Lev Campus features a state-of-the-art fitness center. The facility is fully equipped with a wide range of exercise equipment, cardio machines, changing rooms and showers.
Filtered internet access; Career Counselling Center; Remedial assistance in small groups; Academic tutors; Psycho-didactic testing;Organized special events- shabbatonim, trips, sports competitions, & volunteering.
Lev Campus offers both dairy and meat cafeterias where food can be purchased at a subsidized price.
Lev Campus has 10 on-site dormitory buildings that accommodate single men as well as couples with young children. Dorms are affordable and offer an excellent setting to focus on study as well as accessibility to all of the College's facilities and services.
The world of computers is synonymous with fast-paced development and change. Computers have practical use in almost every aspect of our lives, including industry, commerce, and medicine.
The Computer Science Department offers a B.S. degree. This area of study provides students with a basic understanding of computer programming, computer basics, the structure of the computer, its operating systems and hardware, and inter-computer communications.
The Department of Computer Science is certified by the Israel Office of Information Systems Analysts.
Department Head: Dr. Dan Bouhnik
During 3 years of study students must accumulate 120 credits composed of required courses and electives.
Calculus I, II for Engineers, Linear Algebra I, II, Differential Equations, Finite Mathematics, Mathematical Logic, Probability and Statistics for Engineers
Principles of Computer Science: Introduction to Computer Science(Lecture+Lab), Introduction to Computer Communication, Data Structures, Workshop in C++, Analysis of Algorithms, Logic & Functional Programming, Object-Oriented Programming, Computability and Computational Complexity, Automata & Formal Languages, Compilers & Interpreters
Software and Systems Engineering: Digital Systems, Computer Architecture, Operating Systems, Database Systems and Mini-Project, Fundamentals of Programming Languages, Software Engineering and Design and Mini-Project
Classes meet 4 days a week (Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday) in the afternoons during the fall, spring, and summer semesters.
Yeshiva learning takes place in the mornings.
The Business Administration curriculum is modeled on programs developed in leading universities around the world, and combines studies in management and marketing with a background in technology. The curriculum incorporates both lectures and practical research projects which challenge students to apply their knowledge to real life situations. Graduates from the program have acquired leading positions in the business and high-tech sectors, both in Israel and abroad. In addition, many graduates continue their studies towards advanced academic degrees.
Department Head: Dr. Yossi Tobol
During 3 years of study students must accumulate 130 credits composed of required courses and electives.
Math, Probability and Statistics for Business Administration, Computer Applications in Management, Financial Accounting and Managerial Accounting for Business Administration, Principles of Finance, Business Law, Commercial Law, Introduction to Micro-Economics, Introduction to Macro-Economics, English for Business Management, Business Ethics, Economy of Israel
Information Systems: Introduction to Information Systems for Accountants, Advanced Computer Applications for Accounting, Business Intelligence, Sales Strategies
Marketing: Marketing Management, Research Methods for Marketing, Consumer Behavior, Sales Strategies
Management: Principles of Management, Operational Research for Business Management, Human Resources Administration, Organizational Behavior
Finance: Analysis of Financial Reports for Business Management, Fiscal and Monetary Policy in an Open Economy, Advanced Issues in Finance
Integrated Courses: Business Strategy, Business Strategy and Imperfect Competition Seminar - Product Forecasting and Innovation, Entrepreneurship I, Intern Project, Final Project
We now offer this program in a “concentrated” format - just a day and a half of studies per week (Tuesday afternoons and evenings, and Friday mornings) during the fall, spring, and summer semesters with limited online courses. This framework allows students to spend the majority of their time in a Yeshiva program, while working towards their degree.
*Opening of the program is contingent on the number of registered students. The program is subject to changes, at the discretion of the Jerusalem College of Technology.