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Graduate students have the opportunity to attend the preparatory courses Introduction to the Science of Behavior and Introduction to Economic Theory before the beginning of the first semester and the preparatory course Introduction to Accounting and Financial Management before the beginning of the second semester.

INTRODUCTION TO THE SCIENCE OF BEHAVIOR

The aim of this preparatory course is to enhance the research skills of students to apply their knowledge of the courses in analyzing specific issues that concerns businesses, as part of their thesis dissertation.

 

Instructor: Mihail Dimitrios

 

INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMIC THEORY

In this preparatory course will be an introduction to basic mathematical concepts such as function, slope straight and derivative used in the understanding and application of economic approaches to optimization problems. The basic application will study the problem of the consumer. The aim of the course is to familiarize students with the use of diagrams and basic mathematical tools used in problems making optimal decisions.

 

Team of Instructors: Pantelidis Theologos, Charalambos Christou

 

INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

The success or failure of small and large firms depends to a large extent on their ability to make the right financial decisions. The goal of this section is to familiarize students with the basic concepts and tools of finance that will allow them more easily to attend other courses later with financial content.

 

Team of Instructors: Karagiorgos Theofanis , Noulas Athanasios