Industrial Technology Management


The program is intended for ambitious young people seeking to gain a flexible, multidirectional and market-driven specialty. The essential characteristic of the program – the synergy of the latest technology and management knowledge and skills. Study program graduates, having the latest knowledge and skills in innovations, engineering, management, information technology, logistics, marketing, accounting, finance, enterprise resource planning, organization of international and e-business and other fields can work in planning and organization, IT, manufacturing, logistics, marketing and sales and other departments in technology companies (and not only) as well as create and develop their own business.

What will I learn?
Key professors

Prof. Tatjana Sibalija, Belgrade Metropolitan University (Serbia)
Lecture Topics: Information Systems Strategy and Management"; "Process analysis and Planning"; "Business Process Management".

Mr. Linas Gudonavičius, head of JSC „Invertus“ , Wing Tsun KungFu Baltics Association, master of sports
Lecture topics: Application of Innovative Information Technologies in the   Development of Competitive Advantages

Mr. Jonas Koryzna, Kaunas Chamber of Coomerce, vice-president
Lecture topics: The Peculiarities of Technology Business Planning and Organizing

Mrs. Asta Norvilienė, head of JSC „Cinamon operations“ (Cinamon Cinema)
Lecture topics: The Significance of Innovation in the Process of Corporate ValueCreation

Possibility to choose

Specialisations: Energy Management, Manufacturing Management, Logistics Management, Project Management

Degree awarded

Bachelor of Management Studies

Language of studies

Lithuanian, English

Duration of studies

4 y. - full-time


School of Economics and Business
Gedimino g. 50, 44239, Kaunas


International Studies Office | Department of International Relations
Enrolment Manager Laura MICKEVIČIENĖ
Donelaičio St. 73, room 104, LT-44029 Kaunas
tel. +370 37 323 894

Knowledge and Its Application

A1To demonstrate knowledge about classical and modern theories of management and other sciences, analytical methods, possibilities of their application and links with interdisciplinary subjects.
A2To describe the main possibilities of applying mathematics, statistics and information technologies when collecting qualitative and quantitative data, processing and presenting the interpretation of organisation management and technological problems and their reasons in an informative way.
A3To describe the main management theories and concepts that interpret organisations as a specific social economical phenomenon, the peculiarities of performance, technological development, organisation and management of various organisations and industries in the circumstances that condition them.
A4To demonstrate a critical attitude when reasoning the possibilities and limitations of applying the theories of management and related sciences to solve the issues of business management process and activities of various types and industries organisations.

Research Skills

B1To apply verbal and graphic ways of explaining ideas, the methods of mathematical and statistical analysis and information communication technologies when assessing industrial management, economic and technological information quantitatively.
B2To use an innovative and creative attitude when dealing with the problems caused by organisation management, technological development and business environment.
B3To employ qualitative and quantitative research methods that enable to know organisation and business environment and managerial and technological processes in it, formalise research methods while integrating them into a broader context of problem solving.
B4To apply deduction, induction and analogy when presenting the arguments or opinion of the studied science area, substantiating recommendations for solving problems of various types and industries organisation and business environment.
B5To create and apply monitoring systems of employing quality assurance of technological operations and procedures in various industries and its relations with other processes of organisation and industry.

Subject–Specific Skills

C1To recognise and assess critically the implications due to management of different types and industries of business organisations and the ways to deal with them in the context of organisation, business or society.
C2To be able to prepare business development plans and organise their implementation.
For graduates of Process Management :
C3To be able to apply the concepts of management while identifying organisation and process management problems, integrating their solutions for common business goal in the context of rapidly changing environment and technology development.
For graduates of Project Management :
C4To be able to prepare and implement projects relevant for the organisation based on competent analysis of project activity and project management maturity.
For graduates of Energy Management :
C5To be able to identify management problems and argue managerial decisions, applying managerial concepts and methods, according to the formation principals of energy politics in the context of sustainable development.
For graduates of Manufacturing Management :
C6To be able identify management problems and argue managerial decisions, applying managerial concepts and methods, according to the specifics and technologic peculiarities of manufacturing enterprises.
For graduates of Fashion Management :
C7To be able to identify management problems and argue managerial decisions, applying managerial concepts and methods, according to the engineering and managerial peculiarities of fashion business.
For graduates of Logistics Management:
C8To be able identify management problems and argue managerial decisions, applying managerial concepts and methods, according to the specifics of departments of logistics or logistics enterprise.

Social Skills

D1To be able to communicate and cooperate with specialists of a relevant professional sphere and society; to render consistent and understandable thoughts about acquired knowledge, results of conducted research, decisions made in the studied science area in a written form and orally, using Lithuanian and international economic terminology.
D2To discuss constructively and work responsibly in traditional/virtual work groups and interdisciplinary teams following professional ethics and public spirit.

Personal Skills

E1To be able to determine learning needs and to study independently in order to improve professional qualification in the context of lifelong learning.
E2To demonstrate professional and ethical behaviour, creativeness and innovativeness when proposing solutions to management problems, perceiving their ethical and social consequences in the context of sustainable development.

"These studies have provided a solid basis for the start of my career and its continuity. The main value of the study program – the best quality package of latest management and technological knowledge and competencies has allowed to get my dream job faster, to strengthen my position in the labor market and to speed-up my career. During the years of my studies, I have gained valuable knowledge and skills in IT, engineering, innovation, economics, modern management, logistics, marketing, finance and many other areas, which help me in making the right decisions faster, achieving my goals easier" - Mr. Mantas Makulavičius, Head of JSC „Milsa“

"Currently we have a situation that labor market is dominated by only management or only technology professionals, thus technology companies are facing difficulties in finding staff with combined technology and management knowledge and skills. By no doubt, in such situation graduates of this program have a strong competitive advantage in the market over other graduates of similar profile. As a special benefit of this program, I would emphasize the flexibility of the competences acquired and relevance to modern technology business workforce needs " - Dr. Kristina Keršienė, head of HR and administration at JSC „Littelfuse“


From. Technology company business manager. Technology company business project manager. Head of a sub-division in a technology company. Head of a division in a technology company. To. Head of a technology company.

Graduates work in

"Kitron". "Littelfuse". "Schmitz Cargobull Baltic". "Neogroup". "Lietuvos energija". "Amilina". "Achema". "Linas Agro Group". "Kalnapilio-Tauro grupė". "Stumbras". "Pieno žvaigždės". "Lietuvos geležinkeliai". "Lifosa". "Arvi". "Vičiūnai". "Biovela"." Mantinga". Other.


Viciunai group. "Kauno grūdai". „Littelfuse“. „Mantinga“. „Lietuvos energija“. Other.

Other opportunities

1. The creation of training companies
2. Participation in on-demand business projects
3. Participation in interdisciplinary research
4. Project activities
5. Other

1 semester

CourseNational CreditsECTS
1Microeconomics (S180B301)66
2Mathematics 1 (P130B005)66
3Innovative Information Technologies (P170B107)66
4Business Ethics (S190B111)33
5Electives of Individual Health Education 201633
6Electives of Philosophy 201666

2 semester

CourseNational CreditsECTS
1Engineering Mechanics (T210B168)66
2Management (S190B376)66
3Macroeconomics (S180B305)66
4Mathematics 2 (P160B015)66
5Foreign Language Electives (Level C1) 201666

3 semester

CourseNational CreditsECTS
1Business Process Management (S189B385)66
2Economic Statistics (S190B427)66
3Human Resources Management (S189B155)66
4Basics of Accounting (S192B003)66
5Fundamentals of Marketing (S191B129)66

4 semester

CourseNational CreditsECTS
1Quality Management (S189B410)66
2Applications for business (S190B144)66
3Fundamentals of Finance (S181B526)66
4Business Law (S114B254)66
5Enterprise Resource Planning (S184B399)66

5 semester

CourseNational CreditsECTS
1Sales Management (S189B186)66
2International Business (S185B001)66
3Management Accounting (S192B002)66
4Value-added Chain (S190B143)66
5Specialization Electives66

6 semester

CourseNational CreditsECTS
1Innovation Management (S190B137)66
2Lean production system (S189B144)66
3Optional Subjects 201766
4Specialization Electives1212

7 semester

CourseNational CreditsECTS
1Project Management (S190B121)66
2Analysis of Enterprise Performance (S181B002)66
3Electronic Business (S191B010)66
4Electives of Course Project66
5Specialization Electives66

8 semester

CourseNational CreditsECTS
1Practice (S000B109)1515
2Final Degree Project (S000B108)1515

Specialization Subjects

CourseNational CreditsECTS
Energy Management
1Energetics in Modern Civilization (T200B107)66
2Energy Policy (S180B126)66
3Energy Sources (T140B134)66
4Introduction to Sustainable Development (S189B106)66
Logistics Management
1Fundamentals of Logistics (S190B146)66
2International Logistics (S186B001)66
3Management of Logistics Centers (S189B169)66
4Transport Logistics (S189B170)66
Manufacturing Management
1Intellectual Property (S190B005)66
2Manufacturing and Quality Control (S189B168)66
3New Product Development (S190B147)66
4Production Engineering and Technologies (T130B153)66

Electives of Course Project

CourseNational CreditsECTS
1Business Simulations (S190B101)66
2Creative Practice DEMOLA (PR00B171)66
3Establishment of Training Companies (S190B150)66
4Technology Entrepreneurship (S000B177)66

Electives of Individual Health Education 2016

CourseNational CreditsECTS
1Health Education for the Sportsmen Persons (B710B001)33
2Personal Health Education (B710B195)33

Electives of Philosophy 2016

CourseNational CreditsECTS
1Media Philosophy (H120B111)66
2Philosophy (H120B031)66

Foreign Language Electives (Level C1) 2016

CourseNational CreditsECTS
1English Language (Level C1) (H570B104)66
2German Language (Level C1) (H530B101)66
3French Language (Level C1) (H460B104)66
4Russian Language (level C1) (H595B103)66