Found 40 courses
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agricultural sciences subject

AGRICULTURAL INVESTMENT APPRAISAL

STELIOS ROZAKIS, DIMITRIOS KREMMYDAS - Undergraduate - (A+)
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT, Agricultural University Of Athens

The objectives of this course is to train and practice familiarizes students to the methods currently used for making capital investment decisions.

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Microeconomics I

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

The course is a continuation of the course of introduction to Economic Theory. In particular, this course discusses the decision-making process both consumers and producers and the impact of those decisions on the functioning of the markets with particular emphasis on applications relating to the production and consumption of agricultural products and foodstuffs.

agricultural sciences subject

Ruminant Breeding Animals

Maria Xarismiadou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Livestock Production Science & Aquaculture, 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.

agricultural sciences subject

Agricultural Education

Alex Koutsouris - Undergraduate - (A-)
Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, Agricultural University Of Athens

Education, training and agricultural education: introduction & philosophical considerations; Agricultural education in Europe and Greece; Needs theory & job analysis; Curriculum planning: aims and objectives; Educational psychology: learning theories; Teaching and learning methodology; Technical education principles: skills training; Evaluation of technical (educational) programmes

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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.

natural sciences subject

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.

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Econometrics

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

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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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natural sciences subject

Introduction to Informatics

Theodore Tsiligiridis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Agricultural 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.