MATH 101 CALCULUS I: Trigonometric Functions and their basic properties. Inverse trigonometric functions. Logarithmic and exponential functions. Limit and continuity of functions of one variable. Derivative. Drawing function graph. Derivative applications. Optimization problems. Specific and uncertain (Riemann) Integrally. Finding the area under the curve. Theorem. Integral Techniques. Fields. Surfaces. Volumes. Absolute Integrals. Series.

PHYS 101 PHYSICS I: This course aims to introduce fundamental concepts in Newtonian Mechanics including dynamics, kinematics, momentum, energy and rotational motion. PHYS 101 is a first-semester freshman physics class in Newtonian Mechanics. It is expected that students have already mastered algebra and basic trigonometry at the high school level. 

PHYSL 101L PHYSICS LABORATORY: This course covers topics such as Newtonian mechanics, kinematics, dynamics, forces, work, kinetic and potential energy, momentum, circular and rotational motion, and gravity.

CHEM 101 GENERAL CHEMISTRY: This course covers the application of chemistry on engineering and fundamental principles of chemistry. The course contents include matter ant its properties, uncertainty and significant figures, dimensional analysis, atom and atomic theory, mass relationships in chemical reactions, reactions in aqueous solutions, gases, thermochemistry, electronic structure of atoms, periodic table, chemical binding, liquids and solids, physical properties of solutions, thermodynamics and electrochemistry.

ME 121 ENGINEERING DRAWING I: Technical drawing in engineering. Meanings of line types. Lettering. Fundamentals of dimensioning. Principles of projection. Orthographic views. Section views. Isometric perspectives. Surface finishing symbols. Symbols of materials. Mechanical assembly drawing. Fasteners. Welding symbols. Limits and fits. Geometric tolerances.

CS 101 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING I: The main objectives of this course are to introduce students to the fundamentals of computer programming such as variables, conditionals, functions and to enable students to write and run Python programs to solve small tasks. This course covers basic programming concepts such as variables, data types, iteration, functions, lists, dictionaries, and file I/O.


MATH 102 CALCULUS II: Sequences. Series. Convergence Tests. Three-dimensional coordinate system, vectors, point and cross products, lines and conics, vector functions and space curves, derivatives and integrals of vector functions, multivariable functions, limit and continuity, partial derivative, directional derivative and gradient vector, finding local and absolute extreme values ​​and classification, Lagrange multiplier method, double and triple integrals and applications, vector fields, Green and Stokes theorem, curl and deviation, curve and surface integrals, Divergence theorem.

PHYS 102 PHYSICS II: This course covers electromagnetism and basic electrical circuits, electric field, electric potential, capacitance, resistance, direct and alternating current circuits, magnetic fields and magnetic forces, electromagnetic induction, inductance and electromagnetic waves.

PHYS 102 PHYSCIS II LABORATORY: This course covers electromagnetism and basic electrical circuits, electric field, electrical potential, capacitance, resistance, accurate and alternating current circuits, magnetic fields and magnetic forces, electromagnetic induction, inductance and electromagnetic waves experiments.

MATH 201 LINEAR ALGEBRA: Basic concepts of Linear algebra. Solutions of Linear equation systems. Vectors and Matts. Vector subspaces. Linear independence and base, determinants, characteristic value and characteristic vectors. Other topics and applications.

ME 122 ENGINEERING DRAWING II: Introduction to computer aided technical drawing. Basic drawing functions and multi-view projection.  Sectioning and conventions. General concepts in 3D modelling. Creating parts in 3D design and solid modeling. Transferring 3D parts to drafting detailing. Assembly modelling and assembling parts.

ME 112 STATICS (MECHANICS I): Fundamentals of statics (Newton laws). Vector operations (force, position and moment vectors). Free body diagrams. Planar forces. Resultant and components of a force system. Equations of equilibrium in 2-D and 3-D (Particle and rigid body equilibrium). Center of gravity. First and second moment of areas. Parallel axis and perpendicular axis theorems. Support types, support reactions. Types of loads and structures. Statically determinate and indeterminate systems. Trusses, frames and machines, cables. Friction. Internal forces. Virtual work and energy methods.


MATH 202 DIFFERANTIAL EQUATIONS: Examination of First order differential equations. Asset and uniqueness theorem. Solutions and applications of various differential equations from the first order linear differential equations with variable coefficient and constant coefficient of higher order basic theorems. Ambiguous coefficients for fixed coefficient linear equations and operator method. Method of exchange of parameters. Drop Method. Variable conversion method. Euler-Cauchy differential equation. High order full Solution of initial value problems with differential equations. Laplace Method. Linear differential equation systems.

ME 201 FUND. OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICAL ENGINEERING: Basic electric terms and circuit components. Basics of electric circuits. Alternate current circuits and power. Semi-conductor circuit components: diode, transistor. Power electronics. Analog and digital electronics: signal processing, basic circuits, applications, Principles of electromagnetism. Principle of electro mechanics. Introduction to electric machinery: asynchronous machines, synchronous machines, direct-current machines.

ME 211 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS I: Stress. Strain. Mechanical properties of materials. Statically determinate systems. Relationships between stress and strain. Statically indeterminate systems. Torsion. Bending of beams: moments, forces and stresses.

ME 213 DYNAMICS (MECHANICS II): Introduction. Kinematics of a particle. Velocity and acceleration. Rectilinear motion. Planar motion. Kinetics of a particle. Free motion. Projectiles. Impulse. Momentum. Impact. Work and energy. Kinetics of system particles. Kinetics of rigid bodies. Non-inertial reference frames.

ME 221 MATERIAL SCIENCE: Classification of engineering materials. Alloys and phase diagrams. Iron and steel production. Types and use of steel and cast iron. Non-ferrous metals and alloys and their use in engineering applications. Heat treatment of metals and alloys

ME 241 THERMODYNAMICS I: Basic concepts and definitions. Properties of pure substances. Ideal and real gases. Energy, heat and work. Conservation of energy. Application on closed systems and control volumes. Second law of thermodynamics. Heat engines and refrigeration cycle. Carnot cycle. Clausius inequality. Entropy. The increase of entropy principle. Entropy change of pure substances, liquids and solids. Isentropic efficiencies. Entropy balance.


ME 202 PROGRAMMING for ENGINEERS: Introduction to programming languages. Introduction to C/C++, Fortran, MATLAB. Structural programming. Big-O notation. Introduction to data structures and algorithms. Programming linear set of equations. Engineering applications.

ME 204 MEASUREMENT TECHIQUES: Basic concepts of measurement. Basic analysis of measurement data. Basic quantity, dimension, electrical, pressure, flow, temperature, force, torque, strain, hardness, motion, vibration, radiation, heat and mass transfer, air pollution measurements. Calibration, traceability and certification. Report and presentation of measurement results.

ME 212 STRENGTH of MATERIALS II: Combined loadings and design of beams and shafts. Transformations of stress and strain. Bending of beams: deflections, instability and buckling of struts and columns. Equilibrium and compatibility equations: applications to beams and thick-walled cylinders. Energy theorems.

ME 214 FLUID MECHANICS I: Introduction and fundamental concepts. Fluid properties. Fluid statics. Fluid kinematics. Conservation of mass. Work and energy of moving fluids. Fluid momentum. Differential fluid flow. Dimensional analysis and similitude.

ME 222 DESIGN AND MANUFCTURING I: Classification of casting methods. Sand mold casting: model and core manufacturing, mold and core materials. Molding methods: mask mold method, full – mold method. Casting to molds that drained by melting. Die casting and pressurized casting methods. Centrifugal casting and continuous casting methods. Classification of welding methods. Weld ability. Gas welding. Arc welding methods: cast iron welding, under-slag welding. Beam welding methods: electric resistance welding, friction welding gas pressure welding, explosion welding.  Thermal cutting methods.

ME 242 THERMODYNAMICS II: Gas power cycles. Air-standard assumptions. Carnot, Otto, Diesel, Stirling, Ericsson and Brayton cycles. Vapor and combined power cycles. Rankine cycle. Cooling cycles. Gas mixtures. Air conditioning processes.


ME 311 FLUID MECHANICS II: Viscous flow. Potential and differential flow analysis. Laminar and turbulent boundary layers. Major and minor losses in pipes. Flow over immersed bodies. Boundary layer. Compressibility. Added mass effects. Navier-Stokes equations.

ME 321 MACHINE ELEMENTS I: Design principles, tolerances and allowances. Stress and strain analysis. Dynamic loads and fatigue. Safety analyses. Mechanical properties and selection of materials. Shafts and hubs. Shaft-hub connections. Permanent joints; detachable joints, bolted joints, shafts, hubs keys, pins, splines, rings, couplings, springs.

ME 323 DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING II: Classification of casting methods. Sand mold casting model and core manufacturing. Mold and core materials. Molding methods. Mask mold method. Full – mold method. Casting to molds that drained by melting. The casting and pressurized casting methods. Centrifugal casting and continuous casting methods. Classification of welding methods. Weld ability. Gas welding. Arc welding methods. Cast iron welding. Under-slag welding. Beam welding methods, Electric resistance welding. Friction welding. Gas pressure welding. Explosion welding.  Thermal cutting methods.

ME 341 HEAT TRANSFER I: Physical origins and rate equations. Overview of heat transfer: conduction, convection and radiation. Thermal resistance concept. Introduction to conduction. The thermal properties of matter. The heat diffusion equation. Boundary and initial conditions. One dimensional steady-state conduction. The plane wall. Radial systems. Conduction with thermal energy generation. Heat transfer from extended surfaces. Two dimensional, steady-state conduction. Transient Conduction.

MATH 211 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERING: Graphical representations of Data. Probability Axioms. Bayesian theorem. Discrete distributions (geometric, binomial, Poisson). Continuous Distributions (Normal, exponential, Weibull); Point and range estimation. Probability functions. Hypothesis tests for one or two population ratios, averages and variances.

MATH 300 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS FOR ENGINEERING:  The solutions of linear. Nonlinear equations and systems. Interpolation and polynomial approximation. Numerical differentiation and integration. The solution of differential equations. Curve fitting.  Numerical optimization.


ME 322 MACHINE ELEMENTS II: Friction and tribology. Plain bearings. Selection of roller, journal and thrust bearings. Spur gears, helical gears, bevel gears and worm gears. Belt and pulley mechanisms. Couplings, clutches and brakes.

ME 342 HEAT TRANSFER II: Introduction to convection. Convection boundary layers. Local and average convection coefficients. Laminar and turbulent flow. Dimensionless parameters. Boundary layer analogies. External flow. The flat plate in a parallel flow. The cylinder in a cross flow. The sphere. Flow across banks of tubes. Internal flow. Hydrodynamic and thermal considerations. The energy balance. Laminar and turbulent flow in circular tubes. Free convection. Boiling and condensation. Heat transfer by radiation. Heat exchangers. The overall heat transfer coefficient. Log mean temperature difference and the effectiveness-NTU methods.

ME 352 MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS: Response of single degree-of-freedom systems to periodic and non-periodic excitation. Lagrange equations. Multi degree-of-freedom systems. Coordinate transformation and normal coordinates. Eigenvalue problem. Modal vectors and orthogonality. Modal analysis. Response to harmonic excitation. Continuous systems.

ME 354 MECHANISMS: Introduction of mechanisms. Degree of freedom of mechanisms and their classification. Position analysis of mechanisms. Velocity and acceleration analysis of mechanisms. Linear mechanical systems. Force analysis of mechanisms. Four bar mechanisms. Cam mechanisms.


ME 451 SYSTEM DYNAMICS AND CONTROL: Introduction and basic definitions. Modeling of physical system components. Modeling of physical system. Linear graphs of one-port and two-port elements. State models of dynamics systems. Selection of state variables via system graph. Transfer functions and system response. Time response of first and second order systems. Higher order systems. System identification in time and frequency domain. Model reduction.

GEN 200 ENGINEERING ECONOMICS: This Course is designed to inform students about the modelling and analysis of production systems. After you understand the nature and context of Production systems and the key decision areas of various phases throughout a system life, it will focus on strategic, long-range issues, especially for the design phase. A wide range of designs, which are encountered in modern manufacturing environments, will be discussed with various quantitative methods and modeling approaches.

GEN 401 WORKER’S HEALTH AND WORK SAFETY IWithin the scope of the course, the awareness of the students about occupational health and safety, their duties, responsibilities and legal rights are taught and taught in business life. Moreover, it is aimed to gain awareness and occupational safety culture in order to work in a healthy and safe environment. Occupational Health and Safety Law No. 6331, Labor Law No. 4857, Social Insurance and General Health Insurance Law No.5510 are covered.


GEN 402 WORKER’S HEALTH AND WORK SAFETY II: Within the scope of the course. The awareness of the students about occupational health and safety. Their duties, responsibilities and legal rights are taught and taught in business life. Moreover, it is aimed to gain awareness and occupational safety culture in order to work in a healthy and safe environment. Occupational Health and Safety Law No. 6331, Labor Law No. 4857, Social Insurance and General Health Insurance Law No.5510 are covered.

GEN 404 INOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP: This course provides the skills necessary to succeed as an entrepreneur in business branches. The basics of starting and running a business, developing a business plan, obtaining financing, marketing a product or service, and developing an accounting system will be covered