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Department of Business Planning and Information Systems

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Description of the Department's Graduates - Professional Rights

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The philosophy with which the curriculum was designed is to ensure that students upon completion of their studies will be able to satisfactorily carry out their professional duties, having developed a complete academic profile that is necessary for the labour market. This belief is based on the fact that graduates have enacted professional rights under Gov. G. 194 TA / 01.10.2009.

Upon completion of their studies, graduates of the Department of Business Planning and Information Systems acquired the necessary scientific and technological knowledge, enabling them to operate professionally, successfully supporting the use of methods and technology of Business Planning and of Information Systems in all areas of their applications both in economic and social activity.

Graduates of the Department of Business Planning and Information Systems are employed in both private and public sector, either stand-alone or in collaboration with other scientists and professionals in all fields of exploitation of Business Planning and Information Systems, on issues related to design, development, management, applied research, education and training.

Knowledge and skills acquired enable them to accomplish operational plans in areas of Business Planning, Management and Organization of economic entities and organizations, management - development – improvement and use of Information Systems, Development, Service Providing, Financial Analysis, Surveillance and Control, Applied Research, Education and Training. More specifically, graduates of the Department may begin their careers as executives in companies and organizations in several areas.

In particular, the professional activities which can be effectively performed by a graduate of this Department are part of the discipline of Business Decisions Making using modern quantitative methods and integrated Information Systems, and they indicatively are the following:

1.  Statistical and econometric analysis of data
2.  Issues of operational research and systems – procedures optimization
3.  Costing, budgeting, financial analysis, portfolio management
4.  Management - Marketing and sales promotion
5.  Predictions of business and financial figures
6.  Quality assurance and accreditation procedures
7.  Projects and operations rational management, supply chain
8.  Search and business nature data mining
9.  Evaluation of data and their transformation into useful information for supporting rational business decisions making
10. Design and Development of Information Systems
11. Development of e-business applications
12. Business decisions making and developing integrated business plans with inputs from all the above knowledge and skills

Additionally, the graduates of the Department can continue their studies at postgraduate level in the broader field of business studies.

The outline of graduates Professional Rights states the following:

Α. Graduates of the Department of Business Planning and Information Systems, in the School of Management and Economy of the Technological Educational Institute, on the basis of specific scientific and technological knowledge, may be employed as executives in companies and organizations, in the field of Business Planning in terms of setting development plans, implementation of methodologies for support business decisions and management of information systems both in the private and public sectors. These graduates, either autonomously or in collaboration with other scientists can be employed in research and studies in issues of business planning and information systems management. In exercising their profession, the above referred graduates can pursue the following business activities:

1. Development of business-operational, strategic and tactical business and organizations development plans, as well as preparation of programming studies and project management.
2. Conduct of market research, statistic researches and predictions.
3. Decision making concerning the rational operation of economic entities.
4. Planning of budgeting and observation of cash flows systems, analysis of financing projects problems.
5. Application of total quality management methods in projects and programs, preparing proposals for ISO, certification.
6. Development and management of managerial information systems.

Β. Graduates of the Department can be employed at all levels of Education in accordance with the existing legislation.

C. Graduates of the department may be appointed in the public sector and to be evolved to levels of hierarchy in accordance with the existing legislation.

D. Graduates of the Department are entitled to be appointed as teachers in sector PE20 (Informatics) in secondary education, as defined from the existing arrangements. Specifically, the Presidential Decree 118/1995 (Gov. G. 75 ΤΑ / 18.04.1995): ”Defining the qualifications of employment sectors PE19 and PE20 Information Teaching Staff Secondary Education of the Ministry of Education”, supplemented by the PD 268 (Gov. G. 268 / 28.12.2004), gives the right to graduates of the Department to work as teachers in the sector PE20.

Ε. Graduates of the department after obtaining their degrees, practice the profession in accordance with the above professional rights.

Last Updated on Friday, 02 September 2011 13:00