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The Faculty of Engineering is trying to be the bridge between sciences and humanities

Prof. Yossi Rosenwaks, dean of the Faculty of Engineering at Tel Aviv University, told The Jerusalem Post about the BSc in Engineering with a program in the Humanities and how the high-tech industry benefit with such a program. Also introducing the “High Tech Plus” program, enabling undergraduate students to combine engineering studies with all dual-disciplinary courses, including from the humanities and social sciences.

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