Major
Administration

  • Awarded degree: Bachelor of Science
  • Access to further study: Master of Science
  • Part time course (6 semesters)

General information

  • Awarded degree: Bachelor of Science
  • Access to further study: second cycle (Master of Science) and post-diploma studies
  • Length of program: 3 years (6 semesters)

Specialty – Computer Technology in Administration
Specialization – E-Government

E-government means using Information and communication technologies in public administration, which is also accompanied by reorganization and improvement of qualifications of the administration staff. It is the element of a wider concept of the development of the information society and the knowledge-based economy.

EU funding
Studies co-financed by the EU funds within the framework of the European Social Fund have significantly reduced tuition.

Part-time Awarded degree
Bachelor of Science
Duration: 6 semesters

The range of expert knowledge and skills:

After your graduation

  1. You can be employed as:
    • specialist, manager and advisor in E-Government,
    • as a civil servant in central authorities of state administration, as well as in units of local government,
    • as a specialist in teams implementing information systems in central and local government,
    • as a specialist in administrative department of a company and in other organizations.
  2. Graduates of this specialty have the opportunity to participate in the process of transformation and implementation of IT solutions in the sphere of public administration, in creating new quality of public services in central and local government.
  3. Working in public administration offers stability which is an additional advantage.

Graduates of the first cycle of Administration studies may continue their education at WIT choosing the complementary 2 year course of second cycle in management studies within the specialty Management in Public Administration.

Specialization: Computer Technology in Administration (E-Administration)

Employers’ needs

Now we can observe the intensive process of informatization of the public administration in Poland, connected with the membership in the EU as well as the implementation of several major projects supported by the EU funds in the sphere of e-Government.

The range of expert knowledge and skills:

  • Knowledge of law and administration, in particular how central and local government, public finance and public procurement are organized and work.
  • Expertise and skills in electronic document circulation within the public administration, databases, IT systems, data security and identifying identity (e- signature, Trusted Profile)
  • The ability to use multimedia techniques, new information and communication technologies in the administration.
  • Competences in e-government at large, including the legal basis for IT in public administration, projects and systems within the framework of e-Government, including Centralized System of Public Access to Information, Electronic Platform of Public Administration Services (ePUAP), project pl.ID.
  • The skills to create and exchange data using e-documents, electronic administrative proceedings etc.
  • Managerial competencies in government and self-government administration, visualization and simulation of the processes in the public administration with the use of computer packages, computer-aided decision making.
  • Expertise and skills in public finance management, including the EU funds, practical skills in preparing factual financing schedules and feasibility study of projects tabled by local self-government units, SWOT analysis.
  • Soft skills competency in the field of interpersonal communication, teamwork, team management and negotiations techniques.

After your graduation

  1. You can be employed as:
    • specialist, manager and advisor in E-Government,
    • as a civil servant in central authorities of state administration, as well as in units of local government,
    • as a specialist in teams implementing information systems in central and local government.
    • as a specialist in administrative department of a company and in other organizations.
  2. Graduates of this specialty have the opportunity to participate in the process of transformation and implementation of IT solutions in the sphere of public administration, in creating new quality of public services in central and local government.
  3. Working in public administration offers stability which is an additional advantage.

Special subjects

  • the legal bases for the informatization of public administration,
  • e-government,
  • electronic document circulation,
  • project management with the use of the computer packages (MS Project),
  • management and financing of self-government projects,
  • documentation of processes in administration using computer packages.
  • office organization techniques,
  • Human resources management in public administration,
  • databases in administration,
  • telecomputing systems in administration,
  • IT projects management in administration,
  • Fundamentals of requirements engineering.