School of Economics

The School of Economic Sciences of the Faculty of Law, Economic and Political Sciences at the Aristotle University of  Thessaloniki was one of the first schools to be established at the University and has been in continuous operation since 1928, functioning as part of the Faculty of Law, Economic and Political Sciences. Since 1928 it has operated as an autonomous school. In terms of student numbers, it is one of the largest schools in our University. Graduates from our School have gone on to work in the public and private sectors, higher education and also politics.
The curriculum offered at the School of Economic Sciences satisfies the need to provide a solid foundation of theoretical knowledge, while also providing students with opportunities to experience practical applications of this knowledge. At the same time the curriculum is quite flexible and constantly open to improvement and revision. It also has a satisfactory combination of compulsory and optional courses. The student handbook presents detailed descriptions of the courses and details of the School's academic staff.
Briefly, the curriculum consists of two cycles of study. In the first cycle all students attend the same courses, which provide the basic knowledge required in all the main fields of economic science. In the second cycle students choose one of two fields of study: Economics or Business Administration.

The School of Economics offers the following Postgraduate Courses:
•    «Business and Economics» with specializations:
Economic & Regional Development
International & European Economics
•    Master in Business Administration – MBA (in English )
•    Logistics & Supply Chain Management (in English)

In collaboration with Schools of the Aristotle University of  Thessaloniki but also with other Greek Institutions :
•    "Informatics and Management", in collaboration with the School of Informatics, AUTH
•    "Total quality management and innovative implementations on education", in collaboration with the School of  Early Childhood Education, AUTH
•    "Complex Systems and Networks",   in collaboration with the School of Mathematics, AUTH
•    "Local and Regional Administration and Local Governance"   Inter-Disciplinary Postgraduate Program

The attendance of the Ph.D Program of the School completes the second cycle of Postgraduate Studies. The duration of studies in Ph.D is at least three years.  More information about the Ph.D studies could be found in the Internal Regulation of the School.