The Information Technology faculty educates information specialists and analysts. Graduates are familiar with IT, mathematical and economic tools for designing global networks.
They are able to:
* design global networks
* use global networks as tools to support economic project implementation
* conduct research in the IT sector with emphasis on global networks
A practical approach to teaching is reflected in the practice oriented coursework: Macroeconomics illustrates basic principles combined with the experience of real life case studies, Statistics provides a balance between statistics theory and application, Forecast and Simulation are discussed in the context of application to manufacturing, retail, and service industries, Mathematical Economics places emphasis on the interpretation of numerical indicators in the economic context. Introductory Computer Sciences, Computer Programming, Object-Oriented Programming, Introductory Computer Networks, Advanced Computer Networks and Databases are taught as lectures and workshops in computer labs. Students are offered internships.
Graduates obtain a Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology and are employed in IT companies, IT centers and research institutions using information technologies, and in centers for business data processing.