Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering (B.Sc)

Our Bachelor of Electrical Engineering program is committed to providing students with a comprehensive education that equips them with the knowledge, skills, and ethical foundation required to excel as electrical engineers in a rapidly evolving technological landscape. Our mission is to create a dynamic learning environment that fosters critical thinking, innovation, and a strong sense of ethical responsibility, preparing graduates to contribute to electrical engineering significantly and successfully face real-world challenges.

Our program aims to provide a solid knowledge base, promote hands-on learning, encourage innovation, develop problem-solving skills, teach ethical responsibility, encourage interdisciplinary collaboration, equip with a global perspective, provide a foundation that fosters continuous learning and adaptability, teach communication and professional skills, and prepare them for careers in the field.

Through these tools, we aim to produce graduates with technical capabilities and the creativity, ethical awareness, and interpersonal skills necessary to contribute to the advancement of electrical engineering, drive innovation, and positively impact society.

The undergraduate study program aims to train electrical engineers in the areas of modern knowledge in the field. Graduates of the program will be qualified to join the knowledge-rich industry or pursue advanced studies in research groups in leading universities worldwide. The program is designed to be completed over four academic years (eight semesters). The single major curriculum is structured and thorough and cannot be taken as a partial program.

Studies begin with imparting solid theoretical knowledge of the fundamentals (mathematics, physics, programming, and electronics) during the first two years of study. Students then specialize in two of five possible tracks (communications, signal processing, electro-optics, nano-electronics, and bioengineering). Each track provides rich theoretical and practical knowledge, including many laboratory courses that enhance the practical understanding, illustrating the theoretical knowledge acquired through first-hand experience. The laboratories have top-of-the-line equipment, providing students with the finest learning opportunities.

The highlight of the engineer's training is the final project, which is carried out throughout the year. The project allows students to apply the knowledge acquired during study to solving an engineering or research problem. The project is carried out under the close supervision of a senior faculty member.

The electrical engineering program has three possible majors:

1. Electrical engineering—single major

2. Electrical engineering—quantum major

3. Electrical engineering—neuro-engineering major