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Bulgaria in a nutshell

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Bulgaria is a country in the Balkans region of Europe, bordered by Romania, Serbia, Republic of Macedonia, Greece and Turkey. It functions as a parliamentary democracy, being a member of the European Union from 2007. The country has a rich history which we will see in this guided tour.

The population of the country is approximately 7, 640, 238. The major ethnic groups in the country are 81% Bulgarians, 9% Roma, 8% Turkish and the remaining 2% minority groups. The per Capita income of Bulgaria is $12, 252. The economy of the country has rapid growth in the last couple of years after Bulgaria joined the European Union. The country is a major producer of electricity in the Balkan’s region. Georgi Parvanov is the present President of the country. He was elected to the presidency in the year 2006. The 28 provinces of the country are headed by a provincial Governor.

Bulgaria has a special geographic significance in the Balkans. The country is a gateway between Europe, Africa and Asia. There are five Trans European corridors which cross through the country. There are 5 official International airports in the country. The Government has planned a new metro in Sofia. Though work in underway, but a large portion of the metro still remains uncompleted.

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August 26th, 2008 at 1:23 pm

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Get your own degree online

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Information Technology
The information technology program is designed to provide students with a combination of technical and managerial knowledge and the skills necessary to excel in the field of Information Technology. The program concentrates on the application of theory to information issues and combines fundamental business concepts with current technology to allow graduates to solve complex business problems using the technical knowledge that they have learned. The program covers information systems theory, analysis, design and management, hardware and software, internet applications, programming languages, networks, telecommunication, database management, security and user interface design. The Information Technology program is also designed to provide a foundation in business fundamentals, in the primary areas of business management, finance, marketing and human resource management. The program provides graduates with the skills to connect computer science with business. Students who wish to have a greater emphasis on Computer technology should choose the Information Technology program offered though this department whereas those wishing to have a greater emphasis on business knowledge should choose the Management Information Systems programs offered through the university’s department of Business Administration.

GRADUATE PROGRAMS BY RESEARCH:
In addition to the Master and PhD course programs in the above concentrations, the department also offers graduate programs by research leading to Master and PhD degrees.
Now get your bachelor’s degree online or read on:
Possible areas of research in the College of Computer Science and Information Technology:
Algorithm Design and Analysis, Artificial Intelligence, Bioinformatics, CAD, Compilers, Computation Theory, Computational Geometry, Computer Architecture, Computer Control Systems, Computer Graphics and Modeling, Data Mining, Natural Language Processing, Human Computer Interaction, Image Processing, Information Integration, Information Systems, Programming languages, Network Security, Simulation and Software Engineering.

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August 23rd, 2008 at 10:34 pm

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Student Credit Card

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Credit card is one of the most useful things existing in the market today. Many of the goods can be acquired through the use of this card. Just swipe the card to the machine and your transaction is cleared.

You do not have much problem because you will never run out of cash using this, unless there is a limit. And even in the students today, it is a popular thing that you should have to cover up some expenses that you might encounter. Since credit card is supported by most of the establishments existing, you do not have any problems with it because it is really a usable card.

But the next thing is, what is student credit card debt? Student credit card debt is the accumulation of your debt using credit card. Some cards are just extension from the parents so it is not a big deal because parents actually pay for those but there are some who are self supported that they need to pay for their student credit card debt.

Sometimes, or most of the time rather, there is no difference between the rates of original credit card transactions and student credit card debts. Although there is a very big interest, although it appears small, it is a sure help especially if you want to be secured because once the card is stolen, you can easily deactivate it. In short you are the only one who can use your student credit card so it is somehow a big help in the age today.

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August 3rd, 2008 at 12:39 am

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Interesting Cosmos Facts

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  • Some planets, called terrestrial planets, have a surface of solid rock. Others, called gas planets, have a surface of liquid or airy gas.
  • The solar system has nine planets including Pluto. But Pluto may be an escaped moon or an asteroid, not a planet. More interesting facts
  • Giant planets have now been detected orbiting stars other than the Sun. These are called extra-solar planets.
  • Extra-solar planets are too far away to see, but can be detected because they make their star wobble.
  • The Milky Way is the faint, hazy band of light that you can see stretching right across the night sky.
  • Looking through binoculars, you would see that the Milky Way is made up of countless stars.
  • Neptune is so far from the Sun that its orbit lasts 164.79 Earth years. Indeed, it has not yet completed one orbit since it was discovered in 1846.
  • The Milky Way is 100,000 light-years across and 1000 light-years thick. It is made up of 100 billion stars.

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August 1st, 2008 at 5:50 am