Electrical and Electronics Engineering Program



In our life, some systems used in sectors such as informatics, telecommunications, automation, energy production and distribution, health care and automotive, as well as their analog and digital realization are based on electrical and electronic information and technologies. On the other hand, electrical and electronic information and technologies have shown great growth and development in recent years. This growth and development has increased the demand for human resources equipped with a high level of knowledge in the current application areas of electricity and electronics.


The aim of the Electrical-Electronics Engineering Master’s Program with Thesis and Non-Thesis Master Program  is to provide education to train the professionals who can compete at the international level in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, who can produce creative solutions to the problems of the society, who are sensitive to universal values ​​and have internalized professional ethics, who can conduct research at an international level and target postgraduate programs of this nature; and to produce and disseminate the information and technologies needed by the national and international community in these fields.


Another aim of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Master’s Program is to provide a human resource equipped with knowledge and skills at an international level, who can follow developments and continuously improve themselves and produce solutions to the problems of society, and to educate graduates who are sensitive to universal values ​​and respectful to ethical values, creative, entrepreneurial and pioneering, for Electrical and Electronics Engineering which makes great contributions to meeting the technological requirements of contemporary life.


The Electrical and Electronics Engineering Master’s Program will include the disciplines which are Communication, Electrical Machines, Power Electronics, Renewable Energy Systems, Control and Automation, Power Systems, Energy Efficiency, Signal Processing, Computer Sciences, Computer Networks, Computer Hardware, Software Engineering, and also there are compulsory and elective courses selected from these disciplines.