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Electrical engineering is the driving force behind our smartphone, the microchips in our computers, the electric car we’ll soon be driving, and the systems that power factories, cities, and entire states both routinely and in emergencies. It is also linked to speech and image processing technologies, which are based on electric signals and which allow to diagnose illness, navigate roads using audio assistants, and even identify potential defense hazards or security events. Electrical engineering is a broad and diverse discipline that includes communications, signal processing, image and video processing, power, energy, control, electronics, and computers. Electrical engineers take part in designing and developing innovative technologies, products, systems, and devices – from nanotech devices and tiny processors, to the massive grids that power cities and states – thus directly affecting modern society and world economy
The field of Electrical and Electronic Engineering incorporate a broad diapason of scientific-engineering occupations that touch on all facets of industry, and are therefore considered sought-after fields of study all over the world.
The broad engineering knowledge offered by the Afeka College curriculum in the fields of Electrical Engineering, alongside a range of vital skills, places the Afeka College Electrical Engineering graduate on the leading edge of technology and trains the students to take up key positions as engineers of the future in hi-tech companies, public and Government institutes and in leading organizations in the fields of electricity, electronics, defense and communications, and also to continue their studies for advanced academic degrees
Afeka’s undergraduate program in electrical engineering is focused on training engineers at a high professional level, and equipping them with the skills and proficiencies they need in order to enter the job market. The college continuously collaborates with the industry, updating the curriculum according to ongoing industry needs and trends. Among other things, this includes joint seminars and conferences, as well the opportunity for students to experience real work with companies and organizations, as part of their graduation project.Read more
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