Computer science  the systematic study of the feasibility, structure, expression, and mechanization of the methodical processes (or algorithms) that underlie the acquisition, representation, processing, storage, communication, and access to information with the help of computers, computer networks and other technical means.
The graduate with the speciality “Computer Science” gets a professional qualification of “ MathematicianSystem Programmer”.
The main fields of professional activity are mathematical software and software for computers, networks, communication means, and mathematical process and system models.
The graduate is competent to solve the following professional tasks:

Design and estimation of algorithms and of applied program interfaces;

Design and analysis of the system process in the information environments;

Design, maintenance and support of hardware for computers, networks and communication means;

Finding new fields of computer systems use and their software support;

Staff training and inservice training
To this speciality the following specializations are offered:

Computer Systems Software ;

Systems Automation Software;

Intellectual Information Systems ;

Organization, Design and Software of Information Systems
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 Science
 Basis of Psychology and Pedagogy
 Foreign Language
 Physical Training
 Optional Course

2. Cycle of NaturalScience 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
 Comput ational Methods of Algebra
 Theory of Probabilities and Mathematical Statistics
 Operating Systems
 Functional Analysis and Integral Equations
 Methods of Optimization
 Operations Research
 Algorithms and Data Structure
 Computer Networks
 Equations of Mathematical Physics
 Computers Architecture
 Translating Methods
 Programming Technology
 Intellectual Information Systems
 Methods of Numerical Analysis
 Data Models and DBMS
 Design and Algorithms Analysis
 Labour Safety
 Basis of Intellectual Property Management
 Simulation and S tatistical Modeling
 Physics of Computers
 WebProgramming
 Elective Discipline

Cycle of Specializations Disciplines 
Optional Course Disciplines 
Practice  Work Experience (Computing)
 Practical Training for Students (PreDiploma)
Graduation Paper Final Exam 