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Academic Programs of Hellenic American University

Not every university is the right choice for every student. But if you’re looking for an affordable quality American university education that takes account of the talents and needs of each individual student, Hellenic American University may be right for you.

If you also want to be taught by highly qualified faculty in seminar-style classes that encourage participation in learning, you will enjoy studying with us.

And if you want a university education that also helps you acquire the competencies, communication skills and professional certification that will enhance you career prospects, you will find that studying at Hellenic American University will be a truly rewarding experience—personally, intellectually and professionally.

Browse this section for information on:

Collections & Resources

Online Resources

The digital collection of the Library of the Hellenic American University is extensive and provides access to more than 250,000 e-books and more than 10,000,000 articles. Although the collection covers all academic disciplines, it focuses more on Business and Management, Languages and Linguistics, Teaching resources, and Psychology

Digital Books / Monographs

The American Library at Hellenic American University provides faculty and students with access to several collections of digital books: two large collections of academic titles in a broad range of fields – EBSCOHost eBook Academic Collection and eBrary. The Library also holds a subscription to PQDT (ProQuest Dissertations & Thesis Database), the world’s most comprehensive Theses and Dissertations database.

Periodicals Databases

The Library subscribes to a number of services that provide access to online periodicals databases. It also has direct subscriptions to a range of on-line journals. The following lists the periodicals databases to which the Library is subscribed, by subject area(s) and the subscription service. Clicking on the “Service” will bring you to the provider’s Search page.

  • EBSCO Host (a very large collection of resources in nearly all disciplines. See below for a list)
  • Emerald (Emerald Management Xtra)
  • Springer (Springer Computer Science Archives)
  • Science Direct Journals (Arts & Humanities)
Access

Only students, faculty and staff of the Hellenic American University may use the Library Resources. If you are an eligible user and wish to have remote access (that is, outside the University premises) to the resources, you should navigate to http://lib.hau.gr and provide your student/faculty credentials. These credentials (aka Labs account) have been given to you upon registration, along with your university email and Blackboard account.

In the username field, please enter: labs\username.

In the password field, please enter your password. Keep in mind that passwords are case sensitive.

For more detailed instructions on remote access, please refer to the Library handbook.

*The EBSCO Host collection is made up of the following databases:

Academic Search Complete, Business Source Complete, Regional Business News, Psychology & Behavioral Sciences, SocIndex, Educational Resource Information Center (ERIC), PsycINFO, PsycARTICLES, PsycCRITIQUES, PsycEXTRA, GreenFILE, Teacher Reference Center, European Views of the Americas: 1493 to 1750, Humanities International Complete, Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts (LISTA), International Bibliography of Theatre & Dance with Full Text).

Non-Degree Programs

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Academic Partnerships

Hellenic American University has established cooperative arrangements with institutions of higher education, professional associations and non-profit organizations. These cooperative efforts are established through Memoranda of Understanding and Memoranda of Agreement. Among the organizations with which the University has formalized its cooperation in this way are:

Academic Calendar

Regular University semesters run for 15 weeks. Classes that do not meet due to a holiday are rescheduled (following the end of the regular semester/term) to meet the University course contact requirements.

National holidays are observed according to the location of the campus.

FALL

2017

First Day of Classes (Continuing Students)

September 4

Labor Day (U.S.)

September 4

New Student Orientation

September 14-15

Final day to Add/Drop a course for full tuition refund (Continuing Students)

September 15

First Day of Classes (Freshmen Entering Class and Graduate Programs)

September 18

Final day to Add/Drop a course for full tuition refund (Freshmen Entering Class and Graduate Programs)

September 29

Columbus Day (U.S.)

October 9

National Day (Greece)

October 28 (SAT)

First Day of Classes (Minimester)

October 30

Final day to Add/Drop a course for full tuition refund (Minimester)

November 3

Community Meeting with the President (Convocation)

November 3

Veterans Day (U.S.)

November 11

Observed November 10

“Polytechneio “ Commemorative Day (Greece)

November 17

Thanksgiving Day (U.S.)

November 23

End of Regular Semester

December 15

Make-up (for October 28 holiday)

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Make-up (for November 17 holiday)

December 18

Winter Break December 21 - January 6

December 21 - January 7

WINTERIM

2018

First Day of Classes

January 8

Final day to Add/Drop a course for full tuition refund

For full refund students must drop the course by the end of the second session of the term

Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Birthday (U.S.)

January 15

End of Regular Term

January 26

Feast of Three Hierarchs  (Greece)

January 30

Make-up (Feast of Three Hierarchs holiday)

-

SPRING

2018

New Student Orientation

February 1-2

First Day of Classes

February 5

Final day to Add/Drop a course for full tuition refund

February 16

Presidents' Day  (U.S.)

February 19

Ash Monday (Greece)

February 19

Independence Day (Greece)

March 25 (SUN)

Spring Break

April 2-10

Labor Day (Greece)

May 1

End of Regular Semester

May 25

Make-up (for Ash Monday holiday)

May 29

Make-up (for Easter Monday holiday)

May 30

Make-up (for Easter Tuesday holiday)

May 31

Make-up (for March 25 holiday)

-

Make-up (for May 1 holiday)

June 1

Feast of the Holy Spirit (Greece)

May 28

Make-up (for Feast of the Holy Spirit holiday)

-

Memorial Day (U.S.)

May 28

Commencement

June 30

SUMMER I  

2018

Traveling Course (Walk Across Greece)

June 2 to June 9

First Day of Classes

June 11

Feast of the Holy Spirit (Greece)

-

Final day to Add/Drop a course for full tuition refund

For full refund students should drop the course by the end of the second session of the term

End of Regular Term

June 29

SUMMER II

2018

Traveling Course (Walk Across Greece)

June 30 to July 7

Independence Day (U.S.)

July 4

First Day of Classes

July 9

Final day to Add/Drop a course for full tuition refund

For full refund students should drop the course by the end of the second session of the term

End of Regular Term

July 27

 

*       National holidays are observed  according  to  the  location  of  the campus.

**      Regular University semesters run for 15 weeks.  Classes that do not meet for the prescribed period due to a holiday are rescheduled (following the end of the regular semester/term) to meet the University course contact requirements.

Faculty

The academic qualifications, teaching abilities, professional contributions, and research interests of our faculty enable the university to offer a globally-focused, inter-culturally informed, and career relevant learning experience to its students.

Business & Information Technology

Full and Part-time faculty

holds a Ph.D and a M.A in International Relations from Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, and a B. Sc in Accounting and Finance from the American College of Greece, Athens, Greece. He has served as adjunct faculty at Boston University and Northeastern University teaching courses on European Integration, European History, International Law and International Organizations. Following a brief rapport with the business sector working for Fidelity Investments, he joined the Cambridge Foundation for Peace, a non-profit public charity dedicated to sustainable peace building in Southeastern Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean. The Foundation, working from the vision that peace is an open ended process that requires the participation and cooperation of all sectors of society, concentrated its efforts on three principle areas: inter-cultural cooperation, democratization and economic development. As the Foundation’s Program Director he was responsible for two defining projects: Mass Media and Communal Pluralism in Kosovo: An Independent Newspaper for the Serb Minority, and Cyprus Media Net: Technology in the Service of Peace Building. At Hellenic American University he has been teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in the humanities and business. He currently serves as the Director of Student Affairs.

Research Interests: European integration, international law, and corporate global responsibility.
received the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science diploma of National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) at 2002 and the PhD of University of Piraeus at 2008. From 2002 to 2008 he worked as a research engineer in University of Piraeus in several international research projects. From October 2009 to 2013 he worked as a scientific assistant – professor at the Technical Educational Institution of Chalkida, Greece. From October 2013 he worked as a post – doc researcher and adjunct lecturer in Harokopion University of Athens (HUA). He has been teaching computer architecture, analog and digital circuits, computer networks, antennas and propagation algorithms, system analysis etc. Research interests include the design of wireless networks in the sense of developing novel and energy - aware applications. Based on the participation in numerous research and development efforts at an international (world-wide) level, he has been specialized in designing, developing and validating services and algorithms based on cooperative wireless networks and energy – aware systems, in the areas of intelligent transportation systems (ITS), Personal Area Network systems, and Energy – aware telecommunication applications. Member of IEEE and member of the Technical Chamber of Greece.

received his Ph.D. from the University of South Carolina,. Prior to joining HAUniv, he was Dean for the School of Aviation Sciences at Daniel Webster College, Nashua, NH, USA and professor of aviation management. Dr. Flouris has served in various faculty and administrative positions (graduate program director, department chair, as well as research institute director) in universities in New Zealand, US and Canada and has extensive experience in strategic planning and higher education administration. He is the author of six books, over two hundred refereed journal articles, book chapters, scholarly articles, and public reports. He is a certified professional pilot and flight instructor and holds concurrent appointments as research associate at the Mineta Transportation Institute, San Jose State University, California, as well as instructor for the International Air Transport Association. At Hellenic American University he is Provost & Chief Academic Officer.

Research Interests: Project Management, Sustainability Risk Management, Aviation Management, International Aviation Policy, Strategic Management.

holds a Ph.D. in Marketing from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, UK. He has extensive business experience that includes 26 years of working in marketing managerial positions in the Greek Insurance industry and in Greek and International capital markets. At Hellenic American University he has been a full-time faculty member since 2004, having served as Director of Marketing for three years and continues to serve on the Marketing and Student Affairs committees. He teaches courses in marketing, and management in both undergraduate and graduate business programs.

Research Interests: Relationship Marketing, HRM, Business Partnering, Social Marketing

received his Ph.D. in Airline Marketing from Cranfield University, UK. He also holds a M.Sc. in Airport Planning and Management from Loughborough University, a MSc in Air Transport from Cranfield University and a B.A. in Business Administration from the University of Luton. Prior to joining Hellenic American University, he was a Visiting Professor for International Marketing at the School of Aviation Sciences at Daniel Webster College, Nashua, New Hampshire in the U.S. Dr. Kalligiannis is also an aviation consultant and has played a key role in major and challenging projects of the global aviation industry, such as the Master Plan Development for the New Lisbon Airport; the Privatisation of the Portuguese airports; the Certification and Operational Readiness and Transfer for the New Larnaka Airport; the Capacity Assessment for the New Delhi Airport and other projects for major international airports (e.g. Athens International Airport, Johannesburg, etc). He is also the author of several journal articles in Marketing and Aviation. At Hellenic American University he is currently an Assistant Professor in the business programs, and also serves as the Coordinator of the PMBA program.

Research Interests: Branding, Marketing, Strategy Development, International Business, Aviation Management, Airports

 

Adjunct Faculty

 

 

 

 

 

Visiting Faculty

 

 

 

Arts & Sciences

Full-time, Part-time and Adjunct Faculty

 

 

Visiting Faculty

 

Hellenic American University Library

The Hellenic American University Library supports learning, teaching and research at the University. The great majority of the University’s library resources are online, including 250,000 digital books and subscriptions to major academic periodicals databases numbering 10,000,000 articles. The digital collection covers all academic disciplines, but it is particularly strong in the areas of Business and Management, Languages and Linguistics, Education and Psychology.

 

Collection & Resources

In this section you will also find a list of trusted, open access scientific databases.

Digital Books / Monographs

The American Library at Hellenic American University provides faculty and students with access to several collections of digital books: two large collections of academic titles in a broad range of fields – EBSCOHost eBook Academic Collection and eBrary. The Library also holds a subscription to PQDT (ProQuest Dissertations & Thesis Database), the world’s most comprehensive Theses and Dissertations database.

Access the digital Collections:

Periodicals Databases

The Library subscribes to a number of services that provide access to online periodicals databases. It also has direct subscriptions to a range of on-line journals. The following lists the periodicals databases to which the Library is subscribed, by subject area(s) and the subscription service. Clicking on the “Service” will bring you to the provider’s Search page.

  • EBSCO Host* (a very large collection of resources in nearly all disciplines. See below for a list)
  • Emerald* (Emerald Management Xtra)
  • Springer* (Springer Computer Science Archives)
  • EJS E-Journals* (EBSCO Electronic Journals Service) (note: these specific journals can only be accessed and used in house).
  • Science Direct* Journals (Arts & Humanities)
  • Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) lists free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals, covering all subjects and languages.
  • Social Science Research Network (SSRN) Social Science Research Network (SSRN) is a worldwide collaborative of over 285,700 authors and more than 1.7 million users that is devoted to the rapid worldwide dissemination of social science research.
  • Cogprints Leading electronic archive for self-archive papers in any area of psychology, neuroscience, and linguistics, and areas of computer science, philosophy, biology, the physical, social and mathematical sciences that are pertinent to the study of cognition.
  • SpringerOpen SpringerOpen is Springer's portfolio of fully open access journals and books, covering all areas of science. The entire content published with SpringerOpen is freely accessible online immediately upon publication. SpringerOpen views open access to research as essential in order to ensure the rapid and efficient communication of research findings.
  • Taylor & Francis Open and Routledge Open Taylor & Francis and Routledge currently publish a number of pure open access journals, with no subscription content. The articles in these journals receive both rigorous peer review and expedited online publication. Authors have the option of publishing their open access article under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) license, as mandated by some research funders.
  • Wiley Open Access Wiley Open Access is a program of fully open access journals. All research articles published in Wiley Open Access journals are immediately freely available to read, download and share. The fully open access journals are published in collaboration with authoritative journals and societies as well as supported by internationally renowned editorial board members.
Access

Only students, faculty and staff of the Hellenic American University may use the materials noted with an asterisk (*) (the rest are open access). If you are an eligible user and wish to have remote access (that is, outside the University premises) to the resources, you should navigate to http://lib.hau.gr and provide your student/faculty credentials. These credentials (aka Labs account) have been given to you upon registration, along with your university email and Blackboard account.

  • In the username field, please enter: labs\username
  • In the password field, please enter your password. Keep in mind that passwords are case sensitive.

For more detailed instructions on remote access, please refer to the Library handbook.

*The EBSCO Host collection is made up of the following databases:

Academic Search Complete, Business Source Complete, Regional Business News, Psychology & Behavioral Sciences, SocIndex, Educational Resource Information Center (ERIC), PsycINFO, PsycARTICLES, PsycCRITIQUES, PsycEXTRA, GreenFILE, Teacher Reference Center, European Views of the Americas: 1493 to 1750, Humanities International Complete, Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts (LISTA), International Bibliography of Theatre & Dance with Full Text).

Interlibrary Loan & Affiliations

The Library of Hellenic American University uses an Interlibrary Loan System to locate and obtain resources from libraries in the US and elsewhere. Resources that eligible users of the library may borrow through this system include articles, eBooks, dissertations, government documents and technical reports, all in electronic format.

Eligibility

Currently enrolled students, faculty, staff and alumni of Hellenic American University are eligible to request materials through Interlibrary Loan.

Procedures

1. To make an Interlibrary Loan request, first search our Databases to make sure that we don’t already have the material. We cannot process requests for items held locally.

2. Then fill out the appropriate form and email it to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  ⇒ ILL Articles form
  ⇒ ILL Books form

3. You will need to make a separate request form for different items you are requesting, and provide complete and accurate information to avoid delays in processing.

4. An interlibrary loan electronic transaction is usually completed within 3-5 days

5. The library will notify you via email when the material has arrived and all material will be delivered electronically.

6. The library will also notify you if the material you have requested is not available.

Material Types

Electronic books and journal articles are the most commonly requested interlibrary loan materials. However, the following types of materials cannot be supplied through ILL:

  • Archival materials
  • Rare or valuable materials
  • Films
  • Reference books
  • Conference papers
  • Audiovisual materials (videos, DVDs, CDs)
Copyright

The Library adheres to the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, United States Code, Sections 107 and 108), CONTU Guidelines, the Greek copyright law 2121/1993 and European guidelines. The Library reserves the right to refuse to fill a request if, in its judgment, doing so would violate copyright law. As is the case with all other Library services, patrons are expected to comply with copyright laws when using materials obtained through the Interlibrary Loan System.

Charges and Fees

There is no charge for using the ILL service; however, you might need to pay handling fees charged by the lending library. In case there are any handling fees, you will be asked to confirm that you want the Library to proceed with the request.

Restrictions

The Interlibrary Loan System supports learning, teaching, research, and scholarship at Hellenic American University and is thus available only to students, faculty and staff at these institutions. The Library reserves the right to review patron requests for interlibrary loan services and to decline such requests at the Library’s sole discretion.

Affiliations

The Library is a member of:

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