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Nomenclature:

  • GC : General Compulsory

  • SC : Selected Compulsory

  • E : Elective

  • Τ : Lecture hours per week

  • PL : Practical or Laboratory hours

  • C.U.: Credit Units




  1. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS




MICROECONOMICS Course Code (101)

Theory: 3 h/week Practical: 1 h/week Total: 4 h/week 1st Semester

6 ECTS credits

Condition: General Compulsory

Assessment: Written exams at the end of the semester *

* If failure there is a possibility for a second try within the same semester


Description

Introduction to economic science, to economic problem of distribution of resources, demand, consumer behaviour, flexibility, supply and demand, balance of markets, designation of price and distribution of resources, cost and production, analysis of market structure (perfect competition, monopolistic competition, oligopoly, monopoly), market factors of production and distribution of income, critical analysis and evaluation of market economy.



Bibliography

  1. Chacholiades M., (1990) Microeconomics, Kritiki Publications, Athens

  2. Varian H.R., (1992) Microeconomics: A Modern Approach, Kritiki Publications, Athens

  3. Eythimioglou P., Mpenos Th., Soldatos G., (1997) Contemporary Microeconomic Analysis Mpenos Publications, Athens

  4. Kottis G., Petraki-Kotti A., (1989) Microeconomics : Theory and Applications Smpilias Publications, Athens

  5. Hyz A., (1999) Microeconomics, TEI of Epirus-Accounting Department, Preveza




BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Course Code (102)

Theory: 3 h/week Practical: 1 h/week Total: 4 h/week 1st Semester

6 ECTS credits

Condition: General Compulsory

Assessment: Written exams at the end of the semester *

* If failure there is a possibility for a second try within the same semester



Description

The science of management and managerial methods. Evolution of managerial thought. Structure and function of management. Programming. Organization - Theories and Cultures. Guidance and Motivation. Personnel employment. Control and Leadership. Decision-making. Businesses’ Organization chart.



Bibliography

  1. Kanellopoulos X.K., (1994) Introduction to Business Administration and Manegement Athens

  2. Hitiris L.(1996) Organizational Behavior, Interbooks Publications, Athens

  3. Tzortzakis K., Tzortzakis A., (1999) Organization and Management, Rosili Publications, Athens

  4. Fanariotis P. (1995) Business Administration Principles, Stamoulis Publ. Athens




FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I Course Code (103)

Theory: 2 h/week Practical: 3 h/week Total: 5 h/week 1st Semester

6 ECTS credits

Condition: General Compulsory

Assessment: Written exams at the end of the semester *

* If failure there is a possibility for a second try within the same semester



Description

Introduction to Accounting and its field of application. Study of Assets mutation and their origin, with the double Entry method. Accounting Equalization. Entries. Accounting entity, Accounting events, Accounts, Accounting Books & Records, Accounting procedure. Accounts distinguishing according to their form and content. Trial Balance. Accounting cycle in the Proprietorship. Accounting errors and Correction Entries. Calculation and preparation of Enterprises Financial status and Income Statement. Financial Statement structure



Bibliography

  1. Revanoglou A., Georgopoulos I.(1996) General Accounting with the General Accounting Plan, Athens

  2. Kontakos A. (1995) General Accounting Athens

  3. Mpalis Th.,(1996) Modern Financial Accounting Athens

  4. Papadeas P., (1996) Books and Records’ Code, Athens




MATHEMATICS Course Code (104)

Theory: 2 h/week Practical: 2 h/week Total: 4 h/week 1st Semester

5 ECTS credits

Condition: General Compulsory

Assessment: Written exams at the end of the semester *

* If failure there is a possibility for a second try within the same semester



Description

Economic models and mathematics. Typical uses of mathematics in economics.

Brief review of the basic concepts of mathematics: introduction to the theory of sets, numbers and functions. Linear algebra. Matrix algebra. Determinants. Linear equations. Systems of linear equations. Linear models in economics. Real functions of a single variable. Graphical representation. Economic applications. Introduction to differential calculus. Basic concepts and calculus rules. Maximization and minimization problems. Business applications, microeconomic analysis: cost, revenue and profit function. Integration. Basic concepts and integration rules. Definite integrals and areas curves. Integral applications to common economic models


Bibliography

  1. Loukakis M., (1989) Mathematics for Economic Sciences, Thesaloniki

  2. Frangos C., (1999) Advanced Mathematics, Stamoulis Publications, Athens




CIVIL LAW Course Code (106)

Theory: 2 h/week Practical: 1 h/week Total: 3 h/week 1st Semester

4 ECTS credits

Condition: General Compulsory

Assessment: Written exams at the end of the semester *

* If failure there is a possibility for a second try within the same semester



Description

Introduction to the meaning, sources and distinction (differentiation) of law, the general rules of Civil Law, individuals, legal claims, legal transaction (legal act) and contracts(agreements, treaty), clauses, limits(deadlines, terms), invalidation(super annuation), power of attorney, law of contracts and Substantial Law



Bibliography

  1. Milonopoulos D., (2001) Principles of Law , Stamoulis Publications, Athens

  2. Varka-Adami, A., (1995) Principles of Civil Law, Sakoulas Publications, Athens




INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Course Code (105)

Theory: 1 h/week Practical: 3 h/week Total: 4 h/week 1st Semester

4 ECTS credits

Condition: General Compulsory

Assessment: Written exams at the end of the semester *

* If failure there is a possibility for a second try within the same semester



Description

Information systems and organizations. Producing information with a computerized system. Problem solving with Information Technology. The computer as a system. PC’s. Classification of computer systems. Hardware, software. Evaluating computer systems. New trends in IT, hardware, software and applications. Small business and computing. The electronic office. Computer networks. The costs and benefits of IT.

Typical business applications and how they are managed. Computer workshops using office automation software packages for PC’s (MS Word, MS Internet Explorer).


Bibliography

  1. Koilias X., Kalafatoudis S., Mpakogiannis S., Mpandila E., Souris A., (2002) Introduction to Information Technology and PC Operation, New Technologies Publications, Athens

  2. Rechenberg P., (1998) Introduction to Information Technology Kleidarithmos Publication

  3. Microsoft manual for Microsoft Windows 2000 (2000) Kleidarithmos Publication

  4. Microsoft manual for Microsoft Windows 1998 (1998) Kleidarithmos Publication




MACROECONOMICS Course Code (201)

Theory: 3 h/week Practical: 1 h/week Total: 4 h/week 2nd Semester

6 ECTS credits

Condition: General Compulsory

Assessment: Written exams at the end of the semester *

* If failure there is a possibility for a second try within the same semester



Description

Introduction to macroeconomic range, national income-perception-measure of economic activity, consumption and savings theory, investment theory, designation of capital-business financing, macroeconomic policy-public financing-nomismatics (monetary) , economic fluctuations , unemployment and inflation , foreign sector, balance of payments, developing economics, comparative economic systems.



Bibliography

  1. Dornbusch R., Fischer S., (1993), Macroeconomics, Kritiki Publications Athens

  2. Lianos, Mpenos, Macroeconomic Analysis and Public Finance Policy, Mpenos Publications Athens

  3. Mansfield E., (1999) Operational Economics, Mpenos Publications, Athens

  4. Begg D., Fisher S., Dornbush R., (1998) Introduction to Economics, Kritiki Publications, Athens

  5. Nicolson W., (1998) Microeconomic Theory. Principles and Advancing, Kritiki Publications, Athens




FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II Course Code (202)

Theory: 2 h/week Practical: 3 h/week Total: 5 h/week 2nd Semester

5 ECTS credits

Condition: General Compulsory

Assessment: Written exams at the end of the semester *

* If failure there is a possibility for a second try within the same semester



Description

Generally accepted Accounting Principles. Consolidated General Accounting Plan. Accounting Books & Records. Companies & Corporations. Advanced analysis of Assets, Owners Equity, Liabilities, Takeover and Merges.
Bibliography

  1. Apostolopoulos I.N., (1997) Special issues of Financial Management, Stamoulis Publications, Athens

  2. Vasilatou Thanopoulou E.(1996) Introduction to Financial Accounting, Mpenos Publications, Athens

  3. Kontakos A. (2001) General Accounting, Ellin Publications, Athens

  4. Sfakianos G., (1997) Commercial and Industrial Enterprises’ Accounting, Interbooks Publications, Athens




BUSINESS STATISTICS Course Code (203)

Theory: 2 h/week Practical: 2 h/week Total: 4 h/week 2nd Semester

5 ECTS credits

Condition: General Compulsory

Assessment: Written exams at the end of the semester *

* If failure there is a possibility for a second try within the same semester



Description

Basic concepts of statistics: population, sample, collection and interpretation of data.

Statistical measures – descriptive statistics. Measures of location: mean, median, mode

Measures of dispersion: variance, standard deviation, and coefficient of variation. Graphical representation of data. Frequency tables, histograms. Introduction to probability theory. Basic concepts and applications. Theory of random variables. Continuous, discrete distributions. Binomial, Poisson, normal and exponential distributions. Statistical inference and sampling. Fundamentals of hypothesis testing. Regression and correlation with business applications.



Bibliography

  1. Athanasopoulos A.D., (1998) Statistics, Stamoulis Publications, Athens

  2. Thalassinos E., Stamatopoulos Th., Harisis X., (1996) Operational Statistics, Stamoulis Publications, Athens

  3. Kondilis E.,(1999) Statistical Methods for Business Management, Interbooks Publications, Athens

  4. Benos, V. Business Statistics, Stamoulis Publications, Athens

  5. Frangos C., (2002) Statistical Elaboration and Data Analysis with Microsoft Excel, Stamoulis Publications, Athens

  6. Frangos C., (1998) Business Statistics for Economic and Social Sciences, Stamoulis Publications, Athens




COMMERCIAL LAW Course Code (204)

Theory: 2 h/week Practical: 2 h/week Total: 4 h/week 2nd Semester

5 ECTS credits

Condition: General Compulsory

Assessment: Written exams at the end of the semester *

* If failure there is a possibility for a second try within the same semester



Description

General (vast) Commercial Law-Meaning, sources and distinctions, commercial acts-commercial business, industrial property (ownership)-Tradename-brandname-patents, commercial papers(securities), Competition Law-Unfair Competition, principles of Insolvent Law.



Bibliography

  1. Alexopoulos K., (1999) Principles of Commercial Law, Interbooks Publ. Athens

  2. Eythimiatou A. Poulakou, (1996) Principles of Commercial Law, Sakoulas Publication, Athens-Komotini

  3. Delouka Igglesi K., (1994) Introduction to the Law of Competition, Sakoulas Publications, Athens

  4. Potamianos G., (1979) Commercial Law Manual, Sakoulas Publications, Athens




MARKETING PRINCIPLES Course Code (205)

Theory: 2 h/week Practical: 1 h/week Total: 3 h/week 2nd Semester

4 ECTS credits

Condition: General Compulsory

Assessment: Written exams at the end of the semester *

* If failure there is a possibility for a second try within the same semester



Description

Concept, environment and Marketing Mix, planning and Marketing Research, consumer behavior, market segmentations, project, design and development of product and services, pricing distribution networks (centers), product promotion-advertising, public relations, door to door sales, sales promotion, environment and marketing mix, marketing resources, consumer’s choices, market division



Bibliography

  1. Kolter Ph., (2000) Marketing Management: Analysis, Planning, Application, Control, Interbooks Publications, Athens

  2. Kyriazopoulos P., (2001) Applied Marketing, Sygxroni Epohi Publications, Athens

  3. Maliaris P., (2001) Introduction to Marketing, Stamoulis Publications, Athens

  4. Petrakis M.,(1999) Marketing Research:Theory and Practice, Stamoulis Publication, Athens

  5. Tzortzakis K. - Tzortzaki A., Marketing Management-The Greek Approach, Rolisi Publications, Athens




FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS Course Code (206)

Theory: 2 h/week Practical: 2 h/week Total: 4 h/week 2nd Semester

5 ECTS credits

Condition: General Compulsory

Assessment: Written exams at the end of the semester *

* If failure there is a possibility for a second try within the same semester



Description

Fundamental economic principles.Time value of money. Compounding. Simple interest, compound interest. Nominal and effective interest rates. Applications in Business problems. Discounting. Cash Flow Present Value. Bond loans. Problems of present value analysis. Annuities. Value of an annuity. Net present value of an annuity. payment annuity. Sinking funds. Profit planning. Cost analysis. Break even analysis. Applications



Bibliography

  1. Alexandris N., (1989) Financial Mathematics, Stamoulis Publications, Athens

  2. Kiochos, P., Kiochos, A. (1999) Financial Mathematics, Interbooks Public. Athens

  3. Papamihail D., (1993) Financial Mathematics, Stamoulis Publications, Athens

  4. Sfakianos P., Financial Mathematics with PC Financial Programs, Interbooks Publications, Athens

  5. Fragos, Ch. (1998) Financial Mathematics Stamoulis Publications, Athens



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