Found 152 courses



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Financial analysis

Themistokles Lazarides - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Business Administration (Grevena), TEI of Western Macedonia

Basic financial statements, meaning and purpose of financial statement analysis, vertical and horizontal analysis ratios (liquidity, marketing, profitability, financial independence, equity), net cash flow, investment assessment techniques.

natural sciences subject

Digital Systems

Sotirios Kontogiannis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Business Administration (Grevena), TEI of Western Macedonia

The purpose of this course is to provide to the students a detailed knowledge of the basic hardware elements of computer systems. Specifically, starting from the basic concepts of binary logic and logic circuits, students shall learn to use the building blocks of digital systems, as well as design and analyze both combinational and sequential digital circuits.

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Management in Tourism Enterprises

Grigoris Giannarakis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Business Administration (Grevena), TEI of Western Macedonia

Study of the tourism phenomenon by examining the social and financial factors which affect it. Moreover, the function of the hotel units is analyzed giving emphasis to the singularities they present.

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Elektra Pitoska - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Accounting and Finance Kozani, TEI of Western Macedonia

The course "Greek Economy", seeks to understand the temporal situation of key sectors of Greek economy, development and prospects. The course is a basic introductory course on the situation, developments and prospects of the Greek economy. This course aims to introduce students to the back of the key stations of the Greek economy, the data and the situation of the Greek primary sector (features, problems and development prospects) in the Greek industry characteristics and issues, the problems of the Greek SMEs, in the characteristics of entrepreneurship in the country, the strategic directions for the future. Also prepare students to the economic importance of Greek shipping and tourism, detailing the characteristics, issues encountered and the importance to the economy, the per capita domestic product, state budget and training, the Government Deficit and Debt, the management of public debt and the Greek balance of payments. Instructs students in employment, unemployment and its characteristics and long-term labor market trends in the unequal distribution of income in Greece, the black economy and corruption. Reference is made in R & D and innovativeness of the country. An outline of the international relations of the Greek economy, business and investment with the countries of Southeast Europe and the characteristics of the current economic crisis, the issues that have emerged and the support mechanism for the Greek economy by the European Union and the International Monetary Fund .


Stavroula Tavoultzidou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Electrical Engineering TE, TEI of Western Macedonia

English II of the 3rd Semester deals with the teaching of authentic scientific texts concerning Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electric Meters, Engineering. Therefore, students get familiar with discourse features, as concepts and lexis related to their specialty, as well as grammatical and syntactic structures found in terminology texts.

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Economic Mineral Deposits – Ore Geology

Georgios Charalampides - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Environment and Pollution Control Engineering TE, TEI of Western Macedonia

The lesson of « Economic Mineral Deposits – Ore Geology» contains the key concepts, categories, forms, ways and processes of formation and occurrence in nature of different kinds of ore deposits. Potential -Possible -Certain deposits of mineral raw materials. Energy and non-energy mineral raw materials. Critical and strategic minerals in Greece and developmental potential of the mining sector in Greece. Metallic and industrial minerals and aggregates in Greece. Macroscopic observation and microscopic examination of metallic minerals in metallographic microscope. The role of local communities in identifying and mining ores. Sustainable development in the mining sector of our country.

Latin Language

Stylianos Chatzigrigoriou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Theological and Pastoral Studies, TEI of Western Macedonia

Reading of theological texts, Grammatic, Structure.

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ALTINH AGAPI - Undergraduate - (A-)
Mechanical Engineers, TEI of Western Macedonia

Authentic ESP texts with specialized lexical, grammatical and discourse elements with a view to enhancing students’ comprehension of Mechanical Engineering topics, and, therefore, develop linguistic skills necessary for: a) students’ participation in postgraduate courses and various European programmes (e.g. Erasmus programme etc.), and b) future professional career. Students are exposed to a collection of Manufacturing & Energy Engineering-related texts focusing on content rather than grammar, and they practise their skills via CALL-based exercises in the language laboratory.

engineering subject


Angelos Michalas - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Electrical Engineering TE, TEI of Western Macedonia

The course addresses the following topics: Basic Signals and Systems concepts. Spectral description of Signals, Fourier Analysis, Incremental filters. Data transmission (analog, digital). Transmission of analog signals with amplitude modulation (AM), frequency modulation (FM), and phase modulation (PM). Pulse Code Modulation Systems, PCM, DPCM, DM. Analog carrier modulation techniques using digital signal. Digital signal transmission using ASK, PSK, FSK modulation.

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Computer Programming I

Rodi Tsagkalidou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department: Electrical Engineering TE, TEI of Western Macedonia

Basic introductory concepts and learning of Computer Programming using the programming language C. Algorithms, variables, constants, data types. Input and output commands, examples. Operators (relational, logical), logical expressions. Control commands (if-then-else, switch) examples. Repeat commands (for, while), examples. Tables: one dimension and two dimensions, examples. Functions. Examples in real situations problems.