Institute of IT and Security Technologies

The Institute has a highly qualified faculty, a separate building equipped with modern technical facilities and computer classes, all of which allows for training of competent specialists majoring in Information Security, Applied Informatics and Applied Mathematics.

Our graduates work as IT project managers, systems analysts, business analysts, system integrators, system administrators, information systems and information security auditors, programmers, etc.

In order for the educational process to respond to the constantly changing demand for specialists, our faculty are provided with the opportunity to creatively search for and implement optimal forms, methods and content of education, as well as to employ modern information technologies. As a result, the Institute teaches the students to think, reason, and independently study new models of knowledge.

The uniqueness of the program lies in the fundamental but also practical orientation of training, the main principle of which is to increase the role of students' independent work.

Our students not only receive an excellent understanding of the latest achievements in the field of IT and security technologies, but also master modern economic and mathematical methods for analyzing economic processes, expand their academic and practical potential, and acquire the ability to solve non-standard tasks, which allows them to feel socially and professionally protected in the conditions of the unstable labor market.

The Section of Local History and Historical and Cultural Tourism was created in 2007, comprising the Department of Regional History and Local History, the Center for Historical Local History and Moscow Studies and the Department of Moscow Studies, which was created at the same time. In 2008, it included the newly created Center for Excursion Business and Study of Historical Monuments of Moscow. The Section of Local History and Historical and Cultural Tourism coordinated the work of its structural divisions in the field of local history, regional history, Moscow studies, tourism, including educational and teaching activities for the major Local History and Historical Tourism.

The Section was also the base for the Union of Local Historians of Russia, the Moscow Local History Society and the Russian Society for the Study of Crimea. Each year, the Department held a number of academic events, including the All-Russian Local History Readings, the All-Russian Student Conference “Regional History. Local history. Moscow Studies ”, Baranov Readings, Skvortsovsky Church and Local History readings, Moscow Regional History Readings, Museum and Local History Seminar, Theoretical Seminar on Regional and Local History, Crimean Readings , etc.

In 2016, the Section was transformed into the Center for Regional History, Local History and Moscow Studies. The Center provides training for the major “Local History” (track “History”).