Critical infrastructure protection manager
A graduate of the Critical Infrastructure Protection Manager study program is equipped with the knowledge and skills enabling the effective performance of management functions in the area of state security and population protection, and is equipped with the knowledge and skills enabling the effective performance of state administration and self-government. The study emphasizes not only the acquisition of theoretical knowledge, but also the ability to work independently with professional and data sources, the ability to draw and formulate one's own conclusions and opinions, the application of theoretical knowledge when solving independent seminar papers, and the ability to evaluate and analyze threats to critical infrastructure.
The student acquires the basic theoretical and practical basis for the performance of a managerial function, as well as knowledge from the field of methods and techniques of managerial work, both at the level of interpersonal relations and in relation to the person himself.
The student primarily acquires the theoretical essence of strategic management and will be equipped with methodological skills for strategic management. The study module is supplemented with case studies from this area.
The student will become familiar with the theoretical basis of issues in the field of state security and population protection and its specific organization in the given state. Attention is also paid to the position of a specific state as an international actor in the field of state security and population protection. The student will acquire the skills to assess and analyze threats to critical infrastructure. In addition, as part of the specialization, the student will become familiar with the principles of the crisis manager's decision-making process and the analysis of the assessment of potential risks with maximum elimination and impact on critical infrastructure.