The Sectoral Management Master's program prepares highly-skilled professionals for mid- and top-level management positions in industry, industrial policy, innovation policy, commercial policy and finance, while allowing further pursuit of academic and research careers through PhD programs.
The program offers education in two majors: Innovation Project Management, and Chemical Industry. A third major, Sustainability Management, is under preparation.
In the Innovation Project Management major, students have an opportunity to gain more specific proficiency in Financial Management, Project Management, Process Management or Logistics & Supply Chain Management.
The Chemical Industry major is aimed at students who seek more technical expertise particularly relevant for positions in the chemical, food-processing, fuels, rubber or environmental protection industries. This major is particularly suitable for graduates in technical disciplines or life sciences.
Enter the Master's degree program with a Bachelor's qualification and adequate proficiency in Applied Mathematics and English, and graduate upon gaining 120 ECTS credits, passing final exams and defending a Master's Thesis in two years.
Take a curriculum giving you a robust post-graduate education in subjects including Economics, Project Management, Strategic Management, Financial Management, Marketing, with an extension in industrial Projects and Innovations, as well as an offer in electives completing your professional profile. Select a concentration at entry to gain in-depth expertise in a field of your choice.
Accordingly, students will be able to gain more proficiency in one of the following areas in high demand by the professional labor market: Financial Management, Project Management, Process Management, and Logistics & Supply Chain Management.
Moreover, they will be able to pursue their individual objectives by obtaining professional certificates, going abroad for study stays and internships, or taking part in research projects and conferences.
Kindly note that the Logistics & Supply Chain Management concentration has a slightly different structure of classes, based on recommendations of the European Logistics Association (ELA). Details are available on demand.
Take a curriculum giving you a robust post-graduate education in subjects including Economics, Project Management, Strategic Management, Financial Management, Marketing, with an extension in Industrial Chemistry and Product Ecology, as well as a number of technical electives relevant for your major, completing your professional profile.
Moreover, students will get industry practice and will be encouraged to pursue their individual objectives by obtaining professional certificates, going abroad for study stays and internships, or taking part in research projects and conferences.
For more details on the listed topics, as well as other Thesis options, kindly contact the International Programs Assistant, or any of the instructors in person.
Prof. Zuzana Dvořáková PhD
Design and Implementation of HR Strategy
Prof. Stanislava Grosová PhD
Customer Relationship Management
Prof. Tomáš Hudeček PhD
Prof. Michal Pilík PhD
Efficient E-marketing Strategy
Affiliate Marketing Project
Project of Marketing Communication Campaign
Project of Social Networks Usage for Marketing Purposes
Application Project of Electronic Marketing Forms
Prof. Vít Pošta PhD
Business Environment Analysis
Prof. Oto Potluka PhD
Contrafactoral Impact Evaluation
Role of NGOs in Society and Economy
Prof. Jiří Strouhal PhD
Design and Implementation of Financial Strategy
Prof. Markéta Šumpíková PhD
Impact Analysis of Investment Incentives
Prof. Lenka Švecová PhD
Implementation of Information System
Product and Process Innovation Management
Strategic Business Development
Prof. Emil Vacík PhD
Strategic Business Development
Prof. Jan Vlachý PhD
Product Life Cycle Cost Analysis
Business Case Assessment under Uncertainty
Financial Risk Analysis and Hedging Strategy
Managing the Risks of COVID-19 Crisis Impacts on Supply Chains
Marek Botek PhD
Methods of Employees’ Evaluation
Dagmar Čámská PhD
Value Assessment of an Innovation Company or Project
Jiří Kaiser PhD
Business Process Optimization
Software Development for Business process Support
Information System Design
Jana Krajčová PhD MA
Using Statistical Methods in Corporate Management
Petra Králová PhD
Olga Kutnohorská PhD
Robin Maialeh PhD
Agent-based and Dynamic Models in Economics
Financial Market and the Real Economy
Iveta Němečková PhD
Foreign Market Entry
Petr Štěpánek PhD
Impacts of Industry 4.0
Innovation Processes in Industrial Design
Jan Vašek MSc
Procurement and Supply Chain Management
Strategic Management and Planning
Innovation Management in Companies
Pavla Vozárová PhD MA
Econometric Methods in Business Environment Analysis
2023-2024 (Degree Programs in English)
|Enrolment for 1st year students
|03.07.2023 - 06.10.2023
|11.09.2023 - 15.09.2023
|18.09.2023 - 09.02.2024
|18.09.2023 - 09.02.2024
|23.12.2023 - 01.01.2024
|02.01.2024 - 09.02.2024
|12.02.2024 - 08.09.2024
|12.02.2024 - 17.05.2024
|20.05.2024 - 28.06.2024
|26.08.2024 - 30.09.2024
|29.06.2024 - 25.08.2024
|Entry exams for 2024 intake
|15.01.2024 - 02.09.2024
Students registering for studies commencing in Fall 2023 are expected to be eligible for CZK 90,000 (i.e. approx. EUR 3,700) tution per year.
For more specific information on the program, including tution terms, kindly contact our Admission Officers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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