

Program graduates are able to:

  • Solve problems related to data analysis, the extraction of new patterns and knowledge, the development and selection of methods and algorithmic models for solving complex problems in various subject areas;
  • Use modern computer technologies;
  • Provide administration of information systems and networks, including the Internet;
  • Apply  object-oriented, visual, parallel, functional and logical programming for the construction of software systems and complexes;
  • Develop software for the Internet;
  • Work with modern hardware platforms.

Graduates of the program are demanded both by large state enterprises, small and medium-sized companies, as well as international companies.Graduates are in demand due to the fact that they possess a unique combination of knowledge of software, hardware, as well as tools and software packages for design and modeling. Graduates of the program are engaged in design of various software and hardware systems on the perspective elemental base, starting from fundamental search research and ending with design, production support and maintenance of specific hardware.

Contact Information

Mon.-Fri.: 10:00-17:00 (admission 10:00-16:30)
+7 (812) 234-35-53
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