Examination and Evaluation

The Master’s courses in “Digital Applications and Innovation” cover the following target areas:

Area A: Expansion of scientific skills of students in modern analysis methodologies and technologies and adoption of information systems.

The courses focus on specialized subjects related to expanding students’ knowledge in adopting and utilising innovative IT applications. Emphasis is placed on modern information systems analysis techniques to align with the business processes and strategies of the networked enterprise, new forms of big data analysis coming from inside or outside the organization, as well as modern security and privacy technologies for web application development. The courses that support this axis are shown below:

  • Informational Systems and Business Processes
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Applications and Security Policies and Privacy on the Internet
  • Intelligent Humanitarian Data Management Technologies

Area B: Ability to develop and manage innovation related to e-entrepreneurship.

The second axis focuses on the development of students’ skills regarding the adoption and management of innovative information systems based on online platforms. International practice documents the strategic importance of the internet for the development and delivery of innovative technological business models. Therefore, the subjects supporting this axis focus on methodologies and practices for developing innovative IT applications that exploit mobile/wireless networks and the internet, as well as acquiring skills in changing existing ones and identifying new business models in the field of e-business. The courses that support this axis are shown below:

  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Digital Economy
  • Mobile Computing and Applications
  • Collaborative Applications

Area C: Expertise in the use of digital technologies in vertical fields of applications related to critical sectors of the development of the Greek economy.

The third axis focuses on the specialization of students’ knowledge and their ability to use modern computing tools in specific disciplines. These branches concern key areas of development of the Greek economy, in which the students may either already be employed or wish to enter in the future. The exploitation of digital technologies in these industries has created a need for a set of new specialties, which are related to digital tourism, virtual cultural tours, intelligent agriculture, educational robotics and bioinformatics. The courses that support this axis are shown below:

  • Computing Tools in Education
  • Digital Applications for Agriculture and the Environment
  • Cultural and Tourist Product Promotion Tools
  • Biomedical Informatics
  • Robotics and Programming