Branch of Study
Management and Information Technologies

Degree programme: Information Technology, Master, 2-years
Abbreviation:MMI
Form of study: attended
Study Plans:
Ac. YearTitle
2009/2010IT - Master of Information Technologies and Economics
2010/2011IT - Master of Information Technologies and Economics
2011/2012IT - Master of Information Technologies and Economics
2012/2013IT - Master of Information Technologies and Economics
2013/2014IT - Master of Information Technologies and Economics
2014/2015IT - Master of Information Technologies and Economics for ac.y. 2014/15
2015/2016IT - Master of Information Technologies and Economics for ac.y. 2015/16
2015/2016IT - Master of Information Technologies and Economics for ac.y. 2015/16
2016/2017IT - Master of Information Technologies and Economics for ac.y. 2016/17
2016/2017IT - Master of Information Technologies and Economics for ac.y. 2016/17
2017/2018IT - Master of Information Technologies and Economics for ac.y. 2017/18
2017/2018IT - Master of Information Technologies and Economics for ac.y. 2017/18
2018/2019IT - Master of Information Technologies and Economics for ac.y. 2018/19 (new)
2018/2019IT - Master of Information Technologies and Economics for ac.y. 2018/19 (old)
The enlistment of the branch into a study program:

Management and Information Technologies (MIT) is instructed in Czech language only.
It is the branch of the Information Technology Follow-Up Master Study Program. It obeys the common rules, conditions and criteria, which are defined in detail in the common part of the accreditation documents of the study program and also by common regulation and directives of the Brno University of Technology, particularly those of the FIT BUT, as presented at internet addresses www.vutbr.cz and www.fit.vutbr.cz.

Study targets:

The education of specialists and managers focused on information technologies, programming, computer graphics and business administration.

Extent of the final state examinations:

The State Final Examination has two parts: A defence of the Master Thesis, and a discussion based on selected topics from the course "Management and Information Technologies" which is derived from compulsory courses of the MIT Branch of Study as Theoretical Computer Science, Mathematical Structures in Computer Science, Functional and Logic Programming, Parallel and Distributed Algorithms, Project Management, Image Processing, Economics of Information Products, Strategic Management of Information Systems, Marketing, Strategic Management, and Economics for Managers. The areas of possible questions must be approved by the Study Branch Council, and students will be informed about the selected topics at least 2 months before the state final examination is held in the particular academic year. The discussion will be held on two topics.

Alumnus profile:

  • "Management and Information technologies" is focused on training of future leaders and managers for IT businesses.
  • Students will be provided with a broad training in IT, marketing, project management and economics, with a focus on skills relevant to entrepreneurial and managerial activities.
  • These skills and knowledge may be executed in leading and managerial positions, technical positions in research and development, project management, industrial control supported by IT, planning an programming of information systems, technical services in import and export, and in all revenant fields of state owned and privately held businesses. The education builds upon theoretical prerequisites and enjoys a complex support in the form of computer tools.
Content and quantification of professional practice:

Not required.

Possible themes of final projects:
  • Efficiency of information system
  • Strategic planning of introducing a new software product on the market
  • Cost optimization of selected businesses
  • Evaluation of a financial health of a company
  • Strategic planning of company's development
  • Innovation of a marketing campaign for a current product
  • Prediction of progress in economy by using advanced statistical methods
  • Use of fuzzy logic for a prediction of capital market trends

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