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Structure of the Program

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Please find below a suggested program of studies for the ACT BA in English concentrations:

BA in English. Concentration: Language and Literature

Year One

  • English 101
  • History 120
  • Politics 101
  • Philosophy 101
  • Computer Science 101
  • Math 100
  • Economics 101
  • English 102
  • English 120 (OU)
  • Biology 101 or Ecology 110

Year Two

  • English 203
  • Comm 127- Communication, Culture & Society (OU)
  • English 220 - Introduction to Twentieth Century Poetry and Drama (OU)
  • English 273 - Introduction to Linguistics (OU)
  • Computer Science 107- Multimedia I (OU)
  • Anthropology 101 or Sociology 101 or Psychology 101
  • English 275 - Sociolinguistics (OU)
  • Free Elective
  • Major Elective (OU)
  • English 250 - Advanced Writing and Professional Communication (OU)

Year Three

  • English 230 - English Literatures (OU)
  • English 274 - Applied Linguistics (OU)
  • Philosophy 203
  • Free Elective
  • Major Elective (OU)
  • Hum 246 - Introduction to American Cultural Studies (OU)
  • English 325 - Second Language Acquisition (OU)
  • English 350 - Advanced Writing/Writing for Social Change (OU)
  • Comm 327 - Communication Research Methods (OU)
  • Major Elective

Year Four

  • English 390 - Senior Thesis I (OU)
  • English 300 - Image, Text, Culture (OU)
  • English 380 - The Business of Literature (OU)
  • Soc Sc 399 - Service Learning
  • Major Elective (OU)
  • English 395 - Senior Thesis II (OU)
  • English 259 - Topics in Contemporary World Literature (OU)
  • English 340 - Comparative Literature (OU)
  • Free Elective
  • Major Elective (OU)

BA in English. Concentration: Communication & New Media

Year One

  • English 101
  • History 120
  • Politics 101
  • Philosophy 101
  • Computer Science 101
  • Math 100
  • Economics 101
  • English 102
  • English 120 (OU)
  • Biology 101 or Ecology 110

Year Two

  • English 203 - Advanced College English Skills
  • Comm 127- Communication, Culture & Society (OU)
  • English 220 - Introduction to Twentieth Century Poetry and Drama (OU)
  • English 273 - Introduction to Linguistics (OU)
  • Computer Science 107- Multimedia I (OU)
  • Anthropology 101 or Sociology 101 or Psychology 101
  • English 275 - Sociolinguistics (OU)
  • Free Elective
  • Major Elective (OU)
  • English 250 - Advanced Writing and Professional Communication (OU)

Year Three

  • English 230-English Literatures
  • Comm 217- Media in Transition 
  • Philosophy 203
  • Free Elective
  • Major Elective
  • Hum 246 - Introduction to American Cultural Studies
  • Marketing 200/Marketing 214/Soc Sc.215/Soc Sc 228
  • Comm 233 - Introduction to Journalism
  • Comm 327- Communication Research Methods
  • Major Elective

Year Four

  • English 390- Senior Thesis I
  • English 300- Image, Text, Culture
  • Comm 317-Communicating through New Media
  • Soc Sc 399- Service Learning
  • Major Elective
  • English 395- Senior Thesis II
  • Comm 227- Media Theory (OU Level 6)
  • Anthr 349- Intercultural Communication
  • Free Elective
  • Major Elective

 

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English

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ACT’s innovative BA in English features concentrations in Language and Literature, and Communication and New Media. The program of studies has been designed to be fresh, modern, and relevant to the academic and professional realities of today. After a shared cluster of common courses in the general area of English, students take courses in their selected concentration, complemented by additional courses from other divisions, to create essentially a unique 40-course undergraduate degree that blends academic knowledge with transferrable skills.

The aims of the BA in English are the following:

  • to provide students with a solid background in the subject areas of literature, linguistics, media and cultural studies;
  • to cultivate students’ analytical and creative skills for intellectual and professional purposes;
  • to enable students to explore the evolution of English studies as it intersects a variety of theoretical approaches and academic disciplines;
  • to help students become more astute readers, writers, thinkers, and communicators;
  • to challenge students to operate more effectively in multicultural, interdisciplinary environments, both as students and future professionals; and
  • to inspire confidence, open-mindedness, and personal and professional success
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MS in Hospitality and Tourism Management

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Remain competitive within the tourism and hospitality industry.
Enter the field for the first time as a trained professional.
You may be striving for pure personal growth, or you may want to start your own business.
You may be pursuing a top management position, or you may already be there – without the advanced business training the position demands.

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Master of Business Administration

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The MBA program is a general program aimed at university graduates of various disciplines including of course those with degrees in Economics, Business and related disciplines. The program aims to accommodate working professionals and the degree requirements may be completed in one or two years. Concentrations are available in Marketing, Management, Finance, Entrepreneurship and Digital Marketing.

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Admission Requirements

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To be considered for admission, candidates must:

  • Hold a Bachelor degree
  • Demonstrate competency in the English language

Although the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) is recommended and strengthens the application, it is not required.

For more in-depth information regarding your admission and further requirements, please

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Who should choose the MBA at ACT?

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  • Individuals who are now in management positions and wish to refine their skills and advance their careers. Managers at various levels, including senior executives, from small and large companies across industries including Manufacturing, Wholesale or Retail Trade, Transportation, Banking and Insurance, and others have successfully completed the MBA program at ACT.
  • Individuals with a university degree in Business, Economics or a related discipline who wish to hone their knowledge and learn the practical skills necessary to distinguish themselves in business and stand out from the crowd in pursuing managerial and other leadership roles.
  • Individuals whose university education is in an area other than business, but who wish to work in business and pursue managerial or leadership roles.
  • Professionals, whether attorneys, architects, pharmacists, engineers, dentists, or English language teachers (as examples) who recognize that to succeed in their chosen professions they must possess strong, practical business and leadership skills. 
  • Individuals who are associated with a family business, have started and manage or wish to launch their own business. The entrepreneurship concentration is tailored for you.
  • Individuals whose work demands an understanding of the broader Balkan market, including not only the fundamental business skills but also the particulars of doing business in the Balkans and effectively working with, managing in, and trading across countries of Southeast Europe.
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Why choose the MBA at ACT?

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  • A challenging program of study that develops practical skills immediately applicable in a global market.
  • A flexible program that’s tailored to your needs. Classes are held in the evenings to accommodate working professionals.
  • Courses taught by seasoned professionals with exceptional academic credentials and substantial managerial and executive leadership experience in organizations across the world and including Greece and Southeast Europe. They are in touch with current business issues, and bring a wealth of practical business knowledge, and pragmatic thinking, to the classroom.
  • The only program in Northern Greece that’s accredited by NEASC, the agency that accredits most prestigious universities such as Harvard, Yale, MIT, and Brown.
    Professional Equivalency of MBA graduates: According to law 4093/2012 and subsequent regulations (FEK 229/19/11/12 and 3324/12/12/12), degrees awarded for post-graduate programs of studies by colleges that are accredited by international organizations (including NEASC, ACT’s accreditation body), are eligible for recognition of professional equivalency to those degrees awarded by the Greek standard system of higher education. This is effective December 12, 2012.
  • World class facilities on a true college campus.
  • A program with a distinct international flavor with students from Greece, the U.S., Bulgaria, FYROM, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Germany, and Austria among others.
  • A program that provides access to the network of over 10,000 Anatolia and ACT alumni that lead industry and government organizations across the world.
  • The only program backed by 127 years of experience in education and the name ANATOLIA.
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Why do an MBA?

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  • You may want to remain competitive within your own company, or you may want to change companies – or careers – altogether.
  • You may be striving for pure personal growth, or you may want to start your own business.
  • You may be pursuing a top management position in your company, or you may already be there – without the advanced business training the position demands.

An MBA can help you improve your effectiveness, expand your potential, accelerate your advancement, and raise you value – to yourself, to your current employer, or to a future employer.

An MBA can help accelerate your career and MBA graduates can usually command higher salaries.

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MBA

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The MBA program is a general program aimed at university graduates of various disciplines including of course those with degrees in Economics, Business and related disciplines. The program aims to accommodate working professionals and the degree requirements may be completed in one or two years. Concentrations are available in Marketing, Management, Finance, Entrepreneurship and Digital Marketing.

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Eligibility

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The financial aid program grants awards to both local and international undergraduate and graduate students. Financial aid grants will be determined according to student or family financial need, as appropriate, and academic merit within university budget limitations. Financial need is a percentage reduction in the ACT tuition fees.

In order to be considered for the Institutional Financial Aid program, certain requirements must be met:

  • Be enrolled or accepted for enrollment.
  • Be degree-seeking.
  • Demonstrate financial need through submitting the financial aid application.
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