Practical Training (Internship)


COURSE OUTLINE

  1. GENERAL
SCHOOL AGRICULTURAL AND FORESTRY SCIENCES
DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT
LEVEL OF STUDIES 7
COURSE CODE BOO36 SEMESTER 8th
COURSE TITLE Practical Training (Internship)
TEACHING ACTIVITIES
If the ECTS Credits are distributed in distinct parts of the course e.g. lectures, labs etc. If the ECTS Credits are awarded to the whole course, then please indicate the teaching hours per week and the corresponding ECTS Credits.
TEACHING HOURS PER WEEK ECTS CREDITS
Lectures – meetings 2 10
 
 
Please, add lines if necessary. Teaching methods and organization of the course are described in section 4.
COURSE TYPE

Background, General Knowledge, Scientific Area, Skill Development

Skill Development
PREREQUISITES:

 

TEACHING & EXAMINATION LANGUAGE: Greek
COURSE OFFERED TO ERASMUS STUDENTS: No
COURSE URL: https://eclass.duth.gr/courses/OPE01198/
  1. LEARNING OUTCOMES
Learning Outcomes
Please describe the learning outcomes of the course: Knowledge, skills and abilities acquired after the successful completion of the course.
• To evaluate student’s theoretical knowledge with the market reality

• To efficiently choose their internship carrier

• Promote the Internship in their CV

• Acquire new scientific and technical skills

• Familiarize with the work environment and its requirements

• Broaden their professional horizons

General Skills
Name the desirable general skills upon successful completion of the module
Search, analysis and synthesis of data and information,

ICT Use

Adaptation to new situations

Decision making

Autonomous work

Teamwork

Working in an international environment

Working in an interdisciplinary environment

Production of new research ideas

Project design and management

Equity and Inclusion

Respect for the natural environment

Sustainability

Demonstration of social, professional and moral responsibility and sensitivity to gender issues

Critical thinking

Promoting free, creative and inductive reasoning

·         Independent and team work

·         Working in an interdisciplinary environment

·         Promoting free, creative and inductive reasoning

·         Critical thinking

·         Decision making & problem solving

 

  1. COURSE CONTENT
1. Importance of internship (Regulation & Roadmap)

2. Internship Carrier Selection Criteria

3. Writing an Incentive Letter

4. Required digital platforms (ATLAS, PractIS, ERGANI, etc.)

5. Creating the portfolio of practical training

6. Submission of application (contracts, forms, inventory sheets)

7. Liaison Office Workshop

8. Student experiences from previous internships

9. Writing a CV and highlighting an internship

10. Useful skills – Good Practices in a working environment

11. Applications in practice (per field of study)

12. Presentation of internship carriers (per direction of studies)

13. Presentation of internship carriers (per direction of studies)

  1. LEARNING & TEACHING METHODS – EVALUATION
TEACHING METHOD
Face to face, Distance learning, etc.
Face to face (distance learning in emergency situations) and 2 months of practical training

 

 

USE OF INFORMATION & COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY (ICT)
Use of ICT in Teaching, in Laboratory Education, in Communication with students
MS Power point

Duth e-class

MS Teams for distance learning

TEACHING ORGANIZATION

The ways and methods of teaching are described in detail.

Lectures, Seminars, Laboratory Exercise, Field Exercise, Bibliographic research & analysis, Tutoring, Internship (Placement), Clinical Exercise, Art Workshop, Interactive learning, Study visits, Study / creation, project, creation, project. Etc.

 

The supervised and unsupervised workload per activity is indicated here, so that total workload per semester complies to ECTS standards.

Activity Workload/semester
Lectures 15
2 months practical training 235
Course total 250

 

 

Student Evaluation

Description of the evaluation process

 

Assessment Language, Assessment Methods, Formative or Concluding, Multiple Choice Test, Short Answer Questions, Essay Development Questions, Problem Solving, Written Assignment, Essay / Report, Oral Exam, Presentation in audience, Laboratory Report, Clinical examination of a patient, Artistic interpretation, Other/Others

 

Please indicate all relevant information about the course assessment and how students are informed 

Students are evaluated on the basis of completion or non-completion of the internship with the score “successfully” or “unsuccessfully” (S-U). In order to complete the internship, they must:

A) Be enrolled in the course following the procedure defined by the Department’s curriculum,

B) To submit the complete deliverables that prove the two-month internship in their carrier and which are described in the Internship Regulations of the Department.

Students are aware of the above process from the start of the semester and are constantly informed via the e-class platform.

  1. SUGGESTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
1. Department’s and DuTH Internship regulations

 

 

 

 

 

ANNEX OF THE COURSE OUTLINE

 

Alternative ways of examining a course in emergency situations

 

Teacher (full name): Athanasios Alexopoulos
Contact details: alexopo@agro.duth.gr, 2552041169, e-class
Supervisors: (1) No
Evaluation methods: (2) All Internship deliverables and documents can be send in digital form via e-mail.
Implementation Instructions: (3)

 

  • Please write YES or NO
  • Note down the evaluation methods used by the teacher, e.g.
  • written assignment or/and exercises
  • written or oral examination with distance learning methods, provided that the integrity and reliability of the examination are ensured.
  • In the Implementation Instructions section, the teacher notes down clear instructions to the students:

 

  1. a) in case of written assignment and / or exercises: the deadline (e.g. the last week of the semester), the means of submission, the grading system, the grade percentage of the assignment in the final grade and any other necessary information.
  2. b) in case of oral examination with distance learning methods: the instructions for conducting the examination (e.g. in groups of X people), the way of administration of the questions to be answered, the distance learning platforms to be used, the technical means for the implementation of the examination (microphone, camera, word processor, internet connection, communication platform), the hyperlinks for the examination, the duration of the exam, the grading system, the percentage of the oral exam in the final grade, the ways in which the inviolability and reliability of the exam are ensured and any other necessary information.
  3. c) in case of written examination with distance learning methods: the way of administration of the questions to be answered, the way of submitting the answers, the duration of the exam, the grading system, the percentage of the written exam of the exam in the final grade, the ways in which the integrity and reliability of the exam are ensured and any other necessary information.

There should be an attached list with the Student Registration Numbers only of students eligible to participate in the examination.

Agro-economic and market research methods


COURSE OUTLINE

  1. GENERAL
SCHOOL AGRICULTURAL AND FORESTRY SCIENCES
DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT
LEVEL OF STUDIES 7
COURSE CODE ECO0014 SEMESTER 8th  
COURSE TITLE Agro-economic and market research methods
TEACHING ACTIVITIES
If the ECTS Credits are distributed in distinct parts of the course e.g. lectures, labs etc. If the ECTS Credits are awarded to the whole course, then please indicate the teaching hours per week and the corresponding ECTS Credits.
TEACHING HOURS PER WEEK ECTS CREDITS
Lectures and Laboratory Exercises / Practice Exercises 5 5
 
 
Please, add lines if necessary. Teaching methods and organization of the course are described in section 4.
COURSE TYPE

Background, General Knowledge, Scientific Area, Skill Development

Scientific area, skill development
PREREQUISITES:

 

TEACHING & EXAMINATION LANGUAGE: Greek
COURSE OFFERED TO ERASMUS STUDENTS:
COURSE URL: https://eclass.duth.gr/courses/OPE01225/
  1. LEARNING OUTCOMES
Learning Outcomes
Please describe the learning outcomes of the course: Knowledge, skills and abilities acquired after the successful completion of the course.
The aim of the course if to provide students with knowledge of the basic concepts of agro-economic and market research. In particular, upon the completion of the course, students should be able to:

(a) Understand the differences among various research designs and be capable of choosing the most appropriate design in order to achieve the goals of their research.

(c) Analyze the data selection process and elaborate qualitative and quantitative research methods.

(d) Understand the differences among various statistical techniques used in marketing and economics and be able to apply them.

 

General Skills
Name the desirable general skills upon successful completion of the module
Search, analysis and synthesis of data and information,

ICT Use

Adaptation to new situations

Decision making

Autonomous work

Teamwork

Working in an international environment

Working in an interdisciplinary environment

Production of new research ideas

Project design and management

Equity and Inclusion

Respect for the natural environment

Sustainability

Demonstration of social, professional and moral responsibility and sensitivity to gender issues

Critical thinking

Promoting free, creative and inductive reasoning

Decision making

Autonomous work

Teamwork

Working in an interdisciplinary environment

Production of new research ideas

Project design and management

Critical thinking

Promoting free, creative and inductive reasoning

 

  1. COURSE CONTENT
  • Decision making, agro-economic research and marketing research.
  • Content and role of the agro-economic research and marketing research in managerial decision making – Agro-economic and marketing research process.
  • Research design and implementation. Types of research.
  • Secondary sources of data – Methods of collecting secondary data – Internal and external sources of secondary data.
  • Primary data – Methods of collecting primary data (survey methods)
  • Census – Sampling procedure – Sampling methods
  • Sample size – Sample selection.
  • Qualitative research methods.
  • Quantitative research – Questionnaire design.
  • The concept of measurement and scaling – Measurement levels – Types of attitude rating scales.
  • Reliability – Validity.
  • Data encoding. Marketing research methods.
  • Case studies.

 

  1. LEARNING & TEACHING METHODSEVALUATION
TEACHING METHOD
Face to face, Distance learning, etc.
In classroom (face to face)
USE OF INFORMATION & COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY (ICT)
Use of ICT in Teaching, in Laboratory Education, in Communication with students
e-class platform, e-media use, power point presentations
TEACHING ORGANIZATION

The ways and methods of teaching are described in detail.

Lectures, Seminars, Laboratory Exercise, Field Exercise, Bibliographic research & analysis, Tutoring, Internship (Placement), Clinical Exercise, Art Workshop, Interactive learning, Study visits, Study / creation, project, creation, project. Etc.

 

The supervised and unsupervised workload per activity is indicated here, so that total workload per semester complies to ECTS standards.

Activity Workload/semester
Lectures 45
Practice exercises 20
Team or individual projects in the classroom 25
Individual study 35
Course total 125
Student Evaluation

Description of the evaluation process

 

Assessment Language, Assessment Methods, Formative or Concluding, Multiple Choice Test, Short Answer Questions, Essay Development Questions, Problem Solving, Written Assignment, Essay / Report, Oral Exam, Presentation in audience, Laboratory Report, Clinical examination of a patient, Artistic interpretation, Other/Others

 

Please indicate all relevant information about the course assessment and how students are informed 

 

Oral examination at the end of the semester

Individual or team projects

 

  1. SUGGESTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
·         Stathakopoulos V. Methods in Market Research. Stamouli Publications, 2011.

·         Daoutopoulos G. Methods in Social Research. Zigos Publications, 2005.

·         Siomkos G., Mavros D.A. Market Research. Stamouli Publications, 2008.

·         Saunders Μ., Lewis P., Thornhill A. Research Methods for Business and Economy. Editors: Tsoukatos E. Vrontis D. Disigma Publications, 2014.

 

 

ANNEX OF THE COURSE OUTLINE

Alternative ways of examining a course in emergency situations

Teacher (full name): Elena Raptou
Contact details: elenra@agro.duth.gr
Supervisors: (1) No
Evaluation methods: (2) Oral examination with distance learning methods, provided that the integrity and reliability of the examination are ensured.
Implementation Instructions: (3) The examinations will be carried out according to the examination program that will be announced by the secretariat of the Department

The examination in the course will be oral carried out using Skype for Business or Microsoft Teams. The oral examination in the course will be carried out in groups of 4 people (20 minutes per group) according to the order in which the Number of Student Record of the participants appear in the attached list (examination program).

The link of the Skype for Business or Microsoft Teams meeting will be sent to students via e-class, exclusively to the institutional accounts of those who have registered for the course and have learned the terms of distance teaching

Students will have to log in to the examination room through their institutional account, otherwise they will not be able to participate. They will also participate in the examination with a camera which they will have opened during the examination. Before the start of the exam, students will show their identity card to the camera, so that they can be identified

Each student should answer in 4 questions. Each of the questions is scored with 2.5 credits

 

 

Linear Programming


COURSE OUTLINE

  1. GENERAL
SCHOOL AGRICULTURAL AND FORESTRY SCIENCES
DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT
LEVEL OF STUDIES 7
COURSE CODE ECO1008 SEMESTER 8th
COURSE TITLE LINEAR PROGRAMMING
TEACHING ACTIVITIES
If the ECTS Credits are distributed in distinct parts of the course e.g. lectures, labs etc. If the ECTS Credits are awarded to the whole course, then please indicate the teaching hours per week and the corresponding ECTS Credits.
TEACHING HOURS PER WEEK ECTS CREDITS
Lectures and exercises  (3+2) 5
     
     
Please, add lines if necessary. Teaching methods and organization of the course are described in section 4.    
COURSE TYPE

Background, General Knowledge, Scientific Area, Skill Development

Specialization
PREREQUISITES:

 

TEACHING & EXAMINATION LANGUAGE: Greek
COURSE OFFERED TO ERASMUS STUDENTS: Yes (in English)
COURSE URL: https://eclass.duth.gr/courses/OPE01249/
  1. LEARNING OUTCOMES
Learning Outcomes
Please describe the learning outcomes of the course: Knowledge, skills and abilities acquired after the successful completion of the course.
Upon the completion of the course the students;

·        should become capable of implementing Simplex method on agro – economic problems

General Skills
Name the desirable general skills upon successful completion of the module
Search, analysis and synthesis of data and information,

ICT Use

Adaptation to new situations

Decision making

Autonomous work

Teamwork

Working in an international environment

Working in an interdisciplinary environment

Production of new research ideas

Project design and management

Equity and Inclusion

Respect for the natural environment

Sustainability

Demonstration of social, professional and moral responsibility and sensitivity to gender issues

Critical thinking

Promoting free, creative and inductive reasoning

  • Knowledge in Mathematics
  • Analytical and synthetically thinking

 

  1. COURSE CONTENT
1.       What is Linear Programming? A Preview,

2.       Types of Linear Problems

3.       The Linear Programming Model (Analytical, Matrix form)

4.       Transformation to a typical linear Programming problem, Core concepts (Feasible Area, Feasible Solution)

5.       Graphical Solution of Linear Programming Problem,

6.       Simplex Algorithm,

7.       Solution with Simplex,

8.       Normal Form, (M Form)

9.       Vogel solution

10.   Hungarian Method solution

11.   Optimum solution

12.   Sensitivity Analysis

13.   Duality

  1. LEARNING & TEACHING METHODSEVALUATION
TEACHING METHOD
Face to face, Distance learning, etc.
Face to face, Distance Learning with Microsoft Teams Platform
USE OF INFORMATION & COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY (ICT)
Use of ICT in Teaching, in Laboratory Education, in Communication with students
§  Power point

§  e-class

TEACHING ORGANIZATION

The ways and methods of teaching are described in detail.

Lectures, Seminars, Laboratory Exercise, Field Exercise, Bibliographic research & analysis, Tutoring, Internship (Placement), Clinical Exercise, Art Workshop, Interactive learning, Study visits, Study / creation, project, creation, project. Etc.

 

The supervised and unsupervised workload per activity is indicated here, so that total workload per semester complies to ECTS standards.

Activity Workload/semester
Activity Semester workload

 

Lectures 39
Exercises 26
Individual study 60
   
Course total

(25-hour workload per credit unit)

 

125

Student Evaluation

Description of the evaluation process

 

Assessment Language, Assessment Methods, Formative or Concluding, Multiple Choice Test, Short Answer Questions, Essay Development Questions, Problem Solving, Written Assignment, Essay / Report, Oral Exam, Presentation in audience, Laboratory Report, Clinical examination of a patient, Artistic interpretation, Other/Others

 

Please indicate all relevant information about the course assessment and how students are informed 

 

Written exams at the end of the semester both on theory and optional midterm test.

Two tests are taken within the semester and the average of the grade of those tests is multiplied by 0,3 and is added to the grade of the final test. The precondition for the validity of this bonus is the grade of the final test to be equal or over three. 2. Assignments are delegated to the students that are graded with ranking 0-2. The grade of this assignment is added to the final grade of the semester The precondition for the validity of this bonus is the grade of the final test to be equal or over three

 

 

  1. SUGGESTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
§           Koutroumanidis Th., Zafeiriou E., Malesios Ch., Applied Mathematics for Agriculture (in Greek)

§  M Loukakis Linear Programming

§  Paparrizos K. Linear Programming, Algorithms and Applications

 

 

 

 

 

ANNEX OF THE COURSE OUTLINE

 

Alternative ways of examining a course in emergency situations

 

Teacher (full name): Eleni Zafeiriou
Contact details: ezafeir@agro.duth.gr
Supervisors: (1) Yes
Evaluation methods: (2) Written Exam /Mid term test
Implementation Instructions: (3) The subjects of the exams will be provided through a file that will be uploaded in the field ‘projects’ for a specific time period according to the program of exams.

The answers by the students will be provided by the students through multimedia files.

Each exercise will be graded while the exam contribution will be 100%,

The exam is simultaneous for all the students

The participation in the exams can be done with the use of their institutional account.

Economics of agro-food processing businesses


COURSE OUTLINE

  1. GENERAL
SCHOOL AGRICULTURAL AND FORESTRY SCIENCES
DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT
LEVEL OF STUDIES 7
COURSE CODE ECO0015 SEMESTER 8th  
COURSE TITLE Economics of agro-food processing businesses
TEACHING ACTIVITIES
If the ECTS Credits are distributed in distinct parts of the course e.g. lectures, labs etc. If the ECTS Credits are awarded to the whole course, then please indicate the teaching hours per week and the corresponding ECTS Credits.
TEACHING HOURS PER WEEK ECTS CREDITS
Lectures and Laboratory Exercises / Practice Exercises 5 5
 
 
Please, add lines if necessary. Teaching methods and organization of the course are described in section 4.
COURSE TYPE

Background, General Knowledge, Scientific Area, Skill Development

Scientific area, skill development
PREREQUISITES:

 

TEACHING & EXAMINATION LANGUAGE: Greek
COURSE OFFERED TO ERASMUS STUDENTS:
COURSE URL: https://eclass.duth.gr/courses/OPE01224/
  1. LEARNING OUTCOMES
Learning Outcomes
Please describe the learning outcomes of the course: Knowledge, skills and abilities acquired after the successful completion of the course.
The aim of the course if to provide students with knowledge of the basic concepts of the economics of agro-food processing businesses. In particular, upon the completion of the course, students should   be able to :

(a) Apprehend the principles and the structure of the agro-food industry.

(b) Understand the multidimensional role of processing enterprises in both national and global economy.

(c) Analyze topics related to the operation and management of agro-food processing industries.

(d) Understand the market structure and the related policies that affect agro-food processing enterprises.

 

General Skills
Name the desirable general skills upon successful completion of the module
Search, analysis and synthesis of data and information,

ICT Use

Adaptation to new situations

Decision making

Autonomous work

Teamwork

Working in an international environment

Working in an interdisciplinary environment

Production of new research ideas

Project design and management

Equity and Inclusion

Respect for the natural environment

Sustainability

Demonstration of social, professional and moral responsibility and sensitivity to gender issues

Critical thinking

Promoting free, creative and inductive reasoning

Decision making

Autonomous work

Teamwork

Working in an interdisciplinary environment

Production of new research ideas

Project design and management

Critical thinking

Promoting free, creative and inductive reasoning

 

  1. COURSE CONTENT
·         Concept and significance of agro-food processing.

·         Role of agro-food processing

·         Basic economic principles of processed agricultural production.

·         Cost of processed agro-food products.

·         Feasibility study in the food industry.

·         Administration, management and finance of food processing industries.

·         Economies of scale – Market structure – Competition.

·         Game theory.

·         Raw materials supply.

·         Price and distribution policy of processed products.

·         Emerging companies. Horizontal and vertical integration.

·         Life cycle of agro-food products.

·         Case studies

 

  1. LEARNING & TEACHING METHODSEVALUATION
TEACHING METHOD
Face to face, Distance learning, etc.
In classroom (face to face)
USE OF INFORMATION & COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY (ICT)
Use of ICT in Teaching, in Laboratory Education, in Communication with students
e-class platform, e-media use, power point presentations
TEACHING ORGANIZATION

The ways and methods of teaching are described in detail.

Lectures, Seminars, Laboratory Exercise, Field Exercise, Bibliographic research & analysis, Tutoring, Internship (Placement), Clinical Exercise, Art Workshop, Interactive learning, Study visits, Study / creation, project, creation, project. Etc.

 

The supervised and unsupervised workload per activity is indicated here, so that total workload per semester complies to ECTS standards.

Activity Workload/semester
Lectures 45
Practice exercises 20
Team or individual projects in the classroom 25
Individual study 35
Course total 125
Student Evaluation

Description of the evaluation process

 

Assessment Language, Assessment Methods, Formative or Concluding, Multiple Choice Test, Short Answer Questions, Essay Development Questions, Problem Solving, Written Assignment, Essay / Report, Oral Exam, Presentation in audience, Laboratory Report, Clinical examination of a patient, Artistic interpretation, Other/Others

 

Please indicate all relevant information about the course assessment and how students are informed 

 

Written exams at the end of the semester

Individual or team projects

Students having ascertained dyslexia problems are examined with oral methods

Students have access to their essay at any time

 

  1. SUGGESTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Semos A. Processing of Agricultural Products – Economics, Organization, Food Production. Ziti Publications, 2010.

 

ANNEX OF THE COURSE OUTLINE

 Alternative ways of examining a course in emergency situations

Teacher (full name): Elena Raptou
Contact details: elenra@agro.duth.gr
Supervisors: (1) No
Evaluation methods: (2) Written examination with distance learning methods, provided that the integrity and reliability of the examination are ensured.
Implementation Instructions: (3) The examinations will be carried out according to the examination program that will be announced by the secretariat of the Department

The examination in the course will be written and carried out using e-class.

First, students will have to join Microsoft Teams or Skype for Business in order to be identified. The link of the Microsoft Teams or Skype for Business meeting will be sent to students via e-class, exclusively to the institutional accounts of those who have registered for the course and have learned the terms of distance teaching. Students will have to log in to the examination room through their institutional account; otherwise they will not be able to participate. Before the start of the exam, students will show their identity card to the camera, so that they can be identified

Then, students will join e-class for their examination. Students will have to answer 20 questions (True or False). Each of the questions is scored with 0.5 credits.

 

Agricultural Accounting and Valuation


COURSE OUTLINE

  1. GENERAL
SCHOOL ACTICULTURAL AND FORESTRY SCIENCES
DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT
LEVEL OF STUDIES UNDERGRADUATE
COURSE CODE ECO0006 SEMESTER 8th
COURSE TITLE Agricultural Accounting and Valuation
TEACHING ACTIVITIES
If the ECTS Credits are distributed in distinct parts of the course e.g. lectures, labs etc. If the ECTS Credits are awarded to the whole course, then please indicate the teaching hours per week and the corresponding ECTS Credits
TEACHING HOURS PER WEEK ECTS CREDITS
Lectures and Laboratory Exercises / Practice Exercises 4 5
COURSE TYPE SCIENTIFIC AREA / DIRECTION
PREREQUISITES:

 

TEACHING & EXAMINATION LANGUAGE: GREEK
COURSE OFFERED TO ERASMUS STUDENTS: NO
COURSE URL: https://eclass.duth.gr/courses/OPE01247/
  1. LEARNING OUTCOMES
Learning Outcomes
 

The aim of the course is to equip students with the basic concepts of agricultural accounting and valuation and in particular in valuating balance sheets, analysis and interpretation of agricultural accounts, accounting monitoring of agricultural production and farms, accounting methodologies and assessment of the value of farms.

 

At the end of the course students will be able to:

 

· Know / understand basic concepts of agricultural accounting and valuation
· Apply the basic principles of evaluation – assessment farms
· They have understood and appreciated the importance of accounting monitoring of agricultural production and farms
· Combine their knowledge and examine sectors of agricultural production
· Analyze / interpret agricultural accounts
· Form / analyze balance – sheets

 

 

  General Skills
 

· Decision making
· Work in interdisciplinary environment
· Promoting free, creative and inductive thinking
· Search, analysis and synthesis of data and information, using the necessary technologies
· Working in an international environment
· Production of new research ideas
· Exercise criticism and self – criticism
  1. COURSE CONTENT
   Week      Thematic Unit of Lectures

 

1. Basic concepts and definitions
2. Methods of accounting in agriculture
3. Balance sheets
4. Analysis and interpretation of agricultural accounts
5. Accounting monitoring of farms
6. Accounting monitoring of agricultural production sectors
7. Economic mathematics in agricultural accounting and valuation
8. Expenditures and revenues
9. Expenditures and revenues
10. Annuities
11. Agricultural property valuation methodologies
12. Estimation of the value of farms
13. Estimation of financial results using technical – economic indicators

 

 

Week       Thematic Lab Unit

 

1. Basic concepts and definitions
2. Accounting methods in agriculture
3. Balance sheets
4. Analysis and interpretation of agricultural accounts
5. Accounting monitoring of farms
6. Accounting monitoring of agricultural production sectors
7. expenditures and revenues
8. Annuities
9. Agricultural property valuation methodologies
10. Estimation of the value of agricultural holdings
11. Estimation of financial results using technical – economic indicators
12. Case studies
13. Case studies

 

 

 

  1. LEARNING & TEACHING METHODSEVALUATION
TEACHING METHOD
Face to face, Distance learning, etc.
In classroom
USE OF INFORMATION & COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY (ICT)
Use of ICT in Teaching, in Laboratory Education, in Communication with students
Support of the teaching procedure using e-class platform, e-Media, power point presentations
TEACHING ORGANIZATION

The ways and methods of teaching are described in detail.

Lectures, Seminars, Laboratory Exercise, Field Exercise, Bibliographic research & analysis, Tutoring, Internship (Placement), Clinical Exercise, Art Workshop, Interactive learning, Study visits, Study / creation, project, creation, project. Etc.

 

The supervised and unsupervised workload per activity is indicated here, so that total workload per semester complies to ECTS standards.

Activity Semester workload
Lectures 65
Literature analysis and in classroom presentation 10
Laboratory courses 15
Team projects in case studies 15
Independent study 20
Total

(25 workload hours per ECTS credit)

125

 

 

Student Evaluation Written exams at the end of the semester (in Greek)

Individual or team project

Students having ascertained dyslexia problems are examined with oral methods.

Students have access to their essay at any time

 

  1. SUGGESTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Suggested bibliography :

1. Filios V. 2007. Economic accounting of agricultural and livestock holdings and agri-business associations (is. A’).  Suchroni editions. Athens.

2. Kitsopanidis G. 2007. Agricultural accounting and estimation. Ziti editions. Thessaloniki.

 

– Related scientific journals:

Journal of Agricultural Economics, Journal of Finance, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Accounting Research

 

ANNEX OF THE COURSE OUTLINE

Alternative ways of examining a course in emergency situations

Department: Agricultural Development
Course: Agricultural Accounting and Valuation
Course code: ECO0006
Teacher: Garyfallos Arabatzis
Contact details: garamp@fmenr.duth.gr
Supervisors: (1)
Semester: 8th
Study level: (2) Undergraduate
Exams: (3) Written assignment and oral examination with distance learning methods (Microsoft Teams)
Exam implementation instructions: (4) The examinations will be carried out according to the examination program that will be announced by the secretariat of the Department.

The total core of examinations include a) a 20% written assignment and b) 80% oral examination using Microsoft Teams.

The oral examination in the course will be carried out in groups of 5 people (30 minutes per group) according to the order in which the Number of Student Record of the participants appear in the attached list (examination program).

The link of the Microsoft Teams meeting will be sent to students via e-class, exclusively to the institutional accounts of those who have registered for the course and have learned the terms of distance teaching.

Students will have to log in to the examination room through their institutional account, otherwise they will not be able to participate. They will also participate in the examination with a camera which they will have opened during the examination. Before the start of the exam, students will show their identity card to the camera, so that they can be identified.

Each student should answer in 4 questions. Each of the questions is scored with 2.0 credits.