What makes this program unique

What sets the undergraduate program in industrial engineering and management at Afeka apart is its emphasis on combining theory and practice. In addition to acquiring broad, contemporary theoretical and academic knowledge, industrial engineering and management students are exposed to practical tools and real-life examples from the industry. Thus, they get to see how theory and practice are combined within engineering, and to adequately prepare for their own encounter with the industry.

The Afeka College curriculum

The B.Sc program in industrial engineering and management offers three specialization tracks: operations management, information systems, and business analytics. Students learn the core subjects of the profession, including lab sessions and training on the latest software. The curriculum also features unique courses that provide contemporary knowledge and address the market’s demands of industrial engineers. The curriculum is continuously updated to grant alumni an edge in the job market.

Industrial engineering and management program faculty

Our faculty members have extensive industry experience and advanced research skills in all curricular subjects, leading to a high academic level within the program. The study atmosphere is pleasant and supportive, with learning in small classrooms. Students benefit from a personal rapport with teachers, who guide, direct, and advise them throughout their studies.