Infocommunication systems and networks are of key importance in all branches of science and technology. Innovations in the field of infocommunication systems and networks not only provide revolutionary development within this branch of knowledge, but also have a direct impact on scientific and technological progress in all spheres of society. Thus, infocommunication systems and networks belong to the class of innovative technologies that ensure the rapid accumulation of intellectual and economic potential - strategic resources that guarantee the sustainable development of society.
The peculiarity of information and communication systems and networks is their versatility, they are a tool that is used in all branches of knowledge: humanitarian, natural science, socio-economic. Consequently, the innovative nature of the development of telecommunications directly affects the worldview of a young specialist, improving the professional, didactic and methodological presentation of knowledge, increasing the ability to perceive and generate knowledge, thereby introducing an innovative element into the comprehensive development of the individual.
This EP regulates the goals, expected results, content, conditions and technologies for the implementation of the educational process, assessment of the quality of the graduate's training in this area of training and includes: curriculum, work programs of training courses, disciplines (modules) and other materials that ensure the quality of training of students.
The areas of professional activity of specialists in the field of infocommunications include the development and operation of infocommunication systems, radio communications, television, radio broadcasting, radar and navigation, radio control, mobile communications, radio transmission and radio reception of television and sound signals, electronic and computer systems.
UNT subjects: mathematics - physics