Curricula, research laboratories and professional Faculty and staff are our recipe for training a new generation of scientists, engineers, managers and designers with innovative, multi - disciplinary and breakthrough thinking.
The biggest faculty at the Institute is also one of the largest Israeli breeding grounds for leading engineers, who are most successful in integrating into various branches of industry and contributing to the progress of the State of Israel as a leading technological power.
This Faculty is a leader in Israel in the field of alternative energy, and its members engage in various aspects of R&D in this area.
In the recent years, the Faculty of Design has become a magnet for the future generation of designers. Its curriculum encourages independent, creative and critical thinking. The rich variety of inspiring workshops, close cooperation with industry and constant interaction with the other faculties at HIT grant its graduates professional, managerial and academic proficiencies, considered among the best in Israel.
The Faculty of Technology Management is unique in Israel. It trains Bachelor and Master Degree students to manage complex techno-engineering projects and to cope with the managerial challenges involved: budget management, scheduling, manpower management, quality control and how to maintain the satisfaction of the stockholders and project clients.
The The Department of Instructional Technologies is a one-of-a-kind department in Israel. It grants its graduates a Bachelor degree in this field. This faculty is the right place for students interested in the worlds of new media and digital content, who aspire to transform their hobbies into a profession in demand. The studies in this faculty suit people with backgrounds in instruction and training or interactive design, and those who think 'outside the box' and are interested in combining their creative natures with their training ability.
The Departments of Applied Mathematics and of Computer Sciences prepare quality graduates with scientific skills and breakthrough creativity to stand at the forefront of technology and to cope with the fascinating challenges it poses them.
he Department of General Studies and English is entrusted with two major learning components in the training of B. A. students: basic studies and English studies. Basic studies grant knowledge and thinking skills in the areas of culture, society, the humanities and the environment, to supplement technological specialization. The English studies impart the abilities to read and analyze professional texts, essential for any professional career.