Banking and Finance

Brief Description

Participants in ACT’s MBA program may choose one of more of the following program concentrations:

• Banking & Finance 
• Entrepreneurship 
• Management 
• Marketing in the Digital Era

These concentrations share certain core skill-based and knowledge-based goals essential.

The courses in the Banking & Finance concentration are carefully structured to support the learning needs of entry-level and experienced staff in the commercial banking and financial fields. Participants gain knowledge of analytical tools and related real-world concepts that are discussed from a decision-making stand point. Courses include topics such as financial markets, advanced financial statement analysis, cash flow analysis, investment analysis, corporate valuation techniques, techniques of bank asset/liability management, commercial lending practices and procedures, credit risk analysis, international finance and lending, as well as current bank management issues.

MBA Program of Study

Semester One (October-February)

Quarter One

  • MBA-STAT 505: Applied Statistics for Business Decisions
  • MBA-ACC 501: Managerial Accounting
  • MBA-COM 515: Leadership Communication Skills
  • MBA-MIS 550: Management Information Systems

Quarter Two

  • MBA-MNGT 520: Organizational Behavior
  • MBA-MKTG 530: Marketing Management
  • MBA-MNGT 525: Operations Management
  • MBA-BUS 580: Strategic Management

Semester Two (February-June)

Quarter Three

  • MBA-MNGT 521: Organizational Leadership & Change
  • MBA-BUS 570: International Business
  • MBA-FIN 540: Corporate Finance
  • MBA-ECON 510: Managerial Economics

Quarter Four

  • Digital Marketing concentration
  • Management concentration
  • Entrepreneurship concentration
  • Banking & Finance concentration

+ 2 concentration electives

Closure Requirement

  • MBA-BUS 599: Integrated Case Study



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55535, Pylaia
Thessaloniki, Greece
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P.O.Box 21021

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