6th Semester

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Public Economics

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The course Public Economics investigates the role of the public sector in the economic arena. It examines and analyzes in depth the interventions of the state in the operation of national economies and, in particular, taxation and public spending. By the end of this course the students will have sufficient knowledge and economic understanding of […]
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Accounting II

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The course builds on Accounting I and expands the material in Financial Accounting and Reporting by examining additional elements of the financial statements in the context of the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). The aim is to continue the delivery of the necessary knowledge and technical application of general financial accounting principles (within IFRS), as […]
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Internship

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120 days
The Internship for the students of the Department of Agricultural Economics & Rural Development is required. The Internship has a total duration of four (4) months (120 calendar days including weekends), of which at least fifty (50) calendar days must take place outside the AUA. The students, when carrying out the Internship in a private […]
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Plant Physiology

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Aim of the course is to introduce and explore the physiology of the vascular plants. In the first unit, are discussed the plant functions and their coordination in the plant organism. The second unit, aims to the understanding of the basic functions –photosynthesis, transpiration, cellular respiration, plant nutrition- which are the basic knowledge for upcoming […]
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Urban Economics & Spatial Planning

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Students will obtain sufficient knowledge on all issues mentioned in the course description. They will know how the concepts and tools of microeconomic analysis can be used and extended in the study of regional economics and they will be introduced to the basic concepts and methods of spatial planning. They will be able to understand […]
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Soil-Composting

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1.Overview of soil systems (historical review, soil systems, soil genesis). 2. Soil particle-size analysis (classification of soil particles and their role in nature, soil textural classes). 3. Soil minerals (primary minerals: structure, physicochemical properties, weathering; secondary minerals: structure, physicochemical properties of clay-silicate minerals; Fe and Al oxides and hydroxides). 4. Chemical properties of soils (cation […]
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Didactics – Agricultural Education

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This is an introductory course in the main concepts, methodologies and practices of didactics focusing on technical-occupational education (with emphasis on agricultural education) By successfully completing the course students will be able to Describe, distinguish and explain the fundamental concepts, theories and methodologies of general and technical/agricultural education (and training) Select and justify the appropriate […]
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Geographic Information Systems

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The course aims to introduce students to the basic concepts of GIS, to address the theoretical concepts of vector and grid data and to deal with the analysis and processing of spatial data. It also refers to introductory concepts and methodologies of practical familiarity with Geographic Information Systems software. The course covers subjects that highlight […]