B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Dr. Yotam Peled - Head, Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics

Modern electrical engineering encompasses many fields including hardware and software systems based on electronic, optical, biological and other devices, which are applied in many walks of life: research and development, commercial and military areas, computers, medical equipment, cellphones, cameras, robots, satellites and more.

The study tracks in the department provide the graduate with the tools to cope with present and future engineering problems with emphasis on specialization in computerization, electronic devices and power systems. The power systems track allows graduates to register with the Architects and Engineers Registry, and thus also deal with aspects of creating electricity as a main energy source, and delivering it to end-users in a safe and efficient manner.

The teaching staff at the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering studies includes professionals with a wealth of experience in industry and the academic world, who have accumulated many years of teaching and are fully conversant with the needs of Israeli industry. They are therefore equipped to provide an optimal learning experience tailored to the market’s needs.

One of the great advantages of studying at Kinneret College is the personal attention to each and every student. Small lecture classes allow for effective learning and a personal touch from the teaching staff. in addition, the administrative staff provides a supportive environment that helps to create a great learning atmosphere.

The laboratories in the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering are equipped with modern apparatus, similar to the equipment used in the industry. The experience that the students gain using these apparatus, on top of the final project performed in close collaboration with local industries, allow graduates to find employment immediately after graduations. Indeed, our graduates are employed at numerous plants all over Israel, in a wide range of fields.

About the department

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Kinneret College has permanent approval from the CHE, and the degree is recognized for registry in the Architects and Engineers Registry – both in the electronics section and the power systems section.

About the degree

Due to the paucity of natural resources in Israel, it is extremely important to the strength and growth of Israel to maintain and strengthen hi-tech areas. Electrical and Electronics Engineering includes a vast number of engineering-scientific fields that comprise almost all of the knowledge-intensive industries: electronics, computers, signal processing, and communications. Modern electrical engineering covers many fields including hardware and software systems based on electronic, optical, biological and other devices, which are applied in many walks of life: research and development, commercial and military areas, computers, medical equipment, cellphones, cameras, robots, satellites and more.

The study tracks provide the graduate with the tools to cope with present and future engineering problems with emphasis on specialization in computerization, electronic devices and power systems. The power systems track allows graduates to deal with aspects of creating electricity as a main energy source, and delivering it to end-users in a safe and efficient way.

The Israeli labor market always needs more electrical and electronics engineers; and our graduates are very much in demand.

Study program

The study program in Electrical and Electronics Engineering is composed of the following main areas:

  • Basic courses – provide a wide and in-depth infrastructure in scientific subjects (with emphasis on mathematics and physics). For students who lack the appropriate background for engineering studies, the college offers pre-academic mechina studies to help them achieve the entry level for engineering.
  • Basic engineering courses – provide basic knowledge in the many aspects of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, and prepare the students for any professional branch of electrical engineering they might eventually work in.
  • Specialization courses – provide in-depth engineering knowledge and tools concerning devices, computerization, and power systems.
  • Final engineering project – is designed to allow the students to implement and hone the knowledge they have acquired and the skills they have developed to solve an engineering problem in an educated and guided manner.