Programming and Information Technology
02.03.02 In english and russian
Level of education Bachelor
Type of instruction Full-time
Duration 4 years
- The academic programme "Programming and Information Technology" trains software developers who are capable of solving complex problems in various fields of information technology
- The programme provides a profound mathematical background necessary for mastering state-of-the-art courses in programming and information technology
- The programme is suitable for school leavers who: are immersed in informatics and mathematics; have a profound basic background in these subjects; and want to develop their skills in IT and programming
- Operating Systems
- Algorithms and Data Structures
- Algorithms and Complexity
- Fundamentals of Discrete Mathematics
- Fundamentals of Programming
- Computer Networks
- Computer Graphics
- Programming Languages
- Mathematical Logic and Theory of Algorithms
- Formal Languages and Automata Theory
- Finite Graph Theory and Its Applications
- Non-Classical Logic
- Introduction to Database Systems
- Internet and Web-Programming Technologies
- Software Engineering
- The programme combines fundamental education in mathematics and fundamental computer science. It also provides an in-depth study of information technologies, such as: high-performance computer systems; distributed information processing methods; and Grid and Cloud computing.
- As the topics for their research and graduation projects, students are offered problems that are of interest to specific research institutions and industry. These tasks arise due to direct contacts of lecturers with such organisations as: the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (Dubna); EPAM; and Huawei to name just a few.
- In-depth training in mathematics and fundamental informatics makes it possible for graduates to work in various fields: from medicine to nuclear research. They can work as software developers and, what is more important, as experts who are capable, both independently and together with their colleagues, of going all the way from setting the problem to the result in the form of a software product.
- Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg (Germany)
- Technische Universität München (Germany)
- Mahatma Gandhi University
- International and Inter University Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Kerala (India)
- University of Surrey, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Great Britain)
- Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry (the Czech Republic)
- National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (Taiwan)
- General Electric (the USA)
- University of Tsukuba, the Institute of Applied Physics (Japan)
- Michigan State University (the USA)
The programme is aimed at training bachelors who carry out practical and research activities in the development of effective computing methods and technologies intended for implementation using parallel, distributed computing and data resources, modelling, improvement and operation of distributed information and computing systems based both on present-day mathematical methods and on effective computer technologies.
The graduates have fundamental knowledge and are capable of using cutting-edge technologies in the field of data analysis and machine learning.
- Software architect
- Database administrator
- Information systems specialist
- Teacher of the professional training, professional education, and additional professional education
Organisations where our graduates work
Theatres: the State Academic Mariinsky Theatre; Academic Drama Theatre named after A.S. Pushkin (Alexandrinsky Theatre)
- Film and animation studios: ‘St Petersburg Culture’ Studio; Lennauchfilm Studio; TV Channel ‘Channel Five’; ‘Mosfilm’ studio; Melnitsa Animation; ‘Artriia’ Animation Studio; ‘Peterburg’ Animation Studio; ‘Trace-studio’ Animation Studio
- Companies: Yandex, ABBY, Fora Soft, Edisoft, ANT-Inform, T-Systems RUS, Wargaming Saint-Petersburg, Vkontakte, ‘Aleksandr’ Auction House
- Publishing houses: ‘Atlanta’ Internet Publishing House
The programme is internationally accredited by the Agency for Higher Education Quality Assurance and Career Development (AKKORK), the Certificate dated 30 May 2018. It also has professional and public accreditation from the Information & Computer Technologies Industry Association (APKIT), the Certificate dated 16 May 2018.