Information Technology Faculty

Information Technology Faculty aims at training specialists in IT-related programs that meet ever-changing demands of workplace and professional development. It is a young but rapidly developing faculty that consists of five departments with a total of more than 70 faculty members, including 8 D.Sc., professors and 48 PhDs, assistant professors. Modern laboratory facilities equipped with the most recent computers are available to students for practical training. The students are actively involved in research work of the faculty where they assist the staff in implementing research projects. Research interests of the faculty members vary and cover such main domains as IT and innovations in higher education, information security in computer systems and networks, simulation models and software for radar systems and satellite-borne equipment for navigation systems.  

Graduate programs




Information Systems and Technology


Information Systems and Technology (printing and publishing complex)

System-Analyst Engineer

Information Technology Software


Programming of Web Applications

Software Engineer

Information Security Software for Mobile Systems


Software Engineer

Design of Electronic and Web-publications


Programmer Designer