Bachelor's Degree in Logistics
The BA in Logistics, established thanks to the generosity of the Livnat Family,
The studies in our department aims to provide students with both academic and professional knowledge in the fields of management, operation logistics and economics. Logistics is the study of the movement of materials and of the provision of services associated with an organization. Logistics focuses on the organization's productive core and the services involved in providing essential materials in the required quantity, at the appropriate quality, and at the right time, place and cost.
Acceptance requirements (not final)
Psychometric exam – general grade of 580
High school matriculation -- grade average of 90
Additional departmental considerations
There are four areas of study:
- basics (e.g., mathematics, statistics, operations research, organizational
- core logistic subjects (e.g., basics of logistics, purchasing and inventory management, transportation, maintenance, integrated logistic support)
- information systems (e.g., computer applications, IT management, and application of logistical IT)
- economics (e.g., introduction to micro and macro economics, micro and macro theories and applications, and financing)
Graduates of our logistic program of studies readily find employment in all branches of the Israeli market including purchasing and distribution, procurement and maintenance, management and operation of transport and IT systems and other similar structures. Many graduates are employed in banking, economics and general management.
Studies towards Advanced Degrees
In 2004, the Department of Management introduced a Masters in Logistics Management. Each year some 90 students participate in one of the program's study tracks (with and without thesis). A doctoral program was established in 2007. Additional possibilities for advanced degrees include: Business Administration, Law, Accounting and others.
Logistic Studies - Work-Study Program
The Department of Management offers a study program towards a first degree in Logistics while the candidate is working or engaged in doing military service. The program enables full-time working students to integrate their studies with their work. This program is identical in scope to the requirements and programs of the university for first degree study program in Logistics as detailed in the University's Bulletin and the departmental website.
The study program is structured as follows:
Study duration – three years (9 semesters); studies take place on Tuesdays (14:00 – 21:00) and on Fridays (8:00 - 14:00). If necessary additional make-up periods will be scheduled.
It is emphasized that this program only includes the department's courses and responsibility for fulfilling or completing other degree requirements (such as English or Jewish studies) are the personal responsibility of the student.