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Management of software systems and services

The curriculum develops a unique competency profile of the student based on knowledge transfer from multiple circuits that are relevant to the management of the development of software systems and services as well as cyber security management. A specific feature is the focus on strategic and operational management related to the targeting, design, implementation and operation of software systems and services within the context of organizations and various types with a possible focus on their safe operation or IT services. In addition to developing basic theoretical and technological knowledge and practical developmental skills acquired in the bachelor's study, the content of the follow-up study is extended by other dimensions such as the theories and practices of team, project and process management, communication, softskills and knowledge essential to functioning in economic relationships - , rights and others.

Application to study (until 30 April)
Admissions Guide

Language of instruction Czech / English
Form full-time
Study time 2 years
Graduates
Graduate profile

Graduates find employment in companies and organizations of varying degrees and sizes but also receive motivation and the possibility of basic preparation for their own innovative business. A significant competitive advantage for program graduates is the ability to solve complex management-related problems through the development of systems and services for which they can use their acquired skills. Their potential is predestined to hold executive positions, such as the Chief Information Officer (CIO), project manager, and risk manager.

Graduates of cyber security specialization will find their place in companies and institutions that need specialists capable of working with relevant coordinating institutions and ensuring the management of cyber-security processes. These are positions as a cyber security manager and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO).

Where after this study?
Graduate application research

FI graduates are valued in practice, with an average gross starting fee of more than CZK 45,000, according to a survey of all stages of study in 2015. More

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Study catalog

In the study catalog you will find the lists of compulsory and compulsory elective courses and the recommended study passage.

Study catalog

Practice

Practice is an obligatory part of the study program of about 600 hours.

Specialization

Specializations are study plans that provide conditions for completion, such as compulsory subjects.

Cyber security management

The Cyber Security Management specialization takes into account aspects of computer data overlapping beyond well-defined system perimeters (eg critical infrastructure impact), reflected in the area of cyber security and allowing a specific multidisciplinary overlap of both technical and social and legal aspects of cyber security.

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Management of service development

The specialization follows the current large shift from the traditional paradigm of IT design to IT as a service and from a product-oriented economy to service-oriented. IT problems and challenges become more complex and IT knowledge is not sufficient to address them. A multidisciplinary view is the core of this specialization. Students will acquire not only good IT skills (programming, databases, computer security, networks, etc.) but also the skills needed to understand problems in their complexity (marketing, management, finance or law) and the necessary communication skills.

SSME

Management of software systems development

Specialization is focused on software engineering, ie to acquire the knowledge and skills needed at all stages of development, administration and modification of information systems and other large software systems. Emphasis is placed on the knowledge needed to analyze and specify system requirements, system design and implementation and deployment.

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