# Bachelor's programme

## 01.03.01 Mechanics and mathematical modelling

- The graduates obtain Bachelor degree
- The bachelor’s degree program is 240 credits.
- It takes four years to earn a bachelor’s degree.

### The field of professional activity of graduates

- research activities in areas using mathematical methods and computer technology;
- solving various problems using mathematical modeling of processes and objects and software;
- development of effective methods for solving problems of natural science, engineering, economics and management;
- IT support of scientific, research, design and operational management activities;
- teaching mathematical disciplines (including computer science).

## Disciplines

### Math

Course: 4, terms: 4-8, hours: 180.

Courses: 1-2, terms: 1-4, hours: 756.

Course: 1, terms: 1-2, hours: 288.

Course: 1, term: 1, hours: 144.

Course: 3, terms: 5-6, hours: 216.

Course: 2, term: 3, hours: 144.

Course: 4, term: 7, hours: 216.

Course: 3, terms: 5-6, hours: 216.

Course: 1, term: 1, hours: 144.

Course: 2, term: 3, hours: 108.

Elective course:

**Numerical methods**/ The finite element method in problems of mechanics

Course: 3, term: 6, hours: 144.

### Mechanics and Physics

Course: 3, term: 6, hours: 108.

Course: 4, term: 7, hours: 180.

Course: 1, term: 2, hours: 144.

Course: 4, terms: 7-8, hours: 216.

The theory of sustainability, studies the behavior of systems under the influence of external influences. The course studies the basic methods of the theory of stability and theorems on stability and instability of motion.

Course: 3, terms: 5-6, hours: 261.

Course: 3, terms: 5-6, hours: 216.

**Elements of celestial mechanics**/ Theory of elasticity

Elective course: Elements of celestial mechanics /

**Theory of elasticity**

Course: 3, term: 6, hours: 108.

Elective course: Databases /

**Numerical solution of problems in fluid and gas mechanics in an application package Mathcad**

Course: 3, term: 6, hours: 108.

Elective course: Numerical methods /

**The finite element method in problems of mechanics**

Course: 3, term: 6, hours: 144.

Elective course:

**Automatic control theory**/ Mathematical models in the mechanics of a deformable solid

Course: 4, term: 7, hours: 180.

Elective course: Automatic control theory /

**Mathematical models in the mechanics of a deformable solid**

Course: 4, term: 7, hours: 180.

Elective course:

**Asymptotic methods in nonlinear mechanics**/ Numerical methods in fluid and gas mechanics

Course: 4, term: 8, hours: 144.

Elective course: Asymptotic methods in nonlinear mechanics /

**Numerical methods in fluid and gas mechanics**

Course: 4, term: 8, hours: 144.

Elective course:

**Oscillation theory**/ Solving problems of continuum mechanics using modern software packages

Course: 4, term: 7, hours: 144.

Elective course: Oscillation theory /

**Solving problems of continuum mechanics using modern software packages**

Course: 4, term: 7, hours: 144.

Elective course:

**Engineering methods in deformable solid mechanics**/ Information technology in the problems of mechanics

Course: 4, term: 8, hours: 108.

Elective course: Applied problems of rigid body dynamics /

**Automodel solutions of equations of mathematical physics**

Course: 4, term: 8, hours: 144.

### Computer science

The course introduces students to the principles of working with a personal computer, office suites and TeX system. The course forms the computer skills necessary for further study and research, the ability to publicly present our own and well-known scientific results.

Course: 1, term: 1, hours: 108.

### General courses

The theoretical and methodical and practical bases of physical culture and a healthy lifestyle are studied.

Courses: 1-3, terms: 1-6, hours: 400.