Project Management & Knowledge Management

The first part of this course covers; Techniques and tools of project management, use of network flow techniques including critical path management (PM/CPM), planning systems concepts, time management, conflicts, cost and resource control, tradeoffs, and sensitivity analyses, PERT/Cost and project crashing. To have an effective project management, knowledge management should be tackled. In the

MOT 622

Master’s Thesis

Students are expected to prepare their Master’s theses under the supervision of the graduate student’s advisory committee and present and defend their theses infront of the assigned examining committee. Students are encouraged to select subjects for the Theses from their work environment.

MOT 650

Masters Research Project

The project shall provide evidence that the candidate has acquired, to a satisfactory degree, the ability: to master theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of Technology Management, to search for references, review literatures, comprehend the subjects, use modern scientific and technological tools to formulate ideas, conduct research, study, analyze, and present the research results in

MOT 649

Directed Studies

In this course, students follow in-depth directed study in a given topic or field of their choice under the close supervision of a faculty member. A student may repeat the course for credit provided that the topic or field of choice is different. Repeating the course for credit requires the approval of the program director.


Selected Topics in Management of Technology

This course is tailored to introduce students to the latest advances in fields that are related to their specialization in management of technology, and/or to focus on a specific area of particular interest to the discipline. Course contents may vary from term to term to address emerging subjects.


Advanced Topics in Industrial Systems

This course is intended to provide the student with understanding of industrial systems paradigms, their objectives, evolution and enabling technologies. The course will cover also automation in advanced systems and computer integrated manufacturing. Modeling and control of automatic production systems will be discussed as well as the new sustainable and green systems with new energy and materials


New Trends in Information and communication Technology

This course provides students with the knowledge to understand trends in new and emerging information and communication technologies, assess its impact and potential benefits, and identify strategies for managing the introduction of these technologies in today’s organizations. This course covers advances in data management, data communications, electronic commerce, multimedia, web technologies and

MOT 627

Quality Management

This course is composed of three parts. The introductory part includes: the definition of quality, the relationship between quality and cost, Deming’s theory. The tools and methods part includes: stabilizing and improving processes with control charts, attributes control chart, variables control charts, out-of-control pattern analysis, process capability studies and inspection policies. The third

MOT 626

Environmental Management& Ethics

In the first part of this course, students will be exposed to the problems associated with industrial development and sustainability, as well as environmental hazards and their impact on health and safety, environmental management programs, ISO 14000 and international standards. The second part of the course includes an introduction to morality and ethics as defined and distinguished. Applied

MOT 625

Problem Solving & Decision Making

This course aims to familiarize the student with management science tools for business systems analysis and improvement. The coverage includes linear and integer programming models, project management, transportation algorithm, simulation, queuing theory and decision trees and analysis. Some widely used software will be illustrated through examples and case studies derived from business

MOT 624

Systems Engineering

Introductory course to systems engineering for graduate students that offers traditional design processes to accommodate specific requirements and capabilities, and to match the constantly changing requirements and the introduction of new technologies in a continuing and evolutionary basis.. The content of the course follows typical system design life cycle. It correlates the different disciplines

MOT 623

Fundamentals of Technology Management

This course introduces the interdisciplinary aspects of the Management of Technology. It includes: Engineering, science and management principles contributing to the development of a successful framework for managing technological resources within a country or an organization. Technology as the engine of wealth creation, technology life cycles, the process of technological innovation

MOT 601

Microeconomics and Competitiveness

While sound macroeconomic policies, stable legal and political institutions, as well as improving social conditions, create the potential for competitiveness, wealth is actually created at the microeconomic level. This course explores the determinants of competitiveness and successful economic development viewed from a bottom-up, microeconomic perspective. It covers the patterns of supply and

MOT 621

Financial Management

The Financial Management course encompasses two different aspects of finance. The first part deals with issues related to the operational needs of funds, and analyzes the characteristics of different investments in assets, qualities and the interpretations of each of them, risks and costs, as well as investment policies in currency congruent with the product, the market and the environment. In the

FINC 601

Marketing Management

This course exposes students to the fundamental and emerging concepts of marketing, the analytical tools and the “language” of marketing in both industrial and service organizations are used. Topics include the 5 Cs of marketing analysis (Company, Customers, Competition, Collaborators, and Context), the STP marketing process (Segmentation, Targeting, and Positioning), and the 4 Ps marketing mix

MKTG 601

Management and Leadership

This course focuses on managerial skills and effective leadership from a practical perspective. It covers key processes in organizations that include organizational issues; global perspectives; managerial functions and decision making; culture, values and beliefs; leadership potential; leadership traits and competencies; leadership ethics; effective leadership and effective management of the