Faculty of BSU

Specialty: Mechanics and Mathematical Modeling

Qualification: Mechanician. Applied Mathematician

Mechanics and Mathematics Faculty is the only faculty in our republic training the specialists in the field of theoretical mechanics with the deep knowledge of pure mathematics. The students are also taught a wide range of special subjects in various aspects of modern mechanics. A large volume of information is given in such subjects as Computer Science, Programming, Information Technologies (IT).

It is to be stressed that teaching mechanics at our University is not so strongly limited to the study of major compared to other Higher Engineering Educational establishments. They have absolutely different aims of training the staff, and the students cover different curricula there.

Mechanics at the Mechanics and Mathematics faculty is a unique combination of fundamentals in the field of mathematics with the profound knowledge of mathematics and highly qualified skills in programming.

Nowadays almost all enterprises, research and design offices related to SAP technologies and modelling various mechanical processes experience great need in specialist with deep knowledge of mathematics and those specialists who have a perfect command of IT.

Mechanics is one of the most important components of scientific foundation of engineering. The specialists in mechanics investigate and develop mathematical methods of motion, interaction and deformation of bodies, particles, mass, they study the mechanical properties of different media. The researchers give the theoretical basis for the analysis used in other branches of science, in various fields of engineering and industry. The constraint between mechanics and mathematics is not a unilateral one. Mechanics encourages the development of different mathematical aspects, it often states problems which cannot be solved by means of mathematical methods existing in the current period.

The graduates of the Programme “Mechanics and Mathematical Modeling” can be employed in many spheres of our activity: in the institutions of higher education having to do with mechanics (the study of strength of materials, parts of machines, and so on) and applied mathematics; in the scientific research institutes studying various mechanical processes and phenomena, the stability and reliability of machines and mechanisms; in the design offices and in the departments modelling and simulating different mechanical processes, phenomena and mechanisms.