Faculty of Information Technologies and Mathematics
|| Dean: Marina Khudzhina, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor, Honorary Worker of Russian Higher Education |
Address: 11 Dzerzhinskogo Street, Building 4, Room 407
Tel: +7 (3466) 435 442
The Faculty of Information Technologies and Mathematics was founded in 1988.
It promotes a complex concept of informatics as a field combining a number of information disciplines and areas and having a strong interdisciplinary character. The faculty has gained a strong reputation for scholastic and professional excellence. The key to success is qualified teaching staff of doctors and candidates of sciences, strong research priority and long-standing faculty traditions. The Faculty of Information Technologies and Mathematics is one of the brightest faculties of the university since the first days of its foundation.
The Faculty holds two departments:
- Department for Computer Science and Methods of Teaching Computer Science;
- Department for Education in Physics and Mathematics.
The Faculty offers a wide range of bachelor, master and postgraduate programs enabling students to receive a thorough scientific preparation and a strong theoretical basis in the fields of their interest.
At present, research within the Faculty concentrates mainly on such areas as:
- mathematical simulation of wave processes in superimposed liquid;
- mathematics, informatics, physics and teaching methods;
- representation theory of groups and spectrum analysis of differential operators;
- history and methodology of natural science.
Our Faculty of Information Technologies and Mathematics has established two scientific schools - Mathematics and its methods of teaching within the setting of contextual competency building approach, Informatics and its methods of teaching in the setting of specialized education.
The Faculty’s graduates are highly qualified professionals who upon graduation can choose from a wide selection of employment options on municipal, regional and national levels. Our graduates are qualified to work as programmers, engineers and teachers of mathematics and computer studies. Many business and corporate leaders have proven our graduates' abilities through strong references and recommendations.
09.03.01. Computer Science and Engineering (Computer and Automated Systems Software)
09.03.02. Information Systems and Technologies (Information Systems and Technologies in Education)
44.03.01. Pedagogical Education (Mathematics)
09.04.01. Computer Science and Engineering (Automated Systems Information Support and Software)
44.04.01. Pedagogic Education (Computer Studies in Specialized Education)
44.04.01. Pedagogic Education (Mathematics in Specialized Education)
44.06.01. Education and Pedagogy
Field of study:
13.00.02. Education Theory and Teaching Techniques (Computer Studies)
09.06.01. Computer Science and Engineering
Field of study:
05.13.18.Mathematical Modeling, Numerical Methods and Program Complexes