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Computer Science and Software Technology
Computer Science and Software Technology

Faculty of Information Technologies (FIT)
Department of Computing Systems and Networks

Specialisation: Big Data Processing
Academic degree: MSc
Study period: full-time – 1 year, 8 months, part-time – 2 years
The field of IT technologies is undergoing highly dynamic development. The Master’s program in Computer Science and Software Technology is designed to convey skills and competences needed to actively contribute to the process of improvement and innovation as well as compete for IT jobs both in Belarusian and foreign companies.
The program trains qualified specialists with in-depth knowledge in programming, software design and implementation based on the state-of-the-art technology including Scrum, Agile, Kanban for Internet, Mobile, Big Data, Machine Learning, NoSQL. Graduates are ready for developing top-quality software as well as for the efficient and effective project management.
You will learn
Computer Science and Software Technology
  • to develop methods for solving non-standard problems and different approaches for solving traditional tasks
  • to carry out software projects
  • to prepare assignments for the development of design solutions
  • to design large data processing systems
  • to maintain documents and technical documentation
  • to provide educational work
  • to develop teaching materials
You can work at
  • small and medium-sized businesses
  • departments of automation of production management systems
  • departments of automation of design and control systems
  • banks
  • research institutes
  • educational institutions

Computer Science and Software Technology
  • Models and Methods for Processing Large Amounts of Data (BigData)
  • Architectural Solutions and Platforms for Processing Large Amounts of Data
  • Non-Relational Databases (NoSQL)
  • Machine Learning
  • Neural Network Modeling / Intelligent Image Processing
  • Experimental Data Processing in Specialized Systems
  • Computer Algebra Systems
  • Promising Directions of Object-Oriented Programming
  • Technologies for Corporate Systems Development / Modern Technologies for Mobile Systems Programming
  • Ensuring Information Confidentiality on the Internet
  • Mathematical Modeling Systems
  • Formal Grammar Theory