Graduating skilled professionals capable of competing in the local and international market in designing, installing, and maintaining solar energy systems.

Admission Requirements and the Required Credit Hours:

Passing the General Secondary Examination (Tawjihi) or its equivalent in all streams.

Credit hours required for obtaining the degree in this program:

Total Free Major Requirements (51)  Program Requirements  Faculty Requirements 
75 0 Elective Compulsory Elective Compulsory Elective Compulsory 
0 51 0 8 0 16

Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs): Upon the completion of this specialization, students are expected to be able to:

  1. Analyze electrical diagrams and solar maps.
  2. Determine appropriate energy systems based on location and available resources.
  3. Use tools and equipment to install solar power panels and networks.
  4. Interpret electrical diagrams and solar maps.
  5. Install solar energy systems and protect the local environment from pollution.
  6. Measure accurately consumption, savings, and storage in solar energy systems.
  7. Maintain different solar energy system devices, equipment, and tools.
  8. Express oneself verbally.
  9. Write technical reports.

Potential Workplace: Graduates can work in/for:

  1. Alternative energy systems companies.
  2. Electricity companies.
  3. Developmental institutions involved in alternative energy network projects, especially solar energy.
  4. Private and governmental schools, especially industrial ones.
  5. Private and governmental institutions, such as the Palestinian Energy and Natural Resources Authority, focused on the environment and energy.
  6. Scientific research areas related to the environment and energy, such as the Palestinian Environmental Quality Authority.
  7. Pursue further education and training in specialized fields at universities and technological institutes.
  8. Entrepreneurial opportunities through executing different projects and contracts.

Potential Job Titles:

  1. Solar Energy Technician.
  2. Solar Energy Technologist.