BSc Business Administration

The purpose of the BSc Business Administration is to equip students with the necessary knowledge and skills that will ensure immediate employment and prepare them for postgraduate studies.

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The programme is quality assured by Middlesex University and you will receive a Middlesex award on successful completion.

PROGRAMME INFORMATION

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4 YEARS

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240 ECTS

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ENGLISH & GREEK

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FULL TIME

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AWARDED BY NEAPOLIS UNIVERSITY AND MIDDLESEX AWARD

OBJECTIVE OF THE BACHELOR (BSc) IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

The purpose of the BSc Business Administration is to equip students with the necessary knowledge and skills that will ensure immediate employment and prepare them for postgraduate studies.

The curriculum covers the fundamentals of Business Administration, Human Resource Management, Marketing, Operations Management and Operational Strategy. The BSc Business Administration uses a variety of pedagogical approaches that help students become familiar with the problems they will face as managers, entrepreneurs and business leaders.

In the BSc Business Administration the emphasis is focused on students, to obtain administrative, communication skills, and practice of business decision-making process. Administrative skills are transmitted to the student in such a way as to enable it to critical analysis in areas such as business plans, understanding the administrative structures and promoting innovation.

The learning objectives of the BSc Business Administration are achieved through lectures, seminars, case studies and analysis and the use of audiovisual material. The involvement of students in presentations, group work, research and data processing is encouraged in all courses in the BSc Business Administration.

CAREER PROSPECTS

The BSc Business Administration provides graduates with the right skills to ensure, among other things, positions in multinational companies and private companies.

STRUCTURE OF THE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMME

The BSc  Business Administration  contains General Education courses, courses in Business Administration and elective courses. The BSc Business Administration is designed so that:

  • To provide students with a comprehensive theoretical and applied education in Business Administration
  • To cultivate respect for the rules of entrepreneurship, Ethics and Deontology in Business Administration

General Education Subjects of the in Business Administration programme

The purpose of general education courses in the BSc Business Administration is to provide the student with general knowledge that will allow him to become ”a citizen of the world”, participating in the process of life learning. In this cycle include courses in Sociology and Anthropology, Philosophy, Psychology and Political Science. The goal of the BSc Business Administration is to provide expert knowledge of the various functions of business such as Accounting, Management, Marketing and Finance resulting in the development of competent personnel to staff the business of private and public sector. The BSc Business Administration offers specializations in the more modern sectors of business activity

Courses in the BSc Business Administration

The students of the Business Administration Bachelor of Neapolis University will learn the fundamentals of Finance, the Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Leadership and Organizational Behaviour, Operation Management and Business Administration that will help them expand their knowledge in running a business and apply suitable methods for decision making in business. The specialization courses of the BSc Business Administration are taught by lectures, case studies and specialized training by professionals. This provides students the opportunity to explore issues of Marketing, Administration for small, medium and large businesses, Maritime Administration, Sports Administration or in the services sector and tourism, sectors that are vital for Cyprus. Students can also choose courses from other programs, such as Psychology, Economics, Finance, Accounting, etc.

COURSE STRUCTURE

SEMESTER 1

CodeCourse titleCourse typeECTS
ECON101Principles of MicroeconomicsCompulsory6
BUSN100Introduction to BusinessCompulsory6
MATH103Introduction to MathematicsCompulsory6
PSYC100Introduction to PsychologyCompulsory6
PEPS101Computer SkillsCompulsory3
PEPS103Academic Writing, Communication Skills and Foreign Language ICompulsory3

SEMESTER 2

CodeCourse titleCourse typeECTS
ECON102Principles of MacroeconomicsCompulsory6
ACCN101Principles of Financial AccountingCompulsory6
STAT103Statistics ICompulsory6
BUSN104Principles of MarketingCompulsory6
GEED102Introduction to Philosophy orElective3
ECON110Introduction to Behavioural EconomicsElective3
PEPS104Academic Writing, Communication Skills and Foreign Language IICompulsory3

SEMESTER 3

CodeCourse titleCourse typeECTS
ACCN201Principles of Management AccountingCompulsory6
BUSN201Organizational BehaviourCompulsory6
BUSN203Business FinanceCompulsory6
ECON202Managerial EconomicsCompulsory6
BUSN210Digital EconomyCompulsory6

SEMESTER 4

CodeCourse titleCourse typeECTS
ACCN203Financial Analysis & Business ValuationCompulsory6
BUSN103Business LawCompulsory6
BUSN207Marketing ManagementCompulsory6
BUSN209Operation ManagementCompulsory6
STAT203Statistics IICompulsory6

SEMESTER 5

CodeCourse titleCourse typeECTS
ACCN300Management AccountingCompulsory6
BUSN302Consumer BehaviourCompulsory6
BUSN304Marketing ResearchCompulsory6
BUSN306Corporate Risk ManagementCompulsory6
BUSN303Small Business ManagementCompulsory6

SEMESTER 6

CodeCourse titleCourse typeECTS
BUSN301Human Resource ManagementCompulsory6
GEED104Sociology and AnthropologyCompulsory6
FINA301Corporate FinanceCompulsory6
ECON300Economics of StrategyCompulsory6
ECON304Industrial OrganisationCompulsory6

SEMESTER 7

CodeCourse titleCourse typeECTS
ACCN401Corporate Governance & Business EthicsCompulsory6
BUSN401Business StrategyCompulsory6
BUSN402Marketing CommunicationCompulsory6
PEPS401Dissertation ORElective6
BUSN408Business Decision-MakingElective6
ElectiveElective6

SEMESTER 8

CodeCourse titleCourse typeECTS
BUSN405Project ManagementCompulsory6
BUSN411Internship ORElective6
ElectiveElective6
PEPS401Dissertation ORElective6
BUSN412Research MethodsElective3
FINA400International Financial ManagementCompulsory3
ElectiveElective3

ELECTIVES TO BE OFFERED IN SEMSTERS 5 - 8

CodeCourse titleECTS
BUSN808Operations Research3
BUSN810Information Technology Management3
BUSN814Tourism Planning & Development3
BUSN816Managing Tour Operations3
BUSN817Cultural Heritage Management3
ECON817Behavioural Economics3
ECON808Agricultural Economics3
ECON815Advanced Econometrics3
FINA800Debt Markets3
FINA803Financial Forecasting and Trading3
FINA813Behavioural Finance3
GEED101Mediterranean History and Civilization3
GEED102Introduction to Philosophy3
GEED103Modern European History and Politics3
GEED104Sociology and Anthropology3
GEED300Human Geography: Psychology of Human3
PSYC401Communication3
PSYC402Organisational Psychology3

DISCLAIMER

The University reserves its right to define the electives offered on an academic year basis.

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Michalis Pazarzis

Professor of Maritime Studies

Coordinator of the MBA in Shipping

Michalis Pazarzis is an Emeritus Professor of the University of Piraeus (Dept. of Maritime Studies. He graduated from Law School (Dept. of Law) from the National and Capodistrian University...

Anastasia Reppas

Professor of Educational Administration

Deputy Head of the Department of Economics and Business

Coordinator of the MPA: (Direction Educational Management)

Anastasia Athanasoula – Reppa is Professor of Educational Administration and Organizational Behavior at Neapolis University Pafos in Cyprus. She holds a PhD and Master’s degree from Panteion University...

Christos Christodoulou-Volos

Associate Professor of Economics and Finance

Head of the Department of Economics and Business

Dr. Christos N. Christodoulou-Volos is an Associate Professor of Economics and Finance and since and since September 2012 the Director of Business School (BScABF, BScBA & MBA) Programmes...

Nikolaos Apostolopoulos

Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Coordinator of the MBA

Dr Nikolaos Apostolopoulos is an Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Neapolis University Pafos. He also acts as a Scientific Advisor at the Labour Institute (INE-GSEE)...

Antonis Zairis

Assistant Professor in Business Administration – Marketing

Head of International Cooperation and Professional Certifications

Antonis Zairis was born in Piraeus. He studied Political Science and holds an MBA. His doctoral dissertation was on Consumer Behavior, specializing in Retail...

Andreas Masouras

Assistant Professor in Communication and Marketing

Coordinator of the BSc Business Administration, Bachelor in Digital Business & MSc in Digital Marketingκ

Dr Andreas Masouras is Assistant Professor at Neapolis University in the fields of Marketing and Communication. He holds a PhD (Honors) from the Department of Political Science and International Relations of the University of the Peloponnese...

Michailina Siakalli

Lecturer in Statistics

Coordinator for ERASMUS, Internship, Student Affairs

Dr Michailina Siakalli was awarded a scholarship from the University of Sheffield and in 2008 she obtained her Ph.D. from the University of Sheffield (UK) in the field of Stochastic Differential Equations driven by Lévy Process...

Christos Papademetriou

Lecturer in Management

Coordinator of the MBA (Distance Learning)

Christos Papademetriou holds a doctorate (PhD) in Social Science from the University of Leicester, UK. The title of his thesis is “Investigating the Impact of Sequential Cross-Cultural Training on the Level of Sociocultural and Psychological Adjustment of Expatriate Mangers”...

Charalampos Chrysomallidis

Lecturer in Public Policies

General Coordinator of the MPA

Charalampos Chrysomallidis is an Economist and Lecturer in Public Policies at the Neapolis University Pafos, holding a PhD in Political Science and European Studies from University of Athens...

Sotirios Varelas

Lecturer of Strategic Tourism Management

Coordinator of the MBA in Tourism

Dr Varelas Sotirios is a Lecturer of Tourism at Neapolis University Pafos. He also taught in the Department of Business Administration University of West Attica and the Master in Tourism Business Administration Hellenic Open University...

Dimitra Latsou

Lecturer of Public Healthcare Services Administration

Dimitra Latsou is a graduate of Political Science and Public Administration from the University of Athens. She completed the postgraduate program in Management and Economic Evaluation of Professional and Environmental Health, at the Medical School of the University of Athens...

Themistoklis Lazarides

Visiting Professor in Corporate Governance, Finance and Organizational Behavior

Themistoklis Lazaridis is an economist with postgraduate studies (University of Macedonia) in business administration and a doctorate of the Democritus University of Thrace...

Georgios Deirmentzoglou

Visiting Lecturer in Digital Business

Georgios Deirmentzoglou holds a PhD degree in Business Administration from the Department of Business Administration – University of Piraeus...

Elena Polydorou

Visiting Lecturer – Teaching Assistant in Simulation Tools Support

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