Educational Objectives of M.Sc. Program
Civil Engineering M.Sc. Program aims to graduate students who:
have the depth for conducting independent works in the field of Civil Engineering,
can have leadership in adapting and applying academic knowledge in production and service sectors,
possess qualification for further academic work in the field of Civil Engineering.
Learning Outcomes of M.Sc. Program
Ability to reach knowledge in breadth and depth through scientific research in Civil Engineering field; to have extensive knowledge about current techniques and procedures together with their constraints.
Ability to complement and apply knowledge by scientific methods utilizing limited or missing data; to use knowledge in different disciplines effectively by blending them.
Ability to formulate Civil Engineering problems; to develop novel and original ideas and procedures for their solutions and to use innovative procedures in solutions.
Awareness of new and developing applications in Civil Engineering; ability to investigate and learn these applications when required.
Ability to design and apply analytical, and modeling and experimental based research; to solve and interpret complex situations encountered in this process.
Ability to lead multi-disciplinary teams; to develop solution approaches in complicated situations and to take responsibility.
Ability to develop novel and/or original ideas and methods; to develop innovative solutions for the design of systems, parts or the processes.
Ability to communicate orally or in writing the process and the results of Civil Engineering studies systematically and openly in national or international platforms.
Ability to master a foreign language (English) at the European Language Portfolio B2 General Level to communicate orally or in writing.
Ability to recognize social, scientific and ethical values in the process of collection, interpretation and publishing of data, and in all professional activities.
Ability to visualize social and environmental dimensions of Civil Engineering applications and to observe these dimensions in professional practice.
Ability to develop appropriate methodology and procedures for the modeling, improvement, control and design of complex systems for a specified target.
Students may be required to take preliminary courses before starting the M.Sc. program. The courses to be taken are determined by the advisor of the student considering the student’s educational background. Studens are required to complete these courses successfully within two semesters.
Master of Science Program
Civil Engineering Master of Science Program is composed of 21 credits coursework and a master thesis. Details are summarized in the following table.
|Courses||Total Credits||Total ECTS Credits|
|Core Courses||4 Courses to be chosen from the departmental elective courses pool as per advisor recommendations||12||40|
|Elective Courses||2 Free and 1 Area Elective Courses to be chosen from the elective courses pool based on advisors approval||9||30|
To see the full curriculum, you can click the link.
Civil Engineering Masters Program is open to any candidate that holds a Bachelor of Science degree in any engineering field of four years undergraduate program. However, the candidates may be required to take some preliminary courses. In order for an applicant to be accepted to the program, it is required for him/her to be able to complete the preliminary courses in two semesters.
Applications should be made to Institute of Science and Engineering within the dates announced by the institute.
For the documents required for application, check Application Process;
For further information, check the website of Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences.
Click the link for the Curriculum of MSc.
Master Of Science Courses
|CE 221||Construction Materials||3||6||CE 162|
|CE 236||Mechanics of Materials||4||6|
|CE 341||Soil Mechanics||4||6||CE 236|
|CE 351||Fluid Mechanics||3||6||CE 231|
|CE 372||Construction Management||3||5|
|CE 381||Structural Analysis||4||6||CE 236|
|CE 382||Reinforced Concrete||3||6||CE 236|
|CE 441||Foundation Engineering||3||6||CE 341|
|CE 488||Introduction to Earthquake Engineering||3||7||CE 381|
|CE 491||Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures||3||7||CE 382|
|CE 493||Design of Structural Steel Members||3||6||CE 236|
Click the link for the Bologna Course Information Forms of the courses below.
Departmental Elective Courses
|CE 520||Mechanics of Reinforced Concrete||3||10|
|CE 521||Advanced Strength of Materials||3||10|
|CE 522||Structure Dynamics||3||10|
|CE 523||Numerical Methods||3||10|
|CE 524||Finite Element Method||3||10|
|CE 525||Plastic Design of Steel Structures||3||10|
|CE 526||Design of Steel Concrete Composite Structures||3||10|
|CE 527||Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures||3||10|
|CE 528||Repair and Strengthening of Damaged Structures||3||10|
|CE 529||Prestressed and Reinforced Concrete Structures||3||10|
|CE 530||Tall Structures||3||10|
|CE 540||Properties of Fresh and Hardened Concrete||3||10|
|CE 541||Advanced Materials of Construction||3||10|
|CE 542||Mechanical Behavior of Materials||3||10|
|CE 543||Admixtures for Concrete||3||10|
|CE 544||Natural Building Materials||3||10|
|CE 545||Mechanical Properties and Deformation of Concrete||3||10|
|CE 550||Advanced Soil Mechanics||3||10|
|CE 551||Experimental Soil Mechanics||3||10|
|CE 552||Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering||3||10|
|CE 553||Soil Improvement||3||10|
|CE 560||Construction Process Planning and Management||3||10|
|CE 561||Scientific Writing||3||10|
|CE 562||Advanced Project Planing||3||10|
|CE 563||Quality Control and Quality Management in Constructions||3||10|
|CE 564||Sustainability Management and Legal Framework||3||10|
|CE 565||Sustainable Cities||3||10|
|CE 570||Mechanics of Water Waves||3||10|
|CE 571||Wind Energy||3||10|
|CE 580||Special Topic in Civil Engineering||3||10|