Company management

Company management

Specialty

First cycle

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Company management specialisation at UEM (WSEiZ) in Warsaw – why is it worth it?

Why is it worth it?

FOR WHOM WAS COMPANY MANAGEMENT SPECIALISATION CREATED?
We have created this specialisation for people who are interested in managerial aspects of the production and service process and who tie their future with management functions.

PRACTICAL ASPECT OF THE PROFESSION
As a Company management graduate you will understand marketing processes resulting from market analysis. You will also learn methods to reduce the impact of production process on the environment. You will learn how to manage human resources and control technical equipment, raw material or product streams.

PROSPECTIVE EDUCATION
At UEM we focus on a unique combination of technical, economic and environmental knowledge, so you will gain valuable knowledge, especially for the small and medium-sized enterprise sector.

Subjects

Subjects

The curriculum of the 3,5 year full-time (daily) and part-time (extramural) fist degree programme (engineer’s degree) in Management and Production Engineering includes the following subjects (during part-time studies, some subjects might be taught in other semesters). Some subjects are taught during 2 semesters:

SPECIALITY SUBJECTS (compulsory)

Marketing research

Atmosphere protection

Wastewater treatment

Organisation of production processes

Market analysis

Electrical engineering and electronics

Project financing from EU funds

Basics of waste management

Human resources management

Diploma seminar

BASIC AND SPECIFIC SUBJECTS FOR MANAGEMENT AND PRODUCTION ENGINEERING (compulsory)

Ecology

English language

Mathematics

Materials science

Microeconomics

Basics of management

Logistics

Macroeconomics

Basics of marketing

Information technology

Strength of materials

Workplace safety and ergonomics

Corporate finance

Physics

Engineering graphics

Statistics

Database

Economic law

Engineering design

Quality management

Production and service management

Operational research

Metrology

Computer networks and Internet techniques

Cax systems

Environmental management

Automation and robotisation of production

Process engineering

Consultation and writing the diploma thesis

Fluid mechanics

Professional practice

Computer programming

Cost accounting

Accountancy

IT systems in production management

Modelling of production processes

Production processes