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Institute of Economy

Institute Authorities

Institute of Economy Head ANS Professor Przemysław Bartkiewicz,Phd

Contact details:

4th floor, Room 503a

Email: przemyslaw.bartkiewicz@ansleszno.pl 

+ 48 (65) 525 01 32

Institute of Economy Deputy Head Coordinator for Economics and National Security mgr Piotr Urbaniak

Contact details:

4th floor, Room 503c

Email: piotr.urbaniak@ansleszno.pl 

+48 (65) 525 01 31

Logistics oordinator MScEng Wiesław Wilczkowiak

Contact details:

4th floor, Room 505

Email: wieslaw.wilczkowiak@ansleszno.pl 

+48 (65) 528 78 67

Fields of Study:

National Security, first cycle degree, full-time and part time programmes

National Security, full-time degree programme 

National Security, part time programmes degree programme

Economics, first- cycle degree programme

Economics, full time degree programme

Economics, part time degree programme

Logistics, first-cycle degree programme

Graduate profile: National Security

Graduates have acquired a basic knowledge of social sciences with a special focus on those related to politics and security. They recognise legal, economic and political structures, national security institutions with their elements along with relationships among them at a local, regional, national and an international level. They know what types of social, legal, economic and political relationships pertaining to national security there are and what regularities govern them. They are familiar with methods, tools and techniques to obtain data related to social, economic, legal and historical sciences. Graduates understand processes which govern changes in structures and institutions of national security as well as their origin, causes, course, scale and consequences. They know what laws referring to intellectual property protection, principles of conducting business in respect of the protection of persons and property along with those of obtaining external funds to this end there are. They can analyse and interpret economic, legal and political phenomena in national security sciences and related ones, while applying a basic theoretical knowledge and obtaining data to do so. Graduates can forecast these phenomena and consequences of processes by using appropriate methods and tools. They can also solve tasks connected with providing security as well as analyse, suggest and implement adequate solutions to problems which might occur in their workplace. They are equipped with skills to understand and analyse phenomena pertaining to national security. They can prepare written papers and oral presentations in Polish and a foreign language about issues connected with national
security, based on basic theoretical concepts and various other sources. Graduates language skills with regard to security sciences and those related, as set in B2 requirements of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. In addition, they understand the need to continually develop their knowledge to improve their work quality. They can work in a team and take responsibility for tasks entrusted with them at work for institutions and enterprises engaged in ensuring security. They can correctly determine priorities to accomplish individual tasks connected with national security. They can also identify and resolve dilemmas which might occur at their work in positions related to providing security. Graduates can also prepare and implement projects about security and obtain funds necessary to do so, when individually complementing and improving their professional knowledge and skills at the same time. They can start and conduct their own economic activity along with obtaining external funds to finance it.

Graduate profile: Economics

Awarded qualifications and professional licences (if possible): graduates have acquired a basic knowledge of economics as a branch of science and the knowledge of other social and economic science disciplines. They recognise basic economic categories and relationships among them as well as laws governing them, know principles and standards related to founding enterprises and how they operate and to other entities on individual types of markets; they understand growth regularities governing enterprises, markets and economies. They understand how enterprises (small and mediumsize in particular) and other organisational units operate, how their resources are managed, what mechanisms finance them, what rules and principles of managing and carrying out transactions related to financial assets there are with regard to economic, legal, social and ethical aspects; they recognise ways and methods of appraising the economic condition of enterprises; they possess the knowledge of marketing, negotiation, interpersonal and intercultural communication methods and techniques, and also possibilities of their practical application; they are able to identify real decision-making
situations with regard to which specific social communication tools can be used. Graduates are competent in implementing the theory of economics and related fields to form conclusions which are useful to decision-makers, in analysing and interpreting various types of economic, financial, social, legal and cultural problems; they are able to correctly analyse causes and a course of basic socioeconomic and cultural phenomena and forecast their practical effects, while applying appropriate standard analytical tools and methods, observing legal and ethical standards and principles, and using skills acquired in vocational traineeship at the same time; they are able to solve basic problems pertaining to micro and macroeconomics, finance, statistics, accounting, marketing and related fields; they know how to draw basic legal, economic and financial documents as well as economic studies in Polish and a foreign language and use them in the process of taking and implementing economic decisions. Graduates have gained qualifications to run sole proprietorship and effectively operate in the European financial and socio-economic zone. They are prepared to take up operational positions
and management posts of various level in production and service enterprises, trade companies, banks and other financial institutions, public administration institutions, consulting companies and non-profit organisations. They have acquired the knowledge and skills which enable them to take up positions such as managers, economic analysts, and experts in local government institutions. Graduates demonstrate a high level of professionalism in running both own business and managing an employer’s business. They have mastered a foreign language at B2 as described in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Graduate profile: Logistics

Qualifications and professional licences acquired (if possible): graduates have gained a basic engineer’s knowledge of engineering and technical sciences in mechanical engineering and basic knowledge of social sciences in quality and management as well as finance and economics. They recognise basic economic categories and relationships among them along with regularities governing them; they understand standards and principles with respect to how to found an enterprise and how it operates, in addition, what regularities govern the development of enterprises, markets and economies. They have acquired the knowledge about methods of managing enterprises, tools and techniques to prevent problems which might occur in an enterprise and about possible solutions to them. They are equipped with a technical knowledge about how to organise production processes, control quality and logistic process organisation, and about what mechanisms to develop methods to manage processes in logistics there are. They can identify problems with regard to which they can apply specific tools supporting decisions in a technical, organisational, managerial and an economic scope. They understand how modern logistic systems controlled with the use of state-of-the-art IT solutions operate and how to use them. Graduates are competent in applying theoretical knowledge pertaining to economics, management and mechanical engineering to draw conclusions which can be utilised by decision-makers, and in analysing and interpreting a variety of economic, legal, financial, technical and organisational problems in the field of logistics. They can correctly analyse causes and a course of basic phenomena as well as economic and technical processes along with forecasting their practical results, while applying relevant analytical tools and methods and observing technical, ethical and legal standards, and organisational principles. Graduates are qualified to conduct their own economic activity and effectively operate in the European Economic Area. They have acquired a broad knowledge about a course of logistic and production processes; they are prepared to take up various operation and management positions in the field of transport, trade and production. Potential positions in the field of transport are: a forwarder, transport chain controller, transport coordinator, transport planner; in the field of trade: procurement specialist, material flow specialist, inventory specialist, supply chain logistics coordinator; in the field of production: procurement specialist, warehouse management specialist, production organisation specialist, production logistician, production planning specialist. Graduates have acquired B2 proficiency in a foreign language as described in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Management graduate profile

Management graduates have acquired the knowledge of how modern organisations function, the basics of economic sciences, organisation and management. They have developed skills connected with management and those necessary to solve organisational problems with the use of management methods and techniques.Students who graduate from specialisation Enterprise Management are educated in the field of skills necessary to independently solve decision-related problems connected with enterprise resources at the strategic, tactical and operational level.Graduates of specialisation Transport and Forwarding Manager are educated in the field of skills necessary to independently solve decision-related problems connected with optimising and rationalising transport and forwarding handling and services at the strategic, tactical and operational level.