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1 GDAŃSK UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION PACKAGE ECTS Faculty of Management and Economics Gdańsk 2003

2 Publisher: Faculty of Management and Economics Editor: Andrzej Szuwarzyński, PhD Typeset: Marzena Grzesiak, PhD

3 1. INTRODUCTION Location Faculty contact information General faculty information Organisational units Organisation of educational process STRUCTURE OF STUDIES Graduate-engineer s studies (common subjects, semesters 1-5) Engineer s studies (semesters 6-7) Graduate studies (semesters 6-7) Graduate studies and supplementary studies - 3 semesters (subjects common to all specialisations) Specialisation subjects (graduate and supplementary studies) Specialisation Economics and finance Specialisation Economics and environmental management Specialisation Marketing Specialisation Information technology in management Specialisation Organisation management Specialisation Production system management Graduate supplementary studies - 3 semesters Graduate supplementary studies - 4 semesters (subjects to catch up with minimum curriculum) Graduate supplementary studies - 4 semesters (subjects common to all specialisations) DESCRIPTION OF SUBJECTS General education subjects General subjects Fundamental subjects Major subjects Technical subjects Obligatory subject within specialisation Facultative subjects - common Facultative subjects within specialisation

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5 1. INTRODUCTION Faculty of Management and Economics Address: ul. Gabriela Narutowicza 11/ GDAŃSK Dean s administration new faculty building ( Gdańsk, ul. Traugutta 79) rooms 101 and 102 telephone: (+48) (+48)

6 1.1. Location 6

7 1.2. Faculty contact information Dean: Bolesław Garbacik, PhD, Associate Professor at GUT Phone (+48) room 413A Vice Dean: Vice Dean: Vice Dean: Dean s administration - regular studies: Jerzy Ossowski, PhD, Associate Professor at GUT Phone (+48) , room Andrzej Szuwarzyński, PhD Phone: (+48) , room Krzysztof Leja, PhD Phone (+48) , room Mariola Kummer, MSc tel. (+48) fax. (+48) Dean s administration - external studies: tel.: (+48) Dean s administration - evening studies: tel.: (+48)

8 1.3. General faculty information Students app Teaching and research staff Organisation Language and lecturers Field of studies ECTS System 112 people including 5 full Professors and 14 Professors D.Sc. holders 9 departments and 1 science laboratory (see part 1.4) Polish For some courses, lectures in English are possible Management and Marketing Applied for the engineering and graduate studies at academic year 1999/2000 (see part 2) GUT Grading scale Note Definition 5,5 excellent 5 very good 4,5 good plus 4 good 3,5 satisfactory 3 sufficient 2 insufficient fail 8

9 1.4. Organisational units DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Head: Franciszek Bławat, PhD, Associate Professor at GUT Phone (+48) Professors PhD holders Halina Różańska, Professor Phone (+48) Piotr Dominiak, PhD, Associate Professor at GUT Phone (+48) Jerzy Ossowski, PhD, Associate Professor at GUT Phone (+48) Other teaching and research staff 15 persons DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE Head: Jan Komorowski, PhD, Associate Professor at GUT Phone (+48) Other teaching and research staff 5 persons 9

10 DEPARTMENT OF PRODUCTION SYSTEM ENGINEERING Head: Ludmiła Zawadzka, Professor Phone (+48) Professors PhD holders Wiktor Adamkiewicz, Professor Phone (+48) Other teaching and research staff 12 persons DEPARTMENT OF MARKETING Head: Marianna Daszkowska, Professor Phone (+48) Other teaching and research staff 6 persons DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCES AND SOCIOLOGY Head: Bolesław Garbacik, PhD, Associate Professor at GUT Phone (+48) Professors PhD holders Krystyna Gomółka, PhD, Associate Professor at GUT Phone (+48) Other teaching and research staff 5 persons 10

11 DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Head: Andrzej Tubielewicz, PhD, Associate Professor at GUT Phone (+48) Professors PhD holders Edward Szczerbicki, PhD, Associate Professor at GUT Phone (+48) Other teaching and research staff 17 persons DEPARTMENT OF ERGONOMICS AND MAINTENANCE Head: Marcin Sikorski, PhD, Associate Professor at GUT Phone (+48) Professors PhD holders Olgierd Downarowicz, PhD, Associate Professor at GUT Phone (+48) Other teaching and research staff 6 persons 11

12 DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY Head: Janina Kubka, PhD, Associate Professor at GUT Phone (+48) Professors DPh holders Stefan Zabieglik, PhD, Associate Professor at GUT Phone (+48) Other teaching and research staff 3 persons DEPARTMENT OF CORPORATE LAW Head: Ewa Grzegorzewska-Mischka, PhD, Associate Professor at GUT Phone (+48) Other teaching and research staff 2 persons COMMODITY SCIENCE LABORATORY Head: Maria Szpakowska, PhD, Associate Professor at GUT Phone (+48) , Other teaching and research staff 3 persons 12

13 1.5. Organisation of educational process The Faculty of Management and Economics offers courses in marketing and management, as regular and external studies: regular graduate and engineer s studies are delivered in Y system - ten semesters for the Master s-engineer s degree, and seven semesters for the engineer s degree, regular, external and evening supplementary graduate studies three semesters for Bachelor s degree holders in management, marketing or related fields regular, external and evening supplementary graduate studies four semesters for Bachelor s degree holders in non-economics fields, external engineer s studies eight semesters. There is no fee for regular studies (according to the currently binding regulations), other types are fee-paying studies. Regular studies In the academic year 2001/2002 the basic curricula of regular studies were changed to provide for uniformity of the studies and increased flexibility of the studying process. The graduate-engineer s studies are delivered in Y system On completion of the fifth semester, the students decide whether they want to embark on a full graduate course that lasts ten semesters, or whether they want to obtain a engineer s diploma after seven semesters. There are five semesters common for the two variants. On completion of the seventh semester, the students choose one of the specialisations offered: Economic and finance (EF), Economics and environmental protection (EZS), Marketing (M), Information technology in management (TIZ), Organisation management (ZO), Production system management (ZSP). Engineer s studies do not have any specialisation. Students can select one of diploma profiles, matching the technical subject taught as a part of the major course, delivered in the last four semesters of the studies. Graduate supplementary studies that last for three semesters have the curriculum identical with last three semesters of ten-semester studies, during which specialisation courses are delivered. Graduate supplementary studies that last for four semesters have an additional semester preceding specialisation semesters, which is to help students to catch up with the minimum curriculum. Due to the fact that certain sequences of the courses delivered must be observed and that some of the courses are delivered according to different time schedules, the programme of the last three semesters of those studies, in terms of the subjects common to all specialisations, differs from that of the three-semester studies and is described separately in items 2.7. and 2.8. Specialisation subjects are taught according to the curriculum described in item 2.5. The structure of regular studies is presented in the diagram below. 13

14 REGULAR STUDIES AT THE FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS Semester Engineer s studies Common subjects Graduate studies Specialisation subjects Graduate supplementary studies 3 sem.. Graduate supplementary studies 4 sem. Subjects to catch up with minimum curriculum External and evening studies Graduate supplementary external and evening studies have the same curriculum as the regular studies, with limited range of facultative subjects and number of specialisations, which is due to the smaller number of teaching hours (60% for the external and 80 % for the evening studies against the regular studies). External engineer s studies are delivered according to the same curriculum as the regular studies, and they last eight semesters. 14

15 2. STRUCTURE OF STUDIES Legend ECTS was introduced in the academic year 1999/2000. Now all types of regular studies and all the years are included in the system. External and evening studies are assessed and accounted for according to the traditional system. The notation used in the descriptions of the subjects is as follows: EX Subject examination at the end of the course NE Subject credit granted at the end of the course L Lecture T Tutorial E Laboratory P Project MSc-10 Graduate-engineer s studies 10 semesters MSc-3 Graduate supplementary studies 3 semesters MSc-4 Graduate supplementary studies 4 semesters The structure of the codes of the subjects. Each code consists of a letter/letters denoting the category of the subject and a subsequent number. The letter notation is given in the table below. KO General education subjects (minimum curriculum) O General subjects (outside minimum curriculum) P Fundamental subjects K Major subjects T Technical subject (outside minimum curriculum) W Blocks of facultative subjects (common to all) EF Specialisation subjects obligatory for EF specialisation BEF Blocks of facultative subjects for EF specialisation EZS Specialisation subjects obligatory for EZS specialisation BEZS Blocks of facultative subjects for EZS specialisation M Specialisation subjects obligatory for M specialisation BM Blocks of facultative subjects for M specialisation TIZ Specialisation subjects obligatory for TIZ specialisation BTIZ Blocks of facultative subjects for TIZ specialisation ZO Specialisation subjects obligatory for ZO specialisation BZO Blocks of facultative subjects for ZO specialisation ZSP Specialisation subjects obligatory for ZSP specialisation BZSP Blocks of facultative subjects for ZSP specialisation A letter is added to denote the subjects that are taught only in English. 15

16 2.1. Graduate-engineer s studies (common subjects, semesters 1-5) Semester 1 Subject ECTS points KO7 Physical education 1 P16 Physics 4 P4-1 Mathematics I 6 T4 Material science 2 P9 Basics of information technology 3 P5 Basics of statistics 5 P11 Basics of management 4 P1 Introduction to micro - and macroeconomics 2 T5 Engineering drawing 3 Total 30 Semester 2 Subject ECTS points KO1 Foreign language 2 KO7 Physical education 1 P17 Chemistry 2 KO3 Philosophy 2 T6 Computer assisted engineer work 2 P4-2 Mathematics II 6 T1 Mechanics 6 P2 Microeconomics 6 P10 Application of information technology in management 3 Total 30 16

17 Semester 3 Subject ECTS points KO1 Foreign language 2 KO7 Physical education 1 K20 Economic analysis 4 K14 Operational research 4 P3 Macroeconomics 7 T8 Basics of designing 4 KO6 Sociology of organisation 2 T7 Technology of product 4 T2 Introduction to the Internet 2 Total 30 Semester 4 Subject ECTS points KO1 Foreign language 2 KO7 Physical education 1 T10 Production process preparation designing 3 T9 Basics of automation and control 6 K1 Basics of marketing 5 P14 Corporate law 2 P12 Economic entrepreneurship 4 K4 Financial accounting 3 T11 Project management 4 Total 30 17

18 Semester 5 Subject ECTS points KO1 Foreign language 2 KO7 Physical education 1 T14 Production automation 2 K19 Financial mathematics 2 T12 Work process organisation 4 T10P Production process preparation designing 2 T3 Basics of ecology and environmental protection 2 T13 Basics of technical assets maintenance 5 P15 Tax law 2 K17 Marketing management and planning 4 K18 Logistics management 2 K10 Production management 2 Total 30 18

19 2.2. Engineer s studies (semesters 6-7) Semester 6 Subject ECTS points K2 Market analysis 3 K6-1 Finance of economic organisation I 4 K16 Marketing in trade and service provision 3 K22 Basics of relational databases 4 P13 Labour law 2 K5 Management accounting 3 T15 Commodity science 4 K15 Organisational behaviours 2 K9-1 Strategic management I 4 SDI Diploma seminar 1 Total 30 Semester 7 Subject ECTS points K3 Market and marketing research 1 O1 Ethics of an engineer 1 P7 Basics of econometrics 2 KO4 Political sciences 2 K7 Corporate financial management 3 K11 Human resources management 2 SDI Diploma seminar 1 PDI Diploma thesis 18 Total 30 19

20 2.3. Graduate studies (semesters 6-7) Semester 6 Subject ECTS points Semester 7 KO1 Foreign language 2 K2 Market analysis 3 K6-1 Finance of economic organisations 4 K22 Basics of relational database 4 P13 Labour law 2 K5 Management accounting 3 P6 Statistics 2 T15 Commodity science 4 K10P Production management - project 2 K9-1 Strategic management I 4 Total 30 Subject ECTS points KO1 Foreign language 2 K3 Market and marketing research 1 W1 Block of facultative subjects W1 (common) 2 W2 Block of facultative subjects W2 (common) 2 W3 Block of facultative subjects W3 (common) 2 O1 Ethics of an engineer 1 K6-2 Finance of economic organisations II 1 K23 Management game Euromanager 2 P7 Basis of econometrics 2 KO4 Political sciences 2 KO5 Psychology of management 2 K7 Corporate financial management 3 K21 Quality management 5 K11 Human resources management 2 K9-2 Strategic management II 1 Total 30 20

21 2.4. Graduate studies and supplementary studies - 3 semesters (subjects common to all specialisations) Semester 8 (MSc-10), Semester 1 (MSc-3) Subject ECTS points KO2 Language of business 2 K25 Marketing research 5 P8 Econometrics 4 K12 Simulation modelling 3 K24 Information systems 5 Semester 9 (MSc-10), Semester 2 (MSc-3) Total 19 Subject ECTS points KO2 Language of business 2 W4 Block of facultative subjects W4 (common) 2 W5 Block of facultative subjects W5 (common) 2 K8 Organisation and management methods 4 K13 Forecasts and simulations 3 SDM Diploma seminar 1 PDM Diploma thesis 1 Semester 10 (MSc-10), Semester 3 (MSc-3) Total 15 Subject ECTS points W6 Block of facultative subjects W6 (common) 2 W7 Block of facultative subjects W7 (common) 2 O2 Ethics of business 2 SDM Diploma seminar 1 PDM Diploma thesis 19 Total 26 21

22 2.5. Specialisation subjects (graduate and supplementary studies) Specialisation Economics and finance Semester 8 (MSc-10), Semester 1 (MSc -3), Semester 2 (MSc -4) Subject ECTS points Subjects common to all specialisations 19 EF2 Economic integration of Europe 3 EF3 Modern techniques in corporate financial management 2 EF1 Public procurement 2 BEF1 Block of facultative subjects BEF1 (specialisation) 2 BEF2 Block of facultative subjects BEF2 (specialisation) 2 Semester 9 (MSc -10), Semester 2 (MSc -3), Semester 3 (MSc -4) Total 30 Subject ECTS points Subjects common to all specialisations 15 EF4 Financial analysis and controlling 2 EF6 Banking 2 EF8 Social policy 2 EF9 Company and commercial bank 2 EF5 Financial markets 2 EF7 Contemporary economic doctrines 3 BEF3 Block of facultative subjects BEF3 (specialisation) 2 Semester 10 (MSc -10) Semester 3 (MSc -3), Semester 4 (MSc -4) Total 30 Subject ECTS points Subject common to all specialisations 26 EF10 Public finance 2 EF11 Financial planning and budgeting in corporate management 2 Total 30 22

23 Specialisation Economics and environmental management Semester 8 (MSc-10), Semester 1 (MSc-3), Semester 2 (MSc-4) Subject ECTS points Subjects common to all specialisations 19 EZS1 Basics of environmental protection 3 EZS2 Regional policy and programming of sustainable 4 development - ecodevelopment BEZS1 Block of facultative subjects BEZS1 (specialisation) 2 BEZS2 Block of facultative subjects BEZS2 (specialisation) 2 Semester 9 (MSc-10), Semester 2 (MSc-3), Semester 3 (MSc-4) Total 30 Subject ECTS points Subjects common to all specialisations 15 EZS4 Environmental audits and environmental impact assessment 3 procedures EZS5 Finance in environmental management 2 EZS6 Spatial order management 3 EZS9 Environmental management systems 2 EZS3 Technical aspects of environmental protection 3 BZSE3 Block of facultative subjects BEZS3 (specialisation) 2 Semester 10 (MSc-10), Semester 3 (MSc-3), Semester 4 (MSc-4) Total 30 Subject ECTS points Subjects common to all specialisations 26 EZS8 Social aspects of environmental protection 2 EZS7 Environmental legislation and policy 2 Total 30 23

24 Specialisation Marketing Semester 8 (MSc-10), Semester 1 (MSc-3), Semester 2 (MSc-4) Subject ECTS points Subjects common to all specialisations 19 M2 Marketing communication 2 M3 Marketing of non-profit organisation 2 M1 Marketing of services 3 BM1 Block of facultative subjects BM1 (specialisation) 2 BM2 Block of facultative subjects BM2 (specialisation) 2 Semester 9 (MSc-10), Semester 2 (MSc-3), Semester 3 (MSc-4) Total 30 Subject ECTS points Subjects common to all specialisations 15 M5 P-marketing 3 M6 International marketing 2 M7 Marketing of relations 4 M4 Marketing strategies 4 BM3 Block of facultative subjects BM3 (specialisation) 2 Semester 10 (MSc-10), Semester 3 (MSc-3), Semester 4 (Msc-4) Total 30 Subject ECTS points Subjects common to all specialisations 26 M8 Territorial marketing 4 Total 30 24

25 Specialisation Information technology in management Semester 8 (MSc-10), Semester 1 (MSc -3), Semester 2 (MSc -4) Subject ECTS points Subjects common to all specialisations 19 TIZ1 Economics of information 3 TIZ2 Databases modelling and designing 4 BTIZ1 Block of facultative subjects BTIZ1 (specialisation) 2 BTIZ2 Block of facultative subjects BTIZ2 (specialisation) 2 Semester 9 (MSc -10), Semester 2 (MSc -3), Semester 3 (MSc -4) Total 30 Subject ECTS points Subjects common to all specialisations 15 TIZ7 Use of corporate IT resources 3 TIZ5 Ergonomics of information technology systems 3 TIZ3 Legal issues involved in computer use 2 TIZ4 Media presentation technologies 3 TIZ6 Knowledge and information management 2 BTIZ1 Block of facultative subjects BTIZ1 (specialisation) 2 Semester 10 (MSc -10), Semester 3 (MSc -3), Semester 4 (MSc -4) Total 30 Subject ECTS points Subjects common to all specialisations 26 TIZ8 Problems of information society 2 TIZ9 Internet business management 2 Total 30 25

26 Specialisation Management of organisation Faculty of Management and Economics Semester 8 (MSc-10), Semester 1 (MSc -3), Semester 2 (MSc -4) Subject ECTS points Subjects common to all specialisations 19 ZO1 Public administration 3 ZO2 Problems of sustainable development 4 BZO1 Block of facultative subjects BZO1 (specialisation) 2 BZO2 Block of facultative subjects BZO2 (specialisation) 2 Total 30 Semester 9 (MSc -10), Semester 2 (MSc -3), Semester 3 (MSc -4) Subject ECTS points Subjects common to all specialisations 15 ZO4 Foreign trade organization and techniques 4 ZO5 Expert systems 3 TIZ6 Knowledge and information management 2 ZO3 Team management 4 BZO3 Block of facultative subjects BZO3 (specialisation) 2 Total 30 Semester 10 (MSc -10), Semester 3 (MSc -3), Semester 4 (MSc -4) Subject ECTS points Subjects common to all specialisations 26 ZO6 International management 4 Total 30 26

27 Specialisation Production system management Semester 8 (MSc-10), Semester 1 (MSc -3), Semester 2 (MSc -4) Faculty of Management and Economics Subject ECTS points Subjects common to all specialisations 19 ZSP1 Ergonomics and work protection 3 ZSP2 Production system engineering 4 BZSP1 Block of facultative subjects BZSP1 (specialisation) 2 BZSP2 Block of facultative subjects BZSP2 (specialisation) 2 Semester 9 (MSc -10), Semester 2 (MSc -3), Semester 3 (MSc -4) Total 30 Subject ECTS points Subjects common to all specialisations 15 ZSP5 Total quality management 4 ZSP3 Service systems organisation 2 ZSP4 Innovative processes and product designing 3 ZSP6 Designing production processes 4 BZSP3 Block of facultative subjects BZSP3 (specialisation) 2 Semester 10 (MSc -10), Semester 3 (MSc -3), Semester 4 (MSc -4) Total 30 Subject ECTS points Subjects common to all specialisations 26 ZSP7 Designing production processes 4 Total Graduate supplementary studies - 3 semesters Three-semester supplementary courses are delivered according to the curriculum given in items 2.4. and

28 2.7. Graduate supplementary studies - 4 semesters (subjects to catch up with minimum curriculum) Semester 1 (MSc-4) Subject ECTS points P5 Basics of statistics * 3 P11 Basics of management 3 P2 Microeconomics * 3 K14 Operational research 3 K1 Basics of marketing * 3 P14 Corporate law 2 K4-5 Accounting (financial and management) ** 4 K10 Production management * 3 K6-1 Finance of economic organisations I 3 K2 Market analysis 3 * - the course delivered within reduced time schedule ** - the course delivered within reduced time schedule (total of K4 and K5) Total Graduate supplementary studies - 4 semesters (subjects common to all specialisations) Semester 2 (MSc-4) Subject ECTS points K9-1 Strategic management I 3 P3 Macroeconomics 3 K25 Marketing research * 3 P8 Econometrics 4 K12 Simulation modelling 3 K24 Information systems * 3 * - the course delivered within reduced time schedule Total 19 28

29 Semester 3 (MSc-4) Subject ECTS points W4 Block of facultative subjects W4 (common) 2 W5 Block of facultative subjects W5 (common) 2 K8 Organisation and management methods 4 K13 Forecasts and simulations 3 K11 Human resources management 2 SDM Diploma seminar 1 PDM Diploma thesis 1 Total 15 Semester 4 (MSc-4) Subject ECTS points W6 Block of facultative subjects W6 (common) 2 W7 Block of facultative subjects W7 (common) 2 O2 Ethics of business 2 SDM Diploma seminar 1 PDM Diploma thesis 19 Total 26 29

30 3.1. General education subjects 3. DESCRIPTION OF SUBJECTS KO3 Subject Philosophy Type Semester Form of activities L T E P MSc-10 2 Hours 2 ECTS points 2 Assessment NE Department of Philosophy DP Person responsible Zofia Chrzanowska, MSc Introductory questions. Range and scope of philosophy, its subject and method. Picture of nature according to interpretation by first philosophical schools of ancient Greece. Plato s model of true knowledge. Problem of mathematics in science. Aristotle s metaphysics and logic. Matter and form according to Aristotle. Aristotelian ethics. St. Augustine the founder of Christian theology. His metaphysics. His views on freedom and grace. Reception of Aristotle in philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas. Rene Descartes as the founder of modern philosophy. Platonism in Cartesian ratio. Descartes view of consciousness and method of cognition. Kant synthesis of empiricism and rationalism. New concept of cognition. Kant s Copernician revolution. Metaphysics and transcendental reason. Hegel last modern philosophical system. Dialectics of ideas. Hegel and Marx. Antihegelian breakthrough. Individualism of Kierkegaard and Schopenhauer. Resentiment and nihilism in Nietzschean philosophy. Human fate in existentialism. M. Heidegger and J. E. Sartre. Concept of person in personalism. P. Mounier and personalistic revolution. E. Teilhard de Chardin and cosmological evolution. Positivism and philosophy of science. Heller M., Życiński J. (red.): Filozofować w kontekście nauki, PTT, Kraków Platon: Uczta, (wiele wydań). Tatarkiewicz W.: Historia filozofii, PWN, Warszawa, wiele wydań. 30

31 KO4 Subject Political sciences Type Semester Form of activities L T E P MSc-10 7 Hours 2 ECTS points 2 Assessment NE Department of Political Sciences and Sociology DPSS Person responsible Bolesław Garbacik, PhD, Associate Professor at GUT Role and significance of politics in the life of man and society. Public authorities management of public affairs. Modern state as a multi-dimensional hierarchy. Functioning of political parties and party systems. Functioning of local authorities. Political culture in Poland. Opportunities and threats to modern democracy. Social Catholic thought. Doctrine of social democracy. Polish foreign policy. The role of Germany in Europe and in the world. Social, economic and political problems of Russia. The role of the United States in modern world. The problems of European integration. Kukułka J., Historia współczesnych stosunków międzynarodowych, Warszawa Lamentowicz W., Państwo współczesne, Warszawa Olszewski H., Zmierczak M., Historia doktryn politycznych i prawnych, Poznań

32 KO5 Subject Psychology of management Type Semester Form of activities L T E P MSc-10 7 Hours 2 ECTS points 2 Assessment NE Department of Political Sciences and Sociology DPSS Persons responsible Beata Krawczyk Bryłka, MSc Katarzyna Stankiewicz, MSc Introduction to psychology of management. Psychological conditions of behaviour at work. Staff motivation: review of theories, reward and penalty management. Personality determinants of reliability at work. Interpersonal communication as foundation of communication. Characteristic of group work, dynamics of group processes, management methods. Criteria and methods of psychological staff appraisal. Modern styles of human resources management: couching and mentoring. Planning and attainment of personal objectives at work. Self-improvement of leader. Creative thinking in business. Principles of creativity training. Creativity management in a company. Development of corporate image tasks of PR specialist. Efficient change management. Stress and emotions at work. Impact of information technology on interpersonal relations and characteristic of work. Aronson E..: Człowiek istota społeczna, PWN, Warszawa Schultz D., Shultz S.: Psychologia a wyzwania dzisiejszej pracy. PWN, Warszawa Strelau J.: Psychologia. Podręcznik akademicki, tom II i III, GWP, Gdańsk Zimbardo L., Ruch F.: Psychologia i życie, PWN, Warszawa

33 KO6 Subject Sociology of organisation Type Semester Form of activities L T E P MSc-10 3 Hours 2 ECTS points 2 Assessment NE Department of Political Sciences and Sociology DPSS Person responsible Jacek Jakubowski, PhD Sociology of organisation as a scientific discipline. Society and its structure. Man a social creature. Role as an element of social structure. Development of groups and teams. From organisation to institution. Market, state, society. Corporate social system. Sociological understanding of culture. Power and authority. Motivation. Cooperation and conflict in organization. Decision making in organization. Change and improvement of organization. Modern society. Masłyk Musiał E.: Społeczeństwo i organizacje, Lublin Morawski W.: Socjologia ekonomiczna, Warszawa Robbins S. L.: Zachowania w organizacji, Warszawa Sztompka L.: Socjologia. Analiza społeczeństwa, Kraków Weber M.: Gospodarka i społeczeństwo. Zarys socjologii rozumiejącej, Warszawa

34 3.2. General subjects Subject Ethics of an engineer Type Semester Form of activities L T E P MSc-10 7 Hours 1 ECTS points 1 Assessment NE Department of Philosophy DP Person responsible Ewa Hope, PhD O1 Ethics morality (types of norms, the essence of moral behaviours, moral behaviours and work area). Impact of technology on development of systems of values and ethical behaviours. Attitude to work and job in selected religions. Tolerance and ethic relativism in interpersonal relations at work. Professional responsibility. The problem of corruption, its influence on economic development (susceptibility to corruption causes). of professional responsibility the essence, functions, structure, examples. Minus L.M.: Etyka w biznesie. Pawłowska, Lazari: Etyka zawodowa. Radłoń S.: Etyka dla inżynierów. Styczeń T.: ABC etyki. 34

35 Subject Ethics of business Type Semester Form of activities L T E P MSc Hours 2 ECTS points 2 MSc-3 3 Assessment NE MSc-4 4 Department of Philosophy DP Person responsible Krystyna Kinach-Brzozowska, PhD O2 Ethics and morality analysis of notions, main problems. Scope and objective of the ethics of business. Corporation versus responsibility: character of business corporations, their identity and ability to take up responsibility case study. Business and environmental protection; examples of conflict situations. Ethics and growing international character of business case study. Interpersonal relations in business case study. Significance of interpersonal relations in a company case study. Ethical aspects of globalisation. Ethical aspects of advertising case study. The problems of unfair competition. Analysis of Unfair Competition Act. Protection of intellectual property case study. Corporate ethical code examples. Professional ethical codes examples. Attempt to identify principles of ethics of business. Chryssides G.D., Kaler J.H.: Wprowadzenie do etyki biznesu, PWN, Warszawa Grupa Lizbońska. (tłum. M. Jarosiński): Granice konkurencji, Poltext, Warszawa Lewicka-Strzałecka A.: Etyczne standardy firm i pracowników, Warszawa Minus L.M. (red.): Etyka w biznesie, PWN, Warszawa

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