The Department of Higher Mathematics is a structural subdivision of the Educational and Scientific Institute of Information Technologies of the State University of Telecommunications.
The Department of Higher Mathematics provides basic theoretical training for students of all specialties:
172 "Telecommunications and Radio Engineering"
124 "System Analysis"
121 "Software Engineering"
122 "Computer Science"
123 "Computer Engineering"
126 "Information systems and technologies"
281 "Public administration and administration"
029 "Information, library and archival affairs"
076 "Entrepreneurship, trade and exchange activities"
And it ensures the implementation of curricula for bachelors, masters and postgraduates in academic disciplines of professional and practical training assigned to the department.
For the preparation of bachelors:
For the preparation of masters:
For the preparation of graduate students:
The priority direction of the department's work is to improve the quality of mathematical education as such, which forms flexible and multifaceted scientific thinking aimed at solving creative professional problems, and enables the University graduate to adapt to the rapid change in socio-economic conditions and information space. Since high-quality mathematical education is an actual core component of the professional competence of a specialist who must master the methods of mathematical modeling, quantitative and qualitative analysis, information processing, forecasting and optimization.
At the Department of Higher Mathematics, teachers teach students what is needed and how it is needed - theoretically and practically.
The list of competencies that a student must master after completing the study of the disciplines "Higher mathematics", "Mathematical methods of modeling and optimization of processes" and "Probability theory and mathematical statistics":
With conscientious training, all graduates of the State University of Telecommunications will be able not only to build a professional career, but also to be completely financially independent to fulfill their desires.
The theoretical training of students in the disciplines taught by the department is carried out taking into account the latest achievements of mathematical science and advanced information technologies of teaching in accordance with the list of competencies of the University graduate in accordance with the chosen specialty.
Successful and well-known companies require that their employees not only know everything perfectly in theory, but also do their job perfectly in practice. Therefore, the Department of Higher Mathematics provides excellent basic theoretical and practical training for our students. Curricula are designed in such a way that theoretical training makes up no more than 50% of classrooms, and practical training makes up at least 50% of classrooms (for many specialties, practical training makes up at least 75% of classrooms).
Practical training is carried out using the educational and material base of the department, created on the basis of modern equipment of the latest generation, progressive hardware and software systems and software (Maxima, MathCAD, WolframAlpha, Mathematica, MicrosoftExcel, etc.). This allows using numerical methods instead of analytical ones when solving various problems of higher mathematics, as well as visualizing the results of mathematical modeling.
As part of the implementation of the innovative content of education, to ensure the theoretical and practical training of students on the basis of the competencies of partners-employers, it is planned to study the following sections of higher mathematics:
In the first year for all specialties, in the first semester:
In the second semester:
In the second year in the third semester:
For specialty 124 "Systems Analysis", the discipline "Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics" is presented separately in the third semester, and the discipline "Additional Sections of Higher Mathematics" is presented during the entire second year.
For all master students on the 5th year, the discipline "Mathematical methods of modeling and optimization" is presented, which makes it possible to prepare the graduate for analytical and highly intellectual activity in the IT industry.
Innovative teaching methods at the Department of Higher Mathematics, provide a gradual transition from analytical methods of calculations to numerical methods using modern application packages. For future IT professionals, the ability to solve any mathematical problem with the help of a computer is important.
To ensure quality education over the past 5 years, the department has increased the number of research and teaching staff with the degrees of candidate of sciences, doctor of sciences and with the academic titles of associate professor:
Candidates of Science
Doctors of Science
Certificates from English level B2.
Currently, the department employs a powerful teaching staff of 11 scientific and pedagogical workers: 1 doctor of sciences, 8 candidates of sciences, 2 senior teachers.
The tightened requirements of employers for the knowledge of English by university graduates prompted them to start teaching "Higher Mathematics" in English as an experiment. For this, at the department, most of the teachers attended courses of enhanced study of the English language and received certificates of level B2.
Teachers of the Department of Higher Mathematics, who received certificates in English level B2
The educational and material base includes the educational laboratory of computer modeling and intellectual development "MATHEMATICS + IT". This is a modern classroom, in which 21 computers are connected to the educational network, which allows differential issue and control of student tasks.
Purpose of the educational laboratory of computer modeling and intellectual development "MATHEMATICS + IT":
1. Acquisition of competencies by students:
2. Coordination of the work of creative groups and scientific mathematical circles.
An interactive whiteboard, guided by an electronic pen, makes it possible to display any graphics, video, as well as display the course and results of calculations of mathematical objects using Mathcad, Maxima, Excel, and the like.
New progressive forms of education have been introduced at the Department of Higher Mathematics thanks to the created modern educational and material base. When studying the discipline "Higher Mathematics", laboratory work was introduced into the curriculum for each topic, during which students use the mathematical program Maxima (developed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA).
The Department of Higher Mathematics has cooperation agreements with:
Cooperation agreements are mutually beneficial cooperation in the scientific and scientific and technical fields of application of theoretical mathematical models in the field of information communications and information protection, for conducting scientific and scientific and technical research in the field of applying information technologies to modeling complex systems, as well as for coordinating work on training. This allows teachers and graduate students of the department to improve their qualifications, know and teach modern trends in the development of mathematical science and provide high quality education, in accordance with the latest requirements of employers.
Additionally, outside the curriculum for students of our university, each semester, two-month courses in computational mathematics are conducted using a personal computer. The aim of the courses is an in-depth study of sections of higher mathematics using a computer. Upon completion of the courses, graduates receive a Certificate of the State University of Telecommunications, helps them with employment.
For students at the department, Scientific circles are held in such modern areas:
Scientific circles allow you to identify the most talented students, gradually raise their level, involve them in the implementation of scientific research and start-ups. This allows, even from junior courses, to systematically prepare students for intellectual activity in the IT industry, as well as to involve them in postgraduate and doctoral studies as part of the training of scientific and pedagogical personnel.
At the moment, the scientific circle "Linear optimization: problems, models, methods, technologies" is working at the Department of Higher Mathematics.
Head of the circle: Associate Professor of the Department of Higher Mathematics, Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor Shevchenko G.V.
Purpose: to teach students to independently solve mathematical problems of an applied nature using a personal computer; develop creative, abstract thinking; stimulate interest in mathematics and self-education.
According to the approved by the Cabinet of Ministers from 2021, school graduates must pass the state final attestation (school final exams) in the form of ZNO in Mathematics, choosing for themselves 1 or 2 level of difficulty to choose from.
The Department of Higher Mathematics takes an active part in the preparation of applicants for the Higher Education in Mathematics. The best teachers of the Department of Higher Mathematics conduct training for 11th grade students and future applicants in preparatory courses for the Higher Education in Mathematics at the State University of Telecommunications.
ZNO in mathematics will take place on May 28, 2021.
You can check yourself by completing the tasks of the ZNO of previous years: zno.osvita.ua/mathematics.
With the conscientious teaching of the student, the innovative content of education, is constantly introduced by the teachers of the Department of Higher Mathematics and teachers of all departments of the University, guarantees one hundred percent provision of the first, highly paid workplace to the student!
03110, Ukraine, Kiev, st. Solomenskaya, 7, Department of Higher Mathematics: aud. 514
Head of the department:
Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Associate Professor Zamrii Iryna Viktorovna, office 504.
phone: (044) 249-25-03