Found 39 courses
SUBJECT

COURSE LEVEL

INSTITUTION

COURSE TYPE
natural sciences subject

Computer Science

Constantinos Yialouris - Undergraduate - (A+)
Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, Agricultural University Of Athens

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agricultural sciences subject

Sociology of Rural Development

Charalambos Kasimis - Postgraduate - (A-)
Rural economy and Development, Agricultural University Of Athens

The course aims at a holistic and critical approach to the concept of rural development through teaching basic concepts and methodologies for understanding a socially heterogeneous agricultural society. Frame of reference is the Greece and e.u. countries.

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Physical Chemistry I

Vasiliki Evageliou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Food science and Human Nutrition, Agricultural University Of Athens

This class introduces the students to the basic concepts of Physical Chemistry that govern the phenomena and the techniques used for the study and treatment of foods. It provides information on the gas state of matter, solution, thermodynamics, chemical kinetics and photochemistry.

agricultural sciences subject

Production Of Aquatic Organisms

Nafsika Karakatsouli, Eleni Miliou, Efstratios Papoutsoglou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Livestock Production Science & Aquaculture, Agricultural University Of Athens

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Early Biotechnology Foods (Lab)

Seraphim Papanikolaou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Food Science and Technology, Agricultural University Of Athens

The development of food science and technology through scientific research, and the creation of new researchers.

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Ornamental Plants Laboratory

Maria Papafotiou, Anastasia Akoumianaki-Ioannidou, Ageliki Paraskevopoulou - Undergraduate - (A+)
Crop Science, Agricultural University Of Athens

Classification of ornamental plants (spring and summer annuals, perennials, bulbous and tuberous, border plants, evergreen shrubs and trees, deciduous shrubs and trees, climbing and rambling plants, indoor plants, water plants, alpines). Taxonomy (identification of species and cultivars). Morphological and biometric characteristics (shape and size of the plant and its parts, description of the flower, time of flowering and bearing). Propagation (seed, cuttings, layering, division, tubers, bulbs, corms, rhizomes, grafting). Cultivation (climate, soil, irrigation, fertilisation, pruning, plant protection). Use of ornamental plants in gardening and landscaping.

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Introduction to Informatics

Theodore Tsiligiridis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Argivultural Economics and Rural Development, Agricultural University Of Athens

Upon successful completion of the course the student - will be able to distinguish the capabilities of the components of a computer and will be able to choose the synthesis of a computer system that satisfies the academic needs of a food technologist, - will be able to exploit the capabilities of the Operating System of a computer, - will acquire the necessary knowledge for searching information in online libraries and knowledge repositories, - will exploit the basic concepts of Computer Science with broader extensions to society, employment, scientific progress and philosophy, - will acquire the necessary knowledge of Information and Communication Technology, - will be able to exploit dedicated software packages for the processing and analysis of data, for the evaluation of the results and for making decisions on issues concerning the objectives of Food Technology, - will be able to use the computer at a collaborative learning level, by collaborating with fellow students in the context of team work.

agricultural sciences subject

Agro-Economic Methods and Sociological Research

Charalambos Kasimis, Eleutherios Nellas - Undergraduate - (A-)
Rural Economy and Development, Agricultural University Of Athens

The aim of this course is to provide knowledge to those who will contribute to the learning of both the theoretical and methodological approaches for the development of socio-economic research in rural areas. The course aims to equip the student with those theoretical and methodological tools that will help him to understand and explain the socio-economic phenomena, to discover the regularity and order behind them and to the interpretation of these phenomena in the modern (historical, economic and social) context. The course consists of two distinct parts: this theory and it's laboratory in which taught the tools of analysis of research data. More specifically, through the teaching of the theory of the course the student understands that the aim of the research is descriptive and;, exigitikos. The exploratory level the aim is to help in the specification of queries and prepare for the investigation. The most important part of socio-economic research is descriptive using techniques for collecting quantitative and qualitative data. At this level, the aim is to create a picture of the situation, socio-economic context and relationships by focusing on the "how" and the "who" and less on the "why". At exigitiko level, the aim is to answer the investigator in "why" to try to identify the causes and the reasons why something happens. So the student is taught how to perform the steps in the research process from choosing the topic, focusing on the basic question (or the key questions) of research, design, with the selection of appropriate methods, data gathering, in their analysis with the right tools, in explanation of the findings and an end to the writing and reporting of results. At the level of teaching the techniques and tools of research in the context of the workshop of the course the student acquires knowledge of measurement and sampling procedure and the methods of processing and data analysis using Spss. Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to: has acquired the necessary theoretical knowledge for the formulation and investigation of a research problem has acquired the appropriate methodological techniques and tools for conducting sociological research in agricultural and rural areas understand and explain the socio-economic phenomena that it studies Discover the regularity and order behind socio-economic phenomena that it studies and to incorporate the interpretation of these phenomena in the modern (historical , economic and social) context of operation gain technical skills and theoretical training for the management and resolution of critical issues relating to research and development at the national and international environment analyse their data, to synthesize the findings, to interpret research results and to prepare the final reports.

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Econometrics

Panagiotis Lazaridis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Rural Economy Development, Agricultural University Of Athens

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agricultural sciences subject

Introduction to animal science

Panagiota Koytsoyli - Undergraduate - (A-)
Animal production and Aquaculture science, Agricultural University Of Athens

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the Department of animal production and Aquaculture Science in the science of animal production.