M.Sc. degree in Industrial Engineering and Management
School Head: Prof. Ehud Manipaz
M.Sc. Program Head: Prof. Reuven Karni
Study Term: Two Years
The M.Sc. Program awards its graduates with a M.Sc. degree in Industrial Engineering and Management (Without a Thesis)
The School of Industrial Engineering and Mannagement is glad to announce the opening of the M.Sc. program (without a thesis). The studies shall span over two years, one day a week, as well as on Fridays, if necessary.
The program offers two specialization majors:
- Operations Management: this major is intended for holders of a B.Sc. degree in Engineering and provides advanced knowledge and tools in industrial engineering, operation arrays management, manufacture array planning, and more.
- Industrial Management: A unique major for specialization in the Retail Management Field, intended for industrial and management engineers, as well as holders of B.Sc. in Engineering and other disciplines (business management, social sciences, life sciences, design and more), who are working in the consumer sector, wholesale chains, retailers or advisory companies to organizations in such fields, or to managers or those intending to establish businesses in these fields.
This program is the only one of its kind in Israel and was jointly developed with leading managers of the industry, including the deputy CEO of Microsoft Israel, CEO of Teldor and the Deputy CEO for Information Systems of Pelephone.
The curriculum was developed in association with seniors of the Israeli market in order to tailor it to the current and future requirements of Israeli companies, and therefore, the curriculum includes leading academic and managerial content in industrial engineering, management sciences and retail management.
The faculty consists of experts from Israel and abroad in various fields, such as: performance review, simulation, customer behavior, entrepreneurship, and more; and includes such experts as Prof. Nelson Freeman of the Columbia University and Prof. Michal Pinedo of the New York University, who are considered two of the worldwide leading researchers and lecturers in the fields of retail and operations management.