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FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Elektrik

Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering education-teaching offers in the fields of basic engineering concepts, electrical and electronic circuits and systems design and analysis, communication systems, power plants, electrical equipment and automation systems, industrial problems and their solutions. Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering consist of Electricity Facilities Department, Circuits and Systems, Electronics, Communications, Electric Machinery, Microwave and Electromagnetic Fields, Control and Command Systems.
 
Qualification Awarded
You will be awarded, on successful completion of the programme and gain competencies, a degree of Bachelor in Electric and Electronics Engineering.

Admission Requirements
High School Diploma, Placement through a nation-wide Student Selection and Placement Examinations (YGS and LYS), For foreign students, High School Diploma plus placement of the student by the university according to his score in Foreign Student Examination and student’s preferences

Higher Grade Transition
Upon a successful completion of the programme, student may continue with master and doctoral studies in the same or similar scientific areas, which may accept students from Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

Graduation Requirements
There is no final examination or examination period at the end of an academic year or at the end of the study programme. There is, however, a final examination and examination periods, i.e., normally takes two weeks and starts immediately after at the end of each semester. Student is expected to have a successful completion of internship (60 working days) in industry before graduation. Internship is not credited in the programme though it is prerequisite for the graduation. However, the competences gained and workload needed with internship are ensured with the relevant courses` content, practice and worklaod in the programme. In addition to that student is required to complete a degree project and final year dissertation, (taken normally in 7th or 8th semester), which follows an oral presentation.
 
Occupational Profiles of Graduates
Graduated students have opportunity to work in these fields; energy sector, electromechanically and electronic industry, electric and electronic units in public institutes, power stations of enterprises, village electrification, energy systems, industrial automation, correspondence, lighting, power fitting and software - hardware in computers.

Assessment and Grading
They are specified in each course. Please see the Course Structure for details