Information Systems

An academic degree aimed at training specialists with in-depth knowledge in programming, operation of computer system elements, database design, as well as knowledge in education and pedagogy.

Academic degree:

Master of Engineering

Code and name of the educational program:

7M06102 “Information Systems”

Core subjects:

Algorithm and data structures, Databases

Form of study and duration of study:   

Scientific and pedagogical master’s degree: 2 years

Description of the educational program:

The Master’s program “Information Systems” is designed for students who want to deepen their knowledge and skills in information technology and software development. The curriculum includes the study of design, development and management of information systems, databases, information security and other aspects of information technology.

Students of the Master’s program “Information Systems” study various programming languages, methods and tools for software development, database management, as well as the design and architecture of information systems. They also study the principles and methods of information security, including data and network protection, risk analysis, access control, and others.

The Master’s program also includes the study of international standards and regulations that govern information systems and software development in different countries. Students can study topics such as systems analysis, project management, mobile applications, artificial intelligence and machine learning.

As part of the training, students can choose different specializations, such as software development, databases, information security, and others, depending on their interests and career goals.

Career opportunities:

Graduates of the program can work in various fields, including programming, software development, information systems management, database management, information security, and others. They may work as programmers, information systems analysts, project managers, information technology consultants, and other information technology professionals. They can also continue their education and receive a Doctor of Science in Information Technology (PhD) degree.