St. Poelten University of Applied Sciences

Production and Technology Management MSc

Continuing Education Course
  • Graduation:
    Master of Science (MSc)
  • Length of course:
    4 semesters
  • Organisational form:
    part-time programme
  • Language of instruction:
    German
  • Tuition fees/sem.:
    EUR 3,200 (excl. VAT), examination fee: EUR 320 (excl. VAT)
  • Start of course:
    09/09/2015
  • Location:
    Amstetten, Waidhofen/Ybbs, Wieselburg and St. Pölten
  • Course leader:
    Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Franz Fidler
  • Co-operation partner:
    Zukunftsakademie Mostviertel
  • Application:
    r.pichler@ecoplus.at

The continuing education course is for potential executive managers whose tasks involve strategic development, production planning and control, process optimisation and project implementation. Along with a technical education students acquire comprehensive business competences and management skills. The technical focus builds on mathematical, natural science and scientific engineering basics and teaches knowledge of the newest technologies.  

The participants learn to master modern production technologies and production-related processes both in technical and economic terms. Elements of technology management enable them to apply this basic knowledge ton all development processes.

Target group

The continuing education course addresses graduates of universities, UASs as well as of secondary technical schools who work or are going to work as

  • manufacturing, work and production engineers,
  • managers and managing employees in production and assembly technique,
  • product managers or development managers,
  • business administration managers and controllers at manufacturing companies.

Further continuing education courses

In cooperation with the Zukunftsakademie Mostviertel the St.Pölten UAS offers further continuing education courses:

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  • Production management and business competence
  • Business competence and management
  • Production management and management