Core courses 1st Semester
- Published: Wednesday, 11 February 2015 14:25
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|No||CORE COURSES - 1st SEMESTER||COURSE CATEGORY||THEORY (h/week)||LAB (h/week)||WORKLOAD||ECDS|
|101||Business Administration – Management||GBC||4||137,5||5,5|
|102||Introduction to Marketing||GBC||4||137,5||5|
|103||Introduction to Law||AFLH||4||100,0||4,5|
|105||Introduction to Information Technology||GBC||2||2||125,0||5,0|
|TOTAL / WEEK||21||4||750,0||30,0|
Business Administration - Management
Introduction to Business Organization, The Concept of Management, Planning and Decision Making, Organizational Structure and Organizational Design, Elements of Organizational Behavior, Motivation, Leadership, Group Dynamics, Communication, Modern Trends in Management of Business, Learning Organization, Knowledge Management, Empowerment, Emotional Intelligence, Total Quality Management, Business Process Reengineering, benchmarking, Balanced Card, Organizational Culture, Change Management. Applications in Modern Business Environment.
The process of marketing, management of marketing, marketing environment, marketing systems, consumer behavior, decision-making process of the consumer markets and organizational buying behavior, segmentation - purpose - position, measure the capacity of the market and sales.
Concept of law and distinctions. Private and Public Law, Rules between Greek and European Community Law. Creating legal rules and distinctions. Litigants. Persons and distinctions. Right of discrimination and protection, transaction contract, concept, content, discrimination - Representation - Limitation. Creation, modification and elimination of contractual obligations. Discrimination creditor contracts. Important contractual agreements. Tort, Unjust enrichment. Ownership, Pledge and Mortgage, Inheritance.
Introduction to the concept of business and accounting. Assets and monitoring changes in consecutive balance sheets. Accounts. Understanding basic concepts - Assets, Fixed, Current, Equity, Liabilities, Census. Route accounting tasks, journal entries, preparation of Balance Sheet, Income Statement drafting, drafting Table of Results, Balance retirement, compliance ELGS, Depreciation of fixed assets, valuation of assets, Computerized Accounting Applications.
Introduction to Information Technology
The role of Informatics in Business, Historical evolution. Material, basic concepts, Tour. Software, Software Products, The use of software in the enterprise. Organization. Operating systems, historical development, types, basic concepts of Operating Systems. Examination of Operating Systems for Personal Computer and UNIX. PC Architecture . Number systems. Computer Application in Business, effects and outcomes on staff and operational procedures. Introduction to Databases, Tables, Relationships, Queries, Forms, Reports. Applications of Informatics in modern business.
Real functions of one variable, limits and continuity of functions. Elements of differential calculus: derivative, differential, extrema and inflection points of the function, tangent and asymptotes of a graph. Applications to problems of business planning. Basic theorems of differential calculus and the De l 'Hospital rule. Elements of combinatorics: counting principles, binomial coefficients, combinations. Introduction to linear algebra: tables and operations, inverse table, calculation of determinants, solving systems of linear equations. Characteristic polynomial of a square table, eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Applications to economic issues.