Automation, Information Engineering and Management in Chemistry and Food Industry – bachelor (full-time, attendance method), 4. semester
Level of study:
Prerequisites for registration:
For successful completion of the course is necessary to successfully undertake the exam.The exam may be oral or in a written form. The exam will be classified as successful after student will gain minimum 56/100 point (in accordance with an Exam Policy of STU). Credits will be earn to students after useful elaboration of the tasks and required amount of point from final examination.
Learning outcomes of the course unit:
Students know basic information about the establishment, operation and management of industrial enterprises in the Slovak Republic and the European Union. Information about management and economy of operation and management of enterprises, the foundations of market economics, microeconomics and macroeconomics.
Basic conditions of formation of industrial enterprises.
Personnel management, logistics, controlling, marketing, management of industrial enterprises.
Support programs for industrial enterprises.
Importance of industrial enterprises to the national economy, employment, share of GDP, flexibility, operability industrial enterprises.
Definition of SMEs /SME/.
Legal forms of small and medium-sized enterprises.
Mechanism to help small and medium-sized enterprises.
Basis of market economies.
Recommended or required reading:
GIPLIN, A. Dictionary of Economic Terms. Londýn: London Butterwort, 1996.
MAJERNÍK, M. – ZATROCHOVÁ, M. – MAJERNÍK, Š. et al. Finančné riadenie podniku. Bratislava: Statis Bratislava, 2011. 124 s. ISBN 978-80-85659-67-2.
MAJERNÍK, M. Základy všeobecnej ekonomickej teórie. Bratislava: STU, 2006. ISBN 80-227-2362-2.
SAMUELSON, P A. – NORDHAUS, W D. Economics. New York : McGraw-Hill, 1992. 784 s. ISBN 0-07-054879-X.
BREALEY, R A. – MYERS, S C. Teorie a praxe firemních financí. B.m. : Victoria Publishing, a.s, 1992. 971 s. ISBN 80-85605-24-4.
Institute of Information Engineering, Automation and Mathematics was established in 1.1.2006 from two departments: Department of Information Engineering and Process Control and Department of Mathematics.