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Second Semester Compulsory Courses


Managerial Accounting

The management accountancy deals with the benefit of economic information in the executives, that is to say the persons that are found in the organism-enterprise and direct and check his operations. Aim of course is to transmit in the postgraduate students the beginnings, structures and processes of management accountant science, to teach the suitable tools of analysis of income and calculation of expenses, to interpret and to analyze the methods and techniques of determination of enterprising cost with final objective, the governors of economic units (manager) they are in place to use the information that for them is provided by the economic directors so that they take the suitable decisions in order that on one side they lead the enterprise to the top of sector of activation and them to render reliable executives.


Team of Instructors: Ginoglou Dimitrios, Karagiorgos Theofanis, Taxinakis Panagiotis


Operations Management

Production and Operations Management (POM) is a discipline concerned with the effective management of an organization’s resources. To serve this purpose, POM is not limited to the planning and control of operations, yet includes the effective streamlining with other functions and the monitoring of how operations support or even shape business strategy.

Needless to say, POM applies to manufacturing, as well as to service organizations, public or private, profit or non-profit. Many MBA graduates find jobs in this field, since it is usually the Operations Management function of an organization that employs the most people and uses most of the assets. The skills associated with POM are thus highly appreciated by potential employers. The POM course is the starting point. Though it will not equip you to take over the immediate running of, say, a large hospital or factory, it will give you the basic knowledge and skills on which you can build. Whatever position you eventually hold in an organization, the course will give you an illustration of the role of the operations manager. You will be expected to show that you understand how the theory can be applied in practice in a variety of organizations.

Finally, the message is clear that integration is the leading concept at the beginning of the 21st century. This course will therefore emphasise the coordinated contribution of all the functional areas, while focusing on the processes that address the design, planning and control of resources.


Team of Instructors: Gotzamani Aikaterini, Tsiotras Georgios


Human Resources Management

The main aim of the course is to provide essential insights into contemporary and future Human Resource Management issues, for all MBA students whether or not their career orientation lies in human resources. Accordingly, the emphasis in this course is away from the nitty-gritty of HRM techniques and on the general issues that confront all managers in any organisation: how to create competitive advantage using human resources, while maintaining the highest standards of best practice, ethics and achievement.


Instructor: Mihail Dimitrios


Financial Management

The goal of this course is to provide an overview of techniques for effectively studying financial decisions and their impact on the company. The course covers the basic concepts and tools necessary to understand the role of the financial manager and the decisions he has to make for financing and investing.


Team of Instructors: Noulas Athanasios, Papadopoulos Simeon