Applied Mathematics  a branch of mathematics that concerns with theories and techniques, such as mathematical modeling and computational methods, to formulate and solve practical problems in business, government, engineering, and the physical, life, and social sciences.
The graduate with the speciality “Applied Mathematics” gets a professional qualification of “ Mathematician Programmer”.
Professional activity deals with the following matters:

Scientificresearch work in the field of Applied Mathematics;

Mathematical process and system models used in various fields of research, industrial and economical activity;

Mathematical methods of task solving of natural science, technique, economy and management;

Mathematical software and software of modern computational technique;

Programs, program systems, their mathematical and algorithmic models, methods of their design and use in different spheres of activity
The graduate is competent to solve the following professional tasks:

Participation in mathematical modeling of processes and systems in specific spheres of activity;

Design and application of methods of analysis and solution of mathematical models and tasks;

Design and application of appropriate computer and information technologies.
To this speciality the following specializations are offered:

Numerical method;

Optimization and Optimal Control ;

Mathematical and Software ProblemOriented Systems;

Mathematical Software and Software of Computers and Systems;

Mathematical Cybernetics;

Theory of Probabilities and Mathematical Statistics;

Data Analysis and Complex System Modelling
The Structure of Curriculum 
1. Cycle of Social Humanitarian Disciplines 
 History of Belarus
 Basis of the Belarusian State Ideology
 Philosophy
 Theory of Economy
 Sociology
 Political S cience
 Basis of Psychology and Pedagogy
 Foreign Language
 Physical Training
 Free Electives

2. Cycle of Natural Science Disciplines

Basis of Ecology and Energy Saving

Discrete Mathematics and Mathematical Logics

Protection of the Population and Buildings from Emergency. Radiation Safety

Descriptive Statistics

Elective Course of Computer Science
3. Cycle of Professional and Specialized Disciplines

Mathematical Analysis

Geometry and Algebra

Programming

Differential Equations

Computational Methods of Algebra

Theory of Probabilities and Mathematical Statistics

Operating Systems

Functional Analysis and Integral Equations

Methods of Numerical Analysis

Methods of Optimization

Operations Research

Equations of Mathematical Physics

Numarical Methods of Mathematical Physics

Theoretical Mechanics

Algorithms and Data Structure

Data Models and DBMS

Computer Networks

Simulation and Statistical M odeling

Computer Service of Computing Experiment

Mathematical Modelling of Systems, Processes and Phenomena

Labour Safety

Basis of Intellectual Property Management

Elective Chapters of Physics

Supplementary Chapters to Speciality
Practice
Cycle of Specializations Disciplines
Optional Course Disciplines
Graduation Paper
Final Exam