Bachelor courses
Speciality Code:
6B07111
Speciality Name:
Space engineering and technology
Faculty:
Mechanics and Mathematics
Qualification:
 First Stage of Higher Education  Bachelor of Engineering and Technology
 Model of graduating student
 Mandatory disciplines
 Elective disciplines
 Professional
1. ON1 demonstrate fundamental knowledge in mathematics, physics, mechanics; knowledge of the basics of rocket science; knowledge of basic concepts and principles of operation of space systems;
2. ON2 own mathematical culture, computer literacy to solve engineering problems in the field of space engineering and technologies with using modern programming languages and application packages;
3. ON3 identify, formulate and solve complex engineering problems, applying the principles of mathematics, mechanics and modern computer technology;
4. ON4 review scientific and technical literature in the field of space engineering and technologies, analyze sources of information, highlight key points of research;
5. ON5 apply the studied theoretical and numerical research methods to solving scientific and applied problems in the field of modern space engineering and technologies;
6. ON6 substantiate the choice of applied mathematical models and research methods for solving problems of controlling the motion of spacecraft;
7. ON7 design separate segments of space systems, spacecraft and their subsystems;
8. ON8 apply modern software packages for 3D and simulation of spacecraft and their components, as well as for processing satellite data;
9. ON9 analyze and interpret the results of the study, draw on their basis, reasoned conclusions;
10. ON10 process scientific and satellite data, draw sound conclusions based on the obtained results and to propose new ideas;
11. ON11 summarize the results of research, make reports on a given topic, present the results of research;
12. ON12 understand technical, business, social and other contexts, use practical skills in life to ensure the preservation and strengthening of health, the development and improvement of psychophysical abilities and qualities, including the development of leadership skills, the ability to work in a team, to take responsibility for themselves.
2. ON2 own mathematical culture, computer literacy to solve engineering problems in the field of space engineering and technologies with using modern programming languages and application packages;
3. ON3 identify, formulate and solve complex engineering problems, applying the principles of mathematics, mechanics and modern computer technology;
4. ON4 review scientific and technical literature in the field of space engineering and technologies, analyze sources of information, highlight key points of research;
5. ON5 apply the studied theoretical and numerical research methods to solving scientific and applied problems in the field of modern space engineering and technologies;
6. ON6 substantiate the choice of applied mathematical models and research methods for solving problems of controlling the motion of spacecraft;
7. ON7 design separate segments of space systems, spacecraft and their subsystems;
8. ON8 apply modern software packages for 3D and simulation of spacecraft and their components, as well as for processing satellite data;
9. ON9 analyze and interpret the results of the study, draw on their basis, reasoned conclusions;
10. ON10 process scientific and satellite data, draw sound conclusions based on the obtained results and to propose new ideas;
11. ON11 summarize the results of research, make reports on a given topic, present the results of research;
12. ON12 understand technical, business, social and other contexts, use practical skills in life to ensure the preservation and strengthening of health, the development and improvement of psychophysical abilities and qualities, including the development of leadership skills, the ability to work in a team, to take responsibility for themselves.

CAD/CAM
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline knowledge formation in the subject area is to learn the computer usage procedures in design and manufacturing of components. To understand the principles in computer aided design and manufacture. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to:  indicate the main problems in the subject area;  describe the features and methods of design;  сreate 2D and 3D part geometry using soft tools;  рrogram the CNC machines;  demonstrate the working principle of computer aided manufacturing processes;  use of various software packages. When studying the discipline, the following issues will be considered: 2D and 3D transformations; Modeling of curves, surfaces and solids; Standards for computer graphics. Computer aided Manufacturing: Computer Numerical Control (CNC) programming with interactive graphics, APT language, geometry, motion and auxiliary statements, macro statements, post processors, Computer aided material handling, inspection and processes planning, flexible manufacturing, group technology, robotics and machine vision, design for manufacturability and concurrent engineering.

Space flight dynamics
 Number of credits: 6
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline  the formation of professional competence in the field of space flight dynamics. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to:  demonstrate and interpret the basic concepts of the dynamics of space flight and methods for solving problems;  explain the principles of the dynamics of space flight and the relationship between their elements;  solve the problems of the dynamics of space flight;  analyze the models and methods of the dynamics of space flight;  to design the orbits of satellites for various purposes. When studying the discipline, the following questions will be considered: forces acting on a spacecraft, equations of unstable motion of a spacecraft, first integrals and their dependencies, parameters and orbital elements, eccentricity, energy constant and orbit shape determination by acceleration, Kepler equation, Lambert formulas, analysis Cayley

Dynamics of solid bodies
 Number of credits: 6
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is to form students' knowledge of the methods of analytical mechanics for mathematical modeling of mechanical systems, systematic presentation of research methods and mathematical modeling of the motion of a mechanical system, and also teach how to create mathematical models of mechanical systems. As a result of studying the discipline, the students will be able to:  determine the inertia moments of the first and second order for the solid bodies;  determine the dynamic characteristics of the motion of a solid body and a mechanical system;  solve the problems with application of the elementary theory of gyroscope;  apply the principle of virtual displacement to solve the problems of statics;  solve the problems of dynamics using the d'Alembert principle, d'AlembertLagrange equations, Lagrange equations of the first and second kind;  compose and solve the Routh equations. Analytical mechanics in modern mechanics has the lead place. On base of the methods of analytical mechanics the theoretical studies of motion of the mechanical systems or individual objects are realized, and the obtained results are widely used by the designers of various objects and machinery in practice, in particular in study and recommendations for stability of various mechanical systems. The value of analytical mechanics is now increasing steadily in some fields of modern technologies, such as the theory of motion control, space technologies, automatic control, etc.

Simulation modeling of complex systems
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline  the formation of knowledge in the field of simulation modeling of complex systems. As a result of studying the discipline, students will be able to:  demonstrate knowledge of the basic concepts of modeling theory, the classification of models and the scope of their use, modeling tasks; principles of model building;  reasonably choose the method of modeling;  to build an adequate model of the system or process using modern computer facilities;  interpret and analyze the results of the simulation. In this course, students will address the following questions: the basic concepts and concepts of simulation modeling of complex systems. Methods of building simulation models. Prediction of system parameters is also considered as one of the applications of simulation modeling.

Kazakh (Russian) Language
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The main purpose of "Kazakh language": to provide qualitative study of the Kazakh language as a means of social, intercultural, professional and personal communication through the formation of communicative competence in all types of speech activity in accordance with the requirements of qualification level certification in the Kazakh language. The aim of the course is to improve the phonetic, lexicogrammatical skills of the linguist, to improve the skills of writing the grammatical, syntactical, stylistic features of the Kazakh language in the literary norm. During the study of course, students should be competent in:  to provide the actual content of the text, to formulate their conceptual information, to describe the final sections of the text and its individual structural elements (pragmatic focus);  to request and report information according to the terms of the relationship, evaluate participants' actions, and use information as a means of influence on the interviewer in the context of cognition and communication in accordance with certification requirements;  to create speech behavioral programs in the conditions of personal, social and professional communication in accordance with the requirements of certification of the language, culture, the field of communication;  to discuss ethical, cultural and social issues of debates, to express their opinion, to prove it, to critically evaluate the opinions of the interviewees;  to participate in situations of different communication in order to realize their personal intentions and needs (domestic, educational, social, cultural), ethically correct, substantial, lexicalgrammatical and pragmatic;  be able to compile household, sociocultural, officialbusiness texts using lexicalgrammatical and pragmatic materials that correspond to the generally accepted norms, functional orientation, and level of certification. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: The curriculum is aimed at studying general education "Kazakh language" in updated content and formation of interpersonal, socialhumanitarian world view of students in the context of state programs within the national idea of spiritual renewal. It is designed to provide a qualitative study of the Kazakh language in the context of Kazakh national culture as a social, intercultural, professional and communicative tool through the formation of communicative competence in all forms of speech according to the level of qualification of students.

Foreign Language
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: The course is the integrative part of continuing foreign language education cycle and is aimed at further development of receptive( reading, listening)productive(speaking, writing) skills, intercultural and interpersonal competences for using English as the tool of communication.

Information and Communication Technologies (in English)
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: During the study of the discipline, students will learn following aspects: ICT role in key sectors of development of society. Standards in the field of ICT. Introduction to computer systems. Architecture of computer systems. Software. Operating systems. Humancomputer interaction. Database systems. Microsoft Office Excel 2016 for Windows Ranges & Tables. Networks and telecommunications. Cybersafety. Internet technologies. Cloud and mobile technologies. Multimedia technologies. Smart Technology. Etechnologies. Electronic business. Elearning. Electronic government. Information technologies in the professional sphere. Industrial ICT. Perspectives of development of ICT.

Culturology
 Number of credits: 2
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: Aim of discipline is to form a bachelor's understanding of the specifics of the development of national culture in the context of world culture and civilization, need to preserve the cultural code of the Kazakh people, ability to pursue in independent professional activity a strategy of preserving the cultural heritage of the Kazakh people in a dynamically changing multicultural world and society.

Linear аlgebra and analytical geometry
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: Purpose: to form the ability to use linear algebra to study mathematical objects. To form the ability to use the methods of vector algebra and the method of coordinates for the study of objects of analytic geometry. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to:  formulate and prove key statements of linear algebra;  calculate typical tasks (find the GCD of polynomials, find the basis and dimension of the sum of subspaces, the transition matrix from one basis to another, the angle between vectors, the orthogonal projection of the vector to space, complement the system of vectors to the basis of space, determine the multiplicity of the roots of the polynomial);  apply the Horner scheme for solving problems with polynomials;  apply the process of orthogonalization;  work in a team, to defend with reasonedness the correctness of the task solution. When studying the discipline, the following issues will be considered: ring of polynomials over an arbitrary field: divisibility, Euclidean algorithm, root multiplicity; irreducible polynomials, the canonical decomposition theorem; linear spaces; subspaces; sum and intersection of subspaces; direct sums of subspaces; orthogonal addition to the subspace; isomorphism of linear spaces; Euclidean space; unitary space; CauchyBunyakovsky inequality in Euclidean and unitary space; isomorphism of Euclidean and unitary spaces; Gram determinant.

Mathematical Analysis 1
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of studying the discipline is to obtain basic knowledge in the field of continuous mathematics, to master and be able to use such concepts as limit, continuity, derivative and integral. The task of studying the discipline is to teach students to apply the resulting mathematical apparatus to solve a specific problem. As a result of studying the discipline, students will be able to: 1. explain the key concepts of mathematical analysis (sequence, limit, continuity, derivative, basic theorems of existence and uniqueness of the solution) in the context of the relevant theories; 2. apply methods and techniques for solving problems from different sections of mathematical analysis (limit, continuity, derivative, and integral); 3. solve typical problems (finding the exact faces of numerical sets, examining the sequence for convergence, examining the function for the presence of a limit at a point, for continuity at a point and on a set, for finding the derivative of a function) using the methods of mathematical analysis; 4. solve applied problems using geometrical and mechanical meanings of the derivative; 5. use various methods for integrating and applying certain integrals in geometry, mechanics and physics; 6. investigate the convergence of series using various signs of convergence. In this course, students will study the elements of set theory; sequences; function limit; continuous, monotone and derived functions; differential calculus; main theorems on differentiable functions; Taylor formula; plotting function.

Mathematical Analysis 2
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is the formation of students' knowledge of the fundamental concepts of mathematical analysis, methods of integral calculus of functions of one real variable and their applications. Course objectives include the development of students' logical thinking and mathematical culture to study other subjects. As a result of studying the discipline, students will be able to: 1. to formulate the basic concepts of mathematical analysis and to be able to apply them to various mathematical situations; 2. describe the fundamental concepts of mathematical analysis 2: the theory of integral calculus, the theory of number series, the theory of functional series, functions of several variables; 3. provide written explanations of key concepts from the course; 4. analyze and explain solutions to problems both in writing and orally; 5. apply mathematical reasoning and mathematical analysis to solve theoretical and applied problems of mechanics; 6. have the skills to work with special literature. Be able to: use a variety of methods of integration and the use of certain fishingintegration in geometry, mechanics and physics; examine the convergence of the series, using a variety of signs of convergence. To know: basic properties of nondefinite integral. Improper integrals 1 and II kind. Absolute and conditional convergence of improper integrals. The properties of convergent series. Signs of the uniform convergence of functional sequences and series. Power series. Owning: practical skills of using different integration methods and applications of definite integrals in geometry and mechanics; examine the convergence of the series and features the extremum.

Materials mechanics
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline  the development and formation of: possession of the basic methods of work structures, calculation circuits for calculating tasks of planar and spatial building construction elements for strength, rigidity and stability; preparing the future specialist to conduct selfdesign calculations. As a result of studying the discipline, the students will be able to:  formulate the basic principles, provisions and hypotheses of resistance of materials;  describe the methods and practical methods for calculating rods, flat and volumetric constructions under various force, deformation and temperature effects;  competently make design schemes;  determine theoretically and experimentally the internal forces, stresses, deformations and displacements in the rods, plates and bulk elements of building structures;  calculate the stressstrain state of the rods, flat and spatial elements of structures under various influences using theoretical methods using modern computer technology, readymade programs;  analyze the exact results of any structural elements and machine parts for strength, rigidity and stability;  choose structural materials and forms that provide the required indicators of reliability, safety, economic and structural efficiency. In this course, students will learn axial tensioncompression rods; torsion round rods; flat bending of beams; displacement in pivotal systems with arbitrary loading; disclosure of static indeterminacy of core systems by the method of forces; stability of compressed rods; mechanical characteristics of materials.

Scientific data processing
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline  training students in data collection  systematic registration of information; data analysis includes work to identify patterns and trends in data sets; data interpretation explains these patterns and trends. Scientists interpret data based on their basic knowledge and experience; thus, different scientists can interpret the same data in different ways. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to:  organize, analyze and interpret the scientific data;  work with data types from astronomy, remote sensing, physics, materials science and etc;  obtain and use different data in simulations, experiments, or observations;  use Visualization and statistical analysis techniques for any type of scientific data from different subjects. Scientific data processing is responsible for the design, development, implementation and integration of scientific data processing applications. It supports all stages of the development of instruments, spacecraft and missions, from concept to analysis before and after the mission, for earth sciences, space science, intelligence systems, etc. Data analysis is the basis of any scientific research.

Ordinary Differential Equations
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The aim of the discipline is to acquaint students with basic concepts and methods for solving ordinary differential equations, principles of mathematical modeling of applied problems of the theory of differential equations. In the course of studying the course to form students' abilities:  explain the basic concepts of ordinary differential equations (partial solution, general solution, common integral, special solution), understand the assertions and proofs of the main theorems;  classify the types of differential equations of the first order, resolved with respect to the derivative;  solve the main types of ordinary differential equations of the first order (equations with separable derivatives, homogeneous equations, linear equations, equations in full differentials) and linear equations and systems with constant coefficients;  possess the skills of compiling mathematical models using the apparatus of the theory of ordinary differential equations;  solve applied problems described by ordinary differential equations;  correctly choose a method for solving ordinary differential equations;  work in a team, reasonably defend the correctness of the choice of a solution to the problem;  to critically evaluate their activities, the activities of the team, and to be capable of selfeducation and selfdevelopment. When studying the discipline, the following issues will be considered: Basic concepts of ordinary differential equations (solution, general solution, general integral, special solution). Differential equations of the first order. The theorem of existence and uniqueness of solutions of the Cauchy problem. Higher order equations. General theory of linear equations and systems. Structure of solutions. Linear equations and systems with constant coefficients. The concept of Lyapunov’s stability. General theory of normal systems. Partial differential equations of the first order.

Orbital Mechanics
 Number of credits: 6
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline  the formation of knowledge in the field of orbital mechanics; skills of solving problems of spacecraft motion in orbit; analysis of the characteristics of the movements of celestial bodies; apply the methods of celestial mechanics to study the motion of a mechanical system and determine its properties. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to:  demonstrate knowledge of the basic laws and concepts of orbital mechanics;  formulate and solve problems of orbital mechanics, in particular, the determination of the trajectory and transition pulses for space flight;  determine the main characteristics of the motion of a space flight (undisturbed and disturbed motion, types of orbits, orbit parameters, flight time, orbital transition maneuvers and forecasting methods);  apply integrals of equations of motion in cosmodynamic applications;  deeply analyzes the characteristics of the movements of celestial bodies;  analyze basic concepts and apply them to complex systems;  uses the methods of celestial mechanics to study the motion of a mechanical system and determine its properties. When studying the discipline, the following questions will be considered: the Cauchy problem on celestial mechanics. Methods of celestial mechanics: the use of analytical methods, methods of analysis and quantitative methods for solving the characteristics and properties of the problem. The method of instantaneous elements. Centuries, periodic, mixed perturbations. Order, degree, rank, class of indignation. Sustainability concepts related to different variable systems. Methods for solving limited problems of celestial mechanics.

Fundamentals of rocket science
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is to form knowledge in the field of rocket science, knowledge of the theoretical foundations and practical methods of dynamic analysis of complex structures. Upon successful completion of this discipline, students will be able to:  demonstrate knowledge of the main theories and concepts in modern rocket production;  systematize knowledge about modern problems of creating rocket technology;  develop layout schemes, determine the composition and justify the choice of characteristics of onboard systems of missiles;  analyze the possibility of reducing costs and increasing economic efficiency in the creation of modern rocket and space technology;  choose means and methods sufficient for a critical assessment of the main theories and concepts in modern rocket production;  choose means and methods sufficient for critical understanding of the information received from various sources, highlight the most important and create new knowledge on its basis. The course covers the following topics: modern problems of creating rocket and space technology, the use of modern materials in rocket production, types of materials and their use to create various structural elements, selection of an aerodynamic scheme, ensuring the efficiency of a structure at high temperatures, problems of creating high thrust rocket engines.

Software packages for solving engineering problems
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline  is the formation of knowledge, skills and abilities with a wide range of modern software packages: applied, special and multimedia software packages. To form the skills and abilities to work with various types of information through computer and information technology in engineering activities. Upon successful completion of this discipline, students will be able to:  describe the main problems in the subject area;  choose methods and means of their solution and apply them in practice;  Demonstrate knowledge of software packages designed to solve mechanical problems; modern experimental methods for the mechanics of materials;  use modern software packages for solving problems of mechanics;  analyze the results obtained and make reasonable conclusions. When studying the discipline, the following issues will be considered: Types of databases, their design and use. Classification of database management systems. Properties, types, models of knowledge representation, their acquisition and formalization. Expert systems and knowledge bases.

Political Science
 Number of credits: 2
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: Aim of discipline is to study the formation and functioning of politics, the preparation of students to participate in the political life of the country, the formation of an active civic position. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to: 1. describe the features of the organization and functioning of political institutions (institutions of representation and coordination of interests); 2. demonstrate an understanding of the mechanisms and principles of the functioning of political power, political institutions, internal, external, world politics and international relations; 3. demonstrate an understanding of the essence and laws of the functioning and development of politics, its role in various spheres of society’s life; 4. justify the interconnection of political systems and political regimes; 5. evaluate the degree of objectivity of political information from different sources, to give reasoning for expressing one’s civil position, to evaluate facts, events, phenomena on the basis of analysis of the political strategy and national interests of modern states; Purpose of the discipline: The academic discipline “Political science” forms knowledge of the laws and laws of world politics and modern political processes, explaining the essence and content of the policy of national states, on the basis of ensuring national security and the realization of national interests. The study of this discipline promotes an understanding of internal and external connections and relationships, main trends and patterns regularities, operating in different political systems, the elaborationof objective criteria for the social dimension of politics.

Space Systems Design 1
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of studying the discipline is to develop students' knowledge of the development of the mission of the spacecraft, the design stages of the spacecraft, and also to familiarize students with the procedures for analyzing and developing space systems. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to:  demonstrate knowledge in the field of designing space systems;  explain the modern methods of space systems design;  select the mission of the spacecraft;  critically evaluate existing design methods and architecture definitions applied to space systems;  apply new structures and corresponding new tools to determine the optimal space architecture;  develop spacecraft subsystems. When studying the discipline, the following topics will be considered: Space Mission Design process, Telecommunications, Power Systems and Thermal Management, Propulsion, Structures, Guidance, Navigation, Spacecraft Attitude and control.

Space Systems Design 2
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of studying the discipline is to develop students' knowledge and skills in the field of designing space systems. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to:  demonstrate knowledge of the spacecraft flight control systems;  develop technical specifications for systems design;  make mathematical design models;  explain and model the influence of factors such as uncertainty, political decisions and the need for reliability and flexibility in optimal architectural conditions;  calculate the trajectory and pulse power launch, select the configuration of the launch vehicle;  analyze the reliability of the spacecraft;  design ground segment and ground control complex of the spacecraft;  create a detailed technical report describing the design of the engineering system. During studying the discipline, the following topics will be considered: launch vehicles, reliability analysis and cost modeling, ground control complex, ground target complex, ground segment.

Psychology
 Number of credits: 2
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of studying of the discipline is to provide scientifically grounded training of highly qualified specialists on the basis of studying the fundamental concepts of psychology management, creating the necessary prerequisites for theoretical understanding and practical application of the most important management problems related to the process of professional development within the chosen specialty. During the study of course, master students should be competent in: 1. to know basics of psychological science and practice necessary to improve the effectiveness of professional activities; 2. understand the psychological patterns and phenomena arising in professional and scientificpedagogical activities; 3. to critically analyze life and professional situations from the point of view of psychology, to see the relationship between the behavior and results of individual and collective activities, resources development opportunities; 4. integrate psychological information into general knowledge and formulate judgments; 5. use psychological knowledge to make effective decisions, implement successful communication strategies in personal life and professional activities; effectively use psychological knowledge in order to develop own personality and team. This course will familiarize master degree students with scientific knowledge corresponding to the current level of development of psychological science and practice. The subject, branches, methods of psychology, patterns of development and functioning of mental processes, properties and states of personality, communication, basics of effective interaction and conflict overcoming, selfdevelopment and selfpresentation will be examined, taking into account the professional and scientificpedagogical activity of master degree students.

Modern History of Kazakhstan
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [РК1+MT1+РК2+ ГЭК] (100)
 Description: The purpose of discipline: to give students objective historical knowledge of the main stages of the history of modern Kazakhstan; to direct students’ attention to the problems of the formation and development of statehood and historical and cultural processes; to explain students the essence of the fundamental problems of history; to teach them the scientific methods of historical knowledge; to form a scientific world outlook and citizenship among students. As a result of studying the discipline, the following abilities of students will be formed:  substantiate and explain the historical background and periods of the formation of an independent Kazakhstan statehood in the context of the world and Eurasian historical process;  conduct a criticalcomparative and retrospective analysis of individual phenomena and events of the historical past with a common paradigm of the worldhistorical development of human society based on the new positions of modern Kazakhstan;  build and predict the immanent advantages, features, and significance of the Kazakhstan development model;  identify and evaluate the knowledge of analytical and axiological analysis in the study of complex historical processes, phenomena and the role of historical personalities in the history of modern Kazakhstan;  form own opinion of the students on the modernization of Kazakhstan society, acquire historical knowledge to determine the objectivity of events taking place in modern Kazakhstan and the world community. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: Conceptual framework for the study of national history; the origins and continuity of the Kazakh statehood: antiquity, the Middle Ages and the new time; patterns of political, socioeconomic and cultural development of the state; Kazakhstan on the way to the Independence: the stages of the formation of the idea of a national state. Civil and political confrontation; the implementation of the Soviet model of state construction; contradictions and consequences of Soviet reforms in Kazakhstan in the second half of the twentieth century; the policy of "perestroika" in Kazakhstan; Kazakhstan’s model of economic development; social modernization is the basis of the wellbeing of society; ethnicdemographic processes and the strengthening of interethnic harmony; social and political development prospects and spiritual modernization; the policy of forming a new historical consciousness and worldview of the people of the Great Steppe; Kazakhstan is a staterecognized by modern world; N.A. Nazarbayev is a person in history; the formation of a united future nation.

Sociology
 Number of credits: 2
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: SociologyThe purpose of teaching the discipline "General and Applied Sociology" is to form a systematic notion of students about sociology as a science, development of sociological theory and branches of sociology, to teach skills in the application of methods of sociological research and analysis of data in professional and daily life. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to: 1. to explain social interactions, phenomena and processes, social changes in the world on the basis of macro and microsociological theories; 2. to interpret the basic sociological concepts and theories with the purpose of studying social processes; 3. to demonstrate the ability to find available sources of sociological information, generalize and analyze data; 4. to use methods of sociological research, be able to plan, organize and conduct miniresearch on student projects; 5. to form skills in the analysis of texts and writing essays, discussions, effective work in a group, presentation of research results. The course presents general questions of theory and history of sociology, methodology and methods of sociological research, special sociological theories. This course is aimed at shaping the sociological imagination of students, basic ideas about the subject and methods of sociological research, topical problems and sociology branches. It offers students the main concepts of sociological theory and effective technologies for studying various spheres of modern society.

Satellite communication systems
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is to familiarize students with modern satellite communication and navigation systems; the principles of their work, the formation of basic knowledge in the field of digital technologies of radio communication and broadcasting, navigation of mobile objects, including space vehicles, the acquisition of skills in the design and calculation of digital radiocommunication systems and navigation, preparation of undergraduates for independent scientific and practical activities in the subject area. As a result of studying the discipline, the mannrant will be able to:  apply the basic concepts, methods, algorithms and means of modern satellite navigation;  use the necessary software and work with it;  identify sources of errors in satellite observations and ways to reduce them;  demonstrate technological schemes for the use of satellite technologies in navigation;  analyze the application of methods, algorithms and software to solve practical problems in the field of satellite navigation. When studying the discipline, the following issues will be considered: modern systems of satellite communication and navigation, means of their implementation, the principles of operation and interrelationships of satellite communication systems, the theoretical basis for their design. Types and principles of operation of modern satellite communication and navigation systems, modern methods for their design.

Theoretical mechanics
 Number of credits: 6
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The goal of this course is the formation of knowledge on the basic laws of nature, the acquisition of skills for constructing mathematical models occurring in nature and engineering processes and their analysis using the methods and means of modern mathematics; development of future specialists' abilities to scientific generalizations and conclusions. As a result of studying the discipline, the students will be able to:  describe the basic mathematical models used in theoretical mechanics;  to determine the kinematic characteristics of the motion of a material point and a mechanical system;  solve static problems, applying equilibrium conditions for various systems of forces, taking into account static certainty and uncertainty;  to solve problems of dynamics on the basis of Newton's second law, as well as using the main theorems of dynamics;  analyze the relative motion of the material point;  to analyze the nonfree movement of a material point. In this course, the kinematics of a point and a rigid body, the complex motion of a point and a rigid body, the basic definitions and axioms of statics, the basic concepts, problems and theorems of dynamics, the oscillations of a material point will be considered.

Control theory
 Number of credits: 6
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the course is to form students' professional competences in the field of management theory, study the basic concepts and laws of the theory of managing processes in nature and technology, and develop skills in applying the methods and laws of management in solving problems. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to: 1.describe the main categories, definitions and concepts of control theory; 2.apply the obtaned knowledge to solve the problems of controlling the motion of mechanical systems; 3.demonstrate the skills to solve the simplest optimization problems of theoretical and applied mechanics; 4.determine the main characteristics of the motion of a space flight (undisturbed and disturbed motion, types of orbits, orbit parameters, flight time, orbital transition maneuvers and forecasting methods). The course covers the following topics: introduction to control theory, introduction to feedback control, system modeling, ordinary differential equations for control modeling, the concept of stability and its definition, Lyapunov stability and secondorder systems, linear systems, research of linear systems, systems discrete time.

Physics
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is to form students' ideas about the modern physical picture of the world and the scientific worldview, ability to use the fundamental laws, theories of classical and modern physics, as well as methods of physical research as the basis of the system of professional activity. As a result of studying the discipline, students will be able to:  demonstrate their knowledge and understanding: the nature and practice of electricity and magnetism, the use and use of electricity and magnetism; the effects on society and the environment;  use appropriate information technology for research and develop core competence in the use of technology.  collect, analyze and interpret the information and the results of the study;  analyze statistical data, apply mathematical concepts to help analyze data, transfer information and build tables and graphs, develop key competences using mathematical ideas and methods.  work as an individual and as a member of a group to conduct research, and thereby develop key competences, plan and organize activities, and work with other people and groups. The course «Physics» is built on the system of knowledge: on field electrostatic interactions in vacuum, the disclosure of factors and patterns of learning processes about dielectric and conductive media, electrical conductivity and contact phenomena in various media, apply modern strategies for the development of nature and the laws of the magnetic field, the law of electromagnetic induction, the Maxwell equations system, аs well as the study of the foundations of the theory of electromagnetism.

Physical Training
 Number of credits: 8
 Type of control: РК(с оценкой)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is to improve health, increase working capacity, maintain an active lifestyle, characterize the tasks and functions of physical culture. The training course forms the proper level of physical fitness, necessary for the development of professional skills in the process of learning at the university. Discipline is aimed at the positive influence of physical culture on professional activities and on a healthy lifestyle. In the course of studying the course to form students' abilities:  to form students' knowledge of the theory, history and methods of physical culture;  to teach students practical skills and habits of various sports, modern and motor and recreational systems;  to form in the student a sustainable positive motivationalvalue relation to a healthy lifestyle;  develop a student's readiness for selfdetermination, selfimprovement and selfdevelopment in the field of physical culture. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: understanding of the social role of physical culture in personal development and preparing bachelor for professional activities; knowledge of scientific, biological and practical bases of physical culture and healthy lifestyle.

Philosophy
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is the formation in students of a holistic system concept of philosophy as a special form of knowledge of the world, its main sections, problems and methods of studying them in the context of future professional activity. During the study of course, students should be competent in:  describe the main content of ontology and metaphysics in the context of the historical development of philosophy;  explain the specifics of the philosophical interpretation of reality;  to classify the methods of scientific and philosophical knowledge of the world;  to substantiate the role and importance of key worldview concepts as values of social and personal being of a person in the modern world;  to conduct research relevant to identifying the philosophical content of problems in the professional field and to present the results for discussion. During the study of the discipline, students will learn following aspects: The emergence and development of philosophy. The emergence of philosophy. The subject and method of philosophy. Historical types of philosophy. Fundamentals of philosophical understanding of the world. The problem of being. Ontology and metaphysics. Consciousness and language. Cognition and creativity. Scientific and extrascientific knowledge. Science and technology Philosophy of man and the value world. Life and death. Meaning of life. Ethics. Philosophy of values. Freedom. Aesthetics. Perception and creation of beauty. Society and culture. Philosophy of history. "Mangilik El" and "Ruhani zhangyru"  the philosophy of the new Kazakhstan.

Electrical engineering
 Number of credits: 6
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is to create a system of competencies in the context of the qualification requirements of the specialty. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to:  to demonstrate their knowledge in the field of electrical engineering their understanding;  demonstrate the basic laws and methods of calculating linear electric circuits, inductively coupled circuits, methods of analysis and calculation;  demonstrate an understanding of the general structure of the theory of electrical circuits and the connections between its elements;  analyze the learning situation, suggest the direction of its decision;  analyze the dynamics of solving scientific problems of the course (scientific reviews of the research of a specific problem);  use the methods of research, calculation, analysis, etc., peculiar to the electrical devices in individual or group teaching and research activities. During studying the discipline, the following issues will be considered: study of steadystate processes in DC electric circuits, singlephase sinusoidal current, resonant modes in electrical circuits, inductively coupled circuits, circuits under periodic nonsinusoidal influences, electrical circuits with distributed parameters, transients in electrical circuits; development of methods for calculating steadystate modes in linear DC circuits.

CAE
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is the formation of skills to solve various engineering problems: the calculation, analysis and simulation of physical processes, using application packages. As a result, the student will be able to:  to demonstrate knowledge of the structures and basic algorithms of CAE  systems;  solve problems in the CAE system;  apply the methods of system analysis, synthesis technology and management to solve applied design problems;  the construction of 2D elements, surfaces, solids;  analysis of the results of solving problems in different CAEsystems;  the creation and design of drawings. The following issues will be considered during the discipline studies: computeraided design system and their components, design in computeraided design systems, CAE systems based on the finite element method and their components, problem solving in the SAE system, universal CAE systems based on the finite element method and their algorithmization, reliability and accuracy of the results of solving problems in the universal CAE systems.

Algorithmization and programming
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of studying the discipline is theoretical and practical training of students in the field of programming so that they can choose the necessary structures for the presentation of data and algorithms for their effective processing. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to:  choose data structures to effectively solve data processing problems;  use methods for solving problems and conditions for its effective use;  formalize an application task and interpret it in terms of programming;  decompose the original task to the level of basic structures and algorithms for their processing;  choose the method of implementing typical data processing algorithms. When studying the discipline, the following questions will be considered: Data structures: classification; ways of placing items; basic operations on structures. Algorithms for searching on graphs: an exhaustive search: enumeration with a return, the branch and bound method, dynamic programming. The theory of complexity of algorithms: NPcomplex and intractable problems.

AlFarabi and Modernity
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is the formation of students' ideas about the scientific and philosophical heritage of the great Turkic thinker Abu Nasr alFarabi in the context of the development of world and national culture. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: The discipline is devoted to the presentation of the basic philosophical and scientific views of Abu Nasr alFarabi. In the course of studying the course, the peculiarities of alFarabi's philosophy and its significance for the present are considered, the question of the essence of the scientific and innovative project «Al Farabi university smart city» and its role in the formation of a smart society in Kazakhstan is touched upon. When studying the discipline, the following topics will be considered: the life and work of alFarabi, the attitude of alFarabi to religion, the teaching about the knowledge of alFarabi, the logic of alFarabi, the doctrine of the being of alFarabi, the philosophy of Al Farabi, the natural philosophy of al Farabi and modern science, the philosophy of the art of alFarabi, social and ethical views of alFarabi, a virtuous city as a model of AlFarabi university Smartcity.

Aerodynamics
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is  the formation of knowledge in the field of aerodynamics. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to:  indicate the main problems in the subject area;  describe the features and methods of design;  to demonstrate knowledge in the field of aerodynamics;  determine the basic source data in the design of any aircraft;  determine the configuration of the aircraft and its orientation relative to the selected coordinate system. When studying the discipline, the following issues will be considered: Standard atmosphere. The principle of inversion of motion and the hypothesis of continuity of the mediumThe basic equations of aerodynamics. Mass conservation law (continuity equation). The law of conservation of energy (Bernoulli equation). The theory of similarity of physical phenomena. Boundary layer Aerodynamic forces and moments.

Spacecraft dynamics and control
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the course is the formation of knowledge about the theoretical and practical fundamentals of spacecraft motion control systems and the dynamics used to solve problems in space subjects. As a result, the student will be able to:  indicate the main problems in the subject area;  describe the features and methods of controlling the motion of spacecraft;  to solve problems of modeling, calculation and systems of motion control and navigation of spacecraft and their components using special application software, which provides the necessary skills to solve complex problems in this area;  analyze the process of dynamics and motion control of spacecraft;  develop and apply mathematical models of the functioning of space systems to assess the characteristics of their accuracy;  apply the knowledge gained in solving problems of dynamics and motion control of spacecraft. When studying the discipline, the following issues will be addressed: specialized software for solving problems of controlling the motion of spacecraft, principles for constructing physical and mathematical models, their applicability to specific processes and elements, the basics of computeraided design, spacecraft and space systems.

Inclusive Education
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The goal of the course is to build the ability to apply modern strategies of inclusive education. The course is aimed at acquaintance of inclusive education, the formation of skills for designing pedagogical process of students. The specialist will be able to create optimal conditions for educational integration; apply strategies and methods of inclusive education, organize pedagogical support for subjects of educational integration;create optimal conditions for educational integration in a mass school;control the stability of their emotional state in interaction with children with special educational needs and their parents; analyze and evaluate the pedagogical process for children with special educational needs.

Microprocessor systems
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is the use and development of microprocessor systems, including microcontrollers and processor devices. Also learning the theoretical basics. As a result of studying the discipline the student will be able to:  describe the basics of a microprocessor system, microcontrollers of different types, electrical circuits of different types;  determine the principle of operation of simple analog and digital devices;  apply electronic equipment in practice;  systematize standard electronic devices for the purpose of a specific physical experiment;  Collect simple functional electronic devices on integrated circuits and discrete components, computer models. When studying the discipline, the following issues will be considered: the basic concepts of microprocessor technology, the principles of the operation of microprocessor systems, methods for designing microprocessor systems based on microcontrollers. Designing of hardware and software. Features of systems of various levels of complexity and various purposes, principles of architectural decisions, ways and means of organization of information exchange are considered.

Navigation technologies
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of studying the discipline is to develop students' knowledge and skills in the field of navigation technology. As a result of the course, students will be able to:  demonstrate knowledge of navigation technologies;  use reference systems used in navigation technologies;  determine the coordinates in the global navigation technologies;  demonstrate the technological schemes of the use of satellite technologies in navigation;  apply the acquired knowledge and skills in practice in solving various problems of navigation. When studying the discipline, the following questions will be addressed: methods and instrumental means of navigation, theory and basic principles of navigation, navigation systems, navigation technologies, types and physical principles of satellite measurements in navigation technologies, methods of determining coordinates in navigation technologies.

Processing of satellite data
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline  the formation of knowledge in the processing of satellite data. Obtain unique information for the study of both the Earth’s ecosystems and nearEarth space, as well as deep space. Recovery, separation of information flows, noise suppression, data compression, filtering, signal amplification. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to:  describe the main problems in the subject area;  choose methods and means of their solution and apply them in practice;  make an overview of the methods and techniques of digital filtering;  systematize the processing and transformations of digital data in modern information systems for recording, accumulating, processing and presenting data;  demonstrate knowledge of the implementation of effective algorithms for the transformation and analysis of digital data in information systems and on modern personal computers. When studying the discipline, the following issues will be considered: basic methods and techniques for digital processing and transformation of information data in modern information systems for recording, storing, processing and presentation of data, methods for implementing effective algorithms for converting and analyzing digital data in information systems and on modern personal computers, prepare students for independent scientific and practical activities in the subject area.

Optics
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is to form students' ideas about the basic concepts and laws of optics, optical research methods, teaching the skills of the simplest practical calculations, as well as experimental work in the laboratory. Upon successful completion of this discipline, students should be able to:  apply the general laws of physics to solve specific problems in optics;  to solve problems of wave and geometric optics;  conduct optical observations and experiments;  analyze and process experimental data obtained in the laboratory of optics;  use modern educational and information technologies to acquire new knowledge. When studying the discipline, the following questions will be considered: basic laws of geometric and wave optics, basic methods for solving optical problems, interference, Fourier transformspectroscopy principle, dualbeam interferometers, diffraction, Fresnel zone method, Fraunhofer diffraction, nonlinear phenomena in optics, sources nonlinear polarization.

Basics of GIS technologies
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of this course is the formation of knowledge about the fundamentals of geographic information systems, the organization and methods of designing and implementing geographic information systems and their individual components. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to:  demonstrate knowledge of the basics of GIS technology;  to represent the requirements for the storage of geoinformation data;  determine the main types of modern GIS technologies, their main functions, data structures describing geoinformation data;  to simulate basic designs for geoinformation data;  To form requirements for the used GIS in the design. When studying the discipline, the following issues will be considered: geoinformational systems and technologies. geoinformational systems and technologies. The concept of geographic information systems (GIS). GIS functionality. The overall structure of the GIS. GIS classification. Organization of data in GIS. Problems solved by GIS technology.

Basics of the satellite navigation systems
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is the formation of knowledge about the basics of satellite navigation systems, the principles of their work, the formation of students' basic knowledge in the field of digital radio communication and broadcasting technologies, navigation of mobile objects, including spacecraft, the acquisition of skills in designing and calculating digital radio communication systems and navigation.As a result of studying the discipline, the mannrant will be able to:  apply the basic concepts, methods, algorithms and means of modern satellite navigation;  use the necessary software and work with it;  identify sources of errors in satellite observations and ways to reduce them;  demonstrate technological schemes for the use of satellite technologies in navigation;  analyze the application of methods, algorithms and software to solve practical problems in the field of satellite navigation. When studying the discipline, the following issues will be considered: systems of satellite communication and navigation, means of their implementation, the principles of operation and interrelationships of satellite communication systems, the theoretical basis for their design. Types and principles of operation of modern satellite communication and navigation systems, modern methods for their design.

Fundamentals of thermodynamics and heat and mass transfer
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is to acquaint students with the basic laws of thermodynamics and heat and mass transfer, the study of the laws of energy conversion in the form of heat transfer and work, with the basic concepts of reversible and irreversible processes and methods for their analysis. As a result of studying the discipline, the students will be able to:  demonstrate knowledge of the basic laws of thermodynamics and heat and mass transfer;  analyze the laws of thermodynamics of homogeneous processes, the conditions of thermodynamic balance;  to simulate processes at equilibrium and flows of fluidity and gas, thermodynamics and heat and mass transfer;  solve the problems of thermodynamics and heat and mass transfer applying the basic laws;  apply engineering methods for calculating temperatures and heat fluxes in structures of various shapes for different heat exchange conditions;  perform heat engineering calculations for a specific heat engineering equipment. When studying the discipline, the following questions will be considered: laws of thermodynamics. Twoparameter environments. Perfect gas. Internal energy. Equation of heat flow for an ideal gas. Thermodynamic equilibrium reversible processes. Cycle Carnot. The system of equations of continuum mechanics. Classic liquid and gas models. NavierStokes law.

Fundamentals of digital microelectronics
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the course is the formation of knowledge in the field of digital microelectronics. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to:  to demonstrate knowledge in the field of the theoretical principles of digital microelectronics;  to demonstrate knowledge of the principles of construction of electronic devices and devices by means of digital microelectronics;  apply the knowledge gained in practice;  to conduct a comparative analysis of various types of digital microelectronics;  use microelectronics in equipment of various functional purposes. When studying the discipline, the following questions will be considered: the tasks and principles of digital microelectronics, the main directions of microelectronics, features of integrated and functional microelectronics. Basic concepts of microprocessor technology, discusses the principles of operation of microprocessor systems, methods for designing microprocessor systems based on microcontrollers.

Legal Bases of Corruption Control
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline: To form the ability to analyze the activities of public authorities, political and public organizations in the field of combating corruption. Give objective knowledge about the problems of corruption in modern society. To direct students' attention to the problems of the formation of anticorruption culture. Explain the basic provisions of anticorruption legislation to students. Familiarize them with the content of the national anticorruption plan. To teach them how to overcome corruption. During the study of course, students should be competent in:  to substantiate and explain the anticorruption policy of the Republic of Kazakhstan,  to determine the forms and methods of manifestation of corruption in various spheres of life,  to operate with legal concepts and categories related to the legal regulation of anticorruption activities,  assess corruptionrelated situations for the formation of standards of behavior in accordance with legal and moral and ethical norms,  perform anticorruption behavior,  form a legal anticorruption thinking and consciousness. During the study of the discipline, students will learn following aspects: the regulatory framework for countering corruption as the main regulator of anticorruption policy reveals the concept and essence of corruption, defines the legal framework for countering corruption, standards of anticorruption behavior. Applied discipline has interdisciplinary connections with criminal, criminal procedure, civil and administrative law.

Entrepreneurship
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline: is the formation of students' view about innovation in entrepreneurial activity, the main types of innovation, problems and methods of developing innovative projects in the context of future professional activity. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: the main types of entrepreneurial activity and innovations, the difference between business and entrepreneurship, the basic theories of entrepreneurship, the rules for developing a business idea; rules for developing a business plan, the main phases of innovation; the basic subjects of innovative and enterprise activity.

Applied theory of gyroscopes
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: Within a course bases of the theory of a gyroscope are studied, which have the widest scope of application, since traffic control space and aircraft, rocketry, and finishing construction of underground and land roads, mining. As a result of studying the course, students are able to:  demonstrate knowledge of the approximate theory of gyroscopes;  give the definition of a symmetric gyro;  define a gyroscopic moment;  explain the rule of precession, the Foucault rule;  formulate the case of a fast rotating gyroscope;  derive the differential equations of rotation of a symmetric gyroscope. When studying the discipline will be addressed the following questions: gyroscopic phenomena, properties of gyroscopes, types of gyros, gyroscopic systems, the use of gyroscopic systems, the theory of final turns, parameters Rodrigues Hamilton, addition of turns of a solid, equations of the precessional theory of a gyroscope in a gimbal suspension, equations of the gyroscope rotor in the presence of a cardan suspension.

Applied electronics
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is to form of a system of knowledge, allowing to apply in practice the element base of electronic devices, the study of the principles of operation of simple analog and digital devices, to have an idea of the structure and principles of organization of electronic methods for measuring, transmitting and processing information. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to:  describe the basics of microprocessor technology, microcontrollers of different types, electrical circuits of different types;  determine the principle of operation of simple analog and digital devices;  apply electronic equipment in practice;  to systematize standard electronic devices for the purpose of a specific physical experiment;  Collect simple functional electronic devices on integrated circuits and discrete components, computer models. When studying the discipline, the following issues will be considered: basic concepts of electronic equipment in practice, standard electronic devices for the purposes of a specific physical experiment, the simplest functional electronic devices on integrated circuits and discrete components, computer models.

Programmable logic devices
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is the formation of ideas about the appointment, composition, principles of construction and functioning of computer networks, understanding of the sources of effective application of computer networks and the means of their construction. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to:  describe the features of the operation of space assets, the management of ground operation of space assets, the integration of space assets into a single space system through networks with information and control communications, information space systems;  to compile an extensive analysis in modern information technologies used in space systems, automated control systems, computer design systems;  to systematize knowledge and skills on computer modeling of problems in the field of space systems;  apply the obtained theoretical skills as a base for modeling tasks in the space industry, apply the obtained practical programming skills;  describe the microprocessor architectures and system components of these devices in working with different types of devices using embedded systems. When studying the discipline, the following questions will be addressed: students will study the principles of information and communication support of the operation of space assets. Processing and transformation of information data in modern information systems of registration, accumulation, processing and presentation of data, on the implementation of effective algorithms for the transformation and analysis of information data in information systems and on modern personal computers.

Design of mechanical systems
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The aim of the course is to study the methods of optimal design of flat lever mechanisms and other structures by students. The tasks are to give an idea of the development of algorithms for structuralkinematic analysis, kinematic and force analysis and minimization of the total mass of the projected flat lever mechanisms and their software implementation. As a result of studying the discipline, the students will be able to: 1. describe the methods of research of kinematics and dynamics of mechanisms and machines, robotic systems, methods for analyzing dynamic processes in machines; 2. to analyze the dynamic processes in the machines, to carry out the design of lever mechanisms, taking into account the kinematic and dynamic conditions; 3. solve problems of dynamic synthesis of flat mechanisms with lower pairs; 4. to build mathematical models of the kinematics of specific mechanisms and know the methods of their solution; 5. apply their knowledge in the study of kinematics and the dynamics of specific machines, mechanisms and robots. In this course, students will become familiar with the software implementation of the kinematic analysis of flat mechanisms, with the power analysis of the mechanisms under investigation and minimizing the total mass of mechanisms in the design process, learning the rational choice of the structure and parameters of the mechanisms in which the technological process is organized by the best choice.

Ecology and Human Life Safety
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The main purpose of the discipline: to form knowledge about the patterns of interaction of living organisms with the environment, the functioning of the biosphere, the fundamentals of ensuring human life security from harmful, damaging factors of a natural, manmade and social nature, methods of protection against hazards, measures to eliminate the consequences of accidents, catastrophes, natural disasters, environmental protection and environmental management. During the study of course, students should be competent in:  justify the dangerous and harmful factors of the human environment;  to analyze the conditions for maintaining ecological balance and ensuring environmental safety of the environment;  assess ways to reduce human impact, leading to climate change and the destruction of the ozone layer of the earth, the preservation of biodiversity and the prevention of desertification and land degradation;  organize rescue operations in emergency situations of various kinds;  use legislative and legal frameworks in the field of safety and environmental protection in practice;  predict emergencies and their consequences, make a decision on the choice of the main methods, means and methods of individual and collective protection in emergency situations. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: global modern environmental problems, causes, stages of their formation and consequences, sustainable development of nature and society, international cooperation in the field of environmental protection. its role in preventing the ecological crisis and ensuring the sustainable development of mankind

Electric circuits
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is the formation of knowledge in the field of electrical circuits. Upon successful completion of this discipline, students should be able to:  interpret the basic concepts of the circuit, such as voltage, current, power, energy, etc., using the laws of Ohm and Kirchhoff.  describe the main methods for calculating electrical circuits: methods for node voltages and mesh current  Analyze the schemes using the theorems of Thevenin and Norton.  Build a vector diagrams for the analysis of circuits on an alternating current  Circuit analysis with active, reactive and complex powers  Analyze the circuits with operational amplifiers This discipline is devoted to students studying the basics of electrical circuits, basic elements and laws, methods of circuit analysis. Also gives the basic concepts of DC and AC circuits, circuit analysis methods, power ratings and operational amplifiers of both direct current and alternating current. Contents of the discipline: physical principles of electrical engineering. Fundamentals of electric charge, current and voltage, Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Laws, Power balance, analysis of resistive circuits. Basic methods for calculating electrical circuits: methods of node voltages and mesh current. Theorems of Thevenin and Norton

Highlevel programming languages
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The goal of the course is to form professional competencies in programming in highlevel languages, to develop basic skills of objectoriented programming, to provide a multithreaded graphical user interface and network programming in highlevel languages. As a result of studying the discipline, students will be able to:  apply the techniques of structured (functional) decomposition to break a program into smaller pieces;  write clear and comprehensive program documentation;  write programs that use data structures, including arrays, strings, linked lists, stacks, queues, sets, and maps;  design, implement, test, debug, and document recursive functions, GUI, eventdriven programs;  design, implement, test, debug, and document in objectoriented programming language. When studying the discipline, the following issues will be considered: the structure of objectoriented programming using highlevel languages, аlgorithms, simple data structures and objectoriented concepts, objectoriented design, eventdriven programming, network programming in high level languages, enter data and print the results of the program, create, compile and run objectoriented programs using Visual Studio.

Оbject oriented programming
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: This unit aims to introduce students to object oriented programming and design. Course objectives are to introduce object oriented programming concepts and implement them in C++. Upon successful completion of this discipline, students should be able to:  use an object oriented programming language, and associated class libraries, to develop object oriented programs;  design, develop, test, and debug programs using object oriented principles in conjuncture with an integrated development environment;  construct appropriate diagrams and textual descriptions to communicate the static structure and dynamic behaviour of an object oriented solution. When studying the discipline, the following issues will be considered: the principles of the object oriented programming paradigm specifically including abstraction, encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism; the factors that contribute to a good object oriented solution, reflecting on your own experiences and drawing upon accepted good practices. ObjectOriented Analysis and Design (OOA/OOD) and design patterns and frameworks by developing a C++ based project.

Training
 Type of control: Защита практики
 Description: The goal of practical training is: consolidating and deepening theoretical knowledge; acquisition of practical skills in the studied specialty; mastering the skills of using modern computer technologies and experimental methods in the specialty; familiarization with the production activities of institutions that are the bases of practice; familiarization with equipment, technology, organization of production of the enterprise, the acquisition of practical skills and organizational work in the specialty.

Prediploma practice
 Type of control: Защита практики
 Description: The purpose of prediploma practice is holistic structuring a thesis on an approved topic. In the course of practice, the systematization of materials on the main sections of the thesis collected during the production practice at the enterprise, the analysis, and processing of statistical data, the development of recommendations for improving the activities of the enterprise, the design of the thesis in accordance with the requirements for the thesis are carried out.

Training Practice
 Type of control: Защита практики
 Description: The purpose of the training practice is to familiarize the student with the activities of the University, faculty, and Department, with educational programs implemented by the University, the specialty being taught, types, functions, and tasks of future professional activity. During the practice, the student passes safety instructions, performs independent work, fills out a practice diary, and makes a report on the practice.