About the Department
There are four undergraduate programs within the Department of Mechanical Engineering. These provide the knowledge and experience that is gained during the course of student learning. These are Industrial Engineering, Energy Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering. All of the programs are in English and the aim is to produce solutions to the problems of the sector in addition to research and practice with external service programs. In this respect, while aiming to use existing and new technologies, a curriculum covering basic sciences, engineering knowledge, and skills is implemented.
All undergraduate programs attached to the Mechanical Engineering department enable students to gain experience in summer internship programs. Throughout their education, students will be taught in smart classrooms that are extremely modern. In addition, students are provided with the opportunity to do research and practice in a laboratory environment equipped with the latest technology. Within this context, students can meet in the campus environment with distinguished professionals from the industry, exchange individual information, and benefit from the experience of professionals in a discussion environment.
Mechanical Engineering is the foundation of much of engineering and is an area of expertise today. For this reason, our graduates who are trained in mechanical engineering can specialize in different fields of industry. Our graduates have the infrastructure in which they can work in various fields such as automotive, aerospace, energy conversion, automation, manufacturing, environmental control, and bio-technology. Finally, our mechanical engineers are trained to act with environmental awareness and professional ethics in the workplace. In this framework, our students are trained to show particular sensitivity to these issues in the design and practice they perform.