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Personnel Policy in Industrial Plant study programme is focused on acquiring theoretical and practical knowledge based on current science and on their application in the entire job or in follow-up master study. The study programme provides the students with theoretical knowledge in natural, technical, technological and humane sciences, enhanced in further study by knowledge of industrial engineering and personnel policy in industrial plants with particular emphasis on practical application of acquired knowledge.
In the first three semesters of study the graduate will gain knowledge of basic natural, technical and technological sciences and in 2nd and 3rd year of study s/he enhances the knowledge by studying profile subjects in the field of industrial engineering with focus on personnel management, labour law, statistic methods, accounting and marketing or social policy of the plant specifically applicable in personnel policy, etc.
The organic connection of studying natural, technical and technological disciplines with industrial engineering with focus on personnel policy in industrial plant is to prepare the graduate able to utilize statistical evaluation of personnel data and develop related analyses for middle and top management decision making in the field of planning and human resources recruiting as well as in evaluating the optimization of work positions in relation to workplace ergonomic parameters.

The graduate has the skill to operate the job interviews, develop adaptation programs for employees, recruit and select new employees, process personnel agenda, use sociological methods focused on analysis and survey of employees´ satisfaction and social climate within the enterprise. The graduate can process the plans of employees´ needs as well as plan their education and evaluation.

The graduate can operate independently in individual specialized personnel departments in medium-sized and large companies. S/he can also operate in the departments of financial and economic issues, education and development, employees´ recruitment and selection or in the field of social issues within industrial plants, etc. The graduate can operate as a Junior HR Manager, HR Manager Assistant, or PR Manager as well as s/he can operate in a low management position of personnel policy in small companies.

prof. Ing. Peter Sakál, CSc. peter.sakal@stuba.sk 

Study advisor: 
Ing. Kristína Koltnerová, PhD. kristina.koltnerova@stuba.sk

E-application form to study at STU

Study plans:
full-time, attendance method
full-time, combined method