University of Economics – Varna

Informatics and Computer Sciences

Degree: Bachelor

Type of education: Full-time

Number of semesters: 8

Professional qualification: Informatics and Computer Sciece

Professional field: INFORMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

First year: 2019

Faculty: Faculty of Informatics
Duration: 4 years
Language: Bulgarian
Mode of study: Full-time

Specific courses:

  • Programming and Data Structures;
  • Web Technologies;
  • Visual Programming with Java;
  • Information System Design;
  • Computer Graphics;
  • Computer Networks and Communications;
  • .NET Technologies;
  • Logic and Functional Programming;
  • Server Programming;
  • Intelligent Systems;
  • Software Technologies;
  • Cloud Services.

Expected knowledge and skills after acquiring qualification:
The students majoring Informatics and Computer Science acquire theoretical knowledge and practical skills related to application of information services in technical, organizational, economical, and legal aspects. Through seminars and practical work students develop their expertise in using programmer languages and development technologies C/C++, C#, .NET, Java, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, PHP and more; databases SQL Server and My SQL; operational system Windows, Linux and compatible applications; CMS as WordPress, Joomla, Magento, Drupal, OS Commerce, OpenCart; software products for graphic and video editing, projecting and modelling, file transferring and management of projects, server support, network configurations and more.

Employment opportunities upon graduation:

  • programmers, developing system and applied software in various areas;
  • business and office information systems developers;
  • system analysts who do research, develop and maintain business and office information systems;
  • data base administrators;
  • computer network administrators;
  • system administrators;
  • information system managers;
  • computer consultants;
  • specialists who maintain and develop computer systems for end users;
  • design and programming experts, etc.

Graduates of the "Informatics and Computer Science" major can work in public and business organizations in the following positions:

  • system analysts;
  • software developers;
  • web content and multimedia developers;
  • application programmers;
  • database designers and administrators;
  • system administrators;
  • computer network specialists, etc.
Programme
First year
2019
Studied subjects Semester Credits Type of grading Student involvement
Total Self-study Classes
CORE
Introduction to Informatics 1 9 Exam 270 195 75
Computer Architectures 1 9 Exam 270 195 75
Physical Education 1 1 Ongoing assessment 30 0 30
Linear Algebra and Analytic Geometry 1 9 Exam 270 195 75
Electives (1) 1 3 Ongoing assessment 90 60 30
Operating Systems 2 9 Exam 270 195 75
Introduction to Programming 2 9 Exam 270 195 75
Physical Education 2 1 Ongoing assessment 30 0 30
Mathematical Analysis 2 9 Exam 270 195 75
Electives (1) 2 3 Ongoing assessment 90 60 30
Database Fundamentals 3 9 Exam 270 195 75
Object Oriented Programming 3 9 Exam 270 195 75
Numerical Methods and Algorithms 3 8 Exam 240 165 75
Electives (1)
  • UNIX Operating Systems
  • Project Management
  • Algebra
  • Financial Mathematics
  • Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics
3 4 Exam 120 60 60
Total for CORE 0 0
University specialised
Discrete Mathematics 4 9 Exam 270 195 75
Electives (1)
  • Office Applications
  • Multimedia
  • Differential Equations
  • Geometry
  • Complex Analysis
4 6 Exam 180 120 60
Electives (1)
  • Accounting
  • Introduction to Finance
  • Economics
  • Statistics
4 6 Exam 180 120 60
Total for University specialised 0 0
Special
Programming and Data Structures 4 9 Exam 270 195 75
Design of Information Systems 5 8 Exam 240 165 75
Web Technologies 5 8 Exam 240 165 75
Graphical User Interface Programming in Java 5 8 Exam 240 165 75
Electives (1)
  • Database Administration
  • Programming in Visual C++
  • Modelling and Optimization
5 6 Exam 180 120 60
Computer Graphics 6 6 Exam 180 105 75
Computer Networks and Communication 6 7 Exam 210 135 75
.Net Technologies 6 7 Exam 210 135 75
Electives (1)
  • Programming Languages Semantics
  • Cryptography and Data Protection
  • Operation Studies
6 5 Exam 150 90 60
Graduate Seminar 7 7 Exam 210 180 30
Logical and Functional Programming 7 8 Exam 240 165 75
Server-Side Web Programming 7 8 Exam 240 165 75
Electives (1)
  • Computer Network Administration
  • Information and Communication Technology in the Financial Sector
  • Object-oriented Modelling Using UML
7 7 Exam 210 150 60
Software Technology 8 5 Exam 150 75 75
Intelligent Systems 8 5 Exam 150 75 75
Cloud Technologies 8 5 Exam 150 90 60
Electives (1)
  • Game Development
  • Application Integration
  • Statistical Software
8 5 Exam 150 90 60
Total for Special 0 0
Practical
Practical Training 6 5 Exam 150 150 0
Total for Practical 0 0
Graduate
Electives (1)
  • Thesis Defense
  • Comprehensive State Exam
8 10 Exam 300 300 0
Total for Graduate 0 0
Total for the entire period of study 242 7260 5055 2205


Optional courses Semester Credits Student involvement
Total Self-study Classes
Bulgarian Language
Semester 3 1
3 3 90 60 30
Foreign Language - English
Semester 3
3 3 90 60 30
Foreign Language - German
Semester 3
3 3 90 60 30
Foreign Language - French
Semester 3
3 3 90 60 30
Foreign Language - Portuguese 3 3 90 60 30
Foreign Language - Russian
Semester 3
3 3 90 60 30
Foreign Language - English 5, 7 3, 3 180 120 60
Foreign Language - German 5, 7 3, 3 180 120 60
Foreign Language - French 5, 7 3, 3 180 120 60
Foreign Language - Russian 5, 7 3, 3 180 120 60
Foreign Language - Portuguese 5, 7 3, 3 180 120 60
Bulgarian Language 1 5, 7 3, 3 180 120 60
Business Culture and Traditions 5 3 90 60 30
Commercial Law 5 3 90 60 30
Taxation and taxation process 7 3 90 60 30
1 The course is available only to foreigners