The Faculty of Information Technology is a structural unit of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. It was created in 2013 (Decree of Rector of the University dated November 20, 2013) and is the youngest faculty of the University.
The purpose of creating the faculty is to make Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv a leader in training specialists in the field of Information Technology.
The mission of the faculty is to train of highly qualified specialists capable of solving complex problems in the field of Information Technology, conducting systematic fundamental research and carrying out experimental developments for informatization of society.
Studies at the faculty are carried out in the following specialties:
- 121 “Software Engineering”
- 122 “Computer Science”
- 125 “Cybersecurity”
- 126 “Information Systems and Technologies”
- 172 “Telecommunications and Radio Engineering”.
Bachelor’s graduates can continue their studies in the master’s programmes in the given specialties, and master’s graduates can continue their studies in graduate school, obtaining the scientific degree of Doctor of Philosophy.
The training of specialists is carried out according to the principle of an organic combination of classical fundamental training with the acquisition of innovative practical skills.
The main attention is paid to the systematic training of students in the following areas:
- theories and practices of programming;
- applied information systems;
- security of information systems and technologies, application of modern methods and means of technical,
cryptographic and steganographic protection of information;
- digital infrastructure of enterprise management;
- network and Internet technologies;
- systems and infrastructure of the Internet of Things;
- intelligent systems of the future (including robots, natural language communication systems, neural network systems, etc.);
- intelligent programming;
- management of IT companies based on innovative projects, start-ups and business analytics;
- intellectualization of digital transformations of society, as well as other socially significant fundamental and applied research.