Subject: Master Thesis (09 - NITZR)

Basic Information

Scientific or art field:Production Systems, Organization and Management
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Course specification

Course is active from 01.10.2009..

The objective of writing and defending the Master Thesis is to have the student demonstrate independent and creative approach in application of theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the future engineering management practice by processing a practical, scientifically oriented problem and by defending it.
By writing and defense of the Master-Thesis students are able to perceive the needs of the enterprise in all its processes, to design solutions, to manage those processes and the enterprise in general, and to solve real practical problems existing in the practice, as well as to continue education at the higher levels of study. The graduated industrial engineer competencies are the development of the critical thinking, problem analysis, synthesis and solution design and making real time decisions using the scientific methods and procedures; ability to apply knowledge and skills in solving problems in a new or unknown field in the wider or multidisciplinary fields within the educational-scientific field of study; ability to solve complex problems and to reason based on the available information about social and ethical responsibilities in applying knowledge and skills and ability to clearly transfer knowledge to professional and wider public.
It is designed individually for each student in accordance with the field-study group where the student studied. In that sense, Master thesis at the study programme Industrial Management can be written and don in the following fields-modules: 1) Intelligent operating systems, 2) Working process automation, 3) Information-communication systems and 4) Quality and logistics.
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Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Oral part of the examNoYes100.00
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