INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM INFORMATION
Level of Qualification: First Cycle
The objective of this program is to graduate students who
- are capable of solving problems in their area of expertise by implementing basic principles of Industrial and Systems Engineering,
- play an important role in the analysis, design, implementation and improvement of production and service systems,
- contribute to the scientific output in the area of Industrial and Systems Engineering through academic research
Our graduates will increase the efficiency and enable optimal utilization of resources in the private and public sector organizations and design products, process and systems that best meet requirements; they will also contribute to science as part of academic organizations.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Adequate background in Mathematics, Natural Sciences and the Industrial and Systems Engineering discipline;
- Ability to identify, model and solve complex problems in the area of Industrial and Systems Engineering
- Ability to design a complex system, process, device or product under realistic constraints and conditions, in such a way as to meet the desired requirements.
- Ability to employ information technologies effectively in Industrial and Systems Engineering applications and develop and/or use modern techniques and tools for these applications.
- Ability to design and conduct experiments and interpret results to analyze problems in the area of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
- Ability to take responsibility both individually and as a team member to solve unforeseen problems that arise in intra-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary projects.
- Ability to access information in the area of Industrial and Systems Engineering and to report and communicate this information to others using a foreign language (English) at the European Language Portfolio C1 General Level.
- Ability to follow current issues and recent developments in science and technology by accessing databases and other sources of information and to continue to educate oneself.
- Awareness of scientific and ethical responsibility in professional matters.
- Ability to initiate innovative projects in the area of Industrial and Systems Engineering and to manage these projects considering all aspects.
- Ability to identify the impact of Industrial and Systems Engineering applications on health, environment and safety; awareness of the legal consequences of Industrial and Systems Engineering solutions.
This program is a first cycle (undergraduate) program of 240 ECTS credits in the area of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
Students who complete the program successfully and acquire the program competencies receive an undergraduate degree in the area of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
In line with the academic and legal procedures of the university, the students who apply for admission into the program should follow the process governed by ÖSYM and succeed in the university entrance examination. Students who have started an equivalent programme in Turkey or abroad may apply for transfer to the program. Application of the student is evaluated before the semester starts considering the credentials of the student and the degree for which s/he is applying. Detailed information regarding admission to the university is available in the university catalogue.
Students, who come to the university from abroad through exchange programmes whose conditions have been drawn by an agreement and approved by the university may take the courses offered in the programme. To take a course, the student should demonstrate that s/he has completed its prerequisite courses or their equivalents. All courses in the programme curriculum are conducted in English.
Occupational Profiles of Graduates
Our graduates are employed in a variety of sectors including information technology, logistics, production, finance, consulting and defence and hold positions such as Technical Support Engineer, Business Development Engineer, Planning Engineer, Production Planning Engineer, System Administrator, Project Manager, Financial Analyst, Product Development Analyst, Logistics Manager, Control Engineer, Software Engineer, Project Leader, Process Improvement Engineer, Strategist, ERP Consultant, Financial Portfolio Manager. Meanwhile, many of our graduates continue their education at the graduate level and receive Masters and Doctorate degrees in the area of Industrial and Systems Engineering and related fields.
Access to Further Studies
The graduates holding “Bachelor of Science Degree” are eligible to apply to “Master of Science Degree” and “Doctor of Philosophy Degree” programs at national or international levels either in the same or in the related disciplines.
In order to graduate from the programme, a student is required complete a total of 49 courses including 43 compulsory, 1 free elective and 5 technical elective courses to receive a total of 147 credits and 240 ECTS and obtain a CGPA of at least 2.00/4.00. The list of courses in the curriculum are provided in the table below. Among these courses, ISE492 Graduation Project allows the student to apply the knowledge they have acquired during the program to a real-life engineering project. Moreover, each student is required to work as an intern for an institution that has been approved by the department for a total of 20 working days. This compulsory internship is listed with a course code of ISE 400 in the table below.
Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading
Performance of students are assessed based on their work during the semester (midterm exams, quizzes, projects, lab work, etc.) and their grade in the final exam, which is administered during an examination period following the semester. The total weight of the graded work within the semester should be between 40% and 70% of the overall grade. At the end of the semester, the professor who teaches the course assigns each student a letter grade based on the overall performance of the student. The letter grades and the corresponding numeric values are provided below:
In order to pass a course, a student should receive a grade “DD” or higher. The letter grade “F” indicates an unsuccessful completion of the course, therefore students who receive an “F” from a course do not earn any credits for that course.