**Department of Applied Mathematics and Information Technologies (AMIT)** is a subdivision of the Institute of Computer Systems Odessa National Polytechnic University.

The department is graduating and trains students in the industry 11 Mathematics and Statistics (Mathematics and Statistics), specialty Applied Mathematics 113, on two specializations: Software of computer systems and modeling of the physical processes of computer games.

"Applied Mathematics and Information Technology in Business" Department is a part of Odessa National Polytechnic University.

The teaching stuff consists of 4 professors, 6 lecturers, 4 senior teachers, 2 assistants.

For today, the department prepares such specialists:

**Training direction** 0403 "Applied Mathematics"

**Educational qualifying**

6.040301 level the Bachelor in the direction of "Applied Mathematics"

8.040301 the Master on the speciality "Applied Mathematics"

Our students recieve a high level training, focused on the practical use of mathematical methods and modern IT-technologies in a wide range of applications (economy, industrial and environmental activities).

**Students study **in detail the following subjects

**Mathematics cycle**

Probability theory and mathematical statistics, theory of random processes and fields

Functional analysis and the theory of integral transforms

Numerical methods and its application in computer mathematics

Discrete mathematics, theory of algorithms

Methods of optimization and operations researchEquations of mathematical physics

Theory of management

**Programming technology cycle**

The architecture of modern computers and architecture of specialized digital video and audio

Programming by C# and IL programming for .NET enviroment, including .NET Micro Framework for mobile devices

Programming in C ++

Modern computer technology and computer mathematics

Special programming languages (Internet XML technology)

Design and programming of databases SQL language and LINQ queries

**Applied mathematical methods and models cycle**

Mathematical methods of image processing

Artificial intelligence systems

Decision-making mathematical theory

Mathematical Methods for Computer Graphics

Mathematical Economics

**Graduating students work as**:

Management analysts of economical systems;

Mathematicians and programmers for:

Information and analytical departments of banks

Computer departments of large companies

Design departments of software companies

Municipal, regional and national information centers

Total automation and computerization of human activity requires the development of new service programs, organization and storing of data, information flows, increase the accuracy of calculations and more. This requires a considerable number of highly qualified specialists in applied mathematics.