Electrical and electronic engineering is a broad field that constitutes a combination of exact sciences and practical practical needs. In fact, electrical and electronic engineering takes scientific principles from the fields of physics and mathematics and applies them to an innovative world in which new technological inventions are developed every day.
The technological developments today in the fields of computers, communications and medicine are based mostly on the development of electronic engineering.
The role of an electronics engineer includes a wide range of subjects including computers, communications, signal and image processing, electronic devices and integrated circuits, electro-optics, bio-electronics, antennas and radiation and energy conversion.
The 4-year program in the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering gives the student theoretical and practical knowledge in the basic subjects of electrical engineering. The studies include theoretical and practical expertise in the field, using sophisticated methods of planning using advanced software tools.
In the third year of studies, the student chooses between a specialization track in electronic engineering and a specialization in electrical systems engineering.
Towards the end of the studies, each student conducts a final project under the supervision of a faculty member from the department or in cooperation with the industry.
Graduates of this program have many occupational integration options available to them. Graduates enter the high-tech world as development engineers, system engineers and electrical engineers.
Graduates in electro-optic engineering are scattered throughout a variety of private companies and in the defense establishment, including the Israel Defense Forces, the Israel Aerospace Industries and more.