Second-cycle degree programs integrate knowledge in the fields of management, quality and technical sciences. The curriculum ensures a high quality of education and is designed to meet the needs of the environment.
Selected curriculum components in particular specializations are aimed to:
Student education is based on international and national standards that develops the skills to apply knowledge, independently acquire and select information, conduct research and development projects, work in a group, organize and manage group work as well as to persuade, negotiate, communicate, and make presentations with the aid of modern multimedia.
Classes are taught by qualified and experienced academic staff whose research is closely related to business practice, while students are involved in the implementation of research conducted at the university related to the transfer of modern knowledge and joint scientific publications of an interdisciplinary character. The presented educational offer has been discussed with external and internal stakeholders in accordance with the policy for the quality of education adopted by TUL.
Students gain knowledge in the area of:
Graduates are prepared to work in various production departments. They have the competencies required to participate in carrying out and implementing research and development works, especially those related to technological and organizational innovation. They are prepared to analyze different data sets used in the evaluation of manufacturing, logistic and quality processes. In addition, they are able to manage work teams. They will successfully run their own production, service or commercial company.
Graduates are able to pursue third cycle studies, plan the research process on their own, select appropriate methods and tools for the analysis and evaluation of production systems. Based on their analyses and conclusions, they are able to formulate directions for further action and innovative solutions for the examined processes.