The course presents the ways in which via through humans produce and hear speech. It introduces students to anatomy and physiology of speech, the articulatory, acoustic and auditory or perceptual phonetics. It also provides the foundations of phonological analysis by studying speech as a purposeful human activity. Although examples are drawn from different languages, the subject matter of the course is the phonetics and phonology of English.

This course aims to offer a sound, workable and contemporary process-based approach to writing that blends traditional organization and terminology with current findings in composition to help university students deal with academic writing. 

This course is aimed at providing students with the language knowledge essential for comprehending the specific language and vocabulary within the filed of Health Sciences.  The course covers all four language skills with particular emphasis on the development of all four language skills

Το μάθημα εστιάζεται και εξηγεί τις θεμελιώδεις έννοιες και την ορολογία στον κλάδο της γλωσσολογίας και μελέτης της γλώσσας. Παρουσιάζει στον φοιτητή/ στη φοιτήτρια το ευρύ φάσμα της γλωσσολογίας όπως τους κλάδους της φωνητικής και φωνολογίας, σημασιολογίας, πραγματολογίας, σύνταξης και μορφολογίας, ψυχογλωσσολογίας, κοινωνιογλωσσολογίας κ.ά. Παρουσιάζονται διαγλωσσικά παραδείγματα αλλά κυρίως έμφαση δίνεται στην ελληνική και αγγλική γλώσσα. Γίνεται αναφορά σε θεωρητικά θέματα γλωσσικής ικανότητας όπως επίσης και σε θέματα γενετικής και παγκόσμιας γραμματικής. Αυτό επιτρέπει τη διαγλωσσική σύγκριση και την μελέτη των κοινών και διαφορετικών στοιχείων της γλώσσας (δομική, λειτουργική) που χαρακτηρίζουν τις ανθρώπινες γλώσσες.

The aim of the course is to help business students transition from academic to professional/business writing.  The course focuses on the practice and study of selected types of discourse employed in professional business situations and helps prepare students for different kinds of communication they will encounter in their professional lives. The course equips students to utilize various strategies and organizational techniques in the writing process in a business context and to develop collaborative communication and writing skills on business topics.

Provide learners with instruction that is cognitively and communicatively enabling. The focus is on assisting students to understand and reflect on dyadic, small group and public aspects of human communication; students thereby explore and expand their thinking potential as well as well as communication competency.

The course explores the sociology of sport.  It gives the student an understanding of  the relationship between sport and society and of the dimensions of sport as entertainment, business, profession, and social institution. The student will also learn about the inequalities between the various sports, members of the sports hierarchy, and audiences, as well as spectator violence.