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Faculty
Faculty of Engineering
Department
Automotive Engineering
Qualification
BSc (Hons)
Level
Undergraduate
Mode
Full-time
Length
4 Years
Fees
€ 5,500 excl. Additional Fees
Scholarship
Yes
Start Date
September/February
Study Abroad
Yes
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Automotive Engineering (BSc)

Program Overview
Career Opportunities
Program Structure

The department offers a four-year, undergraduate program leading to the Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree in Automotive Engineering. The aim of the program is designing automotive systems with an interdisciplinary knowledge of engineering that deals with the automotive sector and its problems. The application areas of automotive engineering are quite wide such as design, automotive production design, assembly, robotic systems and so on. The aim is to inform the engineers who are studying automotive engineering about automotive technologies, production processes and materials, available and alternative fuels, safety systems, and the interaction of automotive technologies and the environment. The programme is based on lectures, large assignments, simulations and experiments, and these are carried out as real case studies, or using other similar methods.

 

To graduate from the Automotive Engineering, students must complete a total of 147 credits and complete two internships, where each cannot be less than 30 working days at the second semester of their second and third year of studies.

 

A sound understanding of the principles of basic sciences is essential to the study of automotive engineering. It is essential for the students to be well versed in mathematics and physics. The first 2 years mainly are common for all the departments. Injunior year, students take the core courses of the automotive engineering. In the senior year there is a wide range of technical elective courses, which enable students to specialize further in their particular field of interest. The core courses aim to establish a firm general knowledge in all fields of Automotive Engineering. The courses are distributed in eight semesters through four academic years including graduation project and summer trainings. The balanced, integrated curriculum provides an education, which is strong both in the fundamentals and in state-of-the-artknowledge, appropriate for immediate professional practice as well as graduate study and life long learning.

 

 

 

Career Opportunities

 

 

 

Year1

Fall Semester

MT111

 

 

 

 

 

CalculusI

ENG103

 

ComputerAidedDesign

PS111

 

GeneralPhysicsI

CH101

 

GeneralChemistry

ENG101

 

IntroductiontoComputers

ENGL001

 

EnglishI

Spring Semester

MT112

 

 

 

CalculusII

PS112

 

GeneralPhysicsII

ENG102

 

ComputerProgrammingI

MT104

 

LinearAlgebra

AE102

 

Engineering  Drawing

ENGL002

 

EnglishII

 

Year 2

Fall Semester

 

 

MT211

 

CalculusIII

MT207

 

ProbabilityTheory

ENG201

 

FundamentalsofElectricalEngineering

AE201

 

Introduction to Automotive Engineering

AE203

 

Materials Science

AE205

 

Statics

Spring Semester

MT212

 

 

 

EngineeringMathematics

MT206

 

DifferentialEquations

AE202

 

Strength of Materials 1

AE204

 

Manufacturing Technology 1

AE206

 

Dynamics

MT208

AE200

 

Numerical Analysis

SummerPracticeI

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 3

Fall Semester

 

 

AE301

 

Thermodynamics

AE303

 

Electronic Systems in Vehicles

AE305

 

Strength Of Materials 2

AE307

 

Theory Of Machines

AE209

 

Machine Design 1

ELXXX

TURK001

 

Elective

Turkish 1

Spring Semester

AE302

 

 

 

Manufacturing Technology 2

 

AE304

 

Internal Combustion Engines

 

AE306

 

Heat  Transfer

 

AE308

 

Vehicle Component Design

 

AE310

 

Machine Design 2

 

ENG304

 

Engineering   Economy

AE303

 

SummerPractice2

 

TURK002

 

Turkish 2

Year 4

Fall Semester

 

 

AE401

 

Graduation Project 1

AE403

 

Modeling Of Automotive Control Systems

AE405

 

Quality Planning And  Control

ENG401

 

Engineering Ethics

TELXXX

 

Technical Elective

TELXXX

NH001

 

Technical Elective

National History 1

 

Spring Semester

AE402

 

 

 

Graduation Project 2

 

AE404

 

Vehicle Dynamics

 

AE406

 

Mechatronics

 

AE308

 

Vehicle Component Design

 

AE310

 

Machine Design 2

 

ELXXX

 

 Elective

TELXXX

 

Technical Elective

TELXXX

NH001

 

Technical Elective

National History 2

              

 

TechnicalElectives

 

The Automotive Department announces the courses to be offered at the begining of each semester.

 

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