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Faculty of Engineering
Energy Systems Engineering
BSc (Hons)
4 Years
€ 5,500 excl. Additional Fees
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Energy Systems Engineering (BSc)

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The Energy Systems Engineering (ESE) Program aims to prepare and educate the students within all types of energy systems engineering brunches, to thrust the current levels of economical and technological conditions to a higher level while becoming more competitive within the global economy, to transfer such knowledge through combination of theoretical knowledge, creativity and practice.


Engineers graduate from our department will be able to produce new solutions in Energy Engineering field together with the ability to plan and manage energy production and consumption, who are qualified to work in the fields of energy sustainability, minimization of losses, new source and management systems, and who comprehend environmental and economic problems. Energy Systems Engineering is a multidisciplinary program, covering fundamental engineering knowledge and skills in such areas as energy generation, conversion, transportation and distribution, electrical power systems and energy management (like buildings, transport, industry, etc.), along with modules on energy sources, energy policy, economics and associated environmental issues. The ESE program consists of a four year sequence of courses and requires the students to obtain 133 academic credits through classroom and laboratory instruction. The ESE program covers the fundamental sciences and mathematics along with specific courses that address the design of alternative and renewable energy systems.



Alternative Energy Laboratory


In this laboratory students perform their physical experiments devoted to the main contents of the Energy Courses: Alternative Energy Technologies; Renewable Energy Technologies; Modelling and Simulation of Solar and Wind Energy Systems; Solar Energy & Photovoltaic Systems.



Electromechanical Energy Conversion (Electric Machinery) Laboratory


This laboratory is provided with the set of electromechanical energy conversion equipment such as direct current motors and generators, three-phase alternative current generators and motors including Induction motors. Electromechanical Energy Conversion laboratory allows students to experimentally study basic content of the such courses with as Electromechanical Energy Conversion; Power Electronics & Motion Control Systems; Electrical Energy Transmission & Distribution.


 Career Opportunities


Year 1

Fall Semester

  • MT111  Calculus I
  • PS111  General Physics I
  • CH101  General Chemistry
  • ENG101  Introduction to Computers
  • ENG103  Computer Aided Design
  • TURK001 NC Turkish I

Spring Semester

  • MT112  Calculus II
  • PS112  General Physics II
  • MT104  Linear Algebra
  • ENG102  Computer Programming I
  • ENG106  Fundamentals of Industrial Engineering
  • TURK002 NC Turkish II



Year 2

Fall Semester

  • MT211  Calculus II
  • MT207  Probability Theory
  • ENG201  Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
  • ENG203  Computer Programming II
  • ENE201  Introduction to Fluid Mechanics

Spring Semester

  • MT212  Engineering Mathematics
  • MT206  Differential Equations
  • ENG202  Physical Electronics
  • ENG204  Introduction to Modelling & Optimization
  • ENE202  Principles of Energy Systems Engineering



Year 3

Fall Semester

  • ENE301  Electromechanical Energy Conversion
  • ENE303  Alternative Energy Technologies
  • ENE305  Petroleum & Natural Gas Technologies
  • EEN305  Electrical Measurements & Instr.
  • Technical Elective Course

Spring Semester

  • MT308  Numerical Analysis
  • ENE302  Renewable Energy Technologies
  • ENE306  Electrical Energy Transmission & Distribution
  • ENE304  Energy Economics
  • Technical Elective Course



Year 4

Fall Semester

  • ENE401 Graduation Project I
  • ENE403 Power Electronics & Motion Control Systems
  • ENE405  Energy & Environment
  • Technical Elective Course
  • Free Elective Course
  • NH001 NC National History I
  • ENE400 Summer Practice (30 working days)

Spring Semester

  • ENE402  Graduation Project II
  • ENE404  Energy Saving
  • Technical Elective Course
  • Technical Elective Course
  • Free Elective Course
  • NH001 NC National History II




Technical Electives

  • ENE411  Energy from Waste
  • ENE412  Modelling and Simulation
  • ENE415  Automatic Control in Energy Systems
  • ENE416  Modern Thermodynamics for Energy Systems
  • ENE417  Illumination Engineering
  • ENE418  Engineering Calculations (Matlab)
  • ENE420  Nuclear Energy Technology
  • ENE421  Electromagnetic Theory
  • ENE423  Environmental Impact of Energy Systems
  • ENE424  Offshore Energy
  • ENE432  Programmable Logic Controllers
  • ENE435  Energy Policy
  • ENE438  Project Planning and Scheduling
  • ENE440  Solar Energy & Photovoltaic Systems
  • ENE441  Energy Efficient Building Design
  • ENE444  Systems and Control
  • ENE445  Optimization of Energy systems
  • ENE452  Fuels and Combustion
  • ENE455  Feedback Control Systems
  • ENE460  Semiconductor Physics
  • ENE461  Hydrogen Energy Systems
  • ENE464  High Voltage Techniques
  • ENE470  Fuels Chemistry
  • ENE471  Introduction to Mechatronics and Robotics
  • ENE475  Mass Energy Balance Equations
  • EEN206  Digital Systems
  • EEN303  Circuit Theory

Free Electives

  • English for Business Communication
  • Business German
  • Chinese Reading and Speaking
  • Business French


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