Course Program

The Postgraduate Studies Program duration is of one academic year. Four areas of specialization are offered:

  • Management of Shipping Companies
  • Shipping, Enterpreunership and Law
  • Intermodal Transport and NewTechnologies
  • International Economics and Finance

The first cycle of the program includes five (5) core courses common to three of the four areas of specialization and lasts an academic semester. The specialization. “Shipping, Enterpreunership and Law” offers three (3) common core courses with the other three and two (2) specific ones (Law).

The second semester includes two (2) cycles of studies, Cycle B and Cycle C. Each course cycle has a duration of ten (10) weeks and consists of four (4) courses. Out of the 8 courses of both cycles students may choose to take 2 from a different specialization path. The course «Corporate Strategy» is compulsory to all paths and covers both cycles (B and C).

As a consequence students in their B and C Cycle of studies should follow as a minimum required syllabus the following courses per cycle:

  • Corporate Strategy (compulsory)
  • Two specialization courses
  • One Elective course from their current or other specialization path.

The program also includes a week of instructional visits.

 

In exceptional cases, students can put together a personal syllabus in collaboration with their Tutor. The dissertation, which is composed during the whole term of studies must be submitted in September and defended in a viva taking place in October.

Core courses correspond to 6 (six) credits each and specialization courses to 3 (three). The dissertation contributes 12 credits. The credits required for graduation overall are as follows

6 core courses x 6 credtis= 36 credits

6 specialization courses x 3 credits = 18 credits

Dissertation=12 credits

Total 66 credits.

It follows that the minimum credit requirements for the obtention of the Master’s Degree is 66 credits.

It must be pointed out that the four specialization tracks and the corresponding courses will be offered conditional to demand by postgraduate student and academic staff availabilities. Also, the General Assembly of the Postgraduate Studies retains the right to modify or transfer specific courses to another cycle of studies.

In accordance with the decision made by the General Assembly, STT graduates can, under certain circumstances, be exempted from compulsory courses provided that they happen to have been taught advanced versions of same during their undergraduate studies program and provided the content they have covered overlaps with that of the postgraduate course. Their grades will equally be taken into account in the final decision. The content which was not covered will constitute the basis for an advanced project or they will be assigned corresponding Teaching Assistant or Research Assistant duties.

The required minimum number of credits for STT graduates in order to obtain the NAME MSc is also 66. In the event when students with the approval of their Tutor attend and successfully complete more specialization course than strictly necessary the number of credits will rise.

 

A’ Cycle Studies Program

SHIPPING MANAGEMENT

Ι. Theotokas – Μ. Progoulaki

MARITIME ECONOMICS

H. Thanopoulou – Μ. Lekakou

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) SYSTEMS FOR SHIPPING TRADE AND TRANSPORT

Ν. Νikitakos –T. Lilas

DATA, MODELS AND DECISIONS

Α. Polydoropoulou – Ν. Litinas 

ADVANCED CORPORATE FINANACE AND FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT

T. Syriopoulos

 

SHIPPING MANAGEMENT

 Ι. Theotokas – Μ. Progoulaki

MARITIME ECONOMICS

H. Thanopoulou – Μ. Lekakou

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) SYSTEMS FOR SHIPPING TRADE AND TRANSPORT

Ν. Νikitakos – T. Lilas

COMPANY LAW ( CORPORATE FINANCE LAW)

V. Tountopoulos

PRIVATE MARITIME LAW

V. Athanasopoulou

 

Β΄ Cycle Studies Progmam 

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STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

Ι. Theotokas – N. Litinas – M. Progoulaki

INTEGRATED TRANSPORT SYSTEMS

S. Kapros

MARITIME TECHNOLOGY AND SAFETY

Α. Glykas

MARITIME ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

Α. Kotrikla

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Α. Rouboutsos

MARINE INSURANCE LAW

V. Athanasopoulou

MARITIME POLICY

Μ. Lekakou

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

Ι. Theotokas – N. Litinas – M. Progoulaki

INTEGRATED TRANSPORT SYSTEMS

S. Kapros

SEA LABOR LAW

V. Athanasopoulou

MARINE INSURANCE LAW

V. Athanasopoulou

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

Ι. Theotokas – N. Litinas – M. Progoulaki

INTEGRATED TRANSPORT SYSTEMS

S. Kapros

DEVELOPMENT OF GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS

J. Karkazis

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Α. Roumboutsos

MARITIME POLICY

Μ. Lekakou

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

Ι. Theotokas – N. Litinas – M. Progoulaki

INTEGRATED TRANSPORT SYSTEMS

S. Kapros

FINANCIAL DERIVATIVES INSTRUMENTS

T. Syriopoulos

APPLIED ECONOMETRICS

E. Xideas

INTERNATIONAL MONEY AND CAPITAL MARKETS

Ι. Tsamourgelis

SHIPPING ACCOUNTING

Α. Koutoupis

 

C’ Cycle Studies Program

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

Ι. Theotokas – N. Litinas – M. Progoulaki

SHIPPING FINANCE

T. Syriopoulos

MARITIME LAW

P. Siousouras – A. Pambouki

FREIGHT MARKETS AND CHARTERING

Α. Korres

BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

L. Iakovaki

EUROPEAN PORT POLICY

Α. Pallis

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STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

Ι. Theotokas – N. Litinas – M. Progoulaki

SECURITIES LAW (CAPITAL MARKET LAW)

V. Tountopoulos

COMPETITION LAW

V. Tountopoulos –K. Pamboukis

MARITIME LAW

P. Siousouras – A. Pambouki

FREIGHT MARKETS AND CHARTERING

Α. Korres

INTERNATIONAL LAW OF THE SEA

P. Siousouras

LAW OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT

 V. Athanasopoulou

 

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

Ι. Theotokas – N. Litinas – M. Progoulaki

INFORMATION ECONOMICS

N. Nikitakos – T. Lilas

ADVANCED TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM ANALYSIS

Α. Polydoropoulou

TRANSPORT ECONOMICS

Κ. Panou

DESIGN AN TECHNOLOGY OF SHIPPING AND TRASPORT E-SERVICES

Μ. Lambrou

EUROPEAN PORT POLICY

Α. Pallis


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STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

Ι. Theotokas – N. Litinas – M. Progoulaki

SHIPPING FINANCE

T. Syriopoulos

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING

Ε. Hortachiani

FREIGHT MARKETS AND CHARTERING

Α. Korres

INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS

Ι.Tsamourgelis