Combined program towards the degree of a Bachelor's of Science in Computer Science and Physics.
This combined program is designated for outstanding students, and is administered jointly by the Computer Science and Physics faculties. It is an admission track requiring application at the time of registration to the Technion.
Career Options and Job Opportunities
The aim of this track is to give students a solid basis in both physics and computer science, which will enable them to participate in,and lead research and development in these areas. Enrolled in this track are excellent students, most of whom continue to graduate studies in one of the two faculties according to their preference. Some are admitted to other leading universities or join the hi-tech industry.
This track is especially suited for students interested in training in inter-disciplinary subjects, such as: quantum computing, physics of computer science, scientific computing, computational physics, intelligent systems, optics and image processing, optical communication, dynamics and more. Moreover, graduates of this track acquire deep know-how which will help them substantially in any direction they will decide to choose in academia or industry for their future career.
The eight-semester program includes all required courses of both Physics and Computer Science. The courses in this program are evenly distributed between physics and computer science.
Students are awarded the degree "a Bachelor's of Science (BSc) in Computer Science and Physics". The curriculum covers the material of the three-year degrees of both faculties.
Each student belongs to one of the host faculties, Physics or Computer Science, according to his/her choice. However, the students will benefit from services given by both faculties and specifically will be given access to the libraries, computer farms and laboratories of both faculties.
Graduates of the combined program in Computer Science and Physics will be able to continue their studies in the Physics or in the Computer Science faculties. During the master's degree studies, either in Computer Science or in Physics, these graduates will be considered as graduates of a four-year track program.