Erasmus Coordinator: RSRCH. ASST. DR. MEHMET GURSOY
Farabi Coordinator: RSRCH. ASST. DR. MEHMET GURSOY
Purpose: The aim of the chemical engineering program is to provide theoretical and practical training on the subjects such as the application of the findings of the science of chemistry to the industry, the design of the facilities that will produce chemical production, the construction of the facilities for the purpose of inspection, the evaluation, inspection, improvement and development studies in the process from the processing of chemical substances to the marketing of products.
Vision: To be a training and research institution that is nationally and internationally respected, constantly improving itself with modern technology according to the requirements of the age.
Mission: To educate chemical engineers who have professional and ethical responsibility equipped with sufficient knowledge and skills that can take active roles in national and international level in all fields of Chemical Engineering, which serve the society in line with technological developments by using their knowledge and skills, contribute to the development and spread of science and technology in the country and the world.
Program Language: Turkish
Program Description: Chemical Engineering is an engineering branch that uses the knowledge of mathematics, physics, chemistry, thermodynamics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, as well as physicochemistry, mass transfer and chemical reaction, which are common topics in all other engineering units in the design, operation and solution of environmental problems. Chemical engineering is a vast and versatile branch of engineering that deals with the development and implementation of processes in which the chemical structure, energy content, or physical state of materials are altered.
Admission Registration Requirements: Students are placed in our department with a central system according to the YKS exam results.
Recognition of Prior Learning: According to the regulations of the Adaptation Directive, the courses taken by our students who have come to our department with the undergraduate and external transfer or who have settled with the YKS exam are evaluated and the students are exempted from the courses in accordance with the course plan and curriculum.
Graduation Requirements: In order for a student to graduate from the program he/she is enrolled in, he/she must have taken and succeeded all the courses in that program and the graduation-grade grade point average must be at least 2.00. The graduation date of the student is the last day of the exam in that exam period. However, students who have not been able to graduate with a single course, internship, industry-based education, graduation assignment/thesis, and so on until this date will graduate on the date of successful completion of the single course exam or the completion of these studies. Students who graduate to the academic year following their graduation pay the tuition fee or the secondary education fee in that semester. However, the tuition fee for that semester is not collected from the student who passes the single course exam.
Measurement and Evaluation Principles: After the general/make-up exam of a course, the student is given a letter grade by the instructor, taking into account the total of 40% of the mid-term / exam grade and 60% of the general/make-up exam grade. In order for the student to be considered successful in this course, the letter grade he/she has received must be at least CC. However, the lecturer cannot determine a letter as a grade under the letter equivalent in the table below. Students who have the same score cannot be given different letter grades. The letter grade given to a student cannot be lower than the letter grade of the students with a lower score. Ratings Notes Coefficients 90-100 AA 4.00 85-89 BA 3.50 75-84 BB 3.00 70-74 CB 2.50 60-69 CC 2.00 55-59 DC 1.50 50-54 DD 1.00 40-49 FD 0.50 0-39 FF 0.00 - F 0.00 FD, FF: Failed F: No right to take the general exam due to absenteeism or failure from practice. G: Pass (Successful in non-credit courses) K: Failed (Unsuccessful in noncredit courses) M (Exempt): Students who have been admitted with an undergraduate and external transfer from a higher education institution or who have been re-enrolled by taking the OSYM exam while studying in any higher education program, previously attended to the related program, This is the grade recorded for the courses taken in the program and deemed successful with the decision of the relevant Board of Directors. The grade in the institution he/she came from is indicated with the letter.
Employment Opportunities: Students who study for a master's degree in our department continue their studies in various engineering subjects. In our country, chemical engineers work in many sectors such as petrochemical, automotive, food, cement, ceramic, textile, pharmaceutical, paint, glass, fertilizer, metal and coating, rubber, and defense industry. Chemical engineers work in these sectors in departments such as R&D, process design and optimization, factory organization and operation, management, quality control, and environmental safety.
Transition to Higher Degree Programs: Our graduates can continue their education life within the scope of the doctoral and postgraduate education quotas and principles opened by the Institute of Science.