Lila

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Τ.Ε.Ι. ΑΘΗΝΑΣ
Σ.ΤΕ.ΤΡΟ.∆.
ΤΜΗΜΑ ΤΕΧΝΟΛΟΓΙΑΣ ΤΡΟΦΙΜΩΝ (Χειµερινό εξάµηνο 2014 – 2015)
ΕΞΑΜΗΝΟ Α
ΩΡΑ

∆ΕΥΤΕΡΑ

8-9
9-10

Γενική
Χηµεία,
(Ε/A) Α1

10-11
11-12

Γενική
Χηµεία,
(Ε/A) Α2

ΤΡΙΤΗ
Πληρο
φορ. Ι,
(ΕH/Y)
A3
Πληροφ
ορική Ι,
(ΕH/Y)
Α4

Φυσική
(Ε) Α2

Φυσική
(Ε) Α3

ΤΕΤΑΡΤΗ

ΠΕΜΠΤΗ

Γενική Χηµεία,
(Ε/A) Α4

Γενική Χηµεία,
(Θ) 134

Πληροφορ.Ι,
(ΕH/Y) Α1

Γενική Χηµεία,
(Ε/A) Α5

Βιολογία
(Θ) 124

12-13
13-14

14-15
15-16

16-17

Γενική
Χηµεία,
(Ε/A) ΑM2

Αριθµός έγκρισης Προγράµµατος: 8/18.02.2009

Γενικ.
Χηµ.Ε
/A Α3

Πλη ροφ.Ι, ΕΗ/Υ
Α5
Πλη ροφ. Ι
ΕΗ/Υ
Α6

ΠΑΡΑΣΚΕΥΗ
Γενική Χηµεία,
(Ε/A) ΑΜ1

Πληροφορ.Ι,
(ΕH/Y) Α2

8-9
9-10

Φυσική,
(Θ)134

Πληροφ
Φυσική,
ορική Ι,
(Ε) ΑΜ
(ΕH/Y)
ΑM
Πληροφορική Ι ,
(Θ) 124

ΩΡΑ

Φυσική,
(Ε/1)Α1

10-11
11-12

Φυσική,
(Ε/2) Α4

12-13
13-14

Γενικές Αρχές
Οικονοµικής
Επιστήµης, (Θ) 134
Eισαγωγή στην
Επιστήµη &
Τεχνολογία
Τροφίµων,
(Θ) 134

14-15
15-16

Μαθηµατικά Ι,
(Θ) 134

16-17

17-18
17-18
18-19
18-19
19-20
19-20
(Ε): Εργαστήριο, (Θ): Θεωρία, 124: Αίθουσα ∆ιδασκαλίας 1 (1ος όροφος, κτίριο Κ11, Ε H/Υ: Εργαστήριο Η/Υ (1ος όροφος, κτίριο Κ11, (Ε/Α): Εργαστήριο/Χηµείο Α (ισόγειο, κτίριο Κ11) 134:
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Τ.Ε.Ι.. ΑΘΗΝΑΣ
Σ.ΤΕ.ΤΡΟ.∆.
ΤΜΗΜΑ ΤΕΧΝΟΛΟΓΙΑΣ ΤΡΟΦΙΜΩΝ (Χειµερινό εξάµηνο 2014 – 2015)
ΕΞΑΜΗΝΟ Γ
ΩΡΑ
8-9
9-10
10-11
11-12
12-13

∆ΕΥΤΕΡΑ
Βιοχηµεία
,
(Θ) 134

Μικροβ.
Τροφ ΙΙ,
(Ε) Γ4/Γ3

Μικροβ.
Τροφ. ΙΙ,
(Ε) Γ5/Γ6

Μικροβ.
Τροφ . ΙΙ,
(Ε)
Γ1/Γ2

Οργάνωση & ∆ιοίκηση
Επιχειρ. Τροφίµων, (Θ)
124

Εφαρµ.
Στατιστ.
στην
Τεχνολ.α
Τροφ.
(Θ) 134

13-14
14-15
15-16

ΤΡΙΤΗ
Μικροβ.
Τροφ. ΙΙ,
(Ε)ΓM1/Γ
M2

Βιοχηµεία,
(Θ) 134

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