Computer Centre

Department of HEC was established in 1994 and until 2001 was called the Department of computer science and computer technology. Head of the department since 1996, acting Professor, Ph.D. Ivanov VN department trains bachelors.

In 2001 the first group was recruited students for a degree of economic cybernetics. The department trains qualified specialists who may be involved in business and organizational-administrative and economic activities in the goods and services, experts and consultants to work on economic-mathematical modeling and forecasting.

Students learn fundamental economic discipline (economic theory, micro-and macroeconomics, management, marketing, monetary theory, finance theory, the theory of credit, finance, financial management, accounting theory, accounting firms, the history of economic training, insurance, investment) mathematical disciplines (mathematical analysis, algebra, probability theory and mathematical statistics, mathematical methods of operations research, game theory, queuing theory, graphs and networks) and economic-mathematical discipline cycle (econometrics, forecasting methods, financial mathematics, economic dynamics, economic theory risk decision-making methods, techniques sample surveys, the methodology of economic and mathematical modeling, investment portfolio management, time series and dynamic models). Excellent modern computer technology in the economy is achieved by teaching courses such as programming, systems of economic information processing, database, simulation, expert systems, and work habits with packages Excel, Access, etc.

Courses search for Faculty:

1. Information and computer technology.
2. Fundamentals of information systems.
3. Computing and Information Technology.
4. Information systems and technology in banks.
5. Information systems and technology in the financial and credit organizations.
6. Information systems and technology in international business.
7. Information systems management staff.
8. E-commerce.
9. Decision support system.
10. Economic Cybernetics.
11. Software and shell packages.
12. Financial Informatics.
13. Specialized programming languages.
14. Designing economic databases.
15. Privacy Notice.
16. Computer Networks