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Western Caspian University


Information Technologies

Programme: Information Technologies

Duration of studies: 4 years

Credits: 240

Type of study: full-time / part-time

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Study languages: Azerbaijani, Russian and English

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Information technology is a set of methods, production processes and hardware/software tools that regulate the use of information resources, ensure the collection, processing, storage, transmission, and integration of information in a technological chain in order to increase its reliability and efficiency. Computer specialists are referred to as IT specialists.

Students learn modern programming languages, computer networks, system programming data structure and database systems, computer and computing system architecture, etc. Students apply traditional and modern techniques in the design and development of complex systems to enhance management systems. Students also learn to develop and implement algorithms in modern software systems, analysis and design of digital systems, object-oriented programming, and intelligent systems.

In today’s world, information technologies and systems are widely used in all areas across public and private sectors. Large organisations use systems equipped with information technology to carry out their day-to-day operations electronically. Therefore, organisations are in great need of specialists who manage their electronic information systems and technologies.


  • Ability to apply ICT capabilities in all areas using knowledge of relevant sciences, linguistics and Information Technology (IT)
  • Ability to identify and select additional information and resources to resolve problems
  • Ability to analyse, summarise and apply relevant information for professional purposes.

Job opportunities

Graduates majoring in ‘Information Technology’ work in the field of contemporary Information Technology information processes, information resources, information systems, scientific and technical information databases, knowledge bases, information products and services in relevant governmental and non-governmental organisations.