The aim of the programme is to provide knowledge and skills in the management of business and organisational systems (private and public), in order to make more efficient their contribution to the operation of these entities, and to be able to take leadership initiatives in possible technological or organisational changes, necessary for the response of the Business or Organisation to the rapidly evolving international environment.
In particular, the aim of the programme is to create graduates who combine theoretical and practical knowledge necessary for the management of contemporary businesses and organisations (private and public). The globalisation of economic activity, European integration and the development of the new economy have contributed to the demand, on the part of modern economic units, for specialised human resources who can analyse, synthesise and act in the complex conditions that characterise the modern world of businesses and organisations.
Graduates of the programme “Business Administration ” will be able to:
ECTS Credits: 240
Classification according to the Unesco ISCED-2011 code:
Classification according to the Unesco ISCED-2013 code:
Graduates of High Schools or holders of corresponding or similar secondary education degrees earned either abroad or in Greece.
Knowledge of a foreign language as well as familiarity with the use of computers, e-mail, and the Internet will significantly facilitate participation in the program.
Guidelines on Module selection
When choosing Modules for the first year of study, students are recommended to choose the Modules DEO13 and DEO11, because these Modules are useful for the other Modules of the programme.
If they do not have sufficient time to study the above two Modules, it is recommended that they choose the Module DEO13. If they have enough time to choose a third Module in addition to the two Modules, DEO13 and DEO11, they may choose DEO10.
In order to enroll in the Module DEO33 (Marketing II) the student must have successfully completed the DEO23 (Marketing I).
In the third year of study students must choose the Modules DEO31 and DEO34 and choose one more between DEO33 and DEO45.
In the fourth year of studies, students must choose the compulsory Module DEO40 and additionally one of DEO41 or DEO44 and one more of the Modules DEO42 or DEO43.
In order for a student to enroll in any of the Modules of the third (3rd) year, they must have successfully completed all the Modules of the first (1st) year.
Similarly, in order for a student to enroll in any fourth (4th) year’s Module, they must have successfully completed all the second (2nd) year’s Modules.
In the process of declaring Modules, firstly the Modules of the previous year must be completed and then the Modules of the following year must be declared.
Exceptionally, for students who have not successfully completed a Module from the 1st year of study, and, respectively, for students who have not successfully completed a Module from the 2nd year of study:
In order for a student to enroll in any of the Modules of the third (3rd) year, they must have successfully completed all the Modules of the first (1st) year or, in exception, if they owe only one Module of the first year, but have successfully completed all the Modules of the second year.
Similarly, in order for a student to enroll in any fourth (4th) year’s Module, they must have successfully completed all the second (2nd) year’s Modules or, in exception, if they owe only one second year’s Module, but have successfully completed all the third year’s Modules (and of course the first year’s).
For the award of the Degree students must successfully complete 12 Modules.
DIRECTOR OF STUDIES PROGRAMME
Augustinos Dimitras, Professor
Scientific subject: Finance Accounting
COORDINATORS OF THEMATIC UNITS
Each Thematic Unit is priced at 500€ and the total tuition fees of the Undergraduate Programme of Studies amount to 6.000€.
For information about the programme contact with:
Department of Student Registry
Contact telephone number: 2610367329, 2610367333