Prof. Jambul Yusupov
Head of Chair
Information System Engineering
Information systems engineering is a multidisciplinary field that combines disciplines such as mathematics, business and computer science. Information systems engineers design, develop, test and maintain systems used primarily for data. Information systems can be in different forms, including geographic information systems, meteorological image processing or communication networks. Information systems engineers are employed in public and private sectors, including defense agencies, medical industries or financial corporations.
The purpose of the program
The main goal of the program is to train professionals in the development and use of information systems and technologies in business with knowledge in the field of informatics, economics and management.
As well as:
a. To give students a complex of knowledge in the field of IT (business process management, IT integration, ERP systems, IT project management, systems development, digital factory, information management) necessary for the effective management of information technologies of a modern enterprise;
b. To give students a clear understanding of the role and place of information technologies in business, state and municipal administration;
c. To develop students' leadership and management competencies, systems thinking, deep understanding of the requirements of the organization's customers, as well as a focus on entrepreneurship and continuous strategic and technological innovation;
d. Encourage students to apply the acquired skills and knowledge in current practical activities;
e. Develop the need for lifelong learning and personal development;
f. To train highly qualified staff with knowledge and sufficient competence in the field of information systems design.
The Information Systems curriculum combines mathematics and business courses with computer science, systems engineering, and architecture. Students become familiar with design and development concepts, as well as methods for managing and testing databases, network security, and neural networks. At the end of their studies, undergraduate students will be able to work on independent research projects.
Mathematical foundation – 18 %
Foundations of computer science – 52%
Information systems engineering – 20%
Language and General subjects – 5%
Internship and bachelor thesis – 5%
Graduates can successfully work as a programmer, Web-administrator, business analyst, an information systems implementation specialist, a software project manager, a software application tester, a business consultant for the promotion and sales of software products.
With a bachelor's degree in systems engineering, graduates can pursue careers in information systems development, as well as easily be employed in both the public and private sector, and can focus on a variety of specializations.
Information systems engineers design, implement, and maintain computer systems that collect, process, store, and present data. With a bachelor's degree in systems engineering or a similar computer-related field, information systems engineers are always in demand in many industries, including government agencies and private organizations.
Spheres of employment
• IT departments of industrial enterprises, state and regional management and control bodies, transport and fuel-energy complexes, commercial organizations, including banking and finance, business logistics;
• Representative offices and dealerships of leading international and domestic companies for the production, sale and maintenance of computer hardware, software, computer and telecommunication systems and networks;
• Integrator companies, IT consulting companies, Internet service providers, outsourcing companies, franchisees, web design studios, Internet companies, advertising agencies, departments of companies that service websites and search engine optimizers, telecommunications companies;
• The field of e-commerce;
• Research organizations, IT-parks, various public organizations and foundations.