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Published on Dec 6, 2015
The program spans four semesters with an average of ten class hours per week. Studies will be held twice a week, on Friday (mornings-afternoons) and Monday (evenings) so that working students may maintain their jobs. Successful graduates of the program will be granted a Master of Science degree in Industrial Engineering and Management.
The degree is contingent upon the completion of at least 40 credits , 12 credits from compulsory courses and four credits for the Final Project. The remaining credits are for elective courses in the field of industrial engineering (the emphasis of these courses is on planning and a systemic view) and management.
Every graduate must complete a final project in his second year. The objective of the Final Project is to provide an opportunity for the graduates to utilize their new knowledge and tools in solving real-world engineering or managerial problems that are relevant to their place of employment. The Final Project must be scientifically based and relevant, and should include theory, numerical study, or a trial.