Curriculum

Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
ENGP010 STARTER LEVEL ENGLISH-I 0 0 0
BEGINNER (CEFR Level A1 - Breakthrough) LEVEL is in the group of Basic User. At the end of this level, those who are successful will understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type; will introduce him/herself and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has; will interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.
ENGP020 ELEMENTARY LEVEL ENGLISH-II 0 0 0
ELEMENTARY (CEFR Level A2 - Waystage) LEVEL is in the group of Basic User. At the end of this level, those who are successful will understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment); will communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters; will describe in simple terms aspects of his/her background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need.
ENGP030 PRE-INTERMEDIATE LEVEL ENGLISH 0 0 0
PRE-INTERMEDIATE (CEFR Level A2+) LEVEL represents a strong Waystage performance. At the end of this level, those who are successful will understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment); will communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters; will describe in simple terms aspects of his/her background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need.
ENGP040 INTERMEDIATE LEVEL ENGLISH-I 0 0 0
INTERMEDIATE (CEFR Level B1 – Threshold) LEVEL is in the group of Independent User. At the end of this level, those who are successful will understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc.; will deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken; produce simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest; will describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes and ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.
ENGP050 INTERMEDIATE LEVEL ENGLISH-II 0 0 0
INTERMEDIATE PLUS (CEFR Level B1+ - Strong Threshold) LEVEL is in the group of Independent User. At the end of this level, those who are successful will understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc.; will deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken; produce simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest; will describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes and ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.
ENGP060 UPPER-INTERMEDIATE LEVEL ENGLISH 0 0 0
UPPER-INTERMEDIATE (CEFR Level B2 - Vantage) LEVEL is in the group of Independent User. At the end of this level, those who are successful will understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialisation; will interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party; will produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.
ENGP070 ADVANCED LEVEL ENGLISH 0 0 0
ADVANCED (CEFR Level C1 – Effective Operational) LEVEL is in the group of Proficient User. At the end of this level, those who are successful will understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognise implicit meaning; will express him/herself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions; will use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes; will produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.
Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
CHEM110 GENERAL CHEMISTRY 4 3 2 6
In this course, Engineering and Pharmacy Faculty students will learn types of matter, measurements, properties of substances; atoms and atomic theory, components of the atom, introduction to the periodic table, molecules and ions, formulas of ionic compounds, names of ionic compounds; atomic masses, the mole, mass relations in chemical formulas, mass relations in reactions; measurements on gases, the ideal gas law, gas law calculations, psychometric of gaseous reactions, gas mixtures: Partial pressures and atomic spectra, the hydrogen atom, quantum numbers, atomic orbitals; shape and sizes; electron configurations in atoms, orbital diagrams of atoms; polarity of molecules; principles of heat flow, measurements of heat flow, calorimetry, enthalpy, thermochemical equations, enthalpies of formation, the first law of thermodynamics, liquids and solids.
CMPE101 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING 3 2 2 5
This course presents the basics of computer systems. The course is structured in two parts; including a short history of computers, the first part of this course presents the history, basic concepts and terminology of information technology, basic hardware and software components of a computer system, and integration of computer system components. Besides the terminologies and abbreviations, the students learn about the hardware setup of a personal computer and the relations between the processor, memory and secondary devices. The laboratory part includes basic computer usage and office programs (MS Word, Excel). In the second part, basics of problem solving approaches, components and construction of computer programs, flow-charting, and modular programming issues are discussed. Basics of C programming language are covered in classroom.
ENGL141 READING AND WRITING SKILLS-I 3 2 2 4
This course aims to develop students' listening, speaking, reading - writing and study skills. The course provides students with the opportunity to develop their communication skills through controlled activities and to equip students with the basic study skills necessary to follow the curriculum of English. This course also provides students with the opportunity to process the newly acquired knowledge and to develop their ability to ask questions about how to apply the new knowledge to new situations and ask them to think critically. In addition, this course will enable students to learn about the different strategies required to review the various reading pieces, such as finding the main idea and distinguishing the details from the main idea.
HIST100 HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION 0 2 0 2
The aim of this course is to outline the development of civilizations in the course of history. It firstly focuses on the concepts such as “Civilization”, “Prehistoric”, and “Historic” and on the factors forcing the emergence of the first civilizations. As well as examining the prehistoric periods and their characteristics in the course of human life since the first appearance of human beings on earth, the course mainly focuses on the early civilizations, namely the Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Aegean, Classical Greek, Hellenistic, Indian, Chinese and Roman Civilizations. Political, social, economical, cultural, intellectual, philosophical and scientific aspects in these entities are also examined in this course.
INDE100 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 0 1 0 2
This course is an introduction to Industrial Engineering. The course introduces the student to career paths in industry, namely management engineering, quality, logistics, process improvement manager, etc., . This course also introduces students to the common terminology used in Industrial Engineering, in addition to examining current trends in Industrial Engineering. Generally, the course is focused on the recipe of engineering and industrial engineering, the development of industrial engineering and interests; systems, processes and production trio, location selection and arrangement, material handling, work measurement, process planning and control, quality control, ergonomics (human factors), resource management , engineering economics, operations research, simulation and project management issues. The main purpose of this course is to introduce students to the department and have information about the issues.
MATH101 CALCULUS-I 4 3 2 6
Calculus-I provides the methods of differential and integral calculus with applications in geometry, physics and engineering. Students in this course will learn how to use mathematical language needed for applying the concepts of calculus to numerous applications in science and engineering such as identifying types of functions, graph of functions, evaluating limit of functions, limit of elementary functions (polynomial, trigonometric, logarithmic, exponential,…), methods to solve the undefined limits (L’Hopitals Rule), continuous functions, evaluate derivative of functions, definition of derivative, derivative of elementary functions, derivative of product of two functions and division of functions, applications of derivative, evaluate integrals of functions, definition of the integral, integral of elementary functions, substitution method, integration by parts, integral of rational functions, application of the integral (finding the area) .
MATH121 LINEAR ALGEBRA 2 2 0 4
The aim of this course is to introduce the basic operations in linear algebra and applications in engineering problems; matrices, matrix properties and matrix operations: Addition, scalar multiplication, multiplication, transpose, solution of system of linear equations: Elimination method, Gauss Jordan forms, inverse method to solve linear systems, row reduced echelon forms, Gaussian elimination method, inverse and determinants: solving linear equations with determinant (Cramer's rule), use one row to evaluate determinant, minor, cofactor, adjoint matrix, identity matrix, square matrix of the matrices. Real vector spaces, vectors and their properties and applications in engineering: Addition, subtractions, dot product, scalar multiplication, cross product, basis, dimensions and subspaces.
TARH100 MODERN TURKISH HISTORY 0 2 0 2
In this course, the basic concepts of the course, internal and external factors leading to the disintegration of the Ottoman Empire, Ottoman reform and reform efforts, Tripoli and Balkan Wars, World War I, Mondros Armistice, peace treaties at the end of the war, the organizations established during the period of armistice, led by Mustafa Kemal Beginning of the War of Independence, Havza and Amasya Circulars, Congresses, National Pact, Opening of the Grand National Assembly, riots, the establishment and wars of the regular army, external relations and treaties of the Turkish Grand National Assembly, the Organization Law, the Battle of Sakarya and the Great Offensive The Peace Treaty, the Lausanne Peace Treaty and the abolition of the sultanate, the capital of Ankara, the proclamation of the republic, the 1924 constitution, multi-party system, secularization and modernization in law, nationalization in education and culture, socio-economic innovations, Atatürk's 6 principles, Atatürk's foreign policy , İnönü period and II. World War II is the transition to multi-party period are studied.
Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
CMPE112 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING 4 3 2 6
The course will introduce basic and fundamental programming constructs and techniques through using the C++ programming language in order to generate algorithmic solutions to problems. Upon completion of the course, students will learn an introduction to algorithms, solving problems by flowcharts and pseudo codes, header files, data types, arithmetic & logic operators, control statements (if, if/else, switch-case) and use them as inner statements, loop statements (while, do/while, for), functions, standard functions of programming language, random number generation and their area of use, user-defined functions, global and local variables, recursion, arrays, searching algorithms on arrays, sorting algorithms on arrays, pointers, pointer operators, using pointers with arrays and functions. In the laboratory hours, students are supposed to write full programs or modify existing programs for other solutions.
ENGL142 READING AND WRITING SKILLS-II 3 2 2 4
This course is the continuation of ENG 101. The course aims to improve students' listening, speaking, reading, writing and working skills. In the course, students are guided in writing compare and contrast essays using Venn diagram. In addition, the aim of the course is to learn the necessary conjunctions for composition writing. In addition, the students will be able to write a four-part critical composition by learning the difference between ideas and factual real sentences and how to write the opposing opinion and sentences used to refute it. Thus, the students will be able to distinguish between the compare and contrast essay and discursive essay. Students will also be able to make presentations by using presentation techniques. In addition, this course aims to summarize the reading pieces of the students and to use the strategies of reading and to draw conclusions and meanings using their reading skills.
MATH102 CALCULUS-II 4 3 2 6
This course provides the methods of differential and integral calculus with applications in geometry, physics and engineering. Topics included are as follows: Sequences and infinite series, properties of sequences, test for convergence, tests for series with both positive and non-positive series, absolutely convergence and conditionally convergence . Power series, Taylor and Maclaurin series, the radius of convergence. Parametric equations and Polar coordinates, the graph of polar equations, the area in polar coordinates, arc length, speed on a curve and derivative of polar equations. Vectors and vector-valued functions, dot product and cross product of two vectors. Lines and Planes. Functions of several variables, their domain, limit and partial derivatives and definite integral of a function over a region.
MATH122 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS 3 3 1 4
The objective of the course is to introduce the students fundamental principles: logic and Boolean algebra, set theory, relations( Partial ordering, Total ordering and Hasse diagrams, Equivalence relations and equivalence classes), functions(one-to-one, onto, identity, inverse and composition of functions), inductive proofs and recurrence relations, counting techniques(multiplication and addition rules, permutations, combinations, unordered samples with repetitions, principle of inclusion and exclusion, pigeonhole principle) and introduction to graph theory(basic terminology like vertex, edge, degree of a vertex in directed and undirected graphs, Eulerian and Hamiltonian graphs, trees and spanning trees, minimal spanning trees, Prim’s Algorithm, Kruskal Algorithms, Shortest Path Problems, Dijkstra’s Algorithm).
PHYS101 GENERAL PHYSICS-I 4 3 2 6
The aim of the course is to provide the basic information in order to help the students to understand the possible complicated problems in engineering. In this regard, the basic principles and methods of solving the problems in physics are thought. The course provides a basic grounding in elementary physics including mechanics. The basic subjects of the course are: Units and dimensions, Uniformly accelerated motion in one dimension, Freefall, Vector mathematics, Two dimensional motion, Newton’s laws of motion, Applications of Newton’s laws, Free body diagrams, Circular motion, Work and energy, Conservation of energy, Momentum, impulse, and collisions, Rotational kinematics, Torque, Static equilibrium. For completeness, the students are supposed to do 6 experiments related to the subjects of the course.
TREG100 TURKISH LANGUAGE 0 2 0 2
This course examines basic areas of language and expression. In the first half of the course, the theoretical approach to language is formed and the spelling rules of the Turkish language are studied. In the latter part of the course, language and narrative errors are studied together with editing. In the second half of the course, formal writing, curriculum vitae, petition, evaluation of the columns in terms of language and style, types of written expression and practice; Turkish production and application of shooting attachments; Turkish grammar structure; It is aimed to teaching subjects like phonetics of Turkish to students.
TURK100 TURKISH 0 2 0 2
This course provides an orientation to modern Turkish language for foreign students who wish to communicate in this language for their needs. It mainly focuses on the differences between Turkish and English Alphabets, especially the sounds and the letters which are not included in the English alphabet (i.e. Turkish letters ç-ğ-i-ö-ş-ü). In addition, basic grammar and sentence structure forms in Turkish are practised. The required grammar and vocabulary will also be developed through their adaptation to daily situations in contexts such as introducing yourselves, greeting, talking about the things they possess by using possessive adjectives, forming positive, negative and question sentences by using present simple, telling the time, talking about their own timetables, using demonstrative pronouns when describing the place of objects and becoming familiar with vocabulary related to family members.
Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
CVLE101 ENGINEERING DRAWING 3 2 3 5
The emphasis of Engineering Drawing is placed on using the latest release of computer-aided design (CAD) software commonly used in industry to introduce students to CAD interface, structure, and commands for drawing set-up, introducing coordinate system, creating and modifying geometry, placing, sectioning, rotating, and scaling objects, adding text and dimensions, visualization and solving graphical problems, learning orthographic and isometric drawing techniques in CAD; on the other hand learning basic methods for hand drawing for engineering drawings, introducing the drawing tools, understanding and implementing proper scaling, learning orthographic and isometric drawing techniques, developing the ability to communicate with others through the language of technical drawing and the ability to read and interpret engineering drawings created by others.
ECON101 MICROECONOMICS 3 3 0 7
Course involves introduction to economics, what is economics? Micro and Macro Economics, Needs, wants, preferences, scarcity and consumer preferences, Production Possibilities Frontier, Opportunity Cost, Budget Line, Cost-Benefit Principle, Explicit and Implicit costs, Elasticity -Inferior goods, normal goods, luxury goods, complement goods and substitute goods, Demand Curve and Supply Curve, Excess demand and supply,Demand and Supply functions, Equilibrium price and quantity by using functions, Types of taxes and their effects on demand and supply,Types of Costs; Fixed costs and variable costs. Calculating total revenue and total costs,Calculating profit and loss,Calculating Break even quantity,Drawing Break Even chart,Types of Depreciation and calculating depreciation.
EFEX11 FREE ELECTIVE 3 3 0 4
MATH203 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 3 3 1 6
In this course, the ordinary differential equations and their applications will be considered. The course will demonstrate the usefulness of ordinary differential equations for modelling physical and engineering problems. Complementary mathematical approaches for their solution will be presented, including analytical methods. The basic content of the course includes first order ordinary differential equations and their types of exact, separable, Bernoulli, first order, homogeneous ordinary differential equations, linear independence of the solutions, higher order ordinary differential equations and their solutions. The undetermined coefficient methods, the variation of the parameter method, Cauchy-Euler equations. The definition of the Laplace transform and some important applications of the Laplace transform will be included in this lecture.
MATH205 INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS 4 4 1 5
The objective of this course is to introduce basic probability and statistics concepts. The focus of this course is on both applications and theory. Topics include: introduction to random variables, simple data analysis and descriptive statistics, frequency distribution, cumulative distribution, sample space, events, counting sample points (basic combinatorics), probability of an event, probability axioms, laws of probability, conditional probability, Bayes’ rule, discrete and continuous random variables, probability distributions, cumulative probability distributions, discrete and continuous probability distributions, discrete uniform, Binomial, Geometric, Hypergeometric, Poisson, Continuous uniform, Normal Disributions, Gamma and Exponential distribution, jointly distributed random variables, expectation and covariance of discrete and continuous random variables, random sampling, sampling distributions, distribution of Sample Mean, Central Limit Theorem(CLT).
PHYS102 GENERAL PHYSICS-II 4 3 2 6
This course provides the basic information to help the students to understand the possible complicated problems in engineering. The subjects of the course are mostly Electricity and Magnetism. The basic subjects of the course are Properties of electric charges, Coulomb’s law, and Electric field of a continuous charge distribution, Gauss’s law and electric flux. Application of Gauss’s law to charged insulators, Obtaining the value of the electric field from the electric potential, Electric potential and the potential energy due to point charges, Electric potential due to continuous charge distributions, Electric current, Resistance and Ohm’s law, Electromotive force, Resistors in series and in parallel. Kirchhoff’s rules. For completeness, the students are supposed to do 6 experiments all are related to the subjects of the course.
Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
ECON102 MACROECONOMICS 3 3 0 7
This is an introductory course covering money, the monetary system and their relevance to the functioning of the national economy. It covers monetary and fiscal policies, unemployment, interest rates, and inflation as well. It dwells on the measurement of the level of output and its determination. Particular emphasis is placed on the forces that determine the actual and potential level of output and on policies designed to promote economic stability and growth. Important policy debates such as the sub-prime crisis, social security, the public debt and international economic issues are critically explored. The balance of payments is explained. The determination of the exchange rate is presented with reference to the international monetary system.
INDE204 PROBABILITY & COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 4 3 2
The course is designed to give useful feedback from probability knowledge and to give brief information of computer software applications for Industrial Engineering courses. Introduction to model formulation and numerical solution methods in industrial engineering. Emphasis on decisions, constraints, and objectives in problem solving. Introductory knowladge on project management and developing a project a plan by use of Work Brake Down Structure and Network analysis. Understanding the statistical nature of engineering processes. Emphasis on proper data collection and classification, characteristics of variables and their distributions, joint probability distributions, and establishing hypotheses and statistical significance over engineering design specifications.
INDE212 MATERIALS & MANUFACTURING PROCESSES 4 4 1 5
Aim of this course is to give fundamentals of traditional and modern manufacturing processes and systems. The course gives an overview of different methods for industrial materials manufacturing processes, and of methods for forming and welding of materials. The effects of materials and processing parameters in understanding manufacturing processes and operations. Extend the fundamental understanding of the structure - property relationship of materials introduced in courses; mechanical behaviour, testing and manufacturing properties of ferrous, non-ferrous metals and alloys; strengthening of materials (alloying, heat-treatment); corrosion of metals; manufacturing processes, design considerations and economics for forming and shaping engineering materials (casting, forging, rolling, extrusion, drawing, sheet-metal forming and machining).
INDE221 INTRODUCTION TO MODELING & OPTIMIZATION 3 3 1
By the use of mathematical models, the course will seek to design, improve and operate complex systems in the best possible way. Mathematical models are either deterministic or stochastic, depending on the nature and requirements of the system under study. This course is an introduction to deterministic modeling and optimization. The goal is to learn methods of formulating a wide variety of engineering problems and understanding solution strategies.
INDE232 ENGINEERING ECONOMY 3 3 0 4
The purpose of this course is to provide an introductory basis for economic analysis in decision making process in engineering design, manufacturing equipment and industrial projects. This course aims to supplement engineering students with the knowledge and capability to perform financial analysis especially in the area of capital investment. It emphasizes the systematic evaluation of the costs and benefits associated with proposed technical projects. The student will be exposed to the concepts of the “time value of money” and the methods of discounted cash flow. Students are prepared to make decisions regarding money as capital within a technological or engineering environment. Assignments and homework help and guide the students to apply the knowledge acquired during the course.
INDE282 ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT 3 3 0 4
Review the enginnering management functions of planning, organizing, leading and controlling. Also, techniques of management, the matrix system of management, motivation, appraisal systems and prepare engineering students to become effective leaders in meeting the challenges in the new millenium. The course tries to give information in technical (an understanding of and proficiency in engineering and science); human (the ability to build a collaborative effort within a group); conceptual (the ability to apply analytical thought to the management process and to enterprise as a total system). Throughout the Engineering Management course, emphasis is placed on team-based approaches, written and oral communications skills, management of technology and continuous improvement.
Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
EFEX12 FREE ELECTIVE 3 3 0 4
INDE200 SUMMER TRAINING-I 0 0 0 2
A minimum of four weeks training in the manufacturing industry, involving the observation and discussion in detail of the various aspects of production. The main objective of this training is to observe and discuss the various aspects and analysis of production processes in organizations. . An industrial engineer tries to eliminate waste of time, materials, energy, money, and other resources. The branch plays a pivotal role in increasing efficiency and decreasing waste and helps in almost all industries. The demand for industrial engineering professionals is high and the profession yields good rewards in terms of job satisfaction and compensation. Industrial engineering internships are also aimed to impart students with practical experience and help them better understand what they've been taught in the classroom.
INDE313 WORK STUDY 4 3 2 6
This course is designed to teach the fundamentals of Work Study and Ergonomics, which are both used in the examination of human and work in all their contexts. Work Study topics covered in the course are: methods study, charting techniques, time study, work-station design principles, job evaluation and compensation. The purpose of this course is to present the basic principles that underlie the successful application of motion and time study. Through out the semester, tools for increasing productivity, improving equipment utilization, reducing human effort, conserving materials and enegry will be discussed. At the end of the semester, students are expected to gain appropriate way of thinking in developing new, productive methods.
INDE321 OPERATIONS RESEARCH I 4 3 2 6
This course is designed to introduce the fundamentals of operations research.Operations Research (OR) refers to the science of decision making. This course provides a survey of fundamental methods of Operations Research and their applications at an introductory level. The emphasis is on applications rather than the details of methodology. By the end of the course, students will be exposed to a wide variety of applications and problems that can be addressed using Operations Research techniques. The emphasis is on solution of deterministic optimization models. The topics covered are application of scientific methodology to business problems, systems concept, team concept in problem analysis, and mathematical modeling. Basic deterministic methods used in the course are linear programming, simplex method, duality, dual simplex method.
INDE341 PRODUCTION PLANNING I 3 3 1 5
Students in this course will learn fundamental problem areas of production planning and control, the relation between planning and control activities. To Discuss practical uses and consequences of the methods.Two sequel courses are designed together to provide the basics of production planning and control with the need of modern manufacturing organizations in mind. The topics covered in the first course are production and operations strategy, subjective and objective forecasting (i.e. Delphi method, trend-based methods, and methods for seasonal series), deterministic inventory planning and control (i.e. Economic Order Quantity model and its extensions to several environments), stochastic inventory planning and control, aggregate production planning, and master production scheduling.
INDE353 SYSTEMS MODELLING & SIMULATION 4 3 2 6
The aim of this course is to give our students an important decision tool in order to design and analyse complicated real-life systems for which there is no well formulated solution. Use and misuse of simulation as a decision tool. Simulation methodology and model building. Modeling with a simulation language. Random variate generation. Basic issues in the design, verification and validation of computer simulation models. Statistical analysis of simulation output data. Use of simulation for estimation and comparison of policies. This course introduces a broad range of non-trivial techniques and approaches for modelling and simulation of dynamic engineering systems. Techniques include discrete event models; first- and second-order system models; time, frequency and state space relations; and feedback systems.
Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
INDE314 HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING 4 3 2 6
The purpose of this course is to understand how knowledge of human strengths and limitations can lead to a better system design. The course is designed to teach the importance of human element in work environment, work & work environment design. Thus ultimately to teach the different approaches of human factors that help to reduce errors, increase productivity, enhance safety and comfort. The research methods and principles in ergonomics that can be provide more efficient and comfortable places for working and living will be explored by considering the human body and work physiology, biomechanics, anthropometry, information processing and environmentel factors.
INDE322 OPERATIONS RESEARCH II 4 3 2 6
Elementary mathematical models will be developed for stochastic processes. Markov processes and decision analysis. Basic models, such as discrete and continuous time Markov Chains, decision trees, and elementary solution techniques related to these models are discussed.This course introduces uncertainty, risk, and probabilistic approaches to Operations Research. Review of probability theory with illustrations from inventory is applied; decision analysis; decision trees and Bayes rule; utility theory approach; Markov chain models, Chapman-Kolmogorov equations, steady-state probabilities and their computation and applications; M/M/c infinite and finite capacity queuing models and optimization, queuing networks; two-person, constant and non-constant sum games , their analysis and applications are discussed during the semester.
INDE342 PRODUCTION PLANNING II 3 3 1 5
Students in this course will learn fundamental problem areas of production planning and control, the relation between planning and control activities. To Discuss practical uses and consequences of the methods under study. This course is a continuation of Production Planning - I. The topics covered in the course are materials requirements planning, lot sizing, capacity planning, machine scheduling and loading, project scheduling in production environments, recent advances in production and operations management such as Just-in-time Production (JIT), Flexible Manufacturing Systems (FMS), and Optimized Production Technology (OPT). In this course the projects are given to the students and expect from them to analyze the methods that have been seen in the content of the course.
INDE352 INFORMATION SYSTEMS & IMPLEMENTATION 3 3 1 5
The objective of the course is to give the students an understanding of concepts regarding information systems with regard to production and related computerized applications. Basics of informations systems analysis and design methodologies will discussed. Students will learn to use MS Access to apply their knowledge and prepare their term projects. The purpose of this course is to give the Industrial Engineering students the concepts of information technology and the importance of these concepts within the framework of management of organization and the ability to exploit continuous innovations in order to stay competitive in business. Information Technology. Basic data information concepts. Appropriate theoretical concepts of decision making. Systems Analysis, Structured analysis methodologies. Information systems development methodologies. Database management. Decision support systems. Expert systems.
INDE372 PRODUCTION SYSTEMS & TECHNOLOGY 3 3 1 5
Globalization and competition in domenstic markets leads to development of fundamental manufacturing processes. The purpose of this course is to teach advance topics on manufacturing processes. Advance topics like Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Cellular Manufacturing, Automation Systems, and Quality Control will be discussed in this course. Benchmarking analysis of current systems with new technologies. Students of the production systems engineering program will be trained to become an engineer desired by the industries, who understands fundamentals of mechanical engineering, is capable of utilizing information through an entire manufacturing process from design to production, and is equipped with basic knowledge of manufacturing operations and management.
Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
EFEXX1 FACULTY ELECTIVE 3 3 0 5
ENGI401 PROJECT MANAGEMENT 3 3 0 4
This course is designed to focus on project management framework, project integration management, project scope management, project communication management and teamwork, health & safety, engineering ethics, environmental management, risk management and sustainability, entrepreneurship and feasibility report, legal aspects in project management. This course also prepares the senior students to select their capstone design projects and form teams. The students undertake literature review for their projects, prepare feasibility report, and a written/oral presentation at the end of the term.
INDE300 SUMMER TRAINING II 0 0 0 2
In this training, students getting more information on management part of the sector.A minimum of four weeks training in the manufacturing industry, involving the observation and discussion in detail of the various aspects of production. The main objective of this training is to observe and discuss the various aspects and analysis of production processes in organizations. . An industrial engineer tries to eliminate waste of time, materials, energy, money, and other resources. The branch plays a pivotal role in increasing efficiency and decreasing waste and helps in almost all industries. The demand for industrial engineering professionals is high and the profession yields good rewards in terms of job satisfaction and compensation. Industrial engineering internships are also aimed to impart students with practical experience and help them better understand what they've been taught in the classroom.
INDE433 COST & MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING 3 3 0 5
Objectives of this course are mainly to prepare students with a good understanding on the empirical foundation of cost accounting and decision-making skills for managers by concentrating on the concepts and practices of managerial accounting. This course focuses on corporate decision-making skills for managers by concentrating on the concepts and practices of managerial accounting. The emphasis is on building a general framework for choosing among alternative cost systems for operational control and product cost and profitability measurement. The course covers recent conceptual and analytical developments in the area of management accounting, including study of modern and relevant planning, control techniques and their underlying concepts as applied to various functional areas within the firm, and performance evaluation.
INDE441 FACILITIES LAYOUT & MATERIAL HANDLING 3 3 1 5
This course is designed to teach the fundamentals of facility location and design techniques. Through out the semester, capacity and technology selection, facility location, design of layout and material handling systems, identification of production support activities and computation of related facilities requirements topics will be studied. The purpose of this course is to make an introduction to planning and design of manufacturing facilities. A balance of traditional and analytical approaches to facilities planning will be presented. Principles of management and facility organization. Capacity and technology selection. Analysis of production plans and processes to compute equipment and manpower requirements. Facility location. Plant layout. Identification of production support activities such as receiving, inventory management, material handling, storage and warehousing, packaging and shipping, maintenance planning.
INDE492 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY 3 3 1 5
The course includes, work safety and worker safety concepts; work accidents and types; occuppational diseases and protecting from such diseases; ergonomy; electrical and non-electrical tools used in working mediums; personal protective equipment; first aid; fire, explosives and natural disasters; duties of workers, authorities and government departments. Also, this course is designed to introduce the engineering student with the basic principles of occupational safety and health management in industry. Development of safety and health function, hazard problems, concepts of hazard avoidance, impact of regulations, toxic substances, environmental control, noise, explosive materials, fire protection, personal protection and first aid will be introduced.
Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
EFEXX2 FACULTY ELECTIVE 3 3 0 5
EFEXX3 FACULTY ELECTIVE 3 3 0 5
ENGI402 CAPSTONE PROJECT 4 2 4 9
This course is an interdisciplinary project based course involving engineering design, cost estimating, environmental impacts, project schedule and team work. Students are expected to work in pre-assigned team under the supervision of faculty on a predetermined project. Each team will submit a final report including drawing, specification, and cost estimate that completely describe their proposed design. Each team will make oral presentation defending their final design and project feasibility to peers and faculty members.
INDE462 QUALITY ASSURANCE & RELIABILITY 4 4 1 5
The purpose of the course is to make an introduction method of statistical quality control and improvements that are used in the manufacturing and service industries along with basic concepts of reliability. Emphasis on an acceptance sampling, process control, reliability engineering and management, and the economic design of control systems. The course also introduces basics of experimental design in determining quality products and reliability models. At first; students will be introduced to some of the philosophies of quality control experts and their impact on quality. After a quick review of normal probability distribution, a few graphical methods used to monitor quality improvement will be given. Control charts for variables and attributes with examples, acceptance sampling plans for variables and attributes are to be followed.
INDE484 DECISION MAKING & RISK ANALYSIS 3 3 0 5
Engineering systems are analyzed using probability theory and statistics to evaluate system performance under uncertainty. The course is focused on practical engineering problems and is designed to develop the students' appreciation for application of uncertainty analysis in engineering design. Specifically, students will learn how to analyze and draw conclusion of system performance from statistical data relating to components of engineering systems, analyze series and parallel systems, and make decisions under uncertainty. Theory and methods that are used to analyze multi-attribute decision problems under certainty, uncertainty and risk are discussed. Topics covered in the course include: the value of information, the concept of utility function, expected utility theory, decision trees, formulation of the multi-attribute problem, decision making with discrete and continuous alternatives.
Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
INDE335 ETHICS 3 3 0 5
The aim of this course is to awaken a sense of moral responsibility as decision makers. It can be happen by giving the moral imagination of students, helping students to recognize ethical issues and think ethically about the possible outcomes of making decisions, developing analytical skills on how to analyze an ethical situation and use neutral techniques to make an ethically optimal decision. This course is designed to introduce moral rights and responsibilities of engineers in relation to society, employers, colleagues and clients. Importance of intellectual property rights and conflicting interests. Ethical aspects in engineering design, manufacturing, and operations. Cost-benefit-risk analysis and safety and occupational hazard considerations.
INDE391 PRODUCTION SCHEDULING 3 3 0 5
INDE461 SUPPLY CHAIN AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT 3 3 0 5
INDE428 TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT 3 3 0 5
INDE418 APPLICATIONS IN MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING & OPTIMIZATION 3 3 0 5
ENVE402 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT 3 3 0 5
The objective of this course is provide knowledge on environmental impacts and environmental impact assessment. The course content includes history and basics of environmental impact assessment; framework and legal considerations for impact assessment; predictions of impacts on air, soil and water quality, noise level, and the biological environment; methods of impact analysis; public participation in the environmental impact assessment process; environmental impact assessment reports. Examples of previously used environmental impact assessment reports of various engineering projects are studied as cases studies in the lectures. The course uses lecture notes and discussions for the theoretical information and a term project practicing on how to conduct an environmental impact assessment on an imaginary project learning to use the theory in practice.
ENVE427 SOIL AND GROUNDWATER POLLUTION 3 3 0 5
Overview of issues in contemporary environmental management and sustainability, both in general and in the local context. Environmental management and resource management are distinguished, as are management and governance. The course provides a broad view of relevant concepts and frameworks (for example, sustainability, the precautionary approach, systems thinking), trying these to the development of thinking about environmental governance and management. Water cycle, soil characterstics, sources of soil and groundwater contaminants, types of pollutants are mainly discussed during this course. Mass transport mechanism in vadose and saturated zones including diffusion, advection, adsorption and degradation are involed in dicussions. The remediation technologies for soil and groundwater presentations are also made to introduce students available technolgoies to overcome soil and groundwater pollution by treatment
INDE301 NETWORK ANALYSIS 3 3 0 5
PNGE451 WORLD ENERGY POLITICS 3 3 0 5
PNGE452 CONVENTIONAL AND ALTERNATIVE ENERGY RESOURCES 3 3 0 5
CVLE491 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 4 4 1 5
As technological integration and construction complexity increase, so do construction lead times. To stay competitive companies have sought to shorten the construction times of new infrastructure by managing construction development efforts effectively by using different project management tools. In this course profile of construction sector, Company and site organizations, Types and documents of construction contracts, Construction project planning techniques, Resource management, Control of construction projects, Quality, health and safety and environmental issues in civil engineering and Risk management and responsibilities of civil engineers and ethics will be covered.
INDE433 COST & MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING 3 3 0 5
Objectives of this course are mainly to prepare students with a good understanding on the empirical foundation of cost accounting and decision-making skills for managers by concentrating on the concepts and practices of managerial accounting. This course focuses on corporate decision-making skills for managers by concentrating on the concepts and practices of managerial accounting. The emphasis is on building a general framework for choosing among alternative cost systems for operational control and product cost and profitability measurement. The course covers recent conceptual and analytical developments in the area of management accounting, including study of modern and relevant planning, control techniques and their underlying concepts as applied to various functional areas within the firm, and performance evaluation.
INDE492 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY 3 3 1 5
The course includes, work safety and worker safety concepts; work accidents and types; occuppational diseases and protecting from such diseases; ergonomy; electrical and non-electrical tools used in working mediums; personal protective equipment; first aid; fire, explosives and natural disasters; duties of workers, authorities and government departments. Also, this course is designed to introduce the engineering student with the basic principles of occupational safety and health management in industry. Development of safety and health function, hazard problems, concepts of hazard avoidance, impact of regulations, toxic substances, environmental control, noise, explosive materials, fire protection, personal protection and first aid will be introduced.
CVLE325 COMPUTERS AIDED CIVIL ENGINEERING DESIGN 3 3 0 5
The primary objective of this course is to teach the student powerful tools and techniques for customizing AutoCAD. AutoCAD for civil engineers takes you through the fundamental and more advanced functions of AutoCAD to produce 2D drawings and 3D models. You will gain hands on experience with AutoCAD’s comprehensive drawing, modifying and organisational tools through a series of practical exercises and demonstrations. With an understanding of these tools, students can streamline the design process when working with the extended design team, have more control over the consistency of their drawings, and customize AutoCAD for their own needs.
ENVE427 SOIL AND GRD.WATER POLLUTION 3 3 0 5
Overview of issues in contemporary environmental management and sustainability, both in general and in the local context. Environmental management and resource management are distinguished, as are management and governance. The course provides a broad view of relevant concepts and frameworks (for example, sustainability, the precautionary approach, systems thinking), trying these to the development of thinking about environmental governance and management. Water cycle, soil characterstics, sources of soil and groundwater contaminants, types of pollutants are mainly discussed during this course. Mass transport mechanism in vadose and saturated zones including diffusion, advection, adsorption and degradation are involed in dicussions. The remediation technologies for soil and groundwater presentations are also made to introduce students available technolgoies to overcome soil and groundwater pollution by treatment
ENGI316 PROGRAMMING IN MATLAB FOR ENGINEERING 3 3 0 5