Undergraduate Courses Descriptions

ENF 101 Basic Information Technology

Introduction to the computer. MS-DOS, Windows, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Internet.

 

MAT 101 Mathematics I

Introduction to Calculus. Definition of functions and their properties. Definition of limit, continuity and their related properties. Definition of derivative and its applications to engineering. Maximum and minimum problems and their applications. Sketching curves with details.

 

FIZ 103 Physics I

Vectors, Motion in one Dimension, Motion in two dimension, the Laws of Motion, Circular Motion and Other application of Newtons’ Laws, Work and energy, Potential Energy and Conservation of energy, Linear Momentum and collisions, Rotation of a Rigid body about a fixed Axis and Torque, Rolling Motion, Angular Momentum and Torque, Static Equilibrium and Elasticity, Oscillatory Motion.

 

KIM 103 Chemistry

Chemical equations and reactions, gases, thermochemistry, the periodic table and some atomic properties, chemical bonding, liquids, solids and intermolecular forces, solutions, chemical equilibrium, acids, bases and equilibrium in aqueous solutions, thermodynamic, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, organic chemistry.

 

YAD-ING 103 English

This lecture aims to develop reading comprehension and writing skills by enlarging the academic vocabulary of the students. Developing analytical and critical thinking skills through the selected texts, students will be able to evaluate, synthesize and respond to the ideas in the texts. In addition, students are equipped with basic principles and mechanics of writing.

 

MM 103 Computer Aided Technical Drawing

Introduction to computer aided technical drawing. Geometrical constructions. Principles of orthographic projection; projection of principal views from three dimensional models. Drawing techniques for basic manufacturing processes and standard features. Projection of third principal view from two given principal views; free hand drawing techniques. Three dimensional drawing techniques; simple shapes, inclined surfaces, skew surfaces. Principles of dimensioning. Principles of sectioning; full and half sections. Further work on sectioning, conventional practices. Screw threads and threaded fasteners.

 

TAR 111 Principles of Atatürk and Revolution History I

Revolutionary movements during the end of the 19th century in the Ottoman Empire and an overview the Ottoman Empire in the beginning of 20th century. The first and the second Constitutionalist Periods. Tripoli and Balkan wars. General overview of the World War I with a special emphasis on Battles in the Dardanelle. The political consequences of Mondros Armistice on the Ottoman rule and the events and developments until May 19th, 1919. Mustafa Kemal, his upbringing, the environment around him and his character. Preparation for the Independence War. Start of the Independence Movement; Mustafa Kemal’s arrival to Samsun, Erzurum and Sivas Congresses. Inauguration of the Great National Assembly. The establishment of Great National Assembly Government. Domestic disturbances during the 1920’s.

 

ENM 106 Introduction to Industrial Engineering

History of Engineering and development of Industrial Engineering. The relationship to other engineering disciplines. The system approach and the basic topics of Industrial Engineering.

 

MAT 102 Mathematics II

Introduction to Integral. Definition of indefinite integrals and basic integration formulas. Taking integrals by several methods. Definition of definite integral and the fundamental theorems of integral calculus. Application of definite integrals. Improper integrals. Basic properties of Laplace transformations. Definition of sequences and infinite series and investigation of their convergence with the help of related tests. Power series and their convergence for functions. Taylor formula.

 

FIZ 104 Physics II

Charges and electrical fields. Gauss' law, Electrical potential. Capacitor and capacitance. Current and resistance. Electromotive force, circuits and magnetic fields. Ampere's law and Faraday's induction law. Inductance and magnetic properties of materials. Electromagnetic waves.

 

ENF 106 Basics of Computer and C/C++ Programming Language

C functions, Variables, Constants, Operators, Program control statements, Library functions, Arrays, Pointers, Bitwise operators, Files.

 

YAD-ING 104 English

In the same fashion as YAD-İNG 103, YAD-ING 104 aims to develop reading comprehension and writing skills by enlarging the academic vocabulary of the students. Developing analytical and critical thinking skills through the selected texts, students will be able to evaluate, synthesize and respond to the ideas in the texts. In addition, students are equipped with basic principles and mechanics of writing a paragraph.

 

TAR 112 Principles of Atatürk and Revolution History II

Plans for disintegration of Ottoman Empire. Paris Conference. Military occupation of İzmir. Internal affairs and minorities. Çerkez Ethem Revolt. First and second İnönü Battles. Eskişehir and Kütahya Battles. Sakarya War and its results. Kars and Ankara Treaties. The Great Raid. Mudanya Armistice and its importance. Lousanne Conference and its importance. Political, juridical, social, cultural, educational revolutions. Transition to democracy. Economic development of the Republic of Turkey: the early years. Turkish foreign policy. Armenian problem. World War II and Turkey. Principles of Atatürk.

 

ENM 202 Operations Research I

Introduction to Linear Programming. Modeling. Graphical Solution. Simplex and Dual Simplex Method. Duality and sensitivity analysis. Transportation and assignment problems.

Prerequisite: ENM 205

 

ENM 205 Linear Algebra

Introduction to linear algebra. Systems of linear equations. Matrix algebra. Vector spaces. Determinants, Eigen values and eigenvectors. Diagonalization of matrices.

 

ENM 206 Differential Equations

First order equations. Second and nth order linear equations. Series solution of linear differential equations. Boundary value problems. Laplace transforms. Systems of linear equations and numerical methods.

 

ENM 207 Probability

Basic probability concepts. Set theory. Random variables. Discrete and continuous probability distributions Expected value. Moments. Moment generating functions. Joint probability distributions.

 

ENM 208 Engineering Statistics

Basic statistics concepts. Data organization. Central tendency and distribution measurements. Sampling distributions. Estimation and confidents intervals. Hypothesis testing. Regression and correlation analysis.

 

ENM 211 General Economics

Basic economics concepts. Production factors. Production theory. Consumption theory. Market Mechanism. Supply and demand. Macroeconomics concepts.

 

ENM 215 Cost Analysis

Cost concepts. Types of cost. The objectives of cost analysis. The cost in composite manufacturing. Standard cost system. Profit function. Profitable analysis of product.

 

ENM 219 Electrical Circuits and Control

Circuit analysis methods. Alternating current circuits. Electrical machines and introduction to industrial electronics. Semiconductors and applications. Operational amplifiers. Logical circuits and applications.

 

ENM 223 Material Science

Classification of engineering materials: metals, plastics, ceramics. Metals and alloys. Material testing. Mechanical properties of materials. Production of iron and steel. Heat treatment.

 

ENM 224 Manufacturing Process

Foundry and casting processes. Welding methods. Cold and hot working of metals. Powder metallurgy. Metal cutting principles and machining processes.

 

MM 226 Engineering Mechanics

General principles, power vectors, equilibrium of a particulate, structural analysis, inner powers, friction, center of weight and surface, stress and strain, stress concentration, torsion, and bending.

Prerequisite: FIZ 103

 

TUR 211 Turkish I

Definition of language and its characteristics, definition of culture and civilization. Place of Turkish language among all other languages. Characteristics of sounds and their changes in particular words. Writing rules. Punctuation marks.

 

TUR 212 Turkish II

Turkish affixes and their applications. Composition writing rules. Planning of composition writing and its applications. Turkish nouns and verbs. Composition expression and its applications. Turkish adverbs and prepositions.

 

ENM 305 Operations Research II

Integer Programming and solution techniques (Branch and bound, cutting plane algorithms).  Network problems: minimum spanning tree, shortest path, maximum flow and PERT/CPM and nonlinear programming.

Prerequisite: ENM 202

 

 

ENM 306 Operations Research-III

Deterministic and stochastic dynamic programming. Introduction to stochastic process. Queuing models. Markov decision process. Game theory.

Prerequisite: ENM 207

 

ENM 307 Engineering Economy

Economic decision analysis. Interest rate and economic equivalence. Effective interest rate. Methods for comparing investment alternatives. Sensitivity analysis. Depreciation. Decision making involving inflation. Evaluating alternatives with income taxes.

 

ENM 312 Production Planning and Inventory Control

Production planning in manufacturing systems. Product design and process selection. Forecasting. Capacity planning. Master production planning. Production scheduling. Inventory control and management.

 

ENM 316 Simulation

The nature of simulation. Modeling and analysis of a system with simulation. Application areas of simulation. Simulation models. Discrete event simulation. Modeling of manufacturing and service systems using simulation languages (Siman etc.). Random number and random variable generation. Fitting input distribution. Output analysis.

Prerequisite: ENF 106, ENM 208

 

ENM 317 Facilities Planning

Basic facility planning concept and system concept and types in terms of facilities planning. Plant location. The design of facility and process. Some calculations used in layout. Facility layout approaches and their applications. Inventory systems layout. Computer aided facility layout. Graf theory and layout. Discrete facility layout and covering problems. Material handling system and analyze. AGV systems.

 

ENM 321 Human Factors Engineering

Objectives of ergonomics. Basic anatomy and body mechanisms. Anthropometric principles in workstation and equipment design. Physiology-workload and work capacity. Physical environment design. Ergonomics workplace design. Office ergonomics. Man-machine interaction. Occupational health and safety. Work organization.

 

ENM 322 Work Study

Definition of work study. Flow organization. Time study. Method study. Flow analysis. 6 step method in method improving. Job sampling. Synthetic motion-time systems.

 

ENM 344 Seminar

Developing review methods and writing skills at research reports under the supervising of an advisor. Analysis of a problem and writing and representation of the final report.

 

ENM 403 Production Systems

Aggregate production planning. Material management and material requirement planning. Manufacturing resource planning (MRP II). Modern manufacturing systems such as JIT, OPT, FMS. Current production management systems: ERP, SCM, ... etc.

 

ENM 404 Management Information Systems

Introduction to information system. Data processing and management information systems. Database management systems. System development tools and methods. Security and ethics in information systems. Data communication. Internet and electronic commerce.

 

 

ENM 406 System Analysis and Design

System approach. General system theory. System analysis and decision making process. The stages of system analysis and design. The tools used in system analysis. System inspection and cybernetic. Case studies.

 

ENM 407 Quality Planning and Control

Quality. Quality control and total quality system. Online and offline quality control. Quality costs. Quality assurance system. Design of tolerance. Reliability. Statistical process control and process capability analysis. Acceptance sampling.

 

ENM 443 Research Project

Theoretical, experimental and/or computer aided research at a certain topic in Industrial Engineering.

Prerequisite: Least two of the following: ENM 202, ENM 208, ENM312, ENM 316, ENM 317, ENM 322.

 

ENM 444 Graduation Project

A project study using the Industrial Engineering knowledge at a certain topic.

Prerequisite: ENM 443

 

 

TECHNICAL ELECTIVE COURSES

 

FOR THE THIRD YEAR

 

ENM 350 System Science and Control

Linear control systems theory. Classification and modeling of systems. Solution of state equations. State of systems and state variables. Feedback control of systems.

 

ENM 351 Project Management

Definitions in project management. Classification of projects. Project planning. Organization charts of project management. CPM and PERT methods. Finding the completing time of project and the critical path, Resource allocation. Linear programming models for finding accelerated project cost of critical path and project cost in a defined deadline. Computer applications. Time-cost analysis.

 

ENM 352 Data Structures

Arrays, Lists, Stacks, Recursive functions. Searching and sorting algorithms, Queues.

 

ENM 353 Human Resource Management

Human resource management and its importance, work analysis and design, human resource planning, Techniques for determination of personnel requirement, performance evaluation, career planning, wage management, work safety, worker-employer relationships.

 

ENM 355 Business Management

Basic concepts about business and business management. Management thought system. Management functions, Decision making and organizational communication, Business management techniques, New current subjects about business management. Information, methods and strategies for effective management.

 

ENM 356 Statistical Data Analysis

Heuristics and statistical techniques for goodness of fit tests. Multiple linear regression and certain nonlinear regression models. One-factor and multi-factor experiments. Nonparametric tests.

 

 

 

ENM 357 Time Series and Forecasting

The role of forecasting in decision making. Qualitative and quantitative forecasting methods. Time series analysis, moving averages and exponential smoothing. Other forecasting methods.

 

ENM 358 Numerical Analysis (3+0) 3

General view of search methods. Gradient methods. Newton Raphson method. General theory of one point iterations, atiken search, Golden section search. Fibonacci search. Powel method. Steepest descent method. Steepest ascent method. Fletcher-Reeves method. Penalty functions. Barrier functions, quadratic programming, separable programming. Rate of convergence of algorithms. Sensitivity analysis.

 

ENM 359 Programming Languages

Comparison of high-level languages. Object oriented and object based languages. Algorithms. Data types. Control structures. Arrays. Complex data structures. Subroutines. Pointers. File structures. Interface design. Teaching one of the latest languages for application.

 

ENM 360 Financial Management

Financial purpose, Financial management, Financial tables analysis, Simple approaches on financial tables analysis, Ratio analysis, Break even analysis, Financial planning, Investment decisions, Financing decisions.

 

ENM 361 Marketing

Subject of marketing, Contents, Strategic marketing, Marketing information systems and Marketing research, Consumer and Industrial buyer behaviors and Markets, Market segmentation, Selection of target market and demand forecasting, product, Pricing, Promotion and distribution, Organization, Application and control, International marketing, Service marketing, Direct marketing, Marketing on internet.

 

ENM 363 Technology Management

Basic terms related with Technology Management, Technology selection on project base, Technology transfer methods (License agreements, Foreign investment, etc.), Industrial properties (Patent, Utility model, Industrial design, etc.), Technology production and R-D activities, Techno parks, Country experiments, Science and technology policies.

 

ENM 364 Feasibility Analysis

Growing idea of investment and investment types, benefit and necessity of feasibility work, selection of plant location, demand forecast, capacity determination, determination of investment budget, financing of investment price estimation, marketing techniques, income-expense study and evaluation.

 

ENM 369 Job Analysis and Evaluation (3+0) 3

Definition of job analysis. Application and usage areas. Scope of job evaluation. Job evaluation’s aim and applications. Analytical and non-analytical job evaluation techniques. Wage management. Classical and non-classical wage systems, merit and factors affecting it.

 

ENM 370 Data Mining

Concept and basics of data mining. Data stores and OLAP. Data preprocessing. Data mining learning algorithms. Data mining applications.

 

ENM 371 Environmental Management System

General concepts about environment; Impacts of urbanization, industrialization and other activities on environment; Classification of environmental pollution; Air, water and soil pollution; Environment and sustainable development; Environmental policies in EU and Turkey; ISO 14000 Environmental Management System; Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA).

 

ENM 372 Entrepreneurship

Concept of Entrepreneurship, Principles, Importance and Classification, Entrepreneurial Process and Interaction with Surroundings, Process of Building an Enterprise, Establishing a New Enterprise, Merchandise a Former Enterprise, Franchising, e-trade and Entrepreneurship, Assistance in Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development

 

ENM 373 Performance Evaluation and Management

Basic concepts of performance, performance calculation methods and Data Envelopment Analysis, Constant returns to scale model, the input / output orientation, variable returns to scale model, scale efficiency, uncontrollable variables in models, super efficiency, Cross efficiency, performance trends and stability, Efficiency change, technological change (innovation), the scale and total factor productivity change, case study. Decision support systems (DSS) for performance evaluation and performance management.

 

 

FOR THE FOURTH YEAR

 

ENM 450 Decision Analysis

Introduction to decision analysis, Structuring decision, Making choices, Decision making under uncertainty, Decision making under risk, Value of information, Utility theory, Sensitivity analysis, Multiple criteria decision making, Game theory.

 

ENM 451 Mathematical Models

The place, significance and kinds of models in mathematical programming. Variable concept and their usage in problems. System concept and its kinds. Optimization concept and its applications. Decision models and their applicability. The concept, object and scope of mathematical programming. Linear programming concept, its applications and geometry. Specific linear programming models. Games theory and its applications. Nonlinear programming models. Modelling of transportation problems. Dynamic programming models. Queueing models and its applications in industry. Markov Chains and their applications in industry.

 

ENM 452 Service Systems

Structure of service systems. Design and implementation of service systems. Capacity planning. Aggregate planning and scheduling. Quality in service systems.

 

ENM 453 Scheduling

Scheduling theory. Model characteristics. General purpose scheduling procedures for one machine, parallel machine and multi machine problems (optimization and heuristic methods). Special scheduling problems (such as earliness and tardiness penalties).

 

ENM 454 Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems

The concept of computer integrated manufacturing. Automation. Computer aided design and manufacturing (CAD-CAM). Computer aided process planning. Flexible manufacturing systems. PLC, robotics etc.

 

ENM 455 Production - Distribution Systems Planning

Logistics systems, How Logistics systems work, Designing the Logistics network, Designing and operating a warehouse, Planning and managing long-haul and short-haul freight transportation.

 

ENM 456 Investment Management

Type of investments, the financial markets. The risks of portfolio. Markowitz minimum variance model. The single and multi-index models. The arbitrage theory. Measuring portfolio performance.

 

 

ENM 457 Simulation Languages

Modeling with simulation language (SIMAN, etc.), model and experiment frames in SIMAN. Modelling of complex queuing systems and manufacturing systems. Output analysis. Verification and validation of simulation models coded in simulation language. Modeling manufacturing systems with conveyors. Modeling some special industrial systems.

 

ENM 458 Money and Banking

Explanation of the nature and functions of money and credit. An analysis of the structure and operations of the commercial and central banking systems. Formation of monetary policy, execution and effectiveness of monetary policy.

 

ENM 459 Maintenance Planning

Maintenance Policies. Introduction to Repair Maintenance and Preventive Maintenance Systems and relation of other systems.

 

ENM 460 Production Information Systems

The role of computers in production systems and fundamentals of database concepts. Manufacturing resource planning (MRP II). Information systems on JIT (KANBAN). Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). Supply Chain Management (SCM) etc.

 

ENM 461 Expert Systems

Expert system definition. Development, basic components. Development phases. Expert systems (ES) development tools. Related software and applications.

 

ENM 462 Fuzzy Set Theory

Introduction to fuzzy sets. Fuzzy sets and basic definitions. Extensions. Fuzzy measures and measures of fuzziness. The extension principle and applications. Fuzzy relations and fuzzy graphs. Fuzzy analysis. Possibility theory, probability theory, and fuzzy set theory. Fuzzy logic and approximate reasoning. Pattern recognition. Decision making in fuzzy environments. Fuzzy set models in operations research. Empirical examining in fuzzy set theory.

 

ENM 463 Quality Management

Basic principles of Total Quality Management, Motivation, Standardization and Quality- Environmental Management Systems, Leadership, Teamwork, Quality circles, Time management, Cost quality, Benchmarking, System approach.

 

ENM 464 Decision Support Systems

Information systems. The concept of decision support systems. Decision support system components. Data and model management. Group and organizational decision support systems. Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems. Data warehousing and Data-mining. Case Studies.

 

ENM 465 System Reliability

Reliability concept. Reliability measures (Reliability Function, Hazard Function). Static reliability models. Dynamic reliability models. Reliability design examples. Reliability optimization.

 

ENM 466 International Finance

International monetary system, international monetary fund (IMF) and international finance, balance of payment, behavior of foreign exchange market, international accounting measures of foreign exchange, parity conditions, theory on foreign Exchange parity conditions, forward foreign exchange markets, foreign direct investments, forward looking market instruments: Swaps.

 

ENM 467 Inventory Management

Basic inventory systems. Multi-item joint replenishment models. Inventory management under risk. Aggregate inventory management. Distribution of inventory management.

 

ENM 468 Special Topics in Industrial Engineering

To give detail information about assembly lines and to teach some methods used in solving engineering problems occurred in these lines.

 

ENM 469 Special Topics in Operations Research

Investigation of selected some specific operations research topics.

 

ENM 470 Special Topics in Modern Manufacturing Systems

This course is designed to promote interest in modern manufacturing systems. Various papers and references are presented and discussed related to these areas.

 

ENM 472 Productivity Management

Productivity and its concepts. Importance of productivity. Factors regarding productivity in facilities. Productivity analysis. Productivity approaches in production and service systems. Productivity development methods. Productivity management.

 

ENM 474 Strategic Management

Today, businesses face with a lot of internal and external uncontrolled factors, and they have to increase their improver capacities in order to sustain their progression and competition capacities. Within the scope of this course internal/external environment of businesses is analyzed, systematic approaches related to possible difficulties are explained and it is analyzed how these businesses can solve their problems using these approaches.

 

ENM 476 Material Handling and Inventory Systems

Material handling and storage. Material handling equipment. Selection of material handling equipment. Storage management. Storage layout methods. Material handling systems and inventory applications.

 

ENM 477 Product Design and Development

Product development process and organization. Product planning. Detection of customer requests. Product specifications. Concept development. Concept selection and test. Product architecture. Industrial design. Prototyping. Product development economy. Project management. Special topics (Design for production, Robust design, Patent research).

 

 

NON-TECHNICAL ELECTIVE COURSES

 

ENM 250 Labor Law

That branch of law which treats of labor relations and disputes between employers and employees and providing social insurance to protect workers against economic and industrial hazards.

 

ENM 251 Organizational Psychology

Work motivation and performance; attitudes toward productivity; job satisfaction; stress inducing conditions at work; quantitative aspects of Industrial Organizational psychology.

 

ENM 252 Behavioral Science

An introduction to basic concepts and principles of sociology, various points of view of theoretical models of the analysis of social structure, divisions and processes.

 

ENM 253 History of Art

This course is a comparative survey of History of Art from pre-historic ages to the Baroque era. Introducing art as a concept all through those ages on the basis of individual, social and urban context. Select examples of painting, sculpture and architecture from different periods in both the European and the Middle Eastern worlds are thought.

 

ENM 254 Public Relations

 

This course is an introduction to the field of public relations: its theoretical origins, scope and principles. Discussion focuses on researching problems, setting objectives, identifying audiences, designing messages, choosing communication channels and evaluating results for all types of organizations.

 

ENM 255 History of Music

The importance of Music History in musical training. Basic concepts of music history. Theories on the creation of music.