The double major program (DMP) allows students enrolled in an undergraduate program to obtain a second bachelor's degree from another department if they meet certain requirements. Thus, the students who have successfully completed the DMP can have a diploma from both the main department and the second major department. The conditions required for admission to the program, to continue and to receive the second degree are specified in the regulation.
In order to graduate from a second major program, a student admitted to the Double Major Program must successfully complete all courses in this program. However, since there are common courses and equivalent courses between the departments, it is sufficient for the student to take the difference courses determined by the faculties and departments from the second major program. The follow-up of the difference courses is carried out by an advisor appointed by the department where the second major program is held. The list of the departments that can be done with the Civil Engineering Department and the programs that the students of these departments have to follow (programs can be downloaded by clicking on the links) are given below.
NOTE: Civil Engineering Department students who want to do a double major in another department can obtain the necessary information about the double major program from the department they apply.
The minor program allows students enrolled in an undergraduate program to complete a group of courses from another department if they meet certain requirements, allowing them to become knowledgeable in this field and to receive a certificate of this department. The conditions for admission to the program, to continue and to receive a certificate are specified in the regulation. The courses to be taken by the students from other departments in the Civil Engineering Department minor program and the amount of credits to be completed are given in the link below.