Master of Science | Language of instruction: English
This field of study follows the current large shift from the traditional paradigm of IT design to IT as a service and from product-oriented economy to service-oriented one. Problems and tasks in IT are becoming more complex and the knowledge of IT technology is not sufficient for solving them. A multidisciplinary view is the core of this field of study. Students will gain not only sound IT knowledge (programming, databases, computer security, networks, etc.), but also the skills necessary to understand problems in their complexity (marketing, management, finance or law) as well as necessary communication competencies. A unique part of the study program is an Interim project, where students apply their knowledge obtained in their courses to real-life problems.
Master's degree programme (following the Bachelor's one), full-time, single-subject, study field code 1802T031, accredited to 2019/08/31.
Credit study system at MU brings considerable flexibility in choosing courses and passing the study. Unlike other schools of informatics, students at FI can enroll courses from other faculties and expand their skills.
You can change field during studies. To successfully finish studies, student have to fulfil requirements of newly selected field of study.
Diploma Supplement in compliance with EU regulations guarantees recognition of master's degree abroad.
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At the end of this course, students should be able to distinguish between good and poor project management practice; understand most used PM standards and PM best practices; use the principles of selected PM techniques…
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An introduction to essentials of Business Process Management (BPM) and Service-oriented Architecture. BPM is a complex discipline on the edge of Management and Information System development. Students will get familiar with most important concepts…
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Graduates can usually enter junior manager positions or work on design and development of service systems or on their innovations. They can use their experience in positions that require fast orientation in problems of multidisciplinary nature and co-create values between a customer and an IT service provider.
SSME graduates can usually get a junior management positions, work on the development of service-oriented systems, or work on positions that require quick orientation not only in ICT issues.
Outstanding graduates can continue their doctoral studies at FI.
FI graduates are highly appreciated by the employers. Gross starting salary is over 45 000 Kč.
Pre študentov je interim project jedinečná šanca uvidieť reálny chod firmy a zistiť, ako teória z prednášok funguje v skutočnom svete IT. Pre mňa osobne bol môj interim project veľkou skúsenosťou, ktorá mi pomohla rozhodnúť sa, ktorým smerom rozvíjať svoju profesnú budúcnosť.
Naopak, z pohľadu firmy je interim project skvelou možnosťou ako spoznať študentov, ktorí majú nielen programátorské znalosti, ale vynikajú v soft skills, projektovom riadení či marketingu. Vďaka tomuto širokému prehľadu skvele zapadnú na pozície, ktoré nie sú čisto technické, ale vyžadujú presah do ďalších oblastí, napr. na pozíciu Product Ownera či ScrumMastera.
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The Laboratory is focused on the phenomenon of Smart City. In particular, we study possible architecture of systems for Smart City and its structure from the services point of view. As the main research topic we analyze the value in use of smart services for the different stakeholders, the role of ICT in smart services, and ways of optimizing its contribution. We aim at developing new ways of designing, deploying and provisioning of the complex smart services. Their particular implementation is prepared in cooperation with municipalities within the Czech Republic (and other EU countries) and also with innovative IT companies.
Note: At FI, laboratories and research groups aren´t organized in a way that would correspond to a particular study programme. Various topics are intertwined and research responds to the development of informatics.
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