Master in Business Administration – Executive MBA offers the opportunity of full or part-time attendance (3 or 6 semesters respectively), with the objective to equip its students with all necessary and modern knowledge, skills and competences for the efficient and effective running of any type of private or public organization.
The Programme targets, mainly, to candidates who are already specialized employees and executives in any type of organization, or people who are considered potential future professionals or entrepreneurs, who wish to broaden their knowledge and perspectives about the modern theories and practices of management. It also targets to students, with little or no working experience at all, who have recently graduated and wish to expand their knowledge to a post-graduate level. Moreover, it is designed in a way that can be attended by students whose background is not in the cognitive knowledge area of Business Administration or Economics but wish to increase their knowledge base on the field of management.
The Programme has been designed in order to be attended in one academic year (full time) or alternatively in two academic years (part time).
The Programme accepts graduates of Greek or foreign Universities with an honors degree.
Candidates’ evaluation is based on the documents that he/she submits, as well as on an interview process.
Prerequisite criteria for admission are:
Students have to attend a total of 14 courses as follows:
10 (ten) compulsory courses: 5 (five) in the first and 5 (five) in the second semester, and 4 (four) electives in the third semester. Moreover, in the third semester students have to complete their master thesis. Each compulsory course is assigned with 6 ECTS units and each elective with 4.5 ECTS units. Master thesis is assigned with 12 ECTS. Every student needs to gather 30 ECTS units/semester in the case of full time attendance, or 15 ECTS units/semester in the case of part time attendance.
To obtain the MSc title, 90 ECTS units are required in total. Attendance to all courses is compulsory.
Main taught language is Greek. English is also used in terms of bibliographic and literature research.
The Programme’s teaching staff consists of specialized professors, with extensive research, professional and educational experience. Students have the ability of personal communication with all tutors, for support in any academic issue. Also special lectures are conducted by many entrepreneurs and business executives, who are invited by the Programme.