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MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE FACULTY

Mathematics and Computer Science Faculty provides professional training on four higher education programmes: Pedagogical Education, Applied Mathematics, Documentation and Archival Studies, Land Use and Cadaster Studies.

The teaching staff comprise 27 persons, including 5 Doctors of Science and 17 Candidates of Science.

Virtual learning platforms based on Blackboard server software are used in the educational process. The special attention is paid to the research activities of students who regularly participate in Russian and International academic conferences (e.g. International Congress on Mathematical Physics, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in Condensed Matter), competitions, All-Russian contests of academic projects of the talented youth in the field of information technologies. 

Students of the Faculty participate in various sporting events, «Club of the Funny and Inventive», «Student of the Year» and «What? Where? When?» annual championships.

STRUCTURE OF THE FACULTY

Mathematics and Computer Science Faculty is a structural unit of the Institute of Informatics. The Institute provides development of the University’s communication network, distribution of internet technologies, trains specialists in the field of Computer Science.

The Faculty consists of:

-         Computer Science and Applied Mathematics Department

-         Advanced Mathematics Department

The Institute of Informatics includes:

-         Internet Centre

-         Academic Laboratory

-         Remote Education Laboratory

BACHELOR’ DEGREE PROGRAMMES

• 46.03.02 Documentation and Archival Studies

• 44.03.01 Pedagogical Education (Computer Science)

• 21.03.02 Land Use and Cadastre Studies

• 09.03.03 Applied Computer Science

MASTER’ DEGREE PROGRAMMES

• 46.04.02 Documentation and Archival Studies

• 44.04.01 Pedagogical Education (Information Technologies in Education)

• 09.04.03 Applied Informatics

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

• 13.00.08 Theory and Methods of Vocational Education

• 13.00.02 Theory and Methods of Education and Training (Computer Science)

• 05.13.18 Mathematical Modeling, Numerical Methods and Complexes of Programmes

CAREER AND EMPLOYMENT

The graduates with Pedagogical Education work in the system of education and culture, computer and information centers , as well as in the social sphere. The graduates who studied applied computer science, work in data-processing and analytical centers, IT- subdivisions of enterprises and organizations, companies developing software for enterprises in different branches of economy, in research institutes as database administrators, system and network administrators, software developers, web designers, IT-specialists, developers of implementation and maintenance of information products.

Document and Archival Studies Graduates work in state structures of federal, regional and municipal levels; in archives and information regulatory agencies; in state, municipal and private archives; in national, public and commercial institutions as documentation managers, managers of human resources offices, in archival departments as documentologists, archivists, employees of data-analytical services, secretaries-reviewers, assistant administrators.

Land Use and Cadastre Studies Graduates work in Federal State Institution “Land Cadastre Chamber” and its branches; in territorial divisions of "Russian Real Estate"; in Bureaus of Technical Inventory (BTI); banks; in insurance, planning and surveying, real estate companies; companies for privatization and estimating the property costs; in Property Management Committee at the local administrations as experts, specialists in inventory, investment project managers, analysts, specialists, consulting adjuster.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Address: 196605, St. Petersburg, Pushkin, Peterburgskoe shosse, 10

Tel.: (812) 451-91-77 (Dean's Office)

E-mail: dekanat-mJ@yandex.ru

Tel.: (812) 451-91-77 (Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics)

Tel.: (812) 470-57-74 (Department of Higher Mathematics)

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