M.S. Pharmaceutical Systems Management

The master’s program in Pharmaceutical Systems Management is designed to train and educate professionals for careers in the pharmaceutical industry by providing them with skills in the areas of quantitative systems analysis, planning and design of pharmaceutical process operations and project management and implementation, relative to all technology-intensive operations in this highly sophisticated industry. Offered by the Department of Industrial and Mechanical Engineering in collaboration with the Pharmaceutical Engineering program, the program integrates a strong focus on technically oriented operations management with advanced knowledge of pharmaceutical manufacturing, validation, clinical research and development processes.             

Core Faculty

Jonathan Smitherson

Abdel-Malek, Layek

Professor

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Abdel-Malek, Layek
Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engr
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MEC 302
Jonathan Smitherson

Armenante, Piero M

Distinguished Professor

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Armenante, Piero M
Distinguished Professor, Chemical & Materials Engineering
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120 YCEES
Jonathan Smitherson

Bladikas, Athanassios

Associate Professor

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Bladikas, Athanassios
Associate Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engr
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208 MEC
Jonathan Smitherson

Buyuktahtakin-Toy, Ismet E

Associate Professor

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Buyuktahtakin-Toy, Ismet E
Associate Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engr
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5701b GITC
Jonathan Smitherson

Cai, Wenbo

Associate Professor

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Cai, Wenbo
Associate Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engr
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MEC 308
Jonathan Smitherson

Das, Sanchoy K

Professor

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Das, Sanchoy K
Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engr
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319 MIE Building
Jonathan Smitherson

Ranky, Paul G

Professor

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Ranky, Paul G
Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engr
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ME 310, NJIT, Newark

Advisement

Jonathan Smitherson

Das, Sanchoy K

Professor

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Das, Sanchoy K
Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engr
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319 MIE Building