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Knowledge gained during the bachelor's studies (science, technology and engineering basics combined with fundamentals in automation and related fields) is deepened by knowledge in natural science and principle subjects. The most essential subjects are oriented on system modelling, simulation and optimization; information security management systems; industrial control systems; designing components for complex control systems; advanced control methods; methods for system diagnosis; integrating information and control systems across all levels of control and methods and techniques of knowledge acquisition for the hierarchical process control.

Graduates are immediately able to enter the labour market as well as to continue education at the doctoral level. They are qualified to analyse, design, implement and maintain monitoring and dispatching systems used for technology and production processes control. They understand system diagnostics methods and are capable of providing creative solutions for control systems and management decision support systems in various enterprises and organizations. They are able to solve problems related to information and control systems integration and understand methods and techniques of knowledge acquisition for the hierarchical control of processes.

They are equipped with managerial, economic, legal, environmental and ethical awareness and are capable of applying it at professional life.

A graduate is competent to be employed in the field of development, design and use of automated control systems in industrial enterprises, but also in institutions providing design and research of control and information systems, as well as at schools and educational institutions.

prof. Ing. Pavol Tanuška, pavol.tanuska@stuba.sk

Study advisor: 
prof. Ing. Pavol Tanuška, pavol.tanuska@stuba.sk

E-application form to study at STU

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