Undergraduate Program Course List

Compulsory Departmental Courses

Elective Courses

Technical Elective Courses

Service Courses Taken From Other Departments



Compulsory Departmental Courses

ME 101 - Introduction to Mechanical Engineering
History of mechanical engineering, its areas of interest and its relationship with the other engineering disciplines. Sub-disciplines of mechanical engineering, design, materials, mechanical and thermal sciences. Emerging technologies and latest trends in mechanical engineering. Skills necessary for a degree in mechanical engineering and curricula. Typical mechanical engineering projects and problems. Engineering problem solving techniques and their applications to some problems. Importance of written, oral and electronic communications. Importance of creative thinking, problem solution, lifelong learning and team work. Library use, computer use, internet and other sources of information. Use of computers in mechanical engineering. Career opportunities in mechanical engineering. Professionalism and ethics. Technical and legal responsibilities of mechanical engineers. Current legislature. Professional societies.

ME 201 - Statics
General introduction, statics of particles, statics of rigid bodies, equivalent force systems, equilibrium, analysis of trusses, analysis of beams, friction, and geometric properties of surfaces.

ME 210 - Strength of Materials
Concepts of normal and shear stress, strain. Axial load, statically indeterminate axially loaded members. Torsion, statically indeterminate torque-loaded members. Bending of beams. Combined loadings. Stress and strain transformation. Simple loading tension, torsion and bending. Deflections with simple loadings, superposition techniques. Statistically indeterminate members, thermal stresses.

ME 316 - Machine Elements
2-D and 3-D stress analysis. Static failure criteria, factor of safety. Fatigue Failure criteria, S-N curves, stress concentration. Design of shafts and detachable joints. Design of threaded fasteners and power screws. Design of rolling contact bearings. Power transmission. Design of gear drives, spur gears, helical gears. Design of belt drives. Design of springs. Clutches, Brakes, Couplings and Flywheels.

ME 390 - Mechanical Engineering Systems Laboratory
Experimental systems, measurement devices, fundamental Concepts In Measurement & experimentation, Designing a Measurement System, Treatment of Experimental data, Measurement errors and Uncertainty

ME 399 - Summer Practice I
Students are required to do a minimum of four weeks (twenty working days) summer practice at the shop floor of a suitable factory. The students are expected to practice on manufacturing processes such as machining, foundry work, metal forming, welding, non-traditional machining, heat treatment, finishing, etc. A report is to be submitted to reflect the work carried out personally by the student.

ME 403 - Design of Mechanical Systems
Systems design cencepts. Mathematical modeling. Optimization methods. Static and dynamic analysis and failure analysis of large systems

ME 404 - Design Project
The design process and morphology. Problem solving and decision making. Modeling and simulation. Use of computers in engineering design and CAD. Project engineering, planning, and management. Design optimization. Economic decision making cost and reliability. Human and ecological factors in design. Case studies. A term project assignment.

ME 499 - Summer Practice II
Students are required to do a minimum of four weeks (twenty working days) summer practice in a suitable factory or an engineering design and consultancy office. They are expected to get acquainted with a real business environment by studying various managerial and engineering practices through active participation. A report is to be submitted to reflect the students' contributions.

Elective Courses

- Area Elective (A)

GE1 - General Elective

GE2 - General Elective

GE3 - General Elective

Technical Elective Courses

E 400 - Undergraduate Research Project
This course is offered only to undergraduate students who work on a research project as part of one of the research programs identified below. The student is expected to perform the necessary research activities (literature search, analytical studies, experimental studies, etc.) under the supervision of a faculty member and present the results of these activities to the faculty member verbally and in the form of written reports. Research programs related with this course: 1. TÜBİTAK Üniversite Öğrencileri Yurt İçi / Yurt Dışı Araştırma Projeleri Destekleme Programı 2. Atılım Üniversitesi Lisans Öğrencileri Araştırma Programı (ATÜ-LAP) 3. ATÜ – BAP

EE 451 - Power Systems Analysis
Basic Concepts in Power Systems / Current and Voltage Relations on a Transmission Line / The Single-Line Diagram / Per-Unit Quantities / Impedance and Reactance Diagrams / The Admittance Model and Network Calculations / The Impedance Model and Network Calculations/ Power Flow Analysis / Symmetrical Faults / Symmetrical Components / Unsymmetrical Faults / Power System Stability

EE 452 - High Voltage Techniques
Mechanisms of electrical breakdown in gases, in solid and liquid dielectrics and practical aspects. Vacuum insulation, Standard impulse voltages, Discharge time, Breakdown due to pollution,

ENE 305 - Combustion
Gaseous, liquid, and solid fuels. Thermodynamics and kinetics of combustion. Adiabatic flame temperature. Combustion of gaseous and vaporized fuels. Combustion of liquid fuels. Combustion of solid fuels.

ENE 308 - Solar Energy Technologies
The course is a technical elective course for energy engineering degree. The course presents introduction to solar energy conversions, fundamentals of solar radiation, methods of solar collection and thermal conversion, solar heating systems, solar thermal power, capturing solar energy through biomass.

ENE 310 - Hydropower
The course is a technical elective course for energy engineering degree. The course covers the hydropower theory, reaction turbines, hydroelectric systems, hydropower regulations and efficiency, hydroelectric energy productions.

ENE 312 - Wind Energy Technologies
Wind characteristics, wind energy, wind turbines, design of wind turbines, projecting, planning and economy, wave energy and wave energy conversion systems.

ENE 314 - Geothermal Energy Technologies
The course is a technical elective course for energy engineering degree. The course covers thermal structure of the earth, heat transfer, geothermal systems and resources, exploration techniques, thermal energy of the oceans.

ENE 316 - Reactor Design
Definition of the rate of reaction. The general mole balance equation. Batch and continuous flow reactors. Conversion and reactor sizing. Rate laws and stoichiometry. The reaction rate constant. The reaction order and the rate law. Isothermal reactor design. Pressure drop in reactors. Collection and analysis of rate data. Multiple reactions. Maximizing the desired product in parallel and in series reactions. Steady-state non-isothermal reactor design. Multiple steady states.

ENE 403 - Power Transmission and Distribution
Basic of Electric Power System Theory, Electric Power Transmission, Electric Power Transmission Model, Distribution Systems And Planning, Lightining Protection, Grounding and Safety, Distributed Generation

ENE 404 - Energy And Environment
Energy resources, processes, environmental effects, air pollution, sustainability, global warming, climate change.

ENE 409 - Fossil Energy Resources (Oil, Gas and Coal) I
Introduction to fossil energy, global sources of oil and natural gas, petroleum and oil sands, exploration and production, petroleum refining and environmental control and environmental effects, oil shale processing, chemistry and technology, developments in internal combustion engines, gas hydrates, ethics

ENE 410 - Fossil Energy Resources (Oil, Gas and Coal) II
Definition of coal and coal properties, Role of coal properties on consumption, Utilization of Turkish hard coal, lignite and wastes. Coal to liquids, Mining, CO2 reduction, Natural gas, Ethics.

ENE 411 - Electrochemistry
General electrochemical concepts; Introduction to electrochemistry; Thermodynamics; Electrode potentials; Galvanic and electrolytic cells; The cell potential of an electrochemical cell; Electrode kinetics; Reversible reactions; Irreversible reactions; Dynamic electrochemistry; Mass transport; Migration; Convection; Diffusion layers; Conductivity and mobility; Liquid junction potentials; Batteries; Electrochemical cells; Liquid and solid electrolytes; Solid and liquid ionic conductors; Double layer models; Overpotentials; Electrochemical instrumentation and techniques; Potentiostatic and galvanostatic experiments; Chronopotentiometry; Chronoamperometry; Cyclic voltammetry, Polarography; Impedance spectroscopy and methods; Spectroelectrochemistry; Photoelectrochemistry; Electrogenerated chemiluminescence; Electrochemistry in industry; Conducting polymers; Solid state electrochemistry; Corrosion; Types of corrosions; Corrosion protection; Corrosion rates; Polarisation curves, Electrochemistry in fuel cells.

ENE 412 - Fuel Cells Technologies
The course is an elective course for energy engineering degree. The course covers electrochemistry and thermodynamics of fuel cells, solid oxide cells, acid and alkaline cells, biofuel cells and implementation of fuel cells in energy applications.

ENE 413 - Global Finance
The course is a technical elective course for energy engineering degree. The course covers financial and global importance of energy services and markets, benefits and barriers to liberalizing energy, integrated energy service companies, corporate financing and capital structure issues.

ENE 414 - Global Energy
The course is a technical elective course for energy engineering degree. The course covers effective energy management, energy auditing, economic analysis, business environment for energy industry, technological change in buisiness.

ENE 415 - Energy Storage Technology
Basic concepts and definitions. Energy storage systems and types. Chemical energy storage, batteries and battery types. Thermal energy storage methods. Thermal energy storage and solar energy. Sensible thermal energy storage, latent thermal energy storage. Phase change materials. Stratification in Sensible Heat Storage systems. Modeling of latent heat storage systems. Heat transfer with phase change in simple and complex geometries. Environmental impact of thermal energy storage systems.

ENE 416 - Gas Hydrates
The course is a technical elective course for energy engineering degree. Hydrate Types and Formers; Hand Calculation Methods; Computer Methods; Inhibiting Hydration Formation with Chemicals; Dehydration of Natural Gas; Combating Hydrates Using Heat and Pressure; Physical Properties of Hydrates, Phase Diagrams; Water Content of Natural Gas. The most complete guide available on natural gas hydrates.

ENE 418 - Energy Laws and Regulations
- An introduction to energy law and regulation in Turkey. - Energy market - Nuclear safety regulations - Renewable energy regulations and distributed generation - Environmental impact assessment regulation - Smart Grid

ENE 420 - Bio Energy Technologies
The course is a technical elective course for energy engineering degree. The course covers biomass as an energy source, photosynthesis of biomass, its conversion related properties, physical conversion processes, thermal conversion, synthetic oxygenated liquid fuels.

ENE 421 - Hydrogen Technologies
Properties of hydrogen, production of hydrogen from fossil fuels and biomass, hydrogen as fuel, electrolysis, hydrogen storage, applications.

ENE 422 - Optimization in Energy Systems
Fundamentals of optimization, Graphical Optimization, Linear and Non-linear Programming, Unconstrained and Constrained Optimization, Global Optimization, MATLAB Applications, Case Studies in Energy Systems Engineering.

ENE 424 - Energy and Environment Economics
Energy Market; Mechanisms, Analysis, Trading, Costs, Pricing, Emissions, Transmission and Distribution.

ENE 426 - Nuclear Technology
The course covers nuclear materials, nuclear power plants and their types, nuclear processes, nuclear fusion reactions, nuclear energy systems, nuclear protection and shielding, enrichment.

ENE 428 - Power Plant Engineering
Analysis and design of steam supply systems, electrical generating systems, and auxiliary systems. Nuclear, Fossil, Hydrolic and Renewable energy sources. Power plant efficiency and operation.

ENE 430 - Energy Sytems in Buildings
Building structure, heating, ventilation and air conditioning, the calculation of heat loss and insulation surfaces, water, fuel and electricity consumption in buildings, the national and international standards and regulations on energy efficiency in buildings

MATE 440 - Corrosion and Oxidation of Metals
Introduction to corrosion, thermodynamic and kinetic aspects of corrosion and oxidation, types of corrosion, corrosion in various environments, corrosion of engineering materials, corrosion testing, control and prevention methods, corrosion in material selection and design

MATE 442 - Welding Metallurgy & Technology
Welding related terms and definitions. Classification of the welding processes. Frequently used welding processes, their application areas, advantages and disadvantages. Typical welding discontinuities. Destructive and nondestructive tests applied on welded joints. Quality aspects. Welding metallurgy of ferrous and nonferrous metals. Effects of the welding parameters on the microstructure. Mechanical properties due to the microstructural changes. Heat treatments applied on weld joints

MATE 446 - Composite Materials
Introduction to composites materials, anisotropic and isotropic elasticity, metal matrix composites, ceramic matrix composites, polymer matrix composites, strengthening and failure, micromechanics of composites, designing composite structures, Inspection and repair of composites.

MATE 450 - Nondestructive Evaluation of Materials

MATE 452 - Fracture of Engineering Materials and Failure Analysis
General procedures and techniques used for failure analysis, typical failure modes, fracture, wear, corrosion, fatigue, elevated temperature failures, ductile and brittle fractures, case studies, precautions and preventative measures

ME 302 - Fluid Mechanics II
Introduction to differential analysis of fluid motion. Continuity, momentum and energy equations. Incompressible inviscid flow. Velocity potential. Stream function. Elementary plane flows. Dimensional analysis and similitude. Incompressible viscous flow, Navier-Stokes equations. Boundary layer in laminar and turbulent flow. Fluid flow about immersed bodies. Introduction to compressible flow. Steady one-dimensional compressible flow.

ME 408 - Thermal Systems Design
Systems design cencepts. Mathematical modeling. Optimization methods. Steady state simulation of large systems; fans, pumps, heat exchangers, expanders, fluid in conduits. Dynamic behavior of thermal systems.

ME 424 - Nuclear Energy
The course covers atomic energy, radioactivity, nuclear processes, neutron-atom interactions, nuclear fission and fusion reactions, basic principles of neutron diffusion theory, nuclear energy systems, nuclear heat energy and applications, nuclear power plants.

ME 425 - Mechanical Vibrations
Basic definitions. Single degree of freedom systems. Vibration isolation. Two degree of freedom systems: Equations of motion, coordinate transformation, principal coordinates, vibration modes. Torsional vibration. Multi degree-of-freedom systems. Coordinate transformation and normal coordinates. Modal analysis. Response to harmonic excitation. Continuous systems.

ME 431 - Failure Analysis
Types of failures. Macro and microfracture mechanisms. Causes of failures:defective material, faulty design, improper material selection, faulty manufacturing and construction, etc. Analysis of failures. Case studies.

ME 435 - Fracture Mechanics
Types of fracture in metals. Griffith theory of brittle fracture, crack propagation, ductile fracture, elastic-plastic fracture mechanics, notch effects. Energy-temperature curves. Determination of stress intensity factor, fracture design philosophy; temper brittleness, hydrogen embrittlement, Unstability of lineer elastic and elastic-plastic fracture, fatigue crack propagation, corrosion fatigue, stress corrosion cracking.

ME 437 - Computational Fluid Dynamics
Introduction to CFD; Basic Equations of Fluid Mechanics; Basic Computational Techniques; Properties of Numerical Schemes; The Finite Difference Method; The Finite Element Method; Solution Methods for System of Equations; Mesh Generation.

ME 438 - Pipeline Fundamentals and Design
Transmission and distribution pipelines for both liquid and gas systems. Materials, mechanical considerations, design, constructional and economic aspects of pipelines. Pipeline transportation. Flow in liquid and gas pipelines. Pipeline Components. Pump and Compressor relations. Design of transmission and distribution pipelines. Economic strategic, constructive and operational aspects of design. Construction, operation, control of pipelines. Pipeline transients, two phase flow pipelines.

ME 441 - Gas Dynamics
Dynamics and thermodynamics of compressible fluid flow. One-dimensional isentropic flow, nozzles, diffusers, normal and oblique shocks. Flow with friction and heating. Two-dimensional Prandtl-Meyer flow and method of characteristics. Computer solutions to general gas dynamic flow.

ME 452 - Introduction to Fluid Power Control
Elements of hydraulic and pneumatic systems, their characteristics and fields of application. Pumps and their performance characteristics. Hydraulic and pneumatic valves and their flow characteristics. Direction, flow and pressure control valves. Reservoirs, accumulators, actuators. Filtering. Hydraulic and pneumatic circuit design. Elements of electro-hydraulic control.

ME 472 - Energy Engineering
Energy and energy economy. Economical and environmental analyses of energy conversion systems. Thermal power plants with steam, gas and steam-gas cycles. Cycle analysis, synthesis and optimisation of thermal power plant design. Fossil fuels, combustion and steam production systems. Nuclear fuels, nuclear reactions and nuclear power plants. Solar energy and applications. Building elements of thermal power plants and operational problems.

MECE 422 - Multi-disciplinary Engineering Design
This course aims to prepare students for multidisciplinary system integration and optimization that is needed by companies to become innovative and gain a competitive advantage in this global economy. The course practices a cultural change from the silo approach to a holistic approach. The senior capstone multidisciplinary design course too often becomes a design-build-test exercise with the emphasis on just getting something done, with a balance between theory and practice, between academic rigor and the best practices of industry, presented in an integrated way for true multidisciplinary systems engineering at the senior level and beyond.

MFGE310 - Finite Element Analysis for Manufacturing
Direct approach, plane strain, plane stress and axisymmetric problems, principle of virtual work based formulation for 2D problems, FEM for heat transfer problems.

MFGE404 - Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Introduction, computer aided design (CAD) systems, computer aided graphical modeling, CAD databases, computer aided manufacturing (CAM) systems, computer aided process Planning (CAPP) systems, robotic systems, group technology and cellular manufacturing systems, automated material handling systems, automated inspection systems, flexible manufacturi

MFGE405 - Rapid Prototyping
Overview of rapid prototyping and automated fabrication technologies, injection molding, rapid prototyping technologies, the underlying material science, generating CAD models suitable for automated fabrication, secondary processing.

MFGE406 - Joining Technologies
Stress analysis, static and fatigue failure criteria for joined structures. Design methods for mechanical fastening, welding and adhesive bonding; manufacturing of joints (i.e. installation of fasteners, application on adhesive on substrates); maintenance of joints (e.g. corrosion protection, inspection, etc.).

MFGE412 - Introduction to Optimization
Introduction to optimization, graphical optimization, least squares regression, linear and non-linear programming, numerical techniques, unconstrained and constrained optimization, global optimization (genetic algorithm), applications.

MFGE418 - Advanced Strength of Materials
Analysis of stress and strain, principle stresses and strains, generalized Hooke's law, strain energy, yield and failure criteria, plane strain and plane stress problems, airy stress function, unsymmetrical bending of beams and shear center, torsion of noncircular cross sections, Prandtl?s membrane analogy, energy methods, plastic deformation and r

MFGE420 - Project Management in Manufacturing Engineering
Formulating problems, modeling, selection of solution algorithm for models and computer assisted model solving and test.

MFGE426 - Manufacturing of Automobiles
Manufacturing techniques used in automobile industry, automobile parts and manufacturing methods ?cast parts, machined parts, parts produced by metal forming, sheet deformation processes, polymers and composite parts -, assembly, welded parts and welding techniques, production lines, design of automobile parts considering production.

MFGE432 - Polymer Processing
Introduction to polymer processing; the nature of plastics and rubbers; morphology and structuring of polymers; additives; surface properties; thermodynamic properties of polymers; melting and mixing; die forming, polymer extrusion, molding processes, manufacture of tires and other rubber products, composite manufacturing, pultrusion.

MFGE433 - Residual Stresses
Residual stresses, measurement techniques, sources of residual stresses, development of residual stresses based on the manufacturing method, effect of residual stresses on subsequent manufacturing processes, effect of residual stresses on service performance and failure.

MFGE434 - Introduction to Distortion Engineering
Distortion, distortion potential, distortion potential carriers, compensation potential, production step based solutions, intelligent process chain design, predictive methods, use of in-situ measurement techniques and adaptive process control.

MFGE478 - Production Plant Design
Introduction, fundamantals of design and CAD, manufacturing systems (CAD/CAM, FMS, CIM), market survey and plant location, plant layout, process analysis, quantity and quality planning and controlling for production, process and machine selection, materials handling, storage types, safety regulations, maintenance, environmental factors, research an

MFGE481 - Nanofabrication
Fabrication of metallic nanomaterials, manufacturing of carbon based nanostructures, nanostructured systems from low-dimensional building blocks, characterization techniques and manufacturing methods, proximity effect.

MFGE577 - Quality Control and Metrology
Elementary metrology, linear-angular and comparative measurement, instruments and gauges for testing straightness, flatness, squareness, parallelism, limits, fits and gauges, inspection, quality function in industry, fundamentals of statistical concept in quality control, control charts in S.Q.C., sampling inspection, operation characteristics (OC) curve

Service Courses Taken From Other Departments

AE 307 - Fluid Mechanics
The course is a required course for energy engineering degree. The course covers the fundamental aspects of fluid motion, fluid properties, flow regimes, pressure variations, fluid kinematics, and methods of flow description and analysis.The conservation laws in their differential and integral forms, and their use in analyzing and solving fluid flow problems. The concept of using similitude and dimensional analysis for organizing test data and for planning experiments. The effects of fluid friction on pressure and velocity distributions. The effects of compressibility on fluid flows.

CEAC105 - General Chemistry
Introduction: Matter and Measurement. Atoms, Molecules and Ions. Stoichiometry: Calculations with Chemical Formulas and Equations. Oxidation-Reduction Reactions. Thermochemistry. Electronic Structure of Atoms. Periodic properties of the Elements. Basic Concepts of Chemical Bonding. Molecular Geometry and Bonding Theories. Gases. Intermolecular Forces, Liquids and Solids. Chemical Kinetics. Chemical Thermodynamics. Electrochemistry.

CMPE102 - Computer Programming
Programming concepts: data types, arithmetic expressions, assignment statements; input/output functions; library functions; selection and repetition statements; user-defined functions; arrays and strings.

EE 234 - Introduction to Electrical Engineering
Scope of electrical engineering. Basic definitions, electric circuits/machinery fundamentals. Electronic devices/circuits, diode and transistor circuits/power suppliers. Digital circuits and systems, memories and microprocessors concept. Power devices and power electronics elements, power control circuits.

ENE 203 - Thermodynamics
Basic concepts and definitions. Properties of a pure substance. Equations of state. Work and heat interactions. First law of thermodynamics. Internal energy and enthalpy. Second law of thermodynamics. Entropy. Reversible and irreversible processes. Thermodynamic analysis of processes.

ENE301 - Heat Transfer
Basic concepts of heat transfer. Mechanisms of heat transfer (conduction, convection, radiation). Steady and transient conduction. Numerical methods in heat conduction. Forced and natural convection. Boiling and condensation. Heat exchangers, radiation heat transfer.

ENG 102 - English Communication Skills II
ENG102 consists of more academic skills such as reading comprehension, class discussions, use of academic vocabulary and critical analysis of texts. It also includes research assignments and review of the English language structure. Skills such as listening and note-taking, analysis of written products, writing, portfolio keeping, presentation and use of technology are developed in this course, as well.

ENG 202 - Presentation Skills
In this course, students are trained to prepare and write research reports and deliver effective oral/written informative and persuasive presentations. It includes gathering information, organizing data, outlining, using appropriate techniques in presentation & delivering for a maximum impact, using visual aids and citation effectively. Flipped learning is utilized when necessary.

ENG 301 - English for Career Development I
This course includes job-related communication skills. In this frame, the functions such as, describing relationships at work, discussing performance reviews and giving feedback, discussing plans and arrangements, using social media for professional communication, discussing on recruitment tests and job interviews, presenting a service or product, writing reviews on websites, writing job-related e-mails are dealt with.

ENG 302 - English For Career Development II
This course includes more detailed job-related communication skills. In this frame, describing and organising meetings, developing communicational styles in various cultural settings, handling mistakes and apologizing, getting familiar with marketing styles and advertising, deciding how to adapt and market a product in different countries, preparing different types of presentation (speech), discussing workplace dilemmas and rules, writing job-related e-mails are dealt with.

ENG101 - English for Academic Purposes I
ENG101 consists of academic skills, such as reading comprehension, vocabulary building and critical analysis of texts. In this frame, listening and note-taking, class discussions, presentations, writing, research assignments and use of technology are some of the important activities.

ENG201 - English for Academic Purposes III
The course consists of mainly advanced reading and writing skills, applying critical reading skills and strategies, identifying the organization of a reading text, main ideas of the texts, and the author’s main purpose, summarizing a given text, outlining and writing an argumentative essay. Some parts of the input are in flipped learning mode.

HIST 221 - History of Civilization
Analysis of the importance of theuse of technology in human evolution and the emergence of early civilizations; ancient societies from Ancient Egypt to Greece as the cradles of modern civilizations; some classical texts of certain key authors –Machiavelli, Hume, Descartes, Hobbes, Bacon, Locke, Rousseau, etc. As outstanding contributions to the history of enlightenment; some groundbreaking scientific texts of Copernicus, Galileo, and Newton to understand the contribution of scientific thought to the progression of civilization.

HIST111 - Principles of Ataturk and History of Turkish Revolution I
A history of the foundation of the Turkish Republic in the light of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk’s principles and basic terms, concepts and events of modern Turkey history in a period covering 16‐20th centuries in comparison with world and global history in the same period of time.

HIST112 - Principles of Ataturk and History of Turkish Revolution II
A history of the foundation of the Turkish Republic in the light of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk’s principles and basic terms, concepts and events of modern Turkey history in a period covering 16‐20th centuries in comparison with world and global history in the same period of time.

IE 220 - Probability and Statistics
Introduction to probability and statistics. Random variables and probability distributions. Expected value. Sampling distributions. One and two sample estimation problems. Test of hypotheses. Simple linear regression.

IE 305 - Engineering Economic Analysis
Economic analysis for engineering and managerial decision-making. Cash flows, effect of time and interest rate on money and physical assets. Methods of evaluating alternatives: present worth, future worth, annual worth, rate-of-return and benefit/cost ratios. Depreciation and taxes. Effects of inflation.

MATE 207 - Introduction to Materials Engineering
Historical perspective and classification of materials. Atomic structure and theory. Bonding in solids. The structure of crystalline solids. Fundamental mechanical properties of materials. Phase diagrams. Thermal processing of metal alloys. Properties and use of ceramics, glasses and composites. Material selection. Design and economical considerations.

MATH 380 - Numerical Methods

MATH157 - Extended Calculus I
Preliminaries, Limits and Continuity, Differentiation, Applications of Derivatives, L'Hopital’s Rule, Integration, Applications of Integrals, Integrals and Transcendental Functions, Integration Techniques, and Improper Integrals, Sequences.

MATH158 - Extended Calculus II
Infinite Series, Vectors in the plane and Polar Coordinates. Vectors and Motions in Space, Multivariable Functions and Their Derivatives, Multiple Integrals: Double Integrals, Areas, Double Integrals in Polar Coordinates, Triple Integrals in Rectangular, Cylindrical and Spherical Coordinates, Line Integrals, Independence of path, Green’s Theorem.

MATH275 - Linear Algebra
Linear Equations and Matrices, Real Vector Spaces, Inner Product Spaces, Linear Transformations and Matrices, Determinants, Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors.

MATH276 - Differential Equations
First Order, Higher Order Linear Ordinary Differential Equations, Series Solutions of Differential Equations, Laplace Transforms, Linear Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations, Fourier Analysis and Partial Differential Equations.

MECE 204 - Dynamics
Two main sections of dynamics; Particles and Rigid Bodies are described with respect to planar motions in this course. Each section has two parts; kinematics and kinetics. Methods of Newton’s second law, work energy and impulse-momentum are emphasized in this course.

MECE 303 - Theory of Machines
Introduction to mechanisms: basic concepts, mobility, basic types of mechanisms. Position, velocity and acceleration analysis of linkages. Cam mechanisms, gear trains. Static and dynamic force analysis of mechanisms.

MECE 306 - Control Systems
To make the students equipped with designing continuous time control systems, discretizing the systems & controllers, implementing the closed loop system and analyzing & interpreting the results. Laplace Transform, Transfer Functions, Stability, Steady-State Error Analysis, Root-Locus Technique, Frequency response.

MFGE 108 - Computer Aided Solid Modeling
Part design and principles of surface design, drafting of part design, fundamental concepts of dimensioning and tolerances, fundamentals of assembly design and bill of materials.

MFGE205 - Introduction to Manufacturing Processes
Mechanical and physical properties of materials, metal casting, mechanical deformation processes (bulk and sheet forming), machining and joining operations, powder metallurgy, non traditional processes, micro and nano fabrication technologies.

PHYS 101 - General Physics I
Measurement; Motion Along a Straight Line; Vectors; Motion in Two and Three Dimensions; Force and Motion I; Force and Motion II; Kinetic Energy and Work; Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy; Center of Mass and Linear Momentum; Rotation; Rolling, Torque, and Angular Momentum; Equilibrium and Elasticity.

PHYS 102 - General Physics II
Electric Charge; Electric Fields; Gauss' Law; Electric Potential; Capacitance; Current and Resistance; Circuits; Magnetic Fields; Magnetic Field due to Currents; Induction and Inductance

TURK 401 -

TURK 402 -