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Faculty Faculty of Economics (FEK)
Study programme Systems Engineering and Informatics (N6209)
Branch of study Information Systems Management (6209T015/0 - 2013)
Level of acquired qualification Postgraduate Master
Form of study Full-time
Standard length of study 2 years
Number of ECTS credits 120
Qualification awarded Engineer (Ing.)
Access to further studies Doctoral study programme  
Type of completion State Final Exam
Study and Examination Code URL
Faculty coordinator for international students
Kutáčová Ivana, Mgr.
Email: ikutacov@sma.zcu.cz
Phone: +420 377 633 409
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Key learning outcomes The graduate has wide knowledge that helps him/her orientate, both practically and theoretically, in basic topics of market economy and the development of information technologies. He/she is able to formulate, promote and manage issues connected with information management on the level of company and organization management. He/she is able to play an active role in managing business activities in companies and institutions trading in information systems and technologies. The graduate in the above field proves specialist knowledge in the field of economic theories, business economics and management and basics of other special economic disciplines. Extended knowledge has been achieved in the field of information systems, artificial intelligence, database systems modelling and the like. Here he/she is, thanks to the achieved knowledge and experience, ready for competent operation in the real world in accordance with the requirements of modern information management. The graduate has gained necessary skills in the ICT field and is able to communicate in one world language competently (B2 level). The graduate is able to analyze problems, solve them in a creative way and present outputs of his/her work. He/she is ready to work responsibly and solve problems both in a team and autonomously. He/she is well equipped for future lifelong education. The graduate of the follow up master study programme is equipped with the necessary skills enabling him/her to function on the top executive level in companies specializing in design, implementation and operation of information systems and information technologies, and in businesses and institutions trading in information systems and technologies.
Specific admission requirements Stipulated grade average at university or passing an entrance examination
Specific provisions for recognition of prior learning General Rules for the Recognition of Previous Studies
Qualification requirements and regulations 120 ECTS credits, Diploma Thesis, Final State Examination
Profile of the programme This study programme is designed as an academic one. It consists of blocks of theoretical courses dealing with the field of economics, mathematics, software engineering, management, finance. It comprises courses focusing on exploiting theoretical background in practice that the graduate can apply in various positions, for example manager in the field of ICT in companies. At the same time, it includes a possibility to study foreign languages. The programme also includes practical training. The graduate is equipped with the necessary skills enabling them to apply for managerial positions in the field of ICT in companies and non-profit organizations. In addition, this study programme is designed to equip the future graduate with theoretical background and skills necessary for study in a follow-up doctoral study programme in a related field of study.
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples Manager for company information systems. Specialist for operation of information systems and information technologies.
Branch of study guarantor Plevný Miroslav, Doc. Dr. Ing.
Course list by year of study and semester
1. year 2. year Undetermined year
Winter Summer Winter Summer Winter Summer
KMA/M3E (4)
KPM/SMP (8)
KEM/EKAP (7)
KEM/EME (5)
KFU/MUC (5)
Sum of ECTS credits
for compulsory courses 29
From the following group of courses and from the list of optional courses student has to register for sufficient number of courses so that the sum of their ECTS credits is 1
KMO/NGK (3)
KGE/ÚP (5)
KTS/TV (1)
KMO/ELM (3)
KPM/PPM (5)
KIV/DB2 (6)
KIV/ZSWI (6)
KMA/SDR (2)
KEM/ADM (8)
Sum of ECTS credits
for compulsory courses 27
From the following group of courses and from the list of optional courses student has to register for sufficient number of courses so that the sum of their ECTS credits is 3
KPM/NPO (3)
KGE/URZ (5)
KIV/ZIM (4)
KIV/PIA (6)
KEM/PP (5)
KEM/ZAKT (4)
KKY/UI (6)
Sum of ECTS credits
for compulsory courses 25
From the following group of courses and from the list of optional courses student has to register for sufficient number of courses so that the sum of their ECTS credits is 5
KMA/MME (4)
KEM/KF (5)
KIV/PSDS (2)
KPM/KIM (5)
KPM/PKV (6)
KEM/FDE (5)
KEM/SZIM (0)
KPM/APP (5)
KIV/SI (6)
KEM/DS (13)
Sum of ECTS credits
for compulsory courses 24
From the following group of courses and from the list of optional courses student has to register for sufficient number of courses so that the sum of their ECTS credits is 6
KGE/EGIS (4)
KKY/SM (4)
KMO/SOS (3)
KPM/POD (3)
KEM/EKN (5)
KPM/IB (3)
KMO/MANS (3)
KGE/EU (2)
KGE/RPRZ (3)
KEM/AREMU (3)
Sum of ECTS credits
for compulsory courses 0
Student chooses optional courses so that the number of ECTS credits for optional courses totals: 30.
Sum of ECTS credits
for compulsory courses 0
From the following group of courses and from the list of optional courses student has to register for sufficient number of courses so that the sum of their ECTS credits is 30
KEM/APMO (5)
KPM/AIB (4)
Total 60 credits Total 60 credits Total 60 credits
Total 120 credits