Base of organizations
Operations form the base of every organization, whether in manufacturing, service or non-profit industries. Operations Management & Logistics is a multidisciplinary field that comprises disciplines such as product development, quality management, logistics, information systems and human resource management. Operations extend from the performance management of a group of design engineers or building in quality-feedback loops to the precise prediction of production and delivery performance. Supply chain management and the design of information architectures for e-business are also part of operations management.
The Master’s degree program provides theory, tools, and techniques for the management of operations. You will apply the knowledge that you gain during the program in the various projects, in which you will learn what it means to carry out your own research. You will learn how to analyze the current operational performance of an organization, how to explain it in terms of quality, cost and time, and how to improve this performance by redesigning business processes.
University Guide to Master's 2016: OML the best!
The Guide to choosing a Master’s program 2016 cites the Operations Management & Logistics study program as the best in its field. The current 2016 ranking is based on the average score of the NSE student surveys that were conducted between 2013 and 2015, of which the last one was conducted in February 2015, prior to the introduction of the revised master's programs. Hence, the evaluations are based on the old-style master's programs.
The Eindhoven University of Technology was also the best ranked Dutch University in the Global Employability Survey.
This program is legally recognized and accredited by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO).