Course Structure Diagram with Credits

To see the course details (such as objectives, learning outcomes, content, assessment and ECTS workload), click the relevant Course Code given in the table below.

1. Year Fall Semester
Code Pre. Course Name Theory App/Lab Local Credits ECTS
CHEM 100 General Chemistry 2 2 3 6
ENG 101 Academic Skills in English I 2 2 3 3
HIST 100 Principles of Atatürk and History of Revolution 4 0 4 4
IUE 100 Academic and Social Orientation 0 2 1 1
MATH 153 Calculus I 2 2 3 6
SE 113 Introduction to Programming 2 2 3 6
SFL 1013 Second Foreign Languages I 2 2 3 4
Total : 30
1. Year Spring Semester
Code Pre. Course Name Theory App/Lab Local Credits ECTS
ENG 102 Academic Skills in English II 2 2 3 4
MATH 154 On kosul Calculus II 2 2 3 6
MATH 250 On kosul Linear Algebra and Differential Equations for Engineers 3 0 3 6
PHYS 100 General Physics I: Mechanics and Thermodynamics 2 2 3 6
SFL 1024 Second Foreign Languages II 2 2 3 4
TURK 100 Turkish 4 0 4 4
Total : 30
2. Year Fall Semester
Code Pre. Course Name Theory App/Lab Local Credits ECTS
ELEC 001 Elective Course I 3 0 3 5
IE 251 On kosul Optimization I-Linear Models 2 2 3 6
MATH 240 On kosul Probability for Engineers 3 0 3 6
POOL 003 GEC-Social Sciences A: Economics 3 0 3 4
POOL 004 GEC- Social Sciences B: Humanities and Social Sciences 3 0 3 5
SFL 201 Second Foreign Languages III 2 2 3 4
Total : 30
2. Year Spring Semester
Code Pre. Course Name Theory App/Lab Local Credits ECTS
ELEC 002 Elective Course II 3 0 3 4
IE 222 On kosul Production Systems Analysis 3 0 3 5
IE 252 On kosul Optimization II-Nonlinear Models 2 2 3 6
IE 261 Industrial Information Systems 3 0 3 5
MATH 236 On kosul Engineering Statistics 3 0 3 6
SFL 202 Second Foreign Languages IV 2 2 3 4
Total : 30
3. Year Fall Semester
Code Pre. Course Name Theory App/Lab Local Credits ECTS
ELEC 003 Elective Course III 3 0 3 5
ELEC 004 Elective Course IV 3 0 3 4
IE 323 On kosul Production Planning,Design and Control 3 0 3 6
IE 334 On kosul Quality Assurance and Reliability 3 0 3 7
IE 353 On kosul Optimization III-Stochastic Models 3 0 3 8
Total : 30
3. Year Spring Semester
Code Pre. Course Name Theory App/Lab Local Credits ECTS
ELEC 005 Elective Course V 3 0 3 5
ENG 310 Essential Speaking Skills in English 3 0 3 4
IE 322 Work Systems Analysis and Design 3 0 3 6
IE 324 Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing Systems 3 0 3 8
IE 335 On kosul Simulation 2 2 3 7
Total : 30
4. Year Fall Semester
Code Pre. Course Name Theory App/Lab Local Credits ECTS
ELEC 006 Elective Course VI 3 0 3 6
ELEC 007 Elective Course VII 3 0 3 6
ENG 410 English for Career Development 3 0 3 4
FENG 497 On kosul Senior Project I (Faculty of Engineering) 2 2 3 6
POOL 006 GEC- Social Awareness and Ethics 3 0 3 4
ST 304 Summer Training (4 weeks) 0 0 0 4
Total : 30
4. Year Spring Semester
Code Pre. Course Name Theory App/Lab Local Credits ECTS
ELEC 008 Elective Course VIII 3 0 3 5
ELEC 009 Elective Course IX 3 0 3 5
ELEC 010 Elective Course X 3 0 3 5
ELEC 011 Elective Course XI 3 0 3 5
ELEC 012 Elective Course XII 3 0 3 4
FENG 498 On kosul Senior Project II (Faculty of Engineering) 2 2 3 6
Total : 30
Elective Courses
Code Pre. Course Name Theory App/Lab Local Credits ECTS
CE 304 Operating Systems Security 2 2 3 5
CE 322 Pattern Recognition 3 0 3 5
CE 340 Cryptography and Network Security 3 0 3 5
CE 350 Linux Utilities and Shell Scripting 3 0 3 5
CE 360 Wireless Communications 3 0 3 5
CE 370 Distributed Database Systems 3 0 3 5
CE 380 Computational Geometry 3 0 3 5
CE 390 Analysis of Algorithms 3 0 3 5
CE 401 Algorithms Design 3 0 3 5
CE 403 Computer Architecture and Organization 2 2 3 5
CE 405 Programming for Bioinformatics 3 0 3 5
CE 407 Introduction to Cloud Computing 3 0 3 5
CE 450 Distributed Systems and Parallel Computing 3 0 3 5
CE 470 Introduction to Neural Networks 3 0 3 5
CE 477 Data Science 3 0 3 5
CE 490 Introduction to Digital Image Processing 3 0 3 5
IE 311 On kosul Quantitative Production Planning 3 0 3 6
IE 312 On kosul Manufacturing Dynamics and Control 3 0 3 6
IE 313 Human Factors Engineering 3 0 3 5
IE 314 On kosul Facility Layout and Materials Handling 3 0 3 5
IE 315 On kosul Sequencing and Scheduling 3 0 3 6
IE 325 Modeling and Analysis of Supply Chains 3 0 3 5
IE 326 On kosul Inventory Planning 3 0 3 6
IE 327 On kosul Special Topics in Production Management 3 0 3 6
IE 328 Production and Service Systems Management 3 0 3 5
IE 329 Lean Production 3 0 3 5
IE 333 Manufacturing Automation 3 0 3 5
IE 337 On kosul Industrial Applications of Simulations 2 2 3 6
IE 338 On kosul Stochastic Models in Manufacturing Systems 3 0 3 6
IE 339 On kosul Queueing Systems 3 0 3 6
IE 341 On kosul Introduction to Stochastic Processes 3 0 3 6
IE 342 Decision Theory 3 0 3 5
IE 343 Data Mining 3 0 3 5
IE 344 Cost of Quality 3 0 3 5
IE 345 Innovation in Technology 3 0 3 5
IE 346 Engineering Economics 3 0 3 5
IE 354 On kosul Combinatorial Optimization 3 0 3 6
IE 355 On kosul Art of Mathematical Modelling 2 2 3 6
IE 356 On kosul Mathematical Programming Models in Engineering 2 2 3 6
IE 357 On kosul Special Topics in Optimization 3 0 3 6
IE 358 On kosul Heuristics in Optimization 3 0 3 6
IE 359 On kosul Network Optimization 3 0 3 6
IE 360 On kosul Network Science and Applications 3 0 3 5
IE 361 On kosul Game Theory 3 0 3 6
IE 371 Engineering Systems Analysis 3 0 3 6
IE 372 Project Management 3 0 3 5
IE 373 Software Applications in Industry 2 2 3 5
IE 374 Applied Production Systems 2 2 3 5
IE 375 Financial Engineering 3 0 3 5
IE 376 ERP with SAP 3 0 3 5
IE 444 Ethics in Engineering and Computer Sciences 3 0 3 4
MATH 336 On kosul Engineering Statistics II 3 0 3 5
SE 302 On kosul Principles of Software Engineering 3 0 3 5
SE 307 Concepts of Object-Oriented Programming 2 2 3 7
SE 309 On kosul Concepts of Programming Languages 2 2 3 8
SE 310 Advanced C++: Templates and Generic Programming 3 0 3 5
SE 313 On kosul Computer Graphics 3 0 3 5
SE 320 Introduction to Computer Games 3 0 3 5
SE 330 Advanced Game Development 3 0 3 5
SE 340 Geographic Information Systems 3 0 3 4
SE 350 Game Design 3 0 3 5
SE 360 Advances in Software Development 3 0 3 5
SE 362 Server-Side Scripting Languages 3 0 3 5
SE 370 Programming Web Services 3 0 3 5
SE 380 Mobile Application Development 3 0 3 5
SE 390 Software Engineering for Mobile Devices 3 0 3 5
SE 420 Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems 3 0 3 5
SE 431 3D Modeling in Computer Games 3 0 3 5
SE 432 3D Animation in Computer Games 3 0 3 5
SE 460 Software Measurement 3 0 3 5
SE 470 Software Maintenance 3 0 3 5
Additional Notes

In order to graduate, at least 240 ECTS credit courses must be succesfully completed.

Important Remarks about Elective Courses

In the 2018-2019 academic year, the 1st and 2nd year students of the Industrial Engineering Department are required to take 12 elective courses in order to graduate. At least 8 of these elective courses have to be technical elective and 6 of the technical electives must be IE coded. Technical Elective Courses may be taken from the Faculty of Engineering or MATH coded courses.

In the 2018-2019 academic year, the 3rd and 4th year students of the Industrial Engineering Department are required to take 10 elective courses in order to graduate. At least 6 of these courses have to be technical elective and 4 of the technical electives must be IE coded. Technical Elective Courses may be taken from the Faculty of Engineering or MATH coded courses.

When choosing elective courses as Technical, Free or GEEC, make sure that the course you choose is the same, similar or less comprehensive in content with any course you have already taken or have not taken as a compulsory course in your curriculum. In this case, the courses taken will not be considered as elective, free, technical or GEECelectives and will not fulfill any qualifications in the curriculum. Do not select courses in this case. Example, a student taking MATH153 or has MATH153 in their curriculum, cannot take MATH101 from the Mathematics department and won’t count as an elective even if he / she has taken it.

Important Remarks about GEC Courses
 
As of 2018-2019 academic year, the 1st and 2nd year Industrial Engineering Department students are required to take 10 General Education Courses in order to graduate.
General Training Courses;
               - 3 from "Mathematics and Computer Science" courses (SE113, MATH153, MATH154)
               - 2 from "Nature and Life Sciences" courses (CHEM100 and PHYS100)
               - 1 from "Social Sciences-A: Economic Sciences" courses
               - 1 from "Social Sciences-B: Human and Society" courses
               - 1 from "Social Consciousness and Ethical Values" courses
               - 2 from "Innovation and Entrepreneurship" (FENG497 and FENG498) courses must be taken.
As of 2018-2019 academic year, the 3rd and 4th year Industrial Engineering students are required to take 10 GED (General Education) courses to graduate.
GED courses;
               - 3 from "Mathematics and Computer Science" courses (SE113, MATH153, MATH154)
               - 2 from "Nature and Life Sciences" courses (CHEM100 and PHYS100)
               - 2 from "Social Sciences-A: Economic Sciences" courses
               - 1 from "Social Sciences-B: Human and Society" courses
               - 1 from "Social Consciousness and Ethical Values" courses
               - 1 from "Innovation and Entrepreneurship" (FENG497 and FENG498) courses must be taken.

If you need support for these courses due to your disability, please refer to Disability Support Unit. Contact; engelsiz@ieu.edu.tr

Curriculum (Before 2013)