Bachelor’s Degree in Business and Organization Administration. Specialty in Health Units Administration. Department of Business and Organizations Administration. Faculty of Management and Economics. Technological Educational Institute of Peloponnese.


The graduates of the Faculty of Management and Economics with direction the Management of Health and Welfare Unit, following the completion of their studies, will the following:
- Basic principles for the Business Administration of the private and public sector, Business Economics, Accounting, and Financial Administration.
- Elements of Marketing, Management of Human Resources, and Corporate Law.
- Principles of Administration and Organisation.
- The law and the financial context governing the primary and secondary health units.
- Tools for business administration, such as elements of Statistics, Operational Research, and IT Management Systems.
- Methodology for the conduct of scientific work, the analysis of the problem, the search into and collection of literature and good practices, the evaluation of the results of the research and the presentation of results.

- Effective use of modern management tools for the rational redesign of the procedures and structures, for strategic and operational programming, for monitoring, control, and assessment of managerial actions, for providing incentives to personnel, and for ensuring the quality of the services rendered.
- Financial analysis of businesses.
- Registration, control and assessment of procedures in a business.
- Understanding of the flow of information in IT systems and drawing of the necessary information from them.
- Use of methods of operational research in order to take decisions.
- Analysis of an operational problem and conduct of the necessary research.

- Immediate adjustment to a business environment, since they will have fulfilled a six-month internship in a business during their studies.
- Competences of analysing a research subject, composing strong theories and tools in order to resolve it and finally, presentation thereof.

Learning Outcomes:
The graduates will:
- be familiarised with the basic concepts of financial science that are necessary for the understanding of the financial environment;
- be familiarised with the concepts and methods of quantitative analysis and shall have the basic skills for the use of these methodologies, in order to support decisions and ensure the measurability of the administrative action;
- have the necessary knowledge and skills for the use, adjustment and contribution, in terms of the end user, to design of modern IT systems;
- know the environment of the health and welfare services, provided by the public and private sector;
- be specialized on issues of organising, programming, and evaluating the structures of health and welfare, as well as of managing the human resources of these structures;
- have in depth knowledge of the national and European legislation, which governs both the structures and the methods for the provision of health and welfare services, while having specific knowledge on the legislation of health that governs directly the activities of the health and welfare structures;
- be knowledgeable about the operations of the accounting, fiscal and financial management of the resources of the structures of central administration with regard to the health and welfare services, as well as to the accounting operations and the financial management of the structures of the private sector about the respective services.

The basic objective of the programme of studies is for the graduates to be able to successfully work in an internationalised environment, while obtaining the necessary tools in order to conduct scientific research and analysis.

Further Information

The curriculum of the Department of Business and Organisations Administration covers the cognitive subject of the Administrative Science, with specialisation on the businesses of the private and public sector. The curriculum has been designed with the purpose of continuously meeting the growing needs of modern organisations and businesses, while paying the special attention to the traditional principles of Higher Education, and in consequence, to the need for an anthropocentric system of values, especially due to the social nature of the subjects of its directions. The curriculum has been designed in order to be flexible and adjusted to modern needs, matching the developments in society and in the labour market, both in the field of businesses and in the field of health and social protection - care services.
In order to complete the programme, successful examination in 42 semester courses is required, 24 of which are common compulsory courses, 12 are direction courses, and 6 are selective courses from the 28 selective courses available. In addition, there are also 2 courses of free selection that are not included in the 42.
The compulsory courses include knowledge about the following:
Principles of Administration
Financial Administration
of Human Resources
Quality Control
Management IT systems
Public Administration
Operational design
Microeconomics - Macroeconomic Theory
Public Finance
Mathematics - Statistics
Electronic Commerce - Electronic Marketing
Political Science
The direction courses refer to the following:
Law on Health and Welfare Units
Health Services Finance
Organisation and Administration of Primary health services
Organisation and Administration of Hospitals
Policy and design of Health and Social Protection
Administrative practice of Health and Welfare Units
Health Informatics
The teaching of the courses includes theoretical teaching, resolution of exercises, and laboratory courses.

Relation To Employment

This qualification is optional for work in the Administration of Health and Welfare Units of the Private and Public Sector.


Access to this type of qualification have those who have completed at least the secondary education (level 4).
Holders of such qualifications gain access to study programmes at the same level or at level 7 or 8.

Ways To Aquire

Qualifications of this type are acquired via formal education.