Duration: 1.5 years
Study mode: full-time
Start date: October
The Master’s degree program provides a platform for students to enhance their career prospects and has a particular focus on developing theoretical knowledge and practical skills to prepare them for a professional career in IT sector.
The Master’s degree program provides specialization in Information Management Systems.
The Master’s degree program in System Analysis, Information Control and Processing lasts for 1.5 years. Graduates receive an MSc (Eng) qualification upon completion of their studies.
At present, holders of the Master’s degree in System Analysis, Information Control and Processing are in high demand and can find employment in a wide range of industries.
The main career options for the Master’s degree holders:
Objects of professional activities of holders of the Master’s degree:
Research: use of advances in science and technology in the field of software and technical control systems in various areas, information processing, and automation of manufacturing processes.
Science and education: planning and delivering lessons and courses, research supervision, development of teaching and learning materials.
Design: use of modern methods of designing technical and software control systems in various areas, use of design automation tools, drawing up design documentation.
Innovation: development of plans and programs for organizing innovation activities, feasibility studies for innovation projects in professional activities.
The laboratory is equipped with the latest Cisco equipment used to build information networks. Students learn to design and set up their own computer networks of any architecture.
The IT Laboratory project has been implemented by the Mogilev Development Agency in cooperation with the Belarusian-Russian University. The main goal of the project is to train specialists in the field of information technology.
The laboratories are equipped with modern computers with licensed software. All workstations are interconnected by a local area network with high-speed Internet access.
International applicants with diplomas issued by foreign higher education institutions, which confirm the level of education required for the Master’s degree program, are admitted to the university if their diplomas are recognized in the Republic of Belarus in accordance with the specified procedure (http://nihe.bsu.by/index.php/prizn-in-doc).
International applicants and stateless people (their representatives) applying to institutions of higher education to get a Master’s degree will need to submit the following documents to the Admissions Office:
Notarized translation into one of the official languages of the Republic of Belarus must be attached to the documents in a foreign language, if they are legalized or apostilled.
Documents required for the Master’s degree program for international applicants are accepted as they are received, but no later than October 15.