Programmes and Fields of Study


Building Construction – Bachelor’s Degree (Bc.)

The concept for the field of study Building Construction is that of a professionally oriented discipline that prepares students mainly for business practice. The objective is to prepare experts for middle-level management positions and for activities relating to the improvement of the reliability, durability and functional perfection of buildings, as well as the application of modern approaches to the prevention of construction defects and failures. Particular attention is paid to insulation and the reconstruction of buildings, which are topical issues and dynamically evolving areas of civil engineering.


Business Administration – Bachelor’s Degree (Bc.)

Business Administration is offered as a full-time study. The programme focuses on the economics and management of the individual functions of a business. In addition to providing basic theoretical knowledge in economics, business economics and management, marketing, financial management, accountancy, business activities management and other vocational subjects, it also provides students with the opportunity to acquire pratical knowledge during seminars on these subjects.



Logistics Technologies – Master’s Degree (Ing.)

Logistics is an important business sector. Its requirements and impacts on the efficiency of the society, and thus on the living standards, are enormous. Logistics is a tool which could be effectively used to acquire competitive advantage and its importance is recognized all over the world. In this context, it is possible to see the increased demands on experts in the Czech Republic and abroad. This is due to the fact that the importance of logistics is not obvious only in the manufacturing sector, but in almost all companies and organizations.



Master of Business Administration – Master’s Degree (MBA)

Specialization Finance Management considerably enhances the knowledge concerning financial management of a company in comparison to Bachelor degree study programme, mainly by stressing the financial element.