The program curriculum has been designed based both on the requirements of the respective programs of Greek and international universities, and on the special needs and requirements of the Greek economy. Therefore, the Executive MBA consists of the following types of courses:

  • Introduction to Accounting
  • Introduction to Quantitative Analysis
  • Introduction to Economics
  • Introduction to Finance
  • Economics for Business Executives
  • Quantitative Analysis for Decision Making
  • Accounting Management
  • Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management
  • Financial Management
  • Production and Supply Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Business Forecasting
  • Special Issues in Organizational Behavior and Psychology
  • Behavioral Finance
  • International Marketing
  • Strategy and Business Policy
  • Feasibility Studies, Entrepreneurship and Leadership

The electives are part of a larger group of courses from which students choose those five that best meet their needs and preferences.

The electives are:

  • Special Issues in International Macroeconomics
  • Special Issues in Accounting
  • Business Analysis
  • Capital Raising and Business Valuation
  • Research Marketing
  • Advanced Financial Accounting and Analysis
  • Quantitative Analysis for Decision Making
  • Ιnternational Business
  • Money & Capital Markets
  • Modern Legal Issues for Business Administration
  • Industrial Relations
  • Mergers and Acquisitions

The EMBA’s curriculum is the following:

Semester A

4 Preparatory Courses

3 Core Courses

Semester B

3 Core Courses

2 Elective Courses

Semester C

3 Core Courses

Semester D

1 Core Course

3 Elective Courses

Thesis

The beginning and submission of the thesis is indicated. However, students are free to begin the process earlier, as long as they have come up with a subject and agreed the topic with a professor, whose knowledge and interests are close to it.

The Executive MBA encourages graduate students to choose the thesis topic through the unit in which they work. In this way, not only empirical evidence is derived, but also and most importantly decisions are facilitated on specific issues.