The interdisciplinary Management and Production Engineering studies make it possible to educate specialists who can combine modern engineering and managerial knowledge and skills and who are also able to undertake tasks that result from transformations related to rationalization of costs and production techniques. The establishment of small and medium-sized companies, restructuring of industry as well as privatization of enterprises force engineers to perform a double role of an engineer and a manager. They are expected (in addition to expertise in a specific technical field) to have skills in economics, management, accounting, finance, law, ecology, logistics, etc.

full-time  (daily) courses

  • 3.5-year (7 semesters) first-cycle studies

resulting in the award of the title of Engineer

the scope of study:

– computer science in management and modelling
– production and innovation management

1.5-year (3 semesters) second-cycle studies

resulting in the award of the degree of Master of Engineering

the scope of study:

– computer science in management and modelling
– environmental engineering
– management engineering
– supply chain management

After the first-degree studies

Graduates have substantive knowledge of mechanics and machine construction, basic economic and managerial knowledge and skills to manage technical and organizational functions involving improving production and operational systems, management systems, personnel selection and training, cost management, project management, marketing, logistics, financial and material investment management. They have the knowledge and skills to start and run their own business in the area of production and services.

After the second-degree studies

Graduates are additionally qualified to organize and conduct research and development work, in particular to design and implement technological and organizational innovations. They can also manage projects involving large financial resources, including those of the European Union, and participate in the work of management and supervisory boards of production, service and financial organizations.

Data Engineering is a rapidly growing field of computer science applications in engineering methods and techniques for the design, construction, and use of computer systems in Business Intelligence or Big Data analysis. It uses the capabilities of modern information technologies in analyzing large data sets aggregated in research, manufacturing, transactional processes, etc. DE also combines knowledge and skills of practical applications of advanced analytical techniques (computational methods, statistical inference, etc.) in extracting information and knowledge from data resources collected by enterprises.

Data Engineering is a practical course of study. Workshop classes are conducted by practitioners – specialists in their fields. The Faculty has access to the computing environment in the form of the Research Computer Cluster of the Kielce University of Technology, which includes a computer cluster with 32 servers enabling highly efficient data processing, the SAS system with additional modules, mathematical programs for symbolic calculations, etc. The practical profile of the faculty is reinforced by at least three-month student internships organized in cooperation with partners from the business environment.

full-time (daily) courses

  • 3.5-year (7 semesters) first-cycle studies

resulting in the award of the title of Engineer

the scope of study:
– data analytics and modelling
– engineering of analytical repositories


After the first-degree studies

Graduates – data engineers – use modern IT tools in programming, designing and managing databases, analysing data, integrating distributed information resources. They have the ability to design and build databases, design and build analytical solutions, implement analytical and information systems in cooperation with specialists and managers from outside the IT domain in an organization. They have the knowledge, skills and social competences that predestine them to take up independent positions in the IT area in modern organizations. They can act as data administrators of information and analytical systems (Business Intelligence and Big Data class), designers and developers of IT solutions for data analysis. They can also work as specialists in analysis departments, both in operational and managerial areas.

The widespread use of IT solutions in management, operational (production, trade, services, logistics, marketing, etc.) as well as auxiliary activities (accounting, finance, controlling) and the development of IT technology means that the amount of data, which is potentially a source of valuable information for forecasting and decision-making, is increasing exponentially. There is a demand, especially in small and medium-sized companies, for specialists who combine knowledge and practical skills in the field of information technology with knowledge about the functioning of economic organizations and their management. The practical and interdisciplinary character of the Data Engineering major makes it possible for graduates to be employed in a company or act as contract specialists – service providers. They can be employed as data administrators, designers or analysts in independent positions or in departments such as IT, procurement or distribution logistics, sales, marketing, controlling, new product development, customer relationship management, statistical analysis.

The specific nature of studies at the Faculty of Management and Computer Modelling is due to an increased range of skills in the area of applying computer science and quantitative methods. This enables graduates to use effectively fundamental and specialised economic knowledge for analysing and modelling economic processes.

full – time courses

  • 3-year (6 semesters) first-cycle studies

resulting in the award of a Bachelor’s degree

the scope of study:

– business analytics
– business finance

  • 2-year (4 semesters) second-cycle studies

resulting in the award of a Master’s degree

the scope  of study:
– managerial economics
– business finance


After the first-cycle studies

Graduates are prepared to work as economists, specialists in the management of financial, human and material resources. They can analyze available or created information which supports rational decision-making based on the canons of economic and social sciences. They can work for companies, organizations and institutions, mainly holding operational or support positions. They have the necessary knowledge and skills to run a business independently.

 After the second-cycle studies

Graduates have a comprehensive and advanced knowledge of economics and management of financial, human and material resources. They also have the ability to use advanced analytical techniques and methods to study economic phenomena and processes and to model them on a micro- and macroeconomic scale in an economy open to international competition. They are prepared to develop projects, provide consulting services, support and make independent, rational decisions on the acquisition and application of resources by public and private sector entities in various market segments.

Logistics, which is an interdisciplinary field of study, educates new types of specialists with knowledge and skills in operational and strategic management of logistic processes in the economy. These processes involve flows of tangible and intangible goods, as well as information between economic entities and the environment and within economic entities. Logistic concepts stimulate changes in the management of organizations and indicate new opportunities for creating added value and improving the efficiency of business operations. The education of students in Logistics meets the increased interest of entrepreneurs in such specialists, who have adequate knowledge of technical, economic and management sciences to understand the nature and structure of various logistic processes and also have the skills to manage these processes to optimize the operations of the company.

full – time (daily) courses

  • 3.5-year (7 semesters) first-cycle studies

resulting in the award of the title of Engineer

the scope of study:

– logistics management
– design of logistic systems


After the first-degree studies

Graduates have a substantive knowledge of basic and technical subjects as well as basic knowledge of economics, management, IT, and managerial skills. They are equipped with comprehensive and advanced knowledge of modern logistic systems, processes in the logistic supply chain, logistics of supply, production and distribution, recycling, logistic infrastructure and transport processes. They also have the ability to use information systems and engineering techniques in solving various logistic problems. They are prepared to provide consulting services, support and make independent, rational decisions, concerning the design of logistic processes and the management of these processes. They also have the knowledge and skills in production and service management, logistic costs and personnel management. Graduates can find employment in logistic departments of production companies, logistic companies, design and consulting units dealing with logistics and economic and administrative units that require logistic, technical, economic and IT knowledge as well as managerial skills.