Faculty of Engineering and Architecture

Department of Industrial Engineering (English)

Course Contents

Department of Industrial Engineering (English)
Course Content

1. Semester
CourseTACECTS

6HDCAHR001 - Atatürk İlkeleri ve İnkılap Tarihi-I

Ideas and principles during the birth and development of modern Turkey.

2022

6MTCBSA103 - Calculus-I

Functions and properties of functions, limit, infinite limits, continuity, definition of derivative, L'Hospital rule, applications of derivatives, curve sketching, indefinite integral.

3245

6FEABSA101 - Engineering Orientation

This course includes the basic concepts of enginnering, problem solving techniques, communication skills, interaction among the enginnering disciplines, national and international unit systems and subjects of basic engineering areas.

3036

6IENBSA101 - Industrial Chemistry

Matter and its properties, Structure of atom. Molecules and Ions. Chemical Formula , Rections and Equations. Electronic Configurations of Atoms. Chemical Bonds. Periodic Table and Elements. Gases. Liquids. Solids. Solutions and Solubility. Acids and Bases. Ionic Equalibrium. Reaction in Solutions. Oxidation and Reduction.

2026

6ING105 - İngilizce-I

Vocabulary teaching, reading and writing lessons, listening and speaking studies.

4044

6MTCBSA107 - Physics-I

Units, vectors and physical quantities, motion in 1, 2, and 3 dimensions, Newton's mechanics and its applications, work and energy and their applications, momentum and impulse and their applications, rigid body rotation and its dynamics as well as their applications, equilibrium and elasticity.

3245

6HDCTRL101 - Türk Dili-I

World languages, historical periods of Turkish, phonetical and structural features of Turkish.

2022
Total1942130
2. Semester
CourseTACECTS

6MTCBSA105 - Algorithms and Programming-I

Algorithm concept, flow charts, programming and programming language, structural programming concept, array (vector) concept, sorting and searching algorithms, multi-dimensional arrays (matrices), using file and basic knowledge about files, format concept and input output formatting, subprogram concept, recursion and recursive subprogram/function examples.

2236

6HDCAHR002 - Atatürk İlkeleri ve İnkılap Tarihi-II

Political Reforms, Legal Reforms, Educational and Cultural Reforms, Economic Reforms, Social Reforms, Atatürk’s Principles, Atatürk’s Foreign Policy, Turkey in the World War II, Turkey Between 1950- 1960.

2022

6MTCBSA104 - Calculus-II

The Riemann Integral, applications of integral, area, lentgh of the curve, areas of surface of revolution and volume of surface, polar coordinates, complex numbers, sequence and series, infinite series, power series, absolute and conditional convergence, Taylor's series and Maclaurin series with applications.

3245

6IENOAS101 - Computer Aided Engineering Drawing

Learning about geometrical construction, ortographic projections, three dimensional models & technics, free hand drawing techniques, principles of sectioning

1226

6ING106 - İngilizce-II

Vocabulary teaching, reading and writing lessons, listening and speaking studies.

4044

6MTCBSA108 - Physics-II

Electric charges and electric field, Gauss's law, electric potential, capacitance and dielectrics, current, resistance, and emf, direct current circuits, magnetic field, sources of magnetic field, electromagnetic induction, alternating current and electromagnetic waves.

3245

6HDCTRL102 - Türk Dili-II

Word groups, sentence structures, sentence types, expression mistakes.

2022
Total1782130
3. Semester
CourseTACECTS

6IENOAS203 - Accounting

Definition of Accounting, Measuring & Reporting Financial Position, Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Cash Flow Statement, T Calculations, Financial Ratios, CostVolume Profit Analysis, Full Costing, Budgeting

3035

6MTCBSA202 - Algorithms and Programming-II

To understand the basic principles of algorithms and programming To understand the basic constructs of the C Language.

2235

6BUSAOS001 - Economics

Cover topics on basic principles of economics, how markets work, markets and welfare, the economics of the public sector, firm behavior and organization of the industry, the factors market and consumer choice.

3035

6FCCEPO002 - Environmental Protection, Occupational Health and Safety

This course covers the basic knowledges on preventing of environmental degradation, ecocide and deperdition, relieving the current damages, improving and developing the environment, preventing the environmental pollution and historical developmet and importance of the occupational safety, overall picture of occupational safety in Turkey, occupational health and safety legislation, occupational safety rules, sources of dangers, detection of dangers, risk asessment, risk management, occupational diseases, occupational accidents, physical, chemical, biological and psychological factors in terms of worker health.

2023

6MTCBSA101 - Linear Algebra

Matrix algebra, system of linear equations, vector spaces, linear mapping, inner product space, and orthogonality, determinants, diagonalization, eigenvector, eigenvalue.

3035

6IENBSA201 - Probability for Engineers

By the end of this course each student understand the concepts of random trial, set theory and mathematical background of probability; defines and solves problems related with discrete and continuous random variables using their probability density function and probability mass function; distinguishes well-known probability distributions and defines a data set using its descriptive statistics.

2234

6FCCAQM004 - Quality Assurance and Quality Management Systems

This course comprises the issues related to quality management concept and principles, the various tools available to achieve quality management systems successfully, statistical approach for quality control, ISO and QS certification process.

2023
Total1741930
4. Semester
CourseTACECTS

6FEAOAS001 - Computer Programming and IE Software

Teaching basic characteristics of programming, variables, constants, concepts of procedures, loops, input-output, decision, teaching commands under filing titles and writing a sample computer program with these commands by using VBA.

2024

6FCCCTE004 - Critical Thinking, Creativity and Entrepreneurship

Contemporary theories and approaches about thinking towards induction and deduction methods, ways of critical assessment, ways of critical evaluation, the relationships between creativeness and innovation, the application of innovation and using innovation as a core competence for entrepreneurship.

2023

6MTCBSA205 - Differential Equations

First order differential equations: Separable equations, exact differential equations, linear differential equations, Bernoulli differential equations and Riccati differential equations, special integrating factors and transformations, initial value and boundary value problems, orthogonal trajectories, rate problems, Linear differential equations: The homogeneous linear equation with constant coefficients, the method of undetermined coefficients, variation of parameters series solutions of linear differential equations, power series solutions about an ordinary point, solutions about singular points; The Method of Frobenius; systems of linear differential equations, The Laplace Transform: Definition and basic properties of the Laplace Transform, the inverse transform and the convolution.

2235

6IENOAS205 - Operations Research-I

Methodology of operational research/ Linear programming models/ Graphical and computer solutions and sensitivity analysis/ Interpretation of solutions/ Transportation, transshipment, assignment, and other network models/ Integer programming models/ Multiple criteria decision making/ Game theory

3246

6IENSEL050 - Social Elective

2023
6BUSOAE031 - Public Relations

Some of the subjects considered in the lesson include: Corporatereputation, in-house and external communication, interpersonal communication, body language and propaganda.

6BUSOAS306 - Human Resources Management

This course comprises basic information about human resources management and its various functions.

6CDEGER001 - German-I

In this course the students are provided with the skills of expressing themselves verbally and in writing at basic level.

6CENOAE011 - Computer Network and Security

Network security technologies. Network security and public key cryptography. Various security attacks. PGP, PEM, Kerberos, X509, DSS security.

6EENOAS001 - Electric Circuits Measurements and Laboratory

Definitions and units, Kirchhoffs current and voltage laws, Dependent sources and OPAMPS, Analysis methods, First order circuits, Second order circuits.

6FCCLSS001 - Labour and Social Security Law

Work accidents and sickness and teach taking precaution security and first aid, understanding of labor law and regulations.

6FCCSRC003 - Social Responsibility and Community Service

This course comprises fundamentals of social responsibility and basic information on the topics of social work of individuals, groups and businesses.

6IENCDC014 - Game Theory

This course is a survey of the main ideas and techniques of game-theoretic analysis related to bargaining, conflict, and negotiation. Mainly, conflict situations are the topic of this course. The game problem is explained by using three main concepts: (1) players, (2) strategies, (3) payoff function. In game theory, the goal of each participant is to achieve the largest individual gain. So, each player wants to know which one of his(her) strategies is best and how he must use own strategies. The aim of this course is to reply this expectancy by constituting its mathematical background. The aim of this course is to reply this expectancy by constituting its mathematical background.

6IENOAS013 - Inventory Systems

Inventory management, economic order and production quantities, material requirements planning, warehouse management, RFID systems

6IENTEL004 - Advanced Statistics Using R

R programming language characteristics, hypothesis testing, statistical distributions, data collection, data cleaning, statistical tests and interpretation of their results.

6IENTEL005 - Strategic Management&Entrepreneurship

6BUSOAE031 - Public Relations

Some of the subjects considered in the lesson include: Corporatereputation, in-house and external communication, interpersonal communication, body language and propaganda.

6BUSOAS306 - Human Resources Management

This course comprises basic information about human resources management and its various functions.

6CDEGER001 - German-I

In this course the students are provided with the skills of expressing themselves verbally and in writing at basic level.

6CENOAE011 - Computer Network and Security

Network security technologies. Network security and public key cryptography. Various security attacks. PGP, PEM, Kerberos, X509, DSS security.

6EENOAS001 - Electric Circuits Measurements and Laboratory

Definitions and units, Kirchhoffs current and voltage laws, Dependent sources and OPAMPS, Analysis methods, First order circuits, Second order circuits.

6FCCLSS001 - Labour and Social Security Law

Work accidents and sickness and teach taking precaution security and first aid, understanding of labor law and regulations.

6FCCSRC003 - Social Responsibility and Community Service

This course comprises fundamentals of social responsibility and basic information on the topics of social work of individuals, groups and businesses.

6IENCDC014 - Game Theory

This course is a survey of the main ideas and techniques of game-theoretic analysis related to bargaining, conflict, and negotiation. Mainly, conflict situations are the topic of this course. The game problem is explained by using three main concepts: (1) players, (2) strategies, (3) payoff function. In game theory, the goal of each participant is to achieve the largest individual gain. So, each player wants to know which one of his(her) strategies is best and how he must use own strategies. The aim of this course is to reply this expectancy by constituting its mathematical background. The aim of this course is to reply this expectancy by constituting its mathematical background.

6IENOAS013 - Inventory Systems

Inventory management, economic order and production quantities, material requirements planning, warehouse management, RFID systems

6IENTEL004 - Advanced Statistics Using R

R programming language characteristics, hypothesis testing, statistical distributions, data collection, data cleaning, statistical tests and interpretation of their results.

6IENTEL005 - Strategic Management&Entrepreneurship

6IENOAS202 - Statistics for Engineers

Concept of statistics, Sampling distribution, hypothesis testing, Non-parametric tests, linear regression, coefficient of corelation, ANOVA, confidence intervals of the parameters.

3035

6IENBSA202 - Thermodynamics

This course covers the basic concepts of thermodynamics, energy and energy analysis, the first law of thermodynamics, pure substances, ideal gas and other equations of state, the second law of thermodynamics and entropy and exergy.

2234
Total1661930
5. Semester
CourseTACECTS

6IENOAS315 - Materials and Manufacturing Processes

Definition of materials and engineering materials. Engineering material types and their general properties. Atomic and crystalline structures of materials. Bonding between atoms and molecules. Properties of different engineering materials in detail. Testing of several mechanical properties. Metals and their alloys. Steels and cast irons, steel manufacturing. Some nonferrous metals and their alloys. Ceramics, their types, processing of ceramics and their application. Polyesters, their types, processing of polyesters and their application. Composites, their types, processing of composites and their application. Manufacturing processes of metals: Casting, Forming, Machining & Finishing, Joining, Powder methods, Heat treatment, Special methods.

2235

6IENOAS303 - Operations Research-II

Methodology of operational research/ linear programming solutions: the simplex method; duality and sensitivity analysis/ network models: their solutions and project scheduling / integer programming: cutting plane algorithms and branch and bound techniques/ nonlinear programming: KarushKuhnTucker optimality conditions

3247

6IENOAS313 - Production Management

Demand forecasting, Aggregate Production Planning, Material Requirement Planning, Stock Control, Project Management

3035

6IENOAS319 - Project Management

Structures and frameworks. Projects and organisations. Stakeholders, strategy and success.Initial planning. Time planning. The critical chain approach. Cost and benefit.Stakeholders and Quality. Risk and opportunities management. Management and leadership in projects. Supply chain. Problem solving and decision making. Project completion and review. Improving project performance.

2235

6IENSEL051 - Social Elective-II

2023
6BUSOAE005 - Financial Statements Analysis

In this lesson, information towards understanding the use of financial tables the analyses of financial tables in the best way while taking economic desicions are provided. In this regard, applications on financial table analyses for invesment, credits and managerial desicions are made. Plus defined technics may be used with the intension of evoluating the financial performance of a business are explained.

6BUSOAE006 - Consumer Behavior

The course progresses from micro to macro topics. Issues such as perception, learning, motivation, personality and lifestyle, attitudes, identities, decision making mechanisms and social and cultural interactions of the consumer are studied. Different dimensions of consumption before, during and after purchasing are investigated.

6BUSOAE031 - Public Relations

Some of the subjects considered in the lesson include: Corporatereputation, in-house and external communication, interpersonal communication, body language and propaganda.

6BUSOAS306 - Human Resources Management

This course comprises basic information about human resources management and its various functions.

6CDCRUS001 - Russian Language-I

The course mainly covers the grammar rules in Russian, reading and writing techniques.

6CDEGER001 - German-I

In this course the students are provided with the skills of expressing themselves verbally and in writing at basic level.

6CDEGER002 - German-II

In this course the students are provided with the skills of expressing themselves verbally and in writing at basic level.

6FCCLSS001 - Labour and Social Security Law

Work accidents and sickness and teach taking precaution security and first aid, understanding of labor law and regulations.

6FEACDC004 - Business Communication

In this lesson, subjects such as basic conceps about communication, process and factors, functions of communicaiton, oral communication, importance of communication for managers, instruments used in comunicaiton, types of communication, affective communication, communication media , effective presentation preparition technichs ,futures of target (listener ) and enviroment, communicaiton and target comminity and organizational communication are explanied

6IENCDC009 - Leadership and Enterpreneurship

Development of the Theory of Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship Types, Entrepreneurship Facilities, Business Start-Up Process.

6IENCDC010 - Management and Organization (Stress, Time and Tech. Man.)

This course includes the basic concepts and definitions related to the management and organization; classical, neo- classical and modern management theories, processes of management and the functions of management.

6IENTEL005 - Strategic Management&Entrepreneurship

6IENOAS317 - Work Analysis and Design

Introduction to work study, concepts of affectivity and efficiency, meanings of method study and work measurement and how they are related, methodology for a work study project, measurement, observation and recording tools and techniques, integration with concepts of waste elimination, work simplification, lean production, cost and creation of performance standards.

1225
Total1381730
6. Semester
CourseTACECTS

6IENOAS404 - Decision Analysis

Decision theory, types and characteristics of decision making; components, elements, structure, process, models and matrix of decision making. Decision making problem and general characteristics. Decision situations. Multicriteria decision making Use of statistics and probability in design decision making. Squential decision making.

2235

6IENOAS312 - Engineering Economy & Cost Analysis

Budgeting for Planning and Control/ Standard Costing: A Traditional Control Approach/ Decentralization: Responsibility Accounting, Performance Evaluation, and Transfer Pricing/ International Issues in Cost Management/ Contemporary Responsibility Accounting/ Quality Costing: Measurement and Control/ Productivity: Measurement and Control

3035

6IENOAS314 - Human Factors and Ergonomics

Basic concepts in ergonomics. Anatomical and physiological capabilities and limitations of human-beings as related to systems design and human performance. Human information processing and its relevance to the design of displays and controls. Use of anthropometric data in the design of equipment, tools, and workstations and/or offices. Design of displays and controls systems. Analysis of environmental factors and design of work environment.

3035

6IENOAS310 - Plant Layout Facility Planning

Fundamental descriptions and main concepts, the models and techniques used for plant location, the production flow analysis (PFA) by using systematic layout planning process (SLP), preparing the diagrams of material and job flow, area, and the processes by deciding their relationships, the material and product handling tools and systems, layout planning design models and algorithms, computer aided facilities planning, factory and office layout design, production line balancing, facilities planning project.

3035

6IENOAS015 - System Analysis and Simulation

Explain random sampling techniques for creating random events, random number generation techniques, queuing and inventory systems, case studies and knows the steps of a simulation study while conducting input/output analysis.

2236

6IENTEL055 - Technical Elective-I

3034
6BUSOAS306 - Human Resources Management

This course comprises basic information about human resources management and its various functions.

6CENOAE011 - Computer Network and Security

Network security technologies. Network security and public key cryptography. Various security attacks. PGP, PEM, Kerberos, X509, DSS security.

6EENOAS001 - Electric Circuits Measurements and Laboratory

Definitions and units, Kirchhoffs current and voltage laws, Dependent sources and OPAMPS, Analysis methods, First order circuits, Second order circuits.

6FCCLSS001 - Labour and Social Security Law

Work accidents and sickness and teach taking precaution security and first aid, understanding of labor law and regulations.

6IENCDC003 - Forecasting Theory

Framework of Planning Decisions, Forecasting Methods, Time Series Methods, Moving Average, Weighted Average, Exponential Smoothing, Linear Regression, Double Exponential Smoothing, CMA Method, Winter's Method, Evaluation of Forecast

6IENCDC013 - Risk Analysis

This is a course in the principles and applications of risk analysis in the context of systems and industrial engineering. In addition to specialized topics in risk analysis, this course will also discuss topics in Economics, Statistics, Decision science, Social science, and other fields related to managing risks.

6IENCDC014 - Game Theory

This course is a survey of the main ideas and techniques of game-theoretic analysis related to bargaining, conflict, and negotiation. Mainly, conflict situations are the topic of this course. The game problem is explained by using three main concepts: (1) players, (2) strategies, (3) payoff function. In game theory, the goal of each participant is to achieve the largest individual gain. So, each player wants to know which one of his(her) strategies is best and how he must use own strategies. The aim of this course is to reply this expectancy by constituting its mathematical background. The aim of this course is to reply this expectancy by constituting its mathematical background.

6IENCDC015 - Data Mining

Data Definition, Data Warehousing, Data Processing Concepts and Procedures, Data Mining Presentation and Methods, Data Classification Techniques, Cluster Analysis, Outlier Detection and Processing.

6IENOAS013 - Inventory Systems

Inventory management, economic order and production quantities, material requirements planning, warehouse management, RFID systems

6IENTEL002 - Feasbility Study & Enterpreneurship

In this course a brief introduction to feasibility study is given. It is followed by the step by step progress of the feasibility study including the necessary documentation at each stage of the study is introduced. In the entrepreneurship section, basic information, important concepts that should be considered while creating a business plan to establish a new business are explained.

6IENTEL004 - Advanced Statistics Using R

R programming language characteristics, hypothesis testing, statistical distributions, data collection, data cleaning, statistical tests and interpretation of their results.

Total1641830
7. Semester
CourseTACECTS

6IENOAS401 - Graduation Design

Definition of the problem, Literature Survey, Improving Models

2445

6IENOAS016 - Production Planning & Control

Demand forecasting, Aggregate Production Planning, Material Requirement Planning, Stock Control, Project Management

2235

6IENOAS406 - Statistical Quality Control

Introduction to concepts of quality and total quality management,Basic principles of teamwork and learning,Methods and philosophy of statistical process control,Control charts for attributes,Probability in Quality Control,CUSUM and EWMA charts,CumulativeSum and Exponentially Weighted MovingAverage Control Charts,Process Capability Analysis,Multivariate quality control,Introduction to Experimental Design and Factorial Experiments.

2236

6IENTEL057 - Technical Elective-II

3034
6BUSOAE020 - Financial Management

Deciding, financial analysis, finacial tables, financial ratios, sorts of analysis, ratio analysis, comparative tables, percent method, inclination percent, cash flow tables, performance fiscal tables, consolidated fiscal tables

6BUSOAE026 - Total Quality Management

Standards and Standardization, Developments in Turkey, Basic Concepts, Other Concepts Related to Quality, Customers Quality Perceptions, Quality Historical Developments, Total Quality Management (TQM) Philosophy and Basic Concepts, Basic Elements of TQM, Classical Management-TQM Comparison and Evaluation, Quality Systems (ISO 9000), Quality Systems (ISO 14001), Quality Systems (TS 18001), Quality Systems (ISO 13001), Quality Systems (TS 17799), Accreditation

6CDCGNC001 - General Communication

Development of communication and modern mass communication, mass communication theory and researches, fundamental theory I: Lasswell formula, mathematical model, fundamental theory II: ABX model, harmony and unharmony theorem, action and reaction models I: two step flow model, Comstock's psychological model, action-reaction models II: normal propagation curve of news, J curve model, mass communication culture and effects on people I, semeiology, viewer from the central area models: uses and gratifications model, Hall's encoding / analysis model, discourse model, critical perspectives I: theory of the Frankfurt school and the culture industry, critical perspectives II: political economy approach, critical perspectives III: cultural studies, theories of information society.

6CENOAE011 - Computer Network and Security

Network security technologies. Network security and public key cryptography. Various security attacks. PGP, PEM, Kerberos, X509, DSS security.

6EENOAS001 - Electric Circuits Measurements and Laboratory

Definitions and units, Kirchhoffs current and voltage laws, Dependent sources and OPAMPS, Analysis methods, First order circuits, Second order circuits.

6IENCDC002 - Industrial Clusters and Networks

Introduction to clusters and networks, evolutionary view to clusters and networks,effects of inovation on them, their risks, organizational learning, inovation networks, regional inovation, interrelationship between the firms in a network or cluster.

6IENCDC003 - Forecasting Theory

Framework of Planning Decisions, Forecasting Methods, Time Series Methods, Moving Average, Weighted Average, Exponential Smoothing, Linear Regression, Double Exponential Smoothing, CMA Method, Winter's Method, Evaluation of Forecast

6IENCDC005 - Management Information Systems

MIS Apllications & Effects, Understand goals of MIS and make plans for MIS, Configure and management in MIS

6IENCDC006 - Wage and Salary Administration

Business valuation techniques, sorting method, the method of classification, factor comparison, point method, selection factors, the factors measured, business analysis, implementation of the job evaluation system, business valuation modern measuring methods

6IENCDC007 - Maintenance Management and Engineering

Definition Of Basic Preventive And Corrective Maintenance Activities, Maintenance Organizations, Maintenance Training, Work Order Systems, Maintenance Planning And Scheduling, Preventive Maintenance , Reliability Centered Maintenance, Maintenance Inventory And Purchasing, Computerized Maintenance Management, Management Reporting And Analysis

6IENCDC008 - Stochastic Models

A Review of basic probability concepts, Random variables, Continuous-time stochastic processes, Discrete-time stochastic processes, Basic characteristics of stochastic processes, Poisson processes and its characteristics, Markovian processes, renewal theory

6IENCDC011 - Technology Management and Innovasion

Key topics and classification, management of technology, technology/product life cycles, innovation management, competitive strategies, technology planning, foresight techniques, technology roadmaps

6IENCDC012 - System Dynamics

6IENCDC013 - Risk Analysis

This is a course in the principles and applications of risk analysis in the context of systems and industrial engineering. In addition to specialized topics in risk analysis, this course will also discuss topics in Economics, Statistics, Decision science, Social science, and other fields related to managing risks.

6IENCDC014 - Game Theory

This course is a survey of the main ideas and techniques of game-theoretic analysis related to bargaining, conflict, and negotiation. Mainly, conflict situations are the topic of this course. The game problem is explained by using three main concepts: (1) players, (2) strategies, (3) payoff function. In game theory, the goal of each participant is to achieve the largest individual gain. So, each player wants to know which one of his(her) strategies is best and how he must use own strategies. The aim of this course is to reply this expectancy by constituting its mathematical background. The aim of this course is to reply this expectancy by constituting its mathematical background.

6IENCDC015 - Data Mining

Data Definition, Data Warehousing, Data Processing Concepts and Procedures, Data Mining Presentation and Methods, Data Classification Techniques, Cluster Analysis, Outlier Detection and Processing.

6IENCDC016 - Maintenance Management and Engineering

Definition Of Basic Preventive And Corrective Maintenance Activities, Maintenance Organizations, Maintenance Training, Work Order Systems, Maintenance Planning And Scheduling, Preventive Maintenance , Reliability Centered Maintenance, Maintenance Inventory And Purchasing, Computerized Maintenance Management, Management Reporting And Analysis

6IENTEL002 - Feasbility Study & Enterpreneurship

In this course a brief introduction to feasibility study is given. It is followed by the step by step progress of the feasibility study including the necessary documentation at each stage of the study is introduced. In the entrepreneurship section, basic information, important concepts that should be considered while creating a business plan to establish a new business are explained.

6IENTEL004 - Advanced Statistics Using R

R programming language characteristics, hypothesis testing, statistical distributions, data collection, data cleaning, statistical tests and interpretation of their results.

6IENTEL006 - Productivity Management

6IENWAP001 - Work Placement

The work placement activities which students undertake during their training in the workplaces are planned and conducted according to a “Work Placement Activity Plan” prepared in coordination of the tutors of students, one from their department and one from the workplace, as prescribed in “The IAU’s Work Placement Directives” The contents of the “Work Placement Activity Plans” are prepared depending on both the operations of workplace and the study field of students and ensure that students participate in various activities, in workplaces in relation to the their fields of study; include learning and training activities such as applying the theoretical knowledge into practical problems, performing experiments and analyzing the results, defining the problems and processes related to their field of study, participating in teams, experiencing working with other personalities and observing how decisions are made, etc.

08410
Total9161730
8. Semester
CourseTACECTS

6IENOAS498 - Graduation Project

Improvement Report, Analysis of Results & Reporting, Final Presentation

26510

6IENSEL052 - Social Elective-III

2023
6BUSOAE031 - Public Relations

Some of the subjects considered in the lesson include: Corporatereputation, in-house and external communication, interpersonal communication, body language and propaganda.

6BUSOAS306 - Human Resources Management

This course comprises basic information about human resources management and its various functions.

6CDEGER001 - German-I

In this course the students are provided with the skills of expressing themselves verbally and in writing at basic level.

6CDEGER002 - German-II

In this course the students are provided with the skills of expressing themselves verbally and in writing at basic level.

6CENOAE011 - Computer Network and Security

Network security technologies. Network security and public key cryptography. Various security attacks. PGP, PEM, Kerberos, X509, DSS security.

6FCCLSS001 - Labour and Social Security Law

Work accidents and sickness and teach taking precaution security and first aid, understanding of labor law and regulations.

6FCCSRC003 - Social Responsibility and Community Service

This course comprises fundamentals of social responsibility and basic information on the topics of social work of individuals, groups and businesses.

6FEACDC002 - Behavioral Sciences

Definition and development of behavioral sciences and its application areas, human relations, culture, elements that affect character, emotions, listening, verbal and non-verbal communication, conflict and conflict resolution, stress and dealing with stress.

6IENCDC014 - Game Theory

This course is a survey of the main ideas and techniques of game-theoretic analysis related to bargaining, conflict, and negotiation. Mainly, conflict situations are the topic of this course. The game problem is explained by using three main concepts: (1) players, (2) strategies, (3) payoff function. In game theory, the goal of each participant is to achieve the largest individual gain. So, each player wants to know which one of his(her) strategies is best and how he must use own strategies. The aim of this course is to reply this expectancy by constituting its mathematical background. The aim of this course is to reply this expectancy by constituting its mathematical background.

6IENOAS013 - Inventory Systems

Inventory management, economic order and production quantities, material requirements planning, warehouse management, RFID systems

6IENTEL004 - Advanced Statistics Using R

R programming language characteristics, hypothesis testing, statistical distributions, data collection, data cleaning, statistical tests and interpretation of their results.

6IENOAS402 - Supply Chain Management

What is a supply chain? What is supply chain management?, supply chain processes, design of distribution network in supply chains, inventory planning and management in supply chains

3035

6IENTEL059 - Technical Elective-III-IV-V

90912
6BUSOAE031 - Public Relations

Some of the subjects considered in the lesson include: Corporatereputation, in-house and external communication, interpersonal communication, body language and propaganda.

6BUSOAS306 - Human Resources Management

This course comprises basic information about human resources management and its various functions.

6CDEGER001 - German-I

In this course the students are provided with the skills of expressing themselves verbally and in writing at basic level.

6CENOAE011 - Computer Network and Security

Network security technologies. Network security and public key cryptography. Various security attacks. PGP, PEM, Kerberos, X509, DSS security.

6EENOAS001 - Electric Circuits Measurements and Laboratory

Definitions and units, Kirchhoffs current and voltage laws, Dependent sources and OPAMPS, Analysis methods, First order circuits, Second order circuits.

6FCCLSS001 - Labour and Social Security Law

Work accidents and sickness and teach taking precaution security and first aid, understanding of labor law and regulations.

6FCCSRC003 - Social Responsibility and Community Service

This course comprises fundamentals of social responsibility and basic information on the topics of social work of individuals, groups and businesses.

6IENCDC014 - Game Theory

This course is a survey of the main ideas and techniques of game-theoretic analysis related to bargaining, conflict, and negotiation. Mainly, conflict situations are the topic of this course. The game problem is explained by using three main concepts: (1) players, (2) strategies, (3) payoff function. In game theory, the goal of each participant is to achieve the largest individual gain. So, each player wants to know which one of his(her) strategies is best and how he must use own strategies. The aim of this course is to reply this expectancy by constituting its mathematical background. The aim of this course is to reply this expectancy by constituting its mathematical background.

6IENOAS013 - Inventory Systems

Inventory management, economic order and production quantities, material requirements planning, warehouse management, RFID systems

6IENTEL004 - Advanced Statistics Using R

R programming language characteristics, hypothesis testing, statistical distributions, data collection, data cleaning, statistical tests and interpretation of their results.

6IENTEL005 - Strategic Management&Entrepreneurship

6BUSOAE031 - Public Relations

Some of the subjects considered in the lesson include: Corporatereputation, in-house and external communication, interpersonal communication, body language and propaganda.

6BUSOAS306 - Human Resources Management

This course comprises basic information about human resources management and its various functions.

6CDEGER001 - German-I

In this course the students are provided with the skills of expressing themselves verbally and in writing at basic level.

6CENOAE011 - Computer Network and Security

Network security technologies. Network security and public key cryptography. Various security attacks. PGP, PEM, Kerberos, X509, DSS security.

6EENOAS001 - Electric Circuits Measurements and Laboratory

Definitions and units, Kirchhoffs current and voltage laws, Dependent sources and OPAMPS, Analysis methods, First order circuits, Second order circuits.

6FCCLSS001 - Labour and Social Security Law

Work accidents and sickness and teach taking precaution security and first aid, understanding of labor law and regulations.

6FCCSRC003 - Social Responsibility and Community Service

This course comprises fundamentals of social responsibility and basic information on the topics of social work of individuals, groups and businesses.

6IENCDC014 - Game Theory

This course is a survey of the main ideas and techniques of game-theoretic analysis related to bargaining, conflict, and negotiation. Mainly, conflict situations are the topic of this course. The game problem is explained by using three main concepts: (1) players, (2) strategies, (3) payoff function. In game theory, the goal of each participant is to achieve the largest individual gain. So, each player wants to know which one of his(her) strategies is best and how he must use own strategies. The aim of this course is to reply this expectancy by constituting its mathematical background. The aim of this course is to reply this expectancy by constituting its mathematical background.

6IENOAS013 - Inventory Systems

Inventory management, economic order and production quantities, material requirements planning, warehouse management, RFID systems

6IENTEL004 - Advanced Statistics Using R

R programming language characteristics, hypothesis testing, statistical distributions, data collection, data cleaning, statistical tests and interpretation of their results.

6IENTEL005 - Strategic Management&Entrepreneurship

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  • T : Theory
  • A : Aplication
  • C : Credit
  • ECTS: European Credit Transfer System