Engineering Management, MSc

The aim of the program is to train professionals, having a technical management or engineering degree, who are equipped with scientific, engineering, informatics, economics and organisational knowledge and with a good command of a foreign language and skills to be able to manage complex engineering-economics tasks, plan and implement technical and economic processes and evaluate the results furthermore to prosecute developing economic and organisational knowledge on Ph.D. training.

In possession of an MSc degree engineering managers will be capable of:

– putting the acquired theoretical knowledge into practice and applying problem solving skills;

– reviewing production and service processes from different perspectives such as engineering, economic, human and social perspectives and facilitating communication among the representatives of the different fields of expertise;

– planning and implementing business plans;

– preparing tasks to facilitate engineering and economic decision making procedures and making decisions

– evaluating procedures, making judgments, forming opinions, making decisions and drawing the necessary conclusions;

– quality management of production systems and technologies;

– improving quality and efficiency indicators.

Course structure: 

– Basics of Natural Sciences: 30 credits

Quantitative Methods, Mechanics for Managers, Results and Applications of Modern Physics, Basics of Nanotechnology, Ecological Planning, Econometrics,

– Economics and Humanities20 credits

Organizational Development, Economic Law, Leadership Competence Development, Leadership Accountancy,

– Professional Studies30 credits

Engineering Technological Elements, Advanced Quality Management., Risk and Reliability, Integrated Informatics Systems Control

– Optional subjects10 credits

– Thesis30 credits

Final exam: 

– Defending the Diploma Work (oral presentation and discussion)

– Exam from two subjects chosen by the student

1. Integrated Technical subject topics: Engineering Technological Knowledge; a subject from Module I. and a subject from Module II.

2. Integrated Management subject topics: Operating Integrated Informatics Systems, Advanced Quality Management; Leadership Competence Development; Production and Service Management