Electronic Business Specialization

Katedra Technologii Informacyjnych

The purpose of Electronic Business specialization is to prepare a new class of IT managers who will be able to work in creative and effective ways in the global electronic economy.

Graduates of Electronic Business specialization will be experts in the implementation of e-business technologies in enterprises and also in reengineering business processes of these enterprises to maximize profits and bring the most valuable benefits.

In 2011, 2013, and 2013, the Electronic Business specialization was placed on the list of the best university programs of the international evaluation system Eduniversal Ranking "The Best Masters and MBA Programs Worldwide". The ranking is created based on deans recommendations of 1,000 universities and business schools around the world. Votes are used to evaluate didactic methods and the quality of education.

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Education at Department of Information Technology

Department of Information Technology teaches each year more than 1,500 students of the Poznan University of Economics. Currently delivered courses are as follows:

Faculty of Informatics and Electronic Economy

  • Information Technology
  • Computer Programming
  • Database Systems
  • Digital Content Management
  • Business Processes in Organizations
  • Advanced Internet Technologies
  • Electronic Economy
  • Electronic Business Strategies
  • Web Application Project
  • XML Technology
  • Information Visualization
  • Electronic Negotiations
  • Multimedia Technology
  • Project Management
  • Software Design Patterns
  • Business Intelligence
  • IT System Security
  • Mobile Programming
  • Mobile Technology
  • Multimedia in Business
  • Service-Oriented Architecture
  • Ontology and Semantic Web
  • Modern Network Systems

Faculty of Management

  • Information Technology in Management

Faculty of International Business

  • Information Technology
  • International e-Business

Foreign Students’ Education

Department of Information Technology delivers courses (lectures and lab sessions) of electronic business and electronic commerce areas for foreign students visiting the Poznan University of Economics within the Erasmus student exchange program.

In the years 2004–2013, Department of Information Technology delivered courses attended by a total of 220 foreign students from 26 countries: England, Belgium, Bosnia, Bulgaria, China, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Georgia, Spain, Holland, Indonesia , Canada, Lithuania, Latvia, Moldova, Germany, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine and Italy.

Courses currently offered for foreign students:

  • Electronic Commerce and Electronic Business
  • International E-Business
  • e-Negotiations
  • e-Governance