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The department qualifies bachelors in Business Informatics (38.03.05) and masters in Business Informatics (38.04.05) under the training program Entrepreneurship and Business Organization in the information technology field.
Business Informatics is a new trend emerged at the intersection of advanced information technologies, economics and business practices. There’s a lack of demand for simple software developers nowadays, we need people who can adapt software to the real economic conditions of particular business and organization. If you want to meet the demands of modern enterprises – welcome to study Business Informatics with us!
Business Informatics and Economics Department has a simple but long history. It started in 1995, when the Economics Department at technical and economic faculty of Lebedev-Polyansky Vladimir State Pedagogical Institute (later renamed into VSUH - Vladimir State University for the Humanities) was created.
In 2011, according to the merger of universities (VSUH and VLSU - Vladimir State University) Economics Department was included to the Faculty of Economics (now the Institute of Economics and Management) of VLSU.
In September 2013, in order to improve the educational process at the Institute of Economics and Management, it was decided to add the Business Informatics Department to the Economics Department. That time gave birth to the story of the "old" new Business Informatics and Economics Department.
The Department has developed highly qualified academic and pedagogical staff members, able to solve the urgent problems of educational, scientific and research activity.
The goal sets in the development of the Department are: the deepening of intensionality, scientific and practical orientation of the subjects taught; improvement of methodological support of the teaching process; providing opportunities for personal development of faculty staff; promoting the participation in the scientific, social and cultural life of the department and the entire university.