About the Department
The education and training plans applied in our department are progressing with an innovative infrastructure by following the current developments in science and technology. In this respect, besides basic engineering knowledge, our students are provided with the opportunity to specialize in subjects related to their fields. There are two undergraduate programs; Computer Engineering and Information Systems Engineering. Both programs are taught in English. The Computer Engineering Undergraduate program offers courses such as artificial intelligence, databases, operating systems, computer networks, different programming languages and programming methods, microprocessors, signal processing, and project management. The Information Systems Engineering Program has theoretical knowledge courses in basic sciences and mathematics and in practice the focus is on the configuration of systems, communication, and computer domains areas.
The lessons in the department are taught in a highly modern classroom environment and a large variety of developed educational and teaching activities are done as well as laboratory environments equipped with technological devices are used. Our Computer Engineering Undergraduate Program is accredited by the Association of Engineering Education Programs Assessment and Accreditation (MÜDEK) and our departmental programs are members of the Oracle Academy and Microsoft Imagine Academy. The courses in our department are conducted by one Associate Professor and five Assistant Professors who are experts in the field. After completing their undergraduate studies, our students may continue their Masters and Doctoral programs in order to specialize in the area they are interested in and develop their research skills.
Our department educates engineers with the knowledge and experience required by the sector in the fields of Computer and Information systems from the most important areas of our age. The Department of Computer Engineering has graduates in various fields in the national and international sectors; they can work as a manager, a software developer, a software designer, a database engineer in information processing centres, and also they can be research and project development engineers. Graduates of our Information Systems Engineering program can work in governmental organizations related to all processes of public and private institutions from the planning and implementation of information technology systems and applications and also as project engineers. Graduates who want to do scientific research in this rapidly developing sector can continue their careers by receiving post-graduate education.