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Educational Objectives of the M.Sc. Program 

Learning Outcomes of the M.Sc. Program 

Application and Admission to the M.Sc. Program 

Preliminary Courses

M.Sc. Program Description 

M.Sc. Courses 

Bologna Process

 

Doctorate

Educational Objectives of the Ph.D. Program 

Program Outcomes of the Ph.D. Program 

Application and Admission to the Ph.D. Program 

Ph.D. Program Description

Ph.D. Program for Students Having an Undergraduate Degree

Ph.D. Courses 

Bologna Process

 

 

Educational Objectives and Learning Outcomes of M.Sc. Program

Educational Objectives of M.Sc. Program

Industrial and Systems Engineering M.Sc. Program aims to graduate students who:

  1. have the depth for conducting independent works in the field of Systems Engineering,
  2. can have leadership in adapting and applying academic knowledge in production and service sectors,
  3. possess qualifications for further academic work in the field of Systems Engineering.

Learning Outcomes of M.Sc. Program

  1. Ability to reach knowledge in breadth and depth through scientific research in Industrial and Systems Engineering field; to have extensive knowledge about current techniques and procedures together with their constraints.
  2. Ability to complement and apply knowledge by scientific methods utilizing limited or missing data; to use knowledge in different disciplines effectively by blending them.
  3. Ability to formulate Industrial and Systems Engineering problems; to develop novel and original ideas and procedures for their solutions and to use innovative procedures in solutions.
  4. Awareness of new and developing applications in Industrial and Systems Engineering; ability to investigate and learn these applications when required.
  5. Ability to design and apply analytical, and modeling and experimental based research; to solve and interpret complex situations encountered in this process.
  6. Ability to lead multi-disciplinary teams; to develop solution approaches in complicated situations and to take responsibility.
  7. Ability to develop novel and/or original ideas and methods; to develop innovative solutions for the design of systems, parts or the processes.
  8. Ability to communicate orally or in writing the process and the results of Industrial and Systems Engineering studies systematically and openly in national or international platforms.
  9. Ability to master a foreign language (English) at the European Language Portfolio B2 General Level to communicate orally or in writing.
  10. Ability to recognize social, scientific and ethical values in the process of collection, interpretation and publishing of data, and in all professional activities.
  11. Ability to visualize social and environmental dimensions of Industrial and Systems Engineering applications and to observe these dimensions in professional practice.
  12. Ability to develop appropriate methodology and procedures for the modeling, improvement, control and design of complex systems for a specified target.

 

Industrial and Systems 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 required documents, application dates, required forms check the website of Institute of Science and Engineering.

 

Preliminary Courses

In order to start the Industrial and Systems Engineering M.Sc. program students are required to complete MATH 281, ISE 222, ISE 302, ISE 352 and ISE 361 courses in the scientific preparation program partially or fully.

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. Students are required to complete these courses successfully within two semesters.

M.Sc. Program

Industrial and Systems Engineering Master of Science Program is composed of 21 credits coursework and a master thesis. Details are summarized in the following table.

 
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 Courses

Total Credits

 Total ECTS Credits

Total

 8 Courses

21

 132

Core Courses

ESYE 501, ESYE 505, ESYE 522
veya
ESYE 501, ESYE 505, ESYE 552

9

30

Seminar

ESYE 590

Noncredit

2

Elective Courses

4 Courses (with the approval of advisor)

12

40

Thesis

Mandatory

Noncredit

30 x 2 semester =60

 
 

 

Preliminary Courses

 

ID

Course Name

Credit

ECTS

ISE 222

Operations Research I

4

9

ISE 302

Systems Engineering Methods

3

6

ISE 352

Linear Systems and Control

3

5

ISE 361

Production Systems Design

3

5

MATH 281

Probability

3

5

 

 

Compulsory Courses

ID

Course Name

Credit

ECTS

ESYE 501

Research Methodologies in Systems Engineering

3

10

ESYE 505

Systems Engineering Methodology

3

10

ESYE 522

Operations Research

3

10

ESYE 552

Modern Control Engineering

3

10

ESYE 590

Research Seminar

No Credit

2

ESYE 600

Master Thesis

0

60

 

Elective Courses

ID

Course Name

Credit

ECTS

ESYE 540

Stochastic Processes

3

10

ESYE 541

Engineering Experimental Design

3

10

ESYE 549

Logistics Systems Planning and Design

3

10

ESYE 550

Fuzzy Set Theory and Applications

3

10

ESYE 560

Advance Methods in Operations Research

3

10

ESYE 562

Multi Criteria Decision Making

3

10

ESYE 564

Supply Chain Management

3

10

ESYE 565

Modeling and Decision Making for Industrial Systems

3

10

ESYE 573

Quantitative Methods in Finance

3

10

 

 

 

INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

MASTERS (M.Sc.) PROGRAM INFORMATION

Level of Qualification: Second Cycle

Goals

Industrial and Systems Engineering M.Sc. Program aims to graduate students who:

  1. have the depth for conducting independent works in the field of Industrial and Systems Engineering,
  2. can have leadership in adapting and applying academic knowledge in production and service sectors,
  3. possess qualification for further academic work in the field of Industrial and Systems Engineering.

Objectives

Our graduates will lead the required original and independent research, development and application activities for the design of product, process and systems in the private and public sector or education/research institutions.

Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Ability to reach knowledge in breadth and depth through scientific research in Industrial and Systems Engineering field; to have extensive knowledge about current techniques and procedures together with their constraints.
  2. Ability to complement and apply knowledge by scientific methods utilizing limited or missing data; to use knowledge in different disciplines effectively by blending them.
  3. Ability to formulate Industrial and Systems Engineering problems; to develop novel and original ideas and procedures for their solutions and to use innovative procedures in solutions.
  4. Awareness of new and developing applications in Industrial and Systems Engineering; ability to investigate and learn these applications when required.
  5. Ability to design and apply analytical, and modeling and experimental based research; to solve and interpret complex situations encountered in this process.
  6. Ability to lead multi-disciplinary teams; to develop solution approaches in complicated situations and to take responsibility.
  7. Ability to develop novel and/or original ideas and methods; to develop innovative solutions for the design of systems, parts or the processes.
  8. Ability to communicate orally or in writing the process and the results of Industrial and Systems Engineering studies systematically and openly in national or international platforms.
  9. Ability to master a foreign language (English) at the European Language Portfolio B2 General Level to communicate orally or in writing.
  10. Ability to recognize social, scientific and ethical values in the process of collection, interpretation and publishing of data, and in all professional activities.
  11. Ability to visualize social and environmental dimensions of Industrial and Systems Engineering applications and to observe these dimensions in professional practice.
  12. Ability to develop appropriate methodology and procedures for the modeling, improvement, control and design of complex systems for a specified target.

Qualification Awarded

An M.Sc. degree (second cycle) in Industrial and Systems Engineering is given to those who have successfully completed 132 ECTS credit and fully complied with program qualifications.

Admission Requirements

To apply for a Master’s program, a Bachelor’s degree must be held or expected to be held by the end of the term of application. Applications should be made to Institute of Science and Engineering within the dates announced by the institute. For the required documents, application dates, required forms check the website of Institute of Science and Engineering.

Occupational Profiles of Graduates and Access to Further Studies

Students having M.Sc. degree gain proficiency in their field and can work in a wide work spectrum. Our graduates currently work in positions as technical support engineer, business development engineer, production planning manager, systems manager, financial analyst, production development analyst, logistics manager, control engineer, software engineer, project leader, process development manager, strategist, EPR consultant, portfolio manager in IT, logistics, production, finance, consultancy and  defense industries. In addition, our graduates have an opportunity to work in public organizations as expert, controller and inspector.

Graduates holding and M.Sc. degree are eligible to apply to Ph.D. degree” programs at national or international levels either in the same or in the related disciplines.

Graduation Requirements

Industrial and Systems Engineering M.Sc.Program is composed of 72 ECTS course work and 60 ECTS   graduate thesis. A student must successfully complete the followings:

  • Three compulsory courses (ESYE 501, ESYE 505, and one of ESYE 522 or ESYE 552) with a total of 30 ECTS,
  • Four elective courses with a minimum total of 40 ECTS,
  • Complete the requirements of seminar course ESYE 590 with 2 ECTS,
  • Prepare a graduate thesis with 60 ECTS and defend it successfully.
  • Have a minimum average (CGPA) of 3.00.

Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading

Performance of students is evaluated based on his/her work during the semester (midterm exams, quizzes, projects, lab work, etc.) and his/her grade in the final exam at the end of the each semester. The total weight of the graded work within the semester should be between 40% and 70% of the overall grade.  At the end of the semester, the professor who teaches the course assigns each student a letter grade based on the overall performance of the student.  The letter grades and the corresponding numeric values are given below:

Letter Grade

Value

AA

4.00

BA

3.50

BB

3.00

CB

2.50

CC

2.00

DC

1.50

DD

1.00

F

0

In order to pass a course, a student should receive a grade “CC” or higher. The letter grade “F”  indicates an unsuccessfull completion of the course, therefore students who receive an “F” from a course do not earn any credits for that course.

M.Sc. Information Package 

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Educational Objectives and Program Outcomes of the Ph.D. Program

Educational Objectives of the Ph.D. Program

Industrial and Systems Engineering Doctorate (Ph.D.) Program aims to graduate students who:

  1. are capable of conducting original studies and contributing to the knowledge in the field of Industrial and Systems Engineering,
  2. can have leadership in adapting and applying academic outcomes in production and service sectors,
  3. are capable of conducting educational, training and research activities in the relevant academic units.

Program Outcomes of Ph.D. Program

  1. Ability to understand and apply natural sciences, mathematics and engineering sciences in advanced level.
  2. Ability to possess wide and deep knowledge in the field of Industrial and Systems Engineering including the most recent advances.
  3. Ability to possess advanced level of required skill, techniques and methods to conduct research by using and evaluating up-to-date information.
  4. Ability to model, design and develop solutions, under realistic constraints, a system, a process or a product by generating innovative and original ideas.
  5. Ability to transfer advancements in scientific, technical and cultural developments to the society with the ethical responsibility and scientific objectivity.
  6. Ability to perceive, design and apply an original research process independently: manages this process successfully.
  7. Ability to execute a comprehensive study that brings innovation to the science and technology or develops technological product/process or adapts an already known method to a new field.
  8. Ability to contribute to the development of science and technology literature by publishing research results in respectable scientific platforms.
  9. Ability to analyze, synthesize and evaluate critically the ideas and developments in the field of specialization.
  10. Ability to communicate effectively in writing, orally and visually with peers and wide scientific and social communities by using a foreign language at a level of European Language Portfolio C1 General Level.

 

Applications should be made to Institute of Science and Engineering within the dates announced by the institute. For the required documents, application dates, required forms check the website of Institute of Science and Engineering.

 

Ph.D. program for students having M.Sc. degree

In order to start the Industrial and Systems Engineering Ph.D. program students are required to complete MATH 281, ISE 222, ISE 302, ISE 352 and ISE 361 courses in the scientific preparation programme partially or fully.

In order to complete the Industrial and Systems Engineering Ph.D. program students are required to:

  • take three compulsory courses (ESYE 501, ESYE 505, ESYE 522)
  • the seminar course ESYE 690 and four elective courses
  • pass qualification exam ESYE 691
  • defend Ph.D. thesis

The conditions of completing Ph.D. program for those having master of science degree are summarized in the table below.

 

Courses

Total Credits

 Total ECTS Credits

Total

 9 Courses

21

 252

Compulsory Courses

ESYE 501*, ESYE 505*, ESYE 522

9

30

Seminar

ESYE 690

Noncredit

2

Area Elective Courses

4 Courses (with the approval of advisor)

12

40

Qualification Exam

ESYE 691 (Mandatory)

Noncredit

30

Thesis Proposal

Mandatory

Noncredit

Noncredit

Thesis

Mandatory

Noncredit

150

* If this course has been taken during the Master of Science program, the student should take elective course instead.

Ph.D. program for students having an undergraduate degree

In order to start the Industrial and Systems Engineering Ph.D. program students are required to complete MATH 281, ISE 222, ISE 302, ISE 352 and ISE 361 courses in the scientific preparation program partially or fully.

In order to complete the Industrial and Systems Engineering Ph.D. program students having an undergraduate degree are required to:

  • take the three compulsory courses of ESYE 501, ESYE 505, ESYE 522;
  • two seminar courses of ESYE 590, ESYE 690; and 10 elective courses
  • pass the qualification exam ESYE 691
  • defend Ph.D. thesis

The conditions of completing the Ph.D. program for those having an undergraduate degree are summarized in the table below.

 

Courses

Total Credits

  Total ECTS Credits

Total

 17 Courses

42

 324

Compulsory Courses

ESYE 501, ESYE 505, ESYE 522
 

9

30

Seminar

ESYE 590, ESYE 690

Noncredit

4

Area Elective Courses

10 Courses (with the approval of advisor)

30

100

Free Elective Course with the approval of advisor 3 10

Qualification Exam

ESYE 691 (Mandatory)

Noncredit

30

Thesis Proposal

Mandatory

Noncredit

Noncredit

Thesis

Mandatory

Noncredit

150

 

 

Compulsory Courses

ID

Course Name

Credit

ECTS

ESYE 501

Research Methodologies in Systems Engineering

3

10

ESYE 505

Systems Engineering Methodology

3

10

ESYE 522 Operations Research 3 10

ESYE 690

Seminar

Non-credit

2

ESYE 691

Qualifying Exam Preparation

Non-credit

30

ESYE 700

PH.D. Thesis

Non-credit

150

Elective Courses

ID

Course Name

Credit

ECTS

ESYE 604

Quantitative Methods for Systems Engineering II

3

10

ESYE 621

Combinatorial Optimization

3

10

ESYE 647

Statistical Inference

3

10

ESYE 648

Time Series Analysis and Forecasting

3

10

ESYE 654

Industrial Automation Systems

3

10

 

 

INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING DOCTORATE PROGRAM INFORMATION

Level of Qualification: Third Cycle

Goals

Industrial and Systems Engineering Doctorate (Ph.D.) Program aims to graduate students who:

  1. are capable of conducting original studies and contributing to the knowledge in the field of Industrial and Systems Engineering,
  2. can have leadership in adapting and applying academic outcomes in production and service sectors,
  3. are capable of conducting educational, training and research activities in the relevant academic units.

Objectives

Our graduates will lead the required original and independent research, development and application activities for the design of product, process and systems in the private and public sector or education/research institutions; they will also contribute to the generation and dissemination of scientific knowledge in their fields.

Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Ability to understand and apply natural sciences, mathematics and engineering sciences in advanced level.
  2. Ability to possess wide and deep knowledge in the field of Industrial and Systems Engineering including the most recent advances.
  3. Ability to possess advanced level of required skill, techniques and methods to conduct research by using and evaluating up-to-date information.
  4. Ability to model, design and develop solutions, under realistic constraints, a system, a process or a product by generating innovative and original ideas.
  5. Ability to transfer advancements in scientific, technical and cultural developments to the society with the ethical responsibility and scientific objectivity.
  6. Ability to perceive, design and apply an original research process independently: manages this process successfully.
  7. Ability to execute a comprehensive study that brings innovation to the science and technology or develops technological product/process or adapts an already known method to a new field.
  8. Ability to contribute to the development of science and technology literature by publishing research results in respectable scientific platforms.
  9. Ability to analyze, synthesize and evaluate critically the ideas and developments in the field of specialization.
  10. Ability to communicate effectively in writing, orally and visually with peers and wide scientific and social communities by using a foreign language at a level of European Language Portfolio C1 General Level.

Qualification Awarded

A doctorate (third cycle) degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering is given to those 1) who have Masters degree and successfully completed 252 ECTS credit and fully complied with the program qualifications or those 2) who have undergraduate degree and successfully completed 324 ECTS credit and fully complied with the program qualifications.

Admission Requirements

To apply for a doctorate programa Master’s degree must be held or expected to be held by the end of the term. Applications should be made to Institute of Science and Engineering within the dates announced by the institute. For the required documents, application dates, required forms check the website of Institute of Science and Engineering.

Occupational Profiles of Graduates and Access to Further Studies

Doctorate Program offers graduates an excellent opportunity for academic career as well as refined job opportunities in private and state sectors.

Graduates who are successfully completed the program, can apply for academic posts by complying with the related academic appointment and promotion criteria. Furthermore, they can apply post-doctoral programs.

Graduation Requirements

For students who were admitted to Doctorate program with a Masters degree:

  1. To successfully complete with 3.0/4.0 at least 100 ECTS credit (60 ECTS compulsory +40 ECTS elective) worth of  the departmental or related departmental courses and to successfully complete at least one 2 ECTS credit seminar course,
  2. To be successful in Doctorate qualification exam,
  3. To successfully complete a Doctorate Thesis (150 ECTS) and defend it orally before a jury.

For students who were admitted to Doctorate program with an undergraduate degree:

  1. To successfully complete with 3.0/4.0 CGPA at least 170 ECTS credit (70 ECTS compulsory +100 ECTS elective) worth of  the departmental or related departmental courses and to successfully complete at least two 2 ECTS credit worth of seminar course,
  2. To be successful in Doctorate qualification exam,
  3. To successfully complete a Doctorate Thesis (150 ECTS) and defend it orally before a jury.

Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading

Performance of students is evaluated based on his/her work during the semester (midterm exams, quizzes, projects, lab work, etc.) and his/her grade in the final exam at the end of the each semester. The total weight of the graded work within the semester should be between 40% and 70% of the overall grade.  At the end of the semester, the professor who teaches the course assigns each student a letter grade based on the overall performance of the student.  The letter grades and the corresponding numeric values are given below table:

 

Letter Grade

Value

AA

4.00

BA

3.50

BB

3.00

CB

2.50

CC

2.00

DC

1.50

DD

1.00

F

0

 

In order to pass a course, a student should receive a grade “CB” or higher. The letter grade “F”  indicates an unsuccessfull completion of the course, therefore students who receive an “F” from a course do not earn any credits for that course.

Ph.D. Information Package