Courses at Faculty of Logistics and Crisis Management
List of special programmes and individual courses offered to international students:
International students are allowed to choose freely which courses to take.
Minimum amount of selected credits is 15 ECTS per semester.
All courses below are taught only in the town of Uherské Hradiště (not in Zlín!).
|Course Unit Code||Title||Course Objectives|
|Lecturer||No. of Credits||Semestr|
|LEEA3||Environment English||The subject is aimed at deepening the complex language skills (reading, listening, speaking, writing) to allow independent action in foreign language situations. Students will expand knowledge of general English with an emphasis on strengthening the rules of grammar, listening comprehension and conversation. They will also become familiar with the special vocabulary related to environmental risk control and crisis management.||Mgr. et Mgr. Kateřina Pitrová, Ph.D.||2||S/W|
|LEEBP||Food Safety Assessment||This is a multidisciplinary applied subject with the aim to provide students with comprehensive knowledge in the field of food composition, properties and storing. Based on the findings the principles will be drawn by which it will also be possible to assess food security, both in terms of physico -chemical and microbially -biochemical.||doc. Ing. Pavel Valášek, CSc.||4||S/W|
|LEEDE||Environmental Thought History||The aim is to acquaint students with the history of environmental thinking into the portfolio of major works of thinkers of philosophy, environmental sciences, cultural studies and other disciplines. They will also be reflected in the works of authors of the initial period and contemporary Czech (Czech-Slovak) environmentalism.||prof. RNDr. Mgr. Peter Chrastina, PhD.||3||S/W|
|LEER||Environmental Risks and Health||The goal of the lessons is to get familiar students with the risks of environmental influence on human health. Lesson environmental risks and health refer to the development of ecological thinking and teaches students to analyze the risky factors of the environment in relation with human health.||prof. Ing. Vladimír Sedlařík, Ph.D.||3||S/W|
|LEEGI||Geographic Information Systems||The aim of the course is to provide a platform for interdisciplinary solutions to spatial relations in the field of crisis management in geographic information systems environment learning in English. The course offers students to participate in solving current problems in relation to the needs of the public administration of regional significance.||RNDr. Jakub Trojan, MSC, Ph.D.||4||S/W|
|LEEQE||Quaternary ecology, climate change||The lecture discusses principal aspects of multidisciplinary palaeoecological research in the context of the modern Quaternary investigations, including geology, geomorphology, glaciology, climatology, biology (zoology and botany) and other scientific disciplines in a global perspective in terms of reconstruction of past climate change for the last 2.4 M years and modeling of future climate development, as well as natural transformations and culture-historical adaptations of people to environmental change in the process of prehistoric and historic colonization of the World.||prof. PhDr. Jiří Chlachula, Ph.D. et Ph.D.||4||S/W|
|LEETP||Environmental Field Training||The goal of the course is a practical field training completing theoretical knowledge in the frame of modern environmental studies, including the Geographic Information Systems, applied for monitoring of landscape changes, natural transformations, geo-hazards and other natural risks, as well as in preservation of biodiversity, prevention of ecosystem degradation and conservation of a national cultural geo-heritage and values.||prof. PhDr. Jiří Chlachula, Ph.D. et Ph.D.||2||S/W|
|LEETV||Field Research of Development||The aim is to acquire basic research methods in the field of microregional research.||RNDr. Jakub Trojan, MSC, Ph.D.||2||S/W|
|LERMG||Fundamentals of Crisis Management||The subject is aimed at gaining knowledge about general management in the organizations. The implementation of basic managerial approaches and skills will be shown at organisation. Students will acquire knowledge about principal managerial functions, managerial key approaches and techniques.||Mgr. Marek Tomaštík, Ph.D.||3||S/W|
|LEEAM||Analytical Methods of Scientific Work||The aim of the course is to acquire the basic research methods used in writing the final work. To pass the subject, it is necessary to regularly consult with the teacher essay / article, which must meet the criteria normally required for this type of work, and also the theme must correspond to the given foreign student study plan.||doc. Ing. Zuzana Tučková, Ph.D.||3||S/W|
|LEELO||Green Logistics||The aim of the subject is to familiarize the students with growing importance of living environment protection with connection to supply chain management and logistics activities. The students are acquainted step by step with notion “green logistics”, with evolution history of relationship between logistics and living environment protection. The students are gaining basic knowledge from the field of freight transport impacts on living environment determination and determination of warehousing and further logistics activities impacts on living environment. They will be familiarized with European emission standards and ISO 14 000. Further the students will be acquainted with innovation approaches to logistics system management – purchasing, manufacturing, packaging and identification, inventory management, warehousing and distribution in relation to living environment protection. Also the students are familiarized with principles of supply chain management, with emphasis on living environment protection, with impact of e-commerce, e-business and e-logistics on living environment protection. In the end of the subject, the students are acquainted with importance of public policy in context to living environment protection, logistics and supply chain management.||Ing. Martin Hart, Ph.D.||3||S/W|
|LEES||Economics Simulation of Logistics Processes|
(Modelling of production and logistics processes)
|The aim of the course is to acquaint students with key principles, tools and current trends in the field of modelling and simulation of production and logistics processes in connection with practically used specific methods and tools of modelling in contemporary companies.|
1. – Principles of production and logistics processes modelling.
2. – Current concepts used in companies for modelling of production and logistics processes.
3. – Setting key parameters for modelling production and logistics processes.
4. – Audit of production and logistics processes, key metrics.
5. – Process map of production and logistics process.
6. – Methodology of production processes simulation.
7. – Methodology of logistics processes simulation.
8. – Characteristics of dynamic systems, determination and statistic methods in process modelling.
9. – Key principles of planning and management methods of production and logistics systems (KANBAN, lean production, lean logistics).
10 – Modelling of production and logistics processes with support of selected software (ARIS, WITNESS, NAVISION, DELMIA and others).
11.- Practical case studies in modelling and simulation for optimization of production and logistics processes.
12.- Theory of limitations in modelling practice of production and logistics processes.
13.- Identification of the point of disconnection of the production and logistics process in connection with their continuous improvement.
14.- Information systems to support modelling of production and logistics processes – principles of lean logistics and administration.
|prof. Ing. Vieroslav Molnár, PhD.||5||W/S|
Idoc. Ing. Zuzana Tučková, PhD.
telephone: +420 57 603 2083
* S = summer, W = winter