Department Head's message
Dear Candidates and Students:
Our department, the Department of Management, offers the opportunity for higher education in logistics and technology management (BA). Our Technology management program focuses on the design, development, operation, and use of technological products. It concentrates on providing various services to companies and organizations in order to increase their market value and efficiency.
Our core program is the Logistics Management program. We have two options for this program – extended and major, which includes an imbedded double major with Data Sciences. The program was initiated in 1989 and has had a long-lasting tradition of continuous improvement to the incorporation of modern achievements in both management theory and practice. The logistics studies in the department of management enable students to grow from an undergraduate to the graduate and PhD level, and offer extensive opportunities for the aspiring managers to become proficient in supply chain, transportation, operations, purchase and other aspects of logistics management. Furthermore, for those who are already experienced managers, we offer an executive track to capitalize, implement, and advance their managerial skills and knowledge.
In addition to the Supply Chain Management and Logistics MA, our department offers two graduate programs for those who wish to specialize in industrial and healthcare system management. The Industrial Management graduate (MA) program demands rigorous performance and, in turn, provides students with unique and specific qualities and skills, which enable them to bridge the gap between theory and practice of industrial management. A master's degree in Health System Administration (MHA), both general and the Public Health track, is designed for students within the Israeli health care system, international health care systems, hospital management, risk management, epidemiology, health ethics and medical legislation, and aims at providing our graduates with the necessary tools for becoming an executive manager within the various healthcare systems.
All our graduate programs are planned in a single academic year, containing three consecutive semesters, and have a thesis-based track for those interested in research and in PhD in future. We seek collaboration with the industry on research projects that would allow our students to apply their knowledge as well as successfully pursue careers in logistics, industrial and health care management.
On behalf of our department, I thank you for your interest and personally invite you to visit the department and explore the resources and opportunities available to our students.
Professor Konstantin Kogan
The Founder and the first Head of the Department of Management.