Management

A field of study in social sciences which is taught as part-time and full-time, first-cycle (Bachelor) and second-cycle (Master) studies in the following specialisations:

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IT support for management + -
human resources management + -
business intelligence systems in management - +
intellectual capital management - +

 

Graduates will receive a diploma on a successful completion of higher education in the field of “Management” in a selected specialisation and a professional title of Bachelor (after completing first-cycle studies) or Master (after completing second-cycle studies). The purpose of the education process is to provide knowledge in the field of the sciences (especially ICT) and the humanities. Students will also have the possibility to acquire knowledge and experience in areas such as: negotiations, business plans, project and process management, public relations, management graphics, capital markets, and stock market operations. Young personnel develops skills in the field of management under risk and uncertainty, management under internationalisation, globalisation, and cultural difference conditions. Furthermore, students develop their skills in using modern information technology in management, and in particular in supporting managerial decisions under conditions of business functioning on a global scale, being a consequence of the transformation of the digital economy and the information society creation process.

First-cycle studies graduates
A first-cycle studies graduate is a highly-qualified specialist having the knowledge and practical skills necessary for work at companies and national administration bodies in accordance with their specialisation:

IT support for management – in the scope of capacity to use ICT technologies in the process of supporting management of modern organisations at positions such as: computer science service administrator and editor and adviser to the manager of companies that implement IT management systems.

Human resources management - in the scope of: legal regulations, creating efficient personnel systems, conducting personnel-related activities within the organisations on positions such as: recruitment, training, and employee assessment specialist.

Second-cycle studies graduates
A second-cycle studies graduate is a highly qualified specialist having the knowledge and skills in solving problems related to management in business and national administration entities, as well as in international organisations in the following specialisations:

Business intelligence systems in management – in the scope of implementation and business use of IT systems to support decision-making within organisations, in various managerial and specialist positions in companies, consulting firms, banks, insurance companies, and public administration institutions.

Intellectual capital management – in the field of effective management of HR processes within the organisation and knowledge management, i.a. as an intellectual capital manager (specialist) at consulting firms and in their own economic activity.