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Teaching in practice

Theory in practice

Employers now more than ever demand general knowledge and understanding of the broader context of the tasks as well as communication skills and teamwork compatibility. We provide our students practical knowledge both about the technologies and users to realize the purpose of the tasks.

Project oriented

Our teaching activities are highly project oriented. During the semester we focus on client simulations containing ongoing consultations, deadline catching etc. The courses deal with Business Process Management, Corporate Performance Management and Enterprise Content Management.

Team projects

Our technically oriented university does not have a long tradition in techniques, that are found by our alumni as crucial in real world. They appreciate we provide them the knowledge such as the organization environment overview, best-practices, management techniques, soft-skills and other important teamwork skills.

250 students annually

Our INS, PIS and TIS courses are attended by 250 students in average each year. Among of them cca. 70 continue in optional courses CPM and ISP which are supported by IBM. We are allowed to use their software and have an opportunity to obtain a certificate. We lead 40 student theses each year.

Academic certificates

Students have an opportunity to obtain academic certificates signed by the IBM director, FEE CTU dean and the teacher in CPM and ISP courses. In order to obtain the certificate, students need to prove appropriate knowledge in the field of knowledge. Only 10 % of students do not manage to obtain the certificate (while completing the course) and only 10 % do not complete the course at all.

Experience from practice

Thanks to our previous business experience we understand what our alumni lack and what they are expected to in the business world. That is why we rely on strong external partners. We convinced them to actively participate in lectures or practical exercises.

Our courses

Corporate Performance Management
(CPM)

The course content goes beyond the conventional business intelligence courses which often focus only on understanding various events by reporting and analysis. Students are introduced to the corporate performance management techniques which answer not only the question “why is that happening?”, but also “what should we do?”. We use modelling, planning, forecasting and what-if analysis to get information about various situations.

Information Systems and Process Management
(ISP)

The course is an introduction to business process management (BPM) with the emphasis on the first part of the lifecycle. The core is to let students understand the issue, express the information by a process, map it to concrete technology and simulate its behavior. BPM acts as a bridge between technical and business view. Implementing of BPM is a first and vital step to develop SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) and linking various systems, technologies and optimization corporate resources’ usage. In fact, the technological point of view is extended by analytical, business and management approach.

Information Systems
(INS)

Information, how it is stored and processed based on its type. Information systems technology and its usage considering the context. Corporate processes and implementation of the system as a project. Implementation, methodology, implementational and postimplementational phase of information system deployment. Law issues mainly linked to implementation of the systems in the state sector. Preview of the information systems according to client’s size and the field of usage.

Industrial Information Systems
(PIS)

Students are introduced to information support to industrial systems managed and integrated with computing systems. They think about the requirements for these systems. The course deals with infrastructure support, creation of the production system and corporate models, data workflow within those models, functional models and tools for modeling non-functional aspects of these systems. Particularly in terms of stability, capacity planning, security and quality assurance.

Information Systems Design
(TIS)

Students are introduced to practical terms in realization of the information systems. By completing the course, student obtains the link between the typical clients’ needs and technical knowledge - programming languages, databases, graphical interface etc. The knowledge provided in this course are helpful in information systems project management as well as in being the basic knowledge for choosing the right problem solution (including technology), supplier and also the supervision on the information system delivery.